Global In-building Wireless Market: Industry Analysis and Forecast (2021-2027) by Component, Business Model, Venue, End-User and Region

Global In-building Wireless Market size was valued at US$ 10.30 Bn. in 2020 and the total revenue is expected to grow at 11.9 % through 2021 to 2027, reaching nearly US$ 22.63 Bn.

Global In-building Wireless Market Overview:

In-building wireless is a telecommunications technology that offers wireless cellular access throughout buildings or commercial properties. The growing demand to enhance cellular internet connectivity throughout large-scale corporate and residential sites is driving market expansion. The buildings are constructed using a variety of components, including low-emission window panes, steel reinforced floors and thin concrete blocks. These components have an impact on and degrade wireless signals across the infrastructure. As a result, property owners and corporates around the industry are prioritising the improvement of facility infrastructure through the implementation of smart networking equipment. Global In-building Wireless Market www To know about the Research Methodology :- Request Free Sample Report 2020 is considered as a base year to forecast the market from 2021 to 2027. 2020’s market size is estimated on real numbers and outputs of the key players and major players across the globe. Past five years trends are considered while forecasting the market through 2027. 2020 is a year of exception and analyzed specially with the impact of lockdown by region.

Global In-building Wireless Market Dynamics:

The growing demand for smartphones and growing data utilization through the clients are the fundamental elements contributing to the boom of the in-building wireless market. Moreover, the client's call for high availability of offerings with 100% connectivity is fueling the boom of the in-constructing wireless marketplace. Further, the businesses inside the market are expected to the installation of LTE networks and broaden small cells that run on 4g or LTE networks. Important elements which include the want for particular and described network insurance, implementation of public protection measures, virtual transformation, and smart and wise constructing tendencies are anticipated to drive the increase of the global In-Building wireless marketplace. However, the issues regarding interference, designing, and setup are expected to pose challenges to the boom of the in-building wireless marketplace. Moreover, the main trouble with such structures would be the isolation and genuine use of the offerings offered with in-building Wi-Fi solutions. The high preliminary value of deployment may additionally pose a task to market increase. Many countries are still going through demanding situations at the same time as making an investment inside the infrastructure of in-building Wi-Fi solutions. The microwave backhaul community faces the trouble of line of sight (los). In contrast, the deployment of the fiber backhaul network for in-constructing wireless solutions is difficult because of its excessive fee and low availability in many cities. In the macro community, wireless operators take care of backhauls through excessive-bandwidth, low-latency fiber-optic cables or directional, point-to-factor microwave antennas. However, neither of the alternatives are most economical in a small-to-medium constructing, raising the task of getting all those mobile users connected to the arena out of doors.

Opportunity:

Groups across diverse verticals are constantly seeking to boom the usage of IoT for automating their procedures and growing the throughput. Therefore, the proliferation of IoT and related technologies would create numerous opportunities for the in-building wireless market. The in-building wireless network lets customers combine numerous sensors, machines, human beings, automobiles, and different gadgets across a wide variety of applications and utilization situations. Any in-building wireless Community looks after troubles, consisting of reliability, carrier excellence, security, and compliance. Organizations which include Nokia, Samsung, and cisco are a number of the principal gamers who are working toward the incorporation of in-building wireless networks in IoT.

Challenges:

5G continues to be evolving as its first deployments are still being made. There are several variables and unknowns approximately each of the technical details, including spectrum bands and antenna configurations. But a 5g network for in-building infrastructure comes with current parallel trends, inclusive of Wi-Fi 6, optical local area networks (LANs), virtual remote powering, smart buildings, and edge-computing. In a 5g global of neutral hosts and localized spectrum, diverse new firms would possibly turn into Carriers of indoor structures, rather than staying as give up-customers. They will also be capable of getting direct sales from end-users (in a comparable fashion to Wi-Fi today) or perhaps reduce wholesale deals with national (or worldwide) operators.

COVID-19 Impact:

COVID-19 is estimated to have a dual influence on the track to growth of the in-building wireless market. Mostly on plus side, rising demand for connecting devices as a result of the virtual office trend is estimated to support demand for these services. The same problem is negatively impacting demand for these technologies in big-scale office spaces, which would be a significant segment, hampering the market's total growth.

