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Palo Alto, CA, United States, 2006/06/23 - New analysis from Frost & Sullivan World Wi-Fi and WiMAX Chipsets Markets, reveals that the revenue in this WiMAX chipsets industry totaled $18 million in 2005 and projects to reach $257.3 million in 2008..
The introduction of mobility into the WiMAX roadmap, as well as the expensive roll-out of 3G services in many areas of the world, has created concerns about WiMAX being a direct competitor to 3G. This concern is more prominently witnessed in the Asian region. The combination of 2.5G such as EDGE with WiMAX could be seen as a far less expensive business model compared to the 3G-deployment model.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan World Wi-Fi and WiMAX Chipsets Markets, reveals that the revenue in this WiMAX chipsets industry totaled $18 million in 2005 and projects to reach $257.3 million in 2008.
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An application of the WiMax technology, which is developed by the computer industry, has a tremendous potential to influence the mobile telecommunication industry, which is actively indulged in developing their third and next generation networks. VoIP (voice over internet protocol) is slowly creeping into the telecommunication market, aided by its cost benefits.
ďDespite some of the underlying theoretical cost benefits of WiMAX, 3G should not be written off,Ē says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Vinoth Praveen. ď3G has a considerable head start. It is well and truly present in most developed markets such as Europe and covers the majority of the population. In contrast, the development and deployment of WiMAX is still a long way. There is yet a degree of standardization to achieve in WiMAX, especially on the mobility front.Ē
However, the introduction of products based on WiBro and the demonstration of their performance will serve to boost the "mobile WiMAX" industry.
World Wi-Fi and WiMAX Chipsets Markets examines the world WiFi chipsets market and the world WiMAX chipsets market and its manufacturers. The study also discusses the prevailing market challenges and gives strategic recommendations to overcome them. Executive summaries and analyst interviews are available to the press.
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