GSA: 42 manufacturers have announced 137 LTE-enabled devices

The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) said 42 manufacturers have announced 137 LTE-enabled user devices, which translates into a 40 percent growth in the number of LTE products introduced in the past three months. The association also indicated there are 208 operators in 80 countries currently investing in LTE. Some 154 operators are solidly committed to deploying commercial LTE systems in 60 countries, while another 54 are in "pre-commitment" trials or pilots in an additional 20 countries. A total of 20 operators have commercially launched LTE networks in 14 countries and territories. Article

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