In the competition between WiMax and LTE, the later is the favorite among the leading carrier companies. With a number of WiMax users surrendering to LTE the future of 4G experience lies in the hands of this major migration path.
Customer satisfaction and earning a loyal customer base is on a high priority with the carrier firms these days. With a constant evolution in the Smartphone technology the people are more tech savvy than ever in terms of upgrading their devices with every new release or launch from the Smartphone leaders. Long term evolution abbreviated as LTE is the preferred network topology for an increasing customer data demands at lower prices.

4G wireless communication systems can be deployed with either as WiMax (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) or LTE. After a brief research of these two candidate systems leading Carrier firms like Verizon concluded that the later offers a very wider business opportunity and greater speeds in terms of mobile broadband services.

The Carrier firms are under the fiery of the customers’ requirements of delivering higher end-user data rates. For this very reason, LTE is the best known technology that caters to the requirements of the customers with easier access to the network protecting the integrity and privacy of the network data. Here is a list of advantages of deploying LTE networks by the carriers:

1. Privacy and security offered by this technology is unbeatable when compared to any other 3G standards. The accesses to the services by the consumers are seamless over the air as this network in inherently mobile.

2. With the wireless standards using transmitted signals it is very important for the wireless networks to maintain a high bandwidth and network latency. LTE abides by these two parameters that determine the high quality services that a network offers to deliver.

3. With all the enterprises going mobile, the entrepreneurs desire for a higher mobile computing performance and LTE is provides the same with no extra deployment with just minor changes in the existing infrastructure.

3GPP LTE is marketed as 4G LTE is the next successor of the traditional 3G UMTS networks. This technology will encourage faster information access and download facilities to the customers worldwide. The CDMA abbreviation for Collision Division Multiple Access networks will soon be a bygone technology with the leading Carrier Verizon backing the 4G LTE as the mainstream networks to connect the wireless world with speed and efficiency.

Mobile broadband in the coming years is predicted to go synonymous to the LTE networks. With the world taking an active participation in the evolution of Smartphone technology and mobile web browsing, it is quite evident that the networks will be expected to work tirelessly. LTE deployments by the leading and upcoming carrier companies will be able to tackle the future traffic and customer demands with no severe investments to upgrade their existing infrastructures.

A commercial mobile broadband network that is based on the LTE will be a treat to the customers and this strategy may even have a positive effect on the pressure that the carriers are facing due to subsidizing of Smartphones by the carrier competitors themselves that is leading to dilution of loyal customer base. The carriers can provide lesser expensive data plans for their customers with the LTE deployments.

Author's Bio: 

Endeavour's strategic consulting practice especially on mobile application development brings best mobility practices and has helped large organizations and fortune 500 companies with articulating their enterprise mobility strategies and implementation roadmaps.