Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "WiMAX Chipsets: "e" Is the New Black",, report to their offering.

The WiMAX chipset market continues to gain steady momentum. Mobile WiMAX has all but displaced fixed WiMAX in new deployment. Actual WiMAX networks, planned networks, and networks in development increase monthly. New devices drive the market as USB dongles and mobile PCs with embedded are available today, with WiMAX-enabled cellular handsets just around the corner.

WiMAX chipset technology has already moved beyond multiple chips, each with one specific function, i.e., a baseband processor chip and a separate RFIC, to a market where integrated single-chip solutions and modules are the vendor and manufacturer preference. A small group of semiconductor manufacturers have emerged as the WiMAX chipset leaders, changing the market landscape with innovative single-chip solutions.

WiMAX Chipsets: "e" Is the New Black looks at the WiMAX chipset market and provides:

• An overview of the state of the WiMAX market including deployments, regional updates, frequencies and spectrums, and emerging WiMAX applications

•WiMAX standards and technology update

• WiMAX chipset landscape

• WiMAX chipset architecture

• Key WiMAX IC vendor landscape

• WiMAX chipset unit shipments, revenue, and ASPs

This research is part of the Wireless Broadband Evolution service, which provides end-to-end coverage of the technologies and strategies for the development and deployment of future wireless technologies, such as HSPA, LTE, WiMAX and Enhanced Wireless DSL. The coverage includes the infrastructure, devices, services, and subscribers for wireless broadband.