- Language: English
- 13 Pages
- Published: March 2014
- Region: Brazil
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Fixed Wireless Networks Worldwide
- ID: 553326
- May 2015
- Region: Global
- Telecom Publishing House
The speed of growth and pace of developments in fixed wireless network (FWN) and wireless local loop (WLL) technology is both enabling and driving a demand for broadband services the world over, particularly in developing countries, and in rural areas within the “developed” countries. At the same time, new entrants in established fixed markets are deploying FWN technology in both licensed and unlicensed frequency bands in order to expedite and facilitate rapid market entry. Incumbent wireline operators are having to look over their shoulders! OR join the revolution.
With FWN/WLL licences issued in nearly 140 countries around the world, and more being licensed every week, wireless broadband is set to become a major international business, which means that equipment vendors, regulators, licensees and their partners/investors need to examine the wider impact of market development.
To meet the need for this information, Telecom Publishing House has launched Fixed
Wireless Networks Worldwide (FWNW), a unique intelligence resource providing key information on over 730 operating licences issued/pending/networks in operation worldwide. The documents in this database have been split into three primary sections, each comprising multiple views:
Database views: Companies
-Companies by Name
Sorts companies by name.
-Companies by Owner
Categorises companies by their immediate owners.
-Companies by Subsidiary
Categorises companies by their immediate subsidiaries.
-Companies by Region
Groups regulators by geographical region.
Database views: Networks
Groups networks into their respective countries.
Categorises networks into licence types.
Categorises networks by their immediate operator.
-By Start-up Date
Shows networks sorted by descending start-up date order.
Categorises networks by their immediate supplier.
-Hierarchical Operator Tree
Shows a full hierarchical company structure of operators.
-Hierarchical Supplier Tree
Shows a full hierarchical company structure of suppliers.
Database views: Regulators
-Regulators by Country
Groups regulators into their respective countries.
-Regulators by Name
Groups regulators into alphabetical name order.
-Regulators by Region
Groups regulators by geographical region. SHOW LESS READ MORE >