Verizon dominates LTE today, but which operators will lead in 2016?

The wireless industry is returning to its roots: The world is coalescing around LTE technology, creating a shared, global standard for the first time since the days of analogue. And the global move toward LTE comes as little surprise, since the technology promises more efficient and faster networks, lower equipment costs through economies of scale, and broad support from suppliers and carriers. Already, as of February, there were 52 fully commercial LTE networks in operation and more than 300 LTE-enabled devices available in the market, according to consulting firm Signals and Systems Telecom. Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) dominates the LTE landscape today in terms of its network coverage, subscribers and devices. But where are things heading in the future? Special report

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