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This report assesses the market for WiMAX based equipment and
services in the sub 11 GHz bands. It addresses use of the
technology for fixed and potential mobile applications. It
determines the current status of the WiMAX market and investigates
requirements for a mass-market success. Competitors to WiMAX in
both the fixed and mobile (4G) realms are assessed. Key vendors
are discussed as well as global developments by region. 802.16
chipset, base station and CPE revenues and volumes are quantified,
and the report provides a detailed analysis of the BWA segment
that is the primary application for WiMAX.
- What role will 802.16 play
within the mobile field?
- Will competing technologies
limit the impact of WiMAX?
- When will WiMAX become a
- What will trigger mass market
acceptance of WiMAX?
- Why has BWA failed in the
- What is the true target market
- Which regions will see the
greatest WiMAX activity?
- Are current WiMAX expectations
- Which features are critical to
the success of WiMAX?
- 802.16/WiMAX base station
deployments and shipments
- 802.16/WiMAX CPE shipments
- 802.16/WiMAX users and
- 802.16/WiMAX users by region
- 802.16/WiMAX device shipment
by frequency of operation
- 802.16/WiMAX chipset shipments
- BWA subscribers and services
- BWA base station deployments
- BWA CPE shipments
- BWA users by region
- BWA users by operating
- BWA CPE shipments by frequency
- BWA CPE shipments by region
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and consulting firm that focuses on emerging markets. The company
was founded by veteran analysts with over twenty years of combined
experience in the analysis and study of the emerging technology
markets, with a focus on wireless narrowband and broadband markets
as well as wireless components. Visant Strategies research intends
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Visant Strategies, Inc. first published this report, WiMAX:
Fixed and Mobile Opportunities, in September of 2005.