Global In-building Wireless Market Segment Analysis:

Based on the Business Model, the global In-building Wireless market is segmented into Service Providers, Neutral Host Operators, and Enterprises. The neutral host operators segment is expected to grow at a higher CAGR of xx% in the global in-building market during the forecast period. The neutral host operator owns the neutral host ownership model, DAS, and small cells network, which are used to operate end-to-end in-building wireless networks. These Operators are also in charge of obtaining carrier approvals and selecting an appropriate RF source depending on the facility's plan. The increased need for neutral host management is a major factor driving the segment's growth. Global In-building Wireless Market Based on the End-User, the global In-building Wireless market is segmented into Government, Manufacturing, Transportation and Logistics, Education, Retail, Hospitality, Healthcare, and Others. The hospitality segment held the largest market share of xx% in 2020. In-building Wi-Fi technology is becoming increasingly important in the hospitality sector for all stakeholders, including corporate guests, organisations, and tourists. The increased use of Wi-Fi has transformed it from a convenience to a service visitor, particularly for business passengers, which is one of the major factors leading to the segment's rise.

Global In-building Wireless MarketGlobal In-building Wireless Market Regional Insights:

North America dominates the global In-building Wireless market during the forecast period 2021-2027. North America held the largest market share 33.8% with a revenue of US $ 3.6 Bn in 2020. Regional firms' early adoption of wireless technology and new product development programmes are driving market demand. Segra, for example, launched an in-building wireless solution in March 2020 to allow robust 5G connectivity across building premises. The newly released solution assists building owners in meeting connection demand, signal strength standards, and the need for 5G capabilities. With a strong product range, this launch assisted the company in strengthening its market position. Asia Pacific held the second largest market share of xx% and is also expected to grow at higher CAGR of 12% in the global in-building wireless market during the forecast period 2021-2027. The region contributes the most to the total number of mobile users globally and plans to add additional members to its network in the coming decades. It is a diverse region with a diverse variety of countries undergoing digitalization. Additional notable geographic markets include Japan and Canada, which are expected to increase at 8.8 % and 10.1 %, respectively, between 2021 and 2027. Inside Europe, Germany is expected to develop at a CAGR of 11.2 %, whereas the rest of the European market (as defined in the report) will reach a value of 3.3 billion by 2027.Global In-building Wireless MarketThe objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the global In-building Wireless Market to the stakeholders in the industry. The past and current status of the industry with the forecasted market size and trends are presented in the report with the analysis of complicated data in simple language. The report covers all the aspects of the industry with a dedicated study of key players that include market leaders, followers, and new entrants. PORTER, PESTEL analysis with the potential impact of micro-economic factors of the market have been presented in the report. External as well as internal factors that are supposed to affect the business positively or negatively have been analyzed, which will give a clear futuristic view of the industry to the decision-makers. The reports also helps in understanding the global In-building Wireless Market dynamic, structure by analyzing the market segments and project the global In-building Wireless Market size. Clear representation of competitive analysis of key players by product, price, financial position, product portfolio, growth strategies, and regional presence in the global In-building Wireless Market make the report investor’s guide.

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Global In-building Wireless Market, by Region

• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • South America • Middle East and Africa

Global In-building Wireless Market Key Players

Nokia • Ericsson • Huawei • ZTE • NEC • CommScope • Corning • Axell Wireless • Comba Telecom • Samsung • SOLiD • Dali Wireless • Zinwave • ADRF • ip.access • Airspan • Contela • Fujitsu • BTI Wireless • Bird • Accelleran • Baicells Technologies • Qucell • Casa Systems • CommAgility • Galtronics • G-Wave Solutions • HUBER+SUHNER • JMA Wireless • Microlab • Nextivity • Sarcomm • PCTEL • Whoop Wireless • Westell Technologies

Frequently Asked Questions:

