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Fact Sheet: GSM/3G/WCDMA-HSPA, HSPA+ and LTE

May 15, 2011


FAST FACTS
NETWORKS
WCDMA networks - including HSPA, HSPA+ (GSA reports up to April 26, 2011)
400 3G/WCDMA networks are commercially launched in 161 countries
99.5% of WCDMA operators have implemented HSPA
398 HSPA operators commercially launched in 160 countries
272 commercial HSPA networks, i.e 68.3%, support 7.2 Mbps (peak DL) or higher
155 HSUPA networks launched in 73 countries, plus another 9 network commitments/deployments
78 HSUPA networks support up to 5.8 Mbps peak UL using 2ms TTI
173 HSPA+ network commitments in 77 countries
123 HSPA+ networks have entered commercial service in 65 countries
72.5% of HSPA network operator commitments also committed to EDGE
32 commercial UMTS900 i.e. HSPA networks deployed in 900 MHz spectrum, have launched (some with HSPA+)
LTE networks (GSA report: May 11, 2011)
154 LTE network commitments in 60 countries
20 commercially launched LTE networks in Asia, Europe and North America
54 additional pre-commitment operator trials
At least 81 LTE networks are expected to be in commercial service by end 2012
LTE-Advanced has been accepted as an ITU IMT-Advanced (4G) technology; operator trials have begun
EDGE networks (GSA report: April 8, 2011)
561 GSM/EDGE network commitments in 198 countries
545 networks launched in 196 countries
DEVICES
GSA report - HSPA Devices: April 21, 2011
3,071 HSPA devices launched by 262 suppliers
2,362 devices support 3.6 Mbps peak or higher (excl. notebooks, e-book readers)
1,570 devices support 7.2 Mbps peak or higher (excl. notebooks, e-book readers)
1,069 HSUPA devices launched (excl. notebooks, e-book readers)
2,318 HSPA devices (90%) operate in 2100 MHz band (excl. notebooks, e-book readers)
1,202 HSPA devices operate in 850 MHz band (excl. notebooks, e-book readers)
882 tri-band HSPA devices 850/1900/2100 MHz (excl. notebooks, e-book readers) for global roaming
618 HSPA devices operate in 900 MHz band (UMTS900), excl. notebooks, e-book readers
1,001 HSPA devices incorporate 802.11 WiFi (excl. notebooks, e-book readers)
877 HSPA devices incorporate GPS/positioning functionality
144 HSPA+ devices launched in the market
85% of HSPA devices also support GSM/EDGE
GSA report - Status of the LTE Ecosystem: March 16, 2011
98 LTE User devices launched, including several dual mode HSPA-LTE devices
MOBILE SUBSCRIPTIONS December 2010
(Subscriptions data provided by Informa Telecoms & Media)
GSM/WCDMA has 89.74% worldwide mobile subscriptions market share
Over 4.78 billion GSM, WCDMA-HSPA subscriptions
The BRIC countries - Brazil, Russia, India, and China together account for over 1.77 billion GSM subscriptions
638 million WCDMA subs globally including 366 million HSPA subs

Fact Sheet: GSM/3G/WCDMA-HSPA, HSPA+ and LTE

May 15, 2011


Mobile broadband resources maps and charts
In addition to the already-mentioned many GSA surveys and reports on network commitments, deployments and
launches (separate reports for WCDMA, HSPA, HSPA+, UMTS900 and LTE are available) and the HSPA Devices
survey, several charts, maps (examples shown here) are available to download at www.gsacom.com/news/statistics.php4

Charts and maps may be used subject to accrediting Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) as the source.

GSA reports, surveys, information papers


For latest reports, surveys, information papers, press releases etc. see the links on the home page www.gsacom.com
RSS newsfeed: www.gsacom.com/rss/gsanews.php4
All materials on the public site may be accessed and downloaded by logged-in registered site users. Some resources are
available for GSA member companies only. The GSA website today has approaching 40,000 registered site users. If you
are not registered it only takes a minute to do so at www.gsacom.com/php/register_form.php4
GSA member organizations: Aeroflex AnyDATA Inc Avvasi Bytemobile Ericsson inCode mimoOn MindTree Ltd
Nokia Nokia Siemens Networks Qualcomm Renesas Mobile Sony Ericsson SpiderCloud Wireless ST-NXP
Wireless Talking Eye Telcordia Technologies Velocent Systems