MVNO / MVNE
Branded Resellers/Skinny MVNOs needing to cost-effectively migrate to a Thick MVNO. Drivers behind this upgrade are service differentiation and increase margins.
Iot & M2M
MNOs experiencing major growth in IoT/M2M traffic. This low margin traffic chews up the capacity of expensive packet core. Offload this traffic to a separate core optimized for IoT/M2M.
New wireless license holders, regional or small MNOs, and MNO groups with geographically dispersed operations who need to launch or who need to upgrade end of life equipment. A more cost effective solution is a flexibly managed 3G/4G/5G core, IMS/VoLTE/VoWiFi, HLR/HSS, etc.
Local dedicated Private LTE networks (driven by such factors as narrowband LMR migrating to LTE for greater bandwidth, industrial IoT, issuance of unlicensed LTE spectrum) are expected to grow at a CAGR of 32% through 2020.
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Private LTE is developed for wider area mobility environments but scaled down for small to medium enterprises and private organizations. It provides advantages over WiFi particularly related to enhanced mobility and improved performance and security.
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