wireless service provider


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wireless service provider

An organization that provides wireless services to its customers, including cellular services, satellite services and ISPs. See WISP.
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The key market dynamics over the forecast period include: the slowing of total subscriber growth; increasing levels of competition from MVNOs, followed by further service provider consolidation; market model evolution among established national wireless service providers from a utilities-type market model to a retail market model; continued voice ARPU erosion; strong data revenue growth offsetting emerging data pricing erosion; the increasingly critical role of content and entertainment in driving data service revenue; strong business market growth; new and emerging user segments; new uses of wireless contributing to continued subscriber and total revenue growth over the forecast period; and total average ARPU remaining relatively stable across the forecast period.
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The software brings new functionality, performance, and manageability to wireless software deployments for wireless service providers and enterprise users, and is available immediately.
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The companies will jointly market and sell integrated software solutions and related services to wireless service providers worldwide.
The benefits of digital DAS include higher network reliability and consistent performance that translate into greater customer satisfaction, lower churn and increased revenue for wireless service providers," said Tony LeFebvre, director of product management for Wireless for ADC.
Together, these products enable wireless service providers to build and easily expand high-capacity Wi-Fi networks with centralized management of subscribers and devices.

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