Wireless VoIP - What Threat to Mobile Operators?
Report Content Overview
Wireless VoIP: What Threat to Mobile Operators? report
provides a comprehensive analysis of wVoIP technological challenges, networks,
handsets, software solutions, wVoIP commercial deployments, trials and growth
scenarios for 2005-2010.
and Technological issues
- The spread
of voice over Wi-Fi in the business world, households and hotspots.
- The growing
availability of a vast array of compatible handsets (WI-FI, dual mode, &
deployment of UMTS TDD networks and all-IP FDD networks driven by IMS.
and iBurst technologies experiments and tests.
for mobile carriers, both those with and without a 3G license: 3G rate plan
strategies, regulatory strategies, controlling the handsets, and the
complementary aspects of cellular-Wi-Fi and WiMAX networks
for wireline carriers: MVNO agreements, mobile operator takeovers, creation of
BWA networks, combined fixed broadband-Wi-Fi, convergent network deployment
- New entrant
strategies: software publishers, MVNOs, value-added service providers.
- Changes in
data rate plans (flat rates, unlimited offers)
- Impact on
traffic: acceleration of fixed-mobile substitution; possibility of recuperating
a portion of mobile traffic on the fixed network; global increase of voice
challenges that lie ahead for voice and data MVNOs. Impact of regulation.
- The combined
impact of these various factors on the European and American
also includes in-depth case studies on such key players as:
- Bell Canada
Wireless / Boingo
- NTT DoCoMo
- US Wireless
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