Identify and better target the largest growth opportunities for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, GNSS, 802.15.4 and Z-Wave by market segment.
Prepare optimal roadmap and product timelines for wireless products based on projected market penetration.
Identify largest opportunities for WiGig and HaLow chipsets and devices. Understand where sales and marketing resources should be devoted to help build more scalable deployments and justify technology investment.
Identify potential gaps in existing wireless portfolios and chipset combinations, the wider wireless competitive landscape, and plan for future technology rollouts.
Understand the timeline for the transition from legacy Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies towards Wi-Fi 6 and BLE in both consumer and IoT applications, and be able to effectively plan for the introduction of new chipsets and products accordingly.
Understand chipset vendor landscape to help form critical partnerships and understand competitive threats.
Critical Questions Answered
What is the total market size for wireless devices and chipsets today and over the next 5 years?
How rapid will adoption of Wi-Fi 6 be across different end markets?
What opportunities will 60GHz WiGig have?
Is there a future for Wi-Fi HaLow?
What Wi-Fi technology is best suited to IoT applications?
What MIMO configurations will Wi-Fi APs and devices leverage going forward?
What is the connectivity landscape across different end markets?
Who are the leading wireless chipset vendors?
Where are the new growth opportunities for wireless technologies to be found?
Market data and forecasts for Wi-Fi, WiGig, HaLow, Bluetooth, NFC, NFC Tags, GNSS, 802.15.4 and Z-Wave devices by vertical market
Forecasts for MIMO configurations (e.g. 2x2, 4x4, 8x8) by vertical market
Forecasts for Wi-Fi chipsets by protocol (e.g. 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.11ax, 802.11ad, 802.11ay, 802.11ah) by vertical market
Forecasts for standalone, combo (e.g. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi) and integrated platform (wireless + cellular) chipsets
Quarterly chipset vendor shares by wireless technology
Who Should Read This?
Wireless chipset and module vendors (marketing, product managers, sales).
OEMs across numerous sectors, including smart home, IoT, consumer electronics, networking (product designers and decision makers).
Connectivity IP providers (marketing and product managers).
Connectivity consortiums and members, e.g. Wi-Fi Alliance, Bluetooth SIG, ZigBee Alliance.
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