Plan production schedule by referring to projected market data through 2028 for different Wi-Fi equipment types, including residential gateways, wireless routers, mesh, extender/repeaters, and enterprise Access Points (APs).
Leverage regional forecasts to devise global strategies and expand into new markets.
Gauge the adoption/phasing out of different protocols in Wi-Fi equipment, 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 also for equipment supporting only legacy bands.
Determine the future demand of fixed broadband Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) by type and configure production appropriately.
Ascertain the shifting number of 802.11 radios that Wi-Fi equipment will need to support, and ensure that product designs reflect this trend.
Identify which enterprise verticals will experience the greatest shipment growth, and factor this knowledge into future product planning.
Understand the potential of standard power 6 GHz APs with forecasts of deployments through 2028.
Pinpoint key Wi-Fi equipment vendors, both in consumer and enterprise sectors, to develop strategic partnerships.
Critical Questions Answered
How large is the Wi-Fi equipment market at present in both the consumer and enterprise segments, and how will shipment volumes and market value 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 Wi-Fi market?
In which ways will 6 GHz spectrum impact the Wi-Fi market?
When will standard power 6 GHz APs begin to be used, and what will be the total number of deployments?
Is the Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) CPE market in decline? Has DOCSIS 3.1 superseded 3.0? How significant is the demand for the latest generation of Optical Network Terminal (ONT) CPE?
Do dual-radio APs have a future? Will tri-radio APs become the most dominant type in both the residential and enterprise markets?
Which vendors are market leaders in terms of shipments and revenue for different equipment types across the period from 2014 to 2021?
Shipment and revenue projections for different types of Wi-Fi equipment, spanning wireless routers, residential gateways, consumer pure APs, Wi-Fi mesh, Wi-Fi extenders/repeaters, and both enterprise independent and dependent APs.
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.
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 APs for both the residential and enterprise markets.
Granular insights into the fixed broadband CPE market, including DSL, cable, and ONT 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 from 2014 to 2021.
Who Should Read This?
Market strategists of ecosystem vendors seeking insight 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.