|Unlicensed Mobile Access Opening up Residential Telephone Market to Mobile Carriers|
55 million Dual Mode Subscribers Forecasted by 2010
DALLAS, Texas, June 28, 2005 Deployment of Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) technology will enable mobile phone carriers to accelerate residential telephone fixed-to-wireless substitution while increasing ARPU and decreasing churn. This convergence of Wi-Fi and cellular networks will generate an estimated $1.6 billion in new revenues for these carriers by 2010 in the U.S. alone. These are some of the key findings from a new research report: UMA and Beyond: Mobile Operators Benefit from Wi-Fi and Cellular Convergence, now available from Alexander Resources, a leading research, consulting and education firm specializing in wireless communications.
The new report assesses the technology and market potential of UMA and other Wi-Fi and cellular convergence solutions in the residential, enterprise, and hotspot market. It includes an extensive forecast of worldwide demand and revenues for converged Wi-Fi and cellular services, and an in-depth analysis of the effect that Wi-Fi and cellular convergence will have on traffic over fixed and cellular lines.
Other key findings from the report:
Additional information on this new report can be found at: http://www.alexanderresources.com/reports.htm or by contacting Alexander Resources at Reports@AlexanderResources.com or calling us at 972-818-8225.
About Alexander Resources
Alexander Resources is a leading provider of strategic consulting, educational services, and research reports to the wireless communications industry. Founded in 1990, the companys clients include over 200 of the world's leading manufacturers and service providers of wireless communications networks, products, and services.
SOURCE: Alexander Resources
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