GSA GSM/3G and LTE Market Update (March 2011) confirms HSPA+ is mainstream, LTE developments including in 1800 MHz

March 3, 2011: The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) presents the latest GSM/3G and LTE Market Update. Key findings from our latest reports are highlighted, including operator commitments, deployments, launches and trials of mobile broadband WCDMA-HSPA, HSPA+ and LTE networks and supporting ecosystems.

LTE1800: Momentum is growing in many regions for deploying LTE systems in re-farmed 1800 MHz spectrum. The latest information on LTE take up is provided together with information on LTE1800 trials, commitments, launches and more. You are also invited to join the discussions in the LTE1800 LinkedIN group

All the presentations from the LTE1800 seminar at MWC ’11 are also now available via the link on

HD Voice: For those of you who are following progress of the mobile HD Voice market we have provided information about network commitments, launches, trials and plans. We have also produced a world map showing where HD voice is now commercially launched, and a new slide showing which devices are HD-voice compatible. The map and device slide are also available to download from the home page (PDFs) and from the charts and stats resource page

The GSM/3G and LTE Market Update (March 2011) is available as a free download via the link on the home page

Many of the slides and graphics, maps etc. used in this GSM/3G and LTE Market Update are downloadable as JPEG files at

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