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CDMA Networking: Full Speed Ahead
CDMA has undergone extraordinary evolution since networks were first deployed in 1996. Unstrung Insider first tackled this market in December 2002, in a report titled "The 'X' Factor: Competitive Positioning in the CDMA Infrastructure Market." This report revisits some of the conclusions of that study, then goes on to analyze how, where, and why leading CDMA carriers – including SK Telecom, KT Freetel, Verizon, KDDI, and Monet Mobile Networks – have achieved such outstanding success with advanced data services.
CDMA Networking: Full Speed Ahead analyzes the status of vendors and carriers in the CDMA networking market. Use the links below to view the table of contents and sample data extracted from the report:
Table of contents (1003toc.pdf)
SK Telecom's investment in a high-speed 3G networks generates higher data revenues, according to this chart. (1003sktele.pdf)
The report estimates vendor's share of the CDMA infrastructure market in this chart (names removed). (1003mkt.pdf)
Ericsson is an emerging force in the CDMA equipment. The vendor’s recent contract wins are summarized in this table. (1003eric.pdf)
CDMA carriers analyzed in this report:
KDDI Corp. (Tokyo: 9433); SK Telecom (NYSE: SKM); Sprint PCS (NYSE: PCS); Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ)
CDMA equipment vendors analyzed in this report:
Ericsson AB (Nasdaq: ERICY); Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU); Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT); Nortel Networks Corp. (NYSE: NT); Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM); Samsung Electronics Co. (Korea: SEC)
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