|By PR Newswire||
|October 15, 2012 07:14 PM EDT||
FARMINGTON, Conn., Oct. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- New market research shows that 25% of homes have wireless networks. While an impressive statistic, this also means that 75% of the world's households do not have wireless networking in place. Despite relative market maturity, huge opportunities still exist in networking, not only for wireless but also for the wired segment. According to new market research from publisher Multimedia Research Group, worldwide wired home networking node shipments will grow by nearly 272.5% from 2011 to 2016, representing a 30.1% CAGR over the period. Meanwhile, the Wi-Fi chipset market will continue to expand steadily as new connection paradigms, downward pressure on chipset prices, and steady growth in Wi-Fi networks support the market.
Global Information Inc is pleased to announce the availability of two significant new market research reports covering the global markets for WiFi and networking. These reports provides the research needed to make informed decisions and near- and long-term plans in the video and media markets by identifying and mitigating risks and strategically assessing new market opportunities with accurate growth forecasts.
Wi-Fi Chipsets: Feel That Cool 802.11ac
The Wi-Fi chipset market continues to expand steadily as more and more products begin to incorporate Wi-Fi. Expansion into new connection paradigms, the continuing lowering of chipset prices, and the continued proliferation of Wi-Fi networks both inside and outside the home, mark Wi-Fi as the eight hundred pound gorilla in the wireless industry.
This report provides an in-depth look at the worldwide Wi-Fi market, covering monolithic, combo, and embedded chips across 32 different product categories. The report examines the size and breakdown of each market in 2011, and forecasts unit shipments, revenue, and attach rates through 2016. In addition it provides analysis on market trends, highlights industry news, and furnishes insight into old and new Wi-Fi standards.
An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/mr249286-wi-fi-chipsets-feel-that-cool-80211ac.html
Hybrid Home Networks: Wired Plus Wireless
Worldwide wired home networking node shipments will grow by nearly 272.5% from 2011 to 2016, representing a 30.1% CAGR over the period. Several main factors will drive explosive growth for the market, but service provider deployments and embedded home networking technologies in a plethora of consumer devices will be the main keys to market growth. In addition, a number of technology innovations will make it easier for consumers to take advantage of the benefits offered by a hybrid home network, containing both wired and wireless solutions.
Whereas MoCA will be the leading wired home networking technology in North America over the forecast period, Western and Eastern Europe, and the Asia Pacific region will be led by deployments of HomePlug. However, the rapid growth of G.hn in the Asia Pacific market, after its trials and commercial launch in 2012, promises to propel G.hn to become a major competitor to HomePlug and other technologies over an extended forecast period beyond 2016.
An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/mr249004-hybrid-home-networks-wired-plus-wireless.html
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