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Research and Markets: Global In-Building Wireless (Antennas, Cabling, DAS, Repeaters, Small Cells) Market 2014 - 2019

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/72znnw/inbuilding) has announced the addition of the "Global In-Building Wireless (Antennas, Cabling, DAS, Repeaters, Small Cells) Market 2014 - 2019" report to their offering.

The report also analyzes the in-building wireless market for the regions of North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, and Latin America. For this study certain factors have been assumed related to economy, technological development, investment, market saturation, and government regulations among others for market sizing and forecasting.

An increasing uptake of in-building wireless solutions across the globe is expected for efficient and effective information communication. The adoption of these solutions is proliferating, as organizations focus on improved quality of service, pervasive wireless application access, and compliance with the local safety norms. The solutions are expected to gain traction with customer's selection criterions aligning to better data performance, coherent coverage, and seamless connectivity.

In-building wireless solutions enable ubiquitous, voice and data communication services for always availability. These solutions provide a foundation to ensure effective operability of communication systems. In the in-building wireless market report, the market is segmented on the basis of solution, system components, business models, end users, building type, building size, and regions.

The owners/managers of large, medium, and small-sized buildings are strategically analyzing the in-building wireless solutions for their existing as well as new buildings to ensure pervasive coverage for occupants and create an excellent facility to deliver improved customer satisfaction. The in-building wireless solutions are gaining traction in the small-sized building market with the advent of small cell technology. The report analyzes the adoption of these solutions across existing and new buildings of large and medium, and small size.

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

  • 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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