Plan production schedule by referring to projected market data through 2028 for different Wi-Fi Customer Premises Equipment (CPE), including residential gateways, wireless routers, mesh, and extender/repeaters.
Leverage regional forecasts to devise global strategies and expand into new markets.
Gauge the adoption/phasing out of different protocols in residential Wi-Fi CPE, and align roadmaps accordingly.
Gain understanding of potential Wi-Fi market revenue by referring to historical and forecast revenue data.
Strategize for 6 Gigahertz (GHz) by understanding demand for equipment supporting the new spectrum, and for equipment supporting only legacy bands.
Ascertain the shifting number of 802.11 radios that Wi-Fi CPE will need to support, and ensure that product designs reflect this trend.
Understand the potential of standard power 6 GHz Wi-Fi CPE, with forecasts of deployments through 2028.
Pinpoint key Wi-Fi equipment vendors to develop strategic partnerships.
Critical Questions Answered
How will shipment volumes and market value for residential Wi-Fi CPE develop over the next 6 years?
What is the current and future split between device type shipments in different regions internationally?
How will the major Wi-Fi protocol cycles pan out through 2028, including Wi-Fi 5, Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E, and Wi-Fi 7?
To what extent have international macroeconomic challenges, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain disruptions, and shifting consumer sentiments, impacted the residential Wi-Fi market?
In which ways will the 6 GHz spectrum impact the residential Wi-Fi market?
When will standard power 6 GHz Wi-Fi CPE begin to be used, and what will be the total number of deployments?
Do dual-radio Wi-Fi CPE have a future? Will tri-radio CPE become the dominant type in the residential market?
Which vendors are market leaders in terms of shipments and revenue for different Wi-Fi CPE types across the period 2014 to 2021?
Shipment and revenue projections for different types of Wi-Fi CPE, spanning wireless routers, residential gateways, consumer pure access points, Wi-Fi mesh, and Wi-Fi extender/repeaters.
Data on the Wi-Fi protocol cycles for all major standards, including Wi-Fi 5, Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E, and Wi-Fi 7.
Regional granularity is provided with forecasts broken down into the North American, European, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World markets.
Foresight into the shifting number of 802.11 radios within residential Wi-Fi CPE.
Detailed annual figures for all market-leading vendors for shipments and revenue by device type, supported Wi-Fi protocol, and destination market across the period 2014 to 2021.
Who Should Read This?
Market strategists of ecosystem vendors seeking insights on future market demand.
Product managers of Wi-Fi equipment vendors.
Decision makers in component suppliers and chipset design firms serving the Wi-Fi market.
Managers at service providers looking to deploy Wi-Fi equipment.