In-Building Wireless Market Worth $16.71 Billion in 2020

DALLAS, TX -- According to a new market research report "In-Building Wireless Market by System Components (Antennas, Cabling, DAS, Repeaters, Small Cells), Business Models (Carrier, Enterprise, Host), Building Size (Large & Medium, Small), Building Type, End Users, & Regions - Global Forecast to 2020", published by MarketsandMarkets, The In-Building Wireless Market to grow from $4.83 Billion in 2015 to $16.71 Billion in 2020, at a CAGR of 28.1% during the forecast period.

The market for in-building wireless solutions is gaining traction with an increase in the dependency on mobile data to address the need of connectivity and mobile devices becoming the preferred means of communication. In-building wireless is more than the extension of the cellular macro network; it is the basis for the reliable delivery of services and continuous communication within a building or campus that improves individual performance and ensures public safety. It uses a set of networks, products, and services to provide a reliable and seamless indoor coverage. Strict government regulations have made the traditional way to enhance the network capacity obsolete. With its wireless solutions, a mobile environment can offer reliable communication infrastructure. The demand for in-building solutions is increasing with the adoption of project-oriented business culture by the enterprises and changes in the usage patterns of communication devices.

In-building wireless solutions address the need for pervasive coverage and enhanced quality of service in terms of availability, capacity, and consistency. The demand for in-building wireless solutions is increasing as businesses realize the impact of pervasive coverage and effective communication environment on individuals' productivity. While organizations look forward to availing better prices with multi operators, the in-building wireless solution providers are designing systems with robust capabilities to extend support for dedicated capacity and reduced radiations.

MarketsandMarkets broadly segments the In-Building Wireless Market on the basis of solutions, system components, business models, end users, building types, building size, and regions. The market is segmented by type of system components: antennas, cabling, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), repeaters, and small cells; by type of business model: carrier, enterprise, and host; by type of end users: commercial, government, hospitals, hospitality, industrial, institutions, and retail. The In-Building Wireless Market is also segmented by type of building type: existing and new; by type of building size: large and medium, and small; and by region: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), the Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Latin America.

The In-Building Wireless Market research report consists of the future market trends of in-building solutions. The report focuses on the analyzing global trends, future growth, key drivers, opportunities, and challenges in the In-Building Wireless Market. The In-Building Wireless Market report provides key insights on the market dynamics, adoption trends, competitive landscape, and end-user analysis in the market.

MarketsandMarkets forecasts the In-Building Wireless Market to grow from $4.83 Billion in 2015 to $16.71 Billion in 2020, at a CAGR of 28.1% during the forecast period. In terms of regions, North America is expected to be the largest market in terms of revenue contribution, while APAC is expected to experience increased market traction during the forecast period.

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