1] What segments are covered in In-building Wireless Market report? Ans. The segments covered in In-building Wireless Market report are based on Component, Business Model, Venue and End-User. 2] Which region is expected to hold the highest share in the global In-building Wireless Market? Ans. North America is expected to hold the highest share in the global In-building Wireless Market. 3] What is the market size of global In-building Wireless Market by2027? Ans. The market size of global In-building Wireless Market by 2027 is US $ 22.63 Bn. 4] Who are the top key players in the global In-building Wireless Market? Ans. Nokia, Ericsson, Huawei, ZTE, NEC, CommScope, and Corning are the top key players in the global In-building Wireless Market. 5] What was the market size of global In-building Wireless Market in 2020? Ans. The market size of global In-building Wireless Market in 2020 was US $ 10.30 Bn.
In-building Wireless Market 1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 2.3.1.1. Secondary data 2.3.1.2. Secondary Sources 2.3.2. Primary Research 2.3.2.1. Data from Primary Sources 2.3.2.2. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: In-building Wireless Market size, by Market Value (US$ Mn) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. In-building Wireless Market Analysis and Forecast 7. In-building Wireless Market Analysis and Forecast, By Component 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. In-building Wireless Market Value Share Analysis, By Component 7.4. In-building Wireless Market size (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Component 7.5. In-building Wireless Market Analysis, By Component 8. In-building Wireless Market Analysis and Forecast, By Business Model 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. In-building Wireless Market Value Share Analysis, By Business Model 8.4. In-building Wireless Market size (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Business Model 8.5. In-building Wireless Market Analysis, By Business Model 8.6. In-building Wireless Market Attractiveness Analysis, By Business Model 9. In-building Wireless Market Analysis and Forecast, Venue 9.1. Introduction and Definition 9.2. Key Findings 9.3. In-building Wireless Market Value Share Analysis, Venue 9.4. In-building Wireless Market size (US$ Mn) Forecast, Venue 9.5. In-building Wireless Market Analysis, Venue 9.6. In-building Wireless Market Attractiveness Analysis, Venue 10. In-building Wireless Market Analysis and Forecast, by End-User 10.1. Introduction and Definition 10.2. Key Findings 10.3. In-building Wireless Market Value Share Analysis, by End-User 10.4. In-building Wireless Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by End-User 10.5. In-building Wireless Market Analysis, by End-User 10.6. In-building Wireless Market Attractiveness Analysis, by End-User 11. In-building Wireless Market Analysis and Forecast, by Region 11.1. Introduction and Definition 11.2. Key Findings 11.3. In-building Wireless Market Value Share Analysis, by Region 11.4. In-building Wireless Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Region 11.5. In-building Wireless Market Analysis, by Region 11.6. In-building Wireless Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 12. In-building Wireless Market Analysis 12.1. Key Findings 12.2. In-building Wireless Market Overview 12.3. In-building Wireless Market Forecast, By Component 12.3.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 12.3.2. Services 12.4. In-building Wireless Market Forecast, By Business Model 12.4.1. Service Providers 12.4.2. Neutral Host Operators 12.4.3. Enterprises 12.5. In-building Wireless Market Forecast, Venue 12.5.1. Large Venue 12.5.2. Medium Venue 12.5.3. Small Venue 12.6. In-building Wireless Market Forecast, by End-User 12.6.1. Government 12.6.2. Manufacturing 12.6.3. Transportation and Logistics 12.6.4. Education 12.6.5. Retail 12.6.6. Hospitality 12.6.7. Healthcare 12.6.8. Others 12.7. In-building Wireless Market Forecast, by Region 12.7.1. North America 12.7.2. Europe 12.7.3. Asia-Pacific 12.7.4. MEA & Africa 12.7.5. Latin America 12.8. PEST Analysis 12.9. Key Trends 12.10. Key Developments 13. North-America In-building Wireless Market Analysis 13.1. Key Findings 13.2. North-America In-building Wireless Market Overview 13.3. North-America In-building Wireless Market, By Component 13.3.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 13.3.2. Services 13.4. North-America In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 13.4.1. Service Providers 13.4.2. Neutral Host Operators 13.4.3. Enterprises 13.5. North-America In-building Wireless Market, Venue 13.5.1. Large Venue 13.5.2. Medium Venue 13.5.3. Small Venue 13.6. North-America In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 13.6.1. Government 13.6.2. Manufacturing 13.6.3. Transportation and Logistics 13.6.4. Education 13.6.5. Retail 13.6.6. Hