Will carriers cash in on LTE's expansion to vertical markets?

With AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) set to deploy LTE this summer and Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) expanding its LTE network to more than 175 markets by year-end, LTE deployments are a big focus in the U.S.  LTE is also working its way into vertical markets, such as public safety, healthcare and energy. Maravedis analyst Ann Howe looks at which industry will benefit the most from LTE.  Plus she contemplates whether or not the big U.S. and international operators will  pursue vertical markets to generate new integration revenue or maintain their traditional connectivity model.  Commentary

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