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Wimax Operator Strategies in Europe Product Image

Wimax Operator Strategies in Europe

  • ID: 998741
  • April 2009
  • Region: Europe
  • 15 pages
  • Ovum

WiMAX is often perceived as irrelevant to the European market. However, as the following case studies prove, there are a number of scenarios in which operators, both established and new, have deployed the technology.

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Executive summary
In a nutshell
Ovum view
Key messages
Market overview
Lack of scale hinders WiMAX’s chances
New entrants and alternative providers: Several scenarios
Urban DSL competitor: The riskiest approach
Deutsche Breitband Dienste (DBD) GmbH, Germany
Worldmax, Netherlands
Unserved DSL areas: The sweet spot, but a niche market
Altitude Telecom, France
Nationwide deployment: Few cases in Europe
Nexcom, Bulgaria
Incumbents: Complementary to DSL
Telenor, Norway
Lattelecom, Latvia
Mobile operators: Complementary to HSPA
M-Tel, Bulgaria: WiMAX for business users
Vodafone Malta: WiMAX for residential and SOHO services

List of Tables
Table 1: MAXXonair offers and pricing from DBD
Table 2: Altitude Telecom’s WiMAX service package for residential users

List of Figures
Figure 1: Selected commercial WiMAX (16d and 16e) deployments in Europe
Figure 2: HSPA, LTE and mobile WiMAX connections in Western and Eastern Europe, 2008-2013
Figure 3: Availability of Nexcom’s WiMAX service in Bulgaria
Figure 4: Vodafone Malta’s WiMAX-based Home Internet packages

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