WTRS Announces Application of 'Wireless Triple Play' Technologies in Telecom Market

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A new WTRS Report studies Telecom Applications, “Wireless Triple Play,” future for Qualcomm, CSR, and other dominant players in this space. Projections on relative market adoption, adoption drivers, and the emergence of integrated wireless solutions that had seemed competitive technologies, are defined and analyzed.

A new Report by WTRS, The WTRS Telecom Application Report, examines the market potential, intellectual property issues, state of the involved standards bodies, effectiveness of existing technologies and components, total addressable market of the applications, and relative attractiveness of emerging wireless technologies, and availability of the involved RF and baseband components.

A key issue for the development of advanced wireless networks in Telecom products is the effectiveness of Qualcomm to evolve and hold onto its existing market position. The apparent consumer demand for the “Wireless Triple Play” is fostering new carrier technology development, from advanced evolutions of CDMA to WiMAX to one-way broadcast networks designed to complement the existing cellular service.

“Qualcomm has been enormously effective in dominating the Telecom market but now appears to be outflanked by proponents of competing technologies,” says Dr Kirsten West, Principal Analyst of WTRS. “The advances of mobile WiMAX in the Telecom market by nearly all the significant emerging wireless players threaten to topple Qualcomm from its position of market dominance.”

The Telecom Application Report from WTRS uncovers:

(1) The relative market adoption of GSM, CDMA2000, CDMA2000 1X EVDO, wCDMA, and mobile WiMAX.

(2) Analysis of adoption drivers for emerging wireless technologies in the Telecom market.

(3) An analysis of the impact of CSR on the Telecom market.

(4) The dynamics of the existing Telecom technologies and the future of

Qualcomm, based on its current strategies and the general state of the

market.

(5) The integration of emerging wireless technologies, such as WiMAX, and the new services that it enables.

(6) The top geographic areas to integrate mobile and fixed WiMAX.

(7) Component manufacturer activities in emerging wireless technologies for Telecom applications.

“Wireless Triple Play” is defined as systems which utilize wireless

technologies as the underlying platform to deploy networks for simultaneous data, voice, and multimedia content delivery. Examples of technologies and protocols included in the “Wireless Triple Play” are WiMAX, 802.16a, 802.16d-2004, 802.16e, WiBro, BiG, BPL (broadband over powerline), DSL, Cable, Fiber (including PON), Satellite, and others.

Using only publicly available information, meticulously gathered from public patent sources, company information, and other research this report is truly an invaluable resource for any company participating in the Telecom sector, or planning a potential entry into this market.

MORE INFORMATION ON THIS RESEARCH

Title: Telecom Application Report

Product Number: WT100306WTAR

Publication Date: October 3, 2006, number of pages 44

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West Technology Research Solutions, LLC (WTRS) is an independent market research and consulting company with 8 years in wireless research specializing in Insteon, ZigBee, UWB, Bluetooth, WiMAX, IEEE 802.15.4, Wi-Fi, and other emerging wireless technologies and protocols. WTRS helps companies track the market potential & viability of wireless emerging technologies. WTRS reports are not funded by, or in any other way influenced by, companies which we study. WTRS market research and consulting services provide customers with the information they need to assess market opportunities, evaluate investments, monitor competition, form relationships, and make crucial business decisions in following cutting-edge technologies. WTRS customers range from start-ups, some still in development, to the largest and most prominent players in technology. All have an interest in market intelligence that aides them in making crucial business decisions.

For more information:

George West, WTRS Senior Analyst

650 940-1196

Website: http://www.wtrs.net

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