DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wswg5w/signals_ahead) has announced the addition of the "Signals Ahead: Chips and Salsa XVIII - LTE and the Public Safety Communications Paradigm Shift" report to their offering.
The Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) organizations, better known as Public Safety or First Responders in the US, represent an untapped market for LTE. Although forecasts vary dramatically, it is a multi-billion dollar market opportunity for infrastructure vendors, chipset suppliers and device manufacturers.
Traditional MNOs (Mobile Network Operators) also stand to benefit or suffer since the low frequency spectrum that is generally used by the PPDR represents spectrum that is also very attractive for delivering commercial services. Depending on the relationship between the PPDR and the MNO, the spectrum and the deployed network could benefit both entities or it could end up only benefiting a single organization.
This report provides an analysis of the Public Safety Communications market opportunity. This report marks the first contribution from Emil Olbrich who comes to SRG from the Public Safety Communications Program where he headed LTE research and development efforts.
- Provides a history lesson of where the Public Safety Communications sector has been
- Discusses where the industry is going on a global basis
- Identifies the Public Safety Communications requirements and how the industry standards' bodies are [or are not] addressing these needs
- We look to the future and discuss how we believe the market will evolve, the vendors that are helping in the effort, and the innumerable challenges that remain
Key Topics Covered:
- Executive Summary
- Those who fail to learn from history.
- What is happening in the rest of the world?
- FirstNet Initial Network Models under Consideration
- Standards Effort
- Release 11
- Release 12
- Release 13
- Challenges Ahead
- Market Growth
- Vendor Participation
- The Future
- Final Thoughts
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