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LTE-Aキャリアのアグリゲーション:オペレータ向け展開の利点と課題

LTE-A carrier aggregation: benefits and challenges of deployment for operators

 

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LTE-A carrier aggregation roll-outs are gathering pace as the technology continues to evolve. This report examines the benefits of LTE-A carrier aggregation, the strategies operators have used when rolling it out and some of the best ways to monetise a deployment.

 

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About this report

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive summary

LTE-A carrier aggregation is continuing to be enhanced, leaving operators with decisions about how to use the technology

LTE-A carrier aggregation can aid revenue growth, but operators must carefully consider their marketing and pricing strategies

Recommendations

PERFORMANCE BENEFITS

LTE-A carrier aggregation significantly boosts maximum theoretical aggregate speeds and a variety of frequency combinations is possible

LTE-A carrier aggregation can deliver significant capacity benefits, but these depend on several factors

HARDWARE SUPPORT

LTE-A carrier aggregation coverage will initially lag behind LTE coverage

Vendors have announced chipsets that support tri-band LTE-A carrier aggregation

Category 4 LTE-A devices are prevalent, but the number of devices to support 300Mbps is limited

CASE STUDIES
Moves to increase data allowances after launching LTE-A carrier aggregation have been limited outside South Korea

Vodafone has launched LTE-A carrier aggregation in several countries

LTE-A roll-outs in South Korea have not enabled competitive differentiation, but operators have launched unlimited data plans

The launch of LTE-A in South Korea has contributed to growth in mobile data traffic, service revenue and ARPU

LTE-A subscribers in South Korea are taking bundles with high volumes of dataOperators in South Korea will continue to upgrade their LTE-A carrier aggregation deployments

Dissatisfaction with data speeds is not the most important driver for customers wanting to change mobile provider

Higher data speeds would encourage subscribers to increase their mobile data usage

Increasing data allowances after LTE-A carrier aggregation can deliver benefits for operators

ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND ANALYSYS MASON

List of figures

Figure 1: LTE-A carrier aggregation milestones, February 2015

Figure 2: LTE-A carrier aggregation enhancements

Figure 3: MNO revenue since the introduction of LTE-A carrier aggregation, South Korea

Figure 4: LTE-A carrier aggregation network speed by selected operator

Figure 5: LTE and LTE-A carrier aggregation coverage by selected operator, February 2015

Figure 6: Timeline for LTE-A chipset and device availability, January 2013?December 2014

Figure 7: Number of category 6 LTE-A devices by selected operator

Figure 8: Selected Vodafone LTE-A carrier aggregation deployments

Figure 9: LTE?A carrier aggregation frequencies by operator, South Korea

Figure 10: LTE data traffic, South Korea, November 2013?November 2014

Figure 11: Service ARPU by operator, South Korea, 3Q 2012?3Q 2014

Figure 12: Reasons given by respondents for planning to change their mobile provider

Figure 13: Reasons given by respondents for encouraging them to make use of their mobile Internet service more

Figure 14: Reasons given by respondents for attracting them to their next mobile tariff/contract

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