LTE will enable operators to sell content-based services
- Middle East: Tuesday, September 18 - 2012 at 12:55
Juan Jose de la Torre, vice president of strategy and corporate development of Dubai-based Intigral has said the introduction of 4G LTE will help operators strengthen their presence in the content value and distribution chain, Telecoms.com has reported. The deployment of LTE networks will enable operators to sell content-based services and data-intensive applications, such as interactive TVs, video blogging and advanced gaming, he said. The mobile content and services market in the Middle East is currently sized at $8.6bn, said de la Torre. This is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 23% by 2016. Within this, operator revenue accounts for $7.8bn (in 2011) and is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 18.5% by 2016, he said.
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