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Mobile Operators to Begin Migration to All-IP Mobile Networks For Multimedia Services...

Mobile Operators to Begin Migration to All-IP Mobile Networks For Multimedia Services by 2010, Says ABI Research

LONDON--(Business Wire)--Network operators are planning to roll out all-IP networks beginning in the next two years, according to a new Research Brief from ABI Research. The move to an Internet Protocol-based infrastructure is a natural evolution for the mobile network as broadband services -- including Voice over IP, and other SIP services -- begin to be deployed. The industry aims to rival mobile WiMAX, which has similar aims and timescale.

In early 2008 there will be full 3GPP standards for mobile networks allowing IP-based services to be deployed, a process that ABI Research analysts expect to start in 2010, following trials in 2009.

"As we move to the end of the decade, mobile networks will emerge with a flat all-IP architecture using 3GPP standards to deliver multimedia services and VoIP. Operators want to control operating costs by eliminating the current dual circuit and packet switched networks," says ABI Research analyst Ian Cox. "This will enable service delivery platforms and IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) to be deployed in the network, streamlining operations and allowing new services to be introduced quickly."

For operators, all-IP allows services and transport in the network to be separated and to evolve independently. This will speed up the development of content and services, to the advantage of the whole industry.

"Migrating Mobile Networks to IP" (www.abiresearch.com/products/research_brief/Wireless_Infrastru cture_Research_Briefs/114) examines the opportunity for migrating mobile networks to all-IP. It includes a review of the current standards position and activities of the major vendors. It forms part of ABI Research's Wireless Infrastructure Research Service (www.abiresearch.com/products/service/Wireless_Infrastructure_R esearch_Service) which also includes Research Reports, other Research Briefs, Market Data, Online Databases, ABI Vendor Matrices, ABI Insights, and analyst inquiry support.

ABI Research is a leading market research firm focused on the impact of emerging technologies on global consumer and business markets. Utilizing a unique blend of market intelligence, primary research, and expert assessment from its worldwide team of industry analysts, ABI Research assists hundreds of clients each year with their strategic growth initiatives. For information, visit www.abiresearch.com, or call +1.516.624.2500.

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Copyright Business Wire 2008

ABI Research, Nicole Fabris

Reuters 2008 Source: www.reuters.com

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