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WiGig Market Opportunities and Challenges Update
In this report, ABI Research explains the evolution of Wi-Fi, market trends, and recommendations for future application of the technology. 802.11ad or WiGig, in contrast to conventional 802.11 technologies, is an extension to the Wi-Fi standard, operating in the 60 GHz millimeter wave unlicensed band, and its primary focus is to offer much higher throughput than existing Wi-Fi core technologies to drive new use cases and improve the user experience. Also on the horizon is 802.11ay, the next-generation evolution of 60 GHz and the WiGig standard. This report provides an updated perspective on the outlook for 60 GHz Wi-Fi technologies, seeks to understand where WiGig will be able to carve out success, provides an overview of key chipset suppliers and 60 GHz strategies, explores why 60 GHz has had limited success to date, and suggests how it can overcome technical and market obstacles to propel it forward over the next decade.Continue
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The Near-Field Communication (NFC) tag market is once again becoming a key topic of discussion following last year’s move by Apple to enable iPhones running iOS 11 to read NFC tags for the first time. The move came at a critical juncture in the NFC tag market as 2017 witnessed a further decline in the gaming segment due to weak sales and product discontinuations. For example, Disney Skylanders has not unveiled any new products since 2016, while LEGO Dimensions was discontinued in October 2017 due to its disappointing performance. The year 2018 is expected to see a further decline in the NFC tag gaming segment as these discontinuations continue to hit the market, though there is hope looking forward that new product announcements will be able to revitalize the gaming segment and achieve a semblance of its 2015 success. Furthermore, new growth opportunities are expected in the connected products market over the next few years. Tag vendors are all hoping that this will finally allow NFC tags to flourish and reach their true market potential, though there are a number of challenges ahead for the tag ecosystem in the near future.
Z-Wave’s guarantee of interoperability will be helpful as Silicon Labs attempts to move the protocol into wider markets that include smart homes and the IoT.
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This presentation will provide a discussion around the Future of Wi-Fi, looking at the evolution of different Wi-Fi standards, new protocols, and new technical enhancements to the technology. The webinar will explore how Wi-Fi is evolving to better service existing markets and target new opportunities, through new standards such as 802.11ax, 802.11ah, 802.11ad, 802.11ay, in addition to the opportunities for legacy Wi-Fi standards. We will also cover the major drivers and challenges for each technology, in addition to providing strategic recommendations on how these new Wi-Fi technologies can best target new opportunities and drive growth.
This webinar will address the following questions:
- How quickly will 802.11ax take off?
- What is the opportunity for 802.11n looking forward?
- What role will Wi-Fi play in the IoT?
- Why has 60GHz Wi-Fi failed to gain traction to date?
- How is Wi-Fi innovating?
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