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In-Building Wireless Market by System Components, Business Models & Building Size - Worldwide Market Forecasts and Analysis (2014 - 2019)

DUBLIN, February 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "In-Building Wireless Market by System Components, Business Models & Building Size - Worldwide Market Forecasts and Analysis (2014 - 2019)" report to their offering. 

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In-building wireless solutions are experiencing a rapid adoption pace as they address the needs of mobile and continuous on-connectivity. These solutions support in managing huge pool of mobile workforce and allow information communication that considerably boosts individual productivity. These solutions are rated to be responsive and scalable to suit the organization's requirements. The solutions are used across applications wherein communication between two or more entities is critical. The solutions assist in creating a more engaging business environment with no dropped calls and high speed data connections. Overall, it supports organizations to deal with multiple factors such as, coverage, capacity, scalability, security, and quality of service.

In-building wireless solutions have empowered organizations to focus on their core business functions by relying upon the pervasive coverage capabilities these solutions deliver. These solutions are becoming relevant as they improve call connection quality and reduce the maintenance overheads and energy costs considerably. With the increasing consumer dependence on mobile communication services, the operators and network infrastructure providers have aligned their resources to improve in-building coverage, network capacity and thus, retain customers.

In-building wireless solutions have emerged along with the macro-cellular environment they reinforce. They support the sophistication of available communication services to suit the changing customer needs and business models. Though design and installation of wireless solutions pose a challenge, the availability of customized solution depending upon the business priorities are gradually building up demand for these solutions. Well-designed systems with appropriate Radio Frequency (RF) conditioning reduce the handset power requirement and overhead costs related to traffic load accommodating high voice and data usage. These solutions deliver improved data performance, enriching user experience. The global adoption scenario of wireless solutions across various industries including old and new buildings for enabling mobility and improved individual performance is an indication of its optimistic growth in future. The solutions are well-marketed by consultants, architecture and engineering firms, and early adopters advocating the benefits of systems supporting continuous on-connectivity.

Key Topics Covered: 

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Market Overview

4 In-Building Wireless: Market Size And Forecast By System Components

5 In-Building Wireless: Market Size And Forecast By Business Models And End Users

6 In-Building Wireless: Market Size And Forecast By Building Type And Building Size

7 In-Building Wireless: Market Size And Forecast By Regions

8 In-Building Wireless: Market Landscape 

9 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned:

  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Anixter Inc.
  • At&T Inc.
  • Betacom Incorporated
  • Cobham Plc
  • Commscope Inc.
  • Corning Incorporated
  • Ericsson
  • Ethertronics
  • Lemko Corporation
  • Lord & Company Technologies
  • Oberon Inc.
  • Smiths Group Plc
  • Te Connectivity Ltd.
  • Telecommunication Systems, Inc.
  • Verizon Communications Inc.

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