Altair is helping the world’s largest carriers realize the potential of affordable 4G LTE. Find out more about how a 100% LTE solution can move your business forward.
Wireless operators are aggressively expanding their LTE coverage in an effort to provide the fastest, most reliable broadband services to their customers. The Internet of Everything will depend in part on such service value and ubiquity.
But service value and coverage alone will not ensure success for operators or for LTE as a broadband platform. A prerequisite for enabling the proliferation of the service is the availability of affordable 4G powered devices.
In short, is there a way for operators to offer devices that are exponentially faster and more capable, but not exponentially higher in price?
It would seem not, as today, solutions that combine both 3G and LTE are nearly doubling the customer price point for devices.
Altair believes it has found way to stimulate real disruption in the market and accelerate the inevitable transition from 3G to 4G LTE.
Altair’s 100% LTE approach breaks the market wide open, enabling wireless operators to deliver services and devices that are not only much faster and more capable than 3G offered, but come with an attractive business model built on the foundation of a price point that works for the customer.
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