Infonetics: LTE infrastructure market hitting $11B in 2014

The LTE infrastructure train isn't slowing down, according to a new report from Infonetics Research. According to the research firm, the market will reach $11.4 billion in 2014, fueled by macrocell deployments. The market also is expected to get a boost from TD-LTE deployments by China Mobile and China Telecom by 2012. Interestingly though, TeliaSonera, which launched the first commercial LTE network in December, said it does not expect new investments in LTE equipment to have a large impact on its overall equipment spending. Release

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