The global in-building wireless market size is projected to grow from USD 10.3 billion in 2020 to USD 18.0 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.9% during the forecast period. The increasing demand for indoor network coverage and rapid technological advancements are expected to shape the future of the in-building wireless market.
Key and innovative vendors in the in-building wireless market include Nokia (Finland), Ericsson (Sweden), Huawei (China), ZTE(China), NEC (Japan), CommScope (US), Corning (US), Axell Wireless (UK), Comba Telecom (Hong Kong), Samsung (South Korea), SOLiD (South Korea), Dali Wireless (US), Zinwave (US), ADRF (US), ip.access (UK), Airspan (US), Contela (South Korea), Fujitsu (Japan), BTI Wireless (US), Bird (US), Accelleran (Belgium), Baicells Technologies (US), Qucell (South Korea), Casa Systems (US), CommAgility (UK), Galtronics (Canada), G-Wave Solutions (US), HUBER+SUHNER (Switzerland), JMA Wireless (US), Microlab (US), Nextivity (US), Sarcomm (Taiwan), PCTEL (US), Whoop Wireless (US), and Westell Technologies (US).
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CommScope is one of the leading providers of wired and wireless networks. It offers a wide range of network infrastructure solutions, which help its customers increase bandwidth, maximize existing capacity, and improve network performance and availability. The company’s solutions are found in large-sized buildings, venues, and outdoor spaces, and data centers. CommScope covers the entire spectrum of an in-building wireless solution, including DAS, small cells, and Wi-Fi. The company’s solutions can be deployed over 6A, fiber, and Ethernet cables. It supports all mobile generations and can be upgraded to 5G networks. Its in-building cellular solutions comprise DAS, antennas, passive components, small cells, RF repeaters, CBRS, and coaxial passive components. The company provides professional services that help end-users to implement in-building wireless solutions successfully.
Corning, a technology company, focuses on glass, ceramics, and manufacturing industries. Corning offers a broad range of in-building wireless solutions, including DAS, small cells, and hybrid wireless solutions. The company provides small size and cost-effective in-building wireless solutions that operate on minimum power and can be deployed in a smaller space. It supports multiple frequency bands and multi-carrier in the DAS segment. The company also provides end-to-end management software that helps telecom operators, neutral host operators, and enterprises to configure, monitor, and simplify the network deployment process to enhance system performance. Corning provides in-building wireless solutions for all sizes of venues, including large, medium, and small venues from 10K square feet to 500K square feet. The company sells its products to enterprises or via indirect distribution partners, such as channel partners, SIs, VARs, and distributors.
In-building Wireless Market by Component (Infrastructure [DAS and small cell] and Services), Business Model (Service Providers, Enterprises, and Neutral Host Operators), Venue, End User, and Region – Global Forecast to 2025
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