LTE in Unlicensed Spectrum – GSA announces thirty-two operators investing in LAA across 21 countries. Six of these have announced LAA network launches in five countries. Twenty-six operators are trialling or deploying the technology in 17 countries.
Eleven operators have announced investments in LTE-U networks. Three LTE-U networks deployed/launched in three countries; eight others are investing in the technology in the form of trials, or pilots in seven countries.
One LWA network launched in Taiwan, with two other operators investing in the technology through trials in South Korea and Taiwan.
One eLAA trial in South Korea.
Eleven companies investing in CBRS trials in the USA, one announcement of the commercial launch of a private LTE network using CBRS.
Twenty commercially available modem-containing chipsets supporting unlicensed access.
One hundred and twenty devices supporting LTE in unlicensed spectrum technology, or CBRS (including regional variants of devices), from 29 vendors.
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