Enterprise WLAN Infrastructure

Price: Starting at USD 5,000
Publish Date: 16 Jan 2024
Code: MD-EWLANI-166
Research Type: Market Data
Enterprise WLAN Infrastructure

Market Data Issue: MD-EWLANI-166 | Published: 16 Jan 2024

Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Understand current dynamics and future trends in the enterprise Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) infrastructure market.
  • Devise enterprise WLAN equipment production schedules with market data projections up to the year 2030.
  • Use regional forecasts to devise global strategies and expand into new markets.
  • Gauge the adoption and phasing out rates of different 802.11 protocols in enterprise WLAN equipment, and align roadmap accordingly.
  • Gain an understanding of potential enterprise WLAN market revenue by referring to historical and forecast revenue data.
  • Strategize for 6 Gigahertz (GHz) by understanding demand for not just equipment supporting the new spectrum, but also for equipment supporting only the legacy 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands.
  • Ascertain the shifting number of 802.11 radios supported by enterprise WLAN equipment, and ensure that product designs reflect this trend.
  • Understand the potential of standard power 6 GHz Access Points (APs) with forecasts of deployments through 2030.
  • Comprehend the level of 320 Megahertz (MHz) channel support we can expect to see in the enterprise WLAN market.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What is the size of the current enterprise WLAN equipment market, and how will shipment volumes and market value develop over the next 7 years?
  • When will legacy 802.11 protocols be phased out and when will the latest 802.11 protocols see widespread adoption in the market?
  • How will regional demand for enterprise WLAN infrastructure evolve over the next 7 years?
  • To what extent have international macroeconomic challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain disruptions, and shifting enterprise sentiments impacted the enterprise WLAN market?
  • In which ways will the 6 GHz spectrum impact the enterprise WLAN market, and when and where will enterprise standard power 6 GHz APs begin to be used?
  • Why are dual-radio enterprise APs in decline? What will shipments of tri-radio, quad-radio, and penta-radio enterprise APs be going forward?
  • Will all enterprise WLAN APs support 320 MHz channels?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Shipment and revenue projections for both enterprise independent and dependent APs.
  • Forecast data on all the major 802.11 protocol cycles, including 802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5), dual-band 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6), tri-band 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6E), 802.11be (Wi-Fi 7), and 802.11bn (Wi-Fi 8).
  • Regional forecasts for the North American, European, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World markets.
  • An overview of total number of standard power 6 GHz deployments and shipments by enterprise vertical.
  • Foresight into the shifting number of 802.11 radios within enterprise APs.
  • Granular insight into 320 MHz channel support with enterprise 802.11be APs.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Market strategists of ecosystem vendors seeking insight on future market demand.
  • Product managers of enterprise WLAN equipment vendors.
  • Decision makers in component suppliers and chipset design firms serving the enterprise WLAN market.
  • Managers at service providers looking to deploy enterprise WLAN equipment.
  • Software vendors working within the enterprise WLAN industry.

Pivot Table Datasets

Enterprise WLAN Technology Shipments
5 Columns | 968 Rows | Show Segments
Enterprise WLAN Technology Revenue
5 Columns | 1232 Rows | Show Segments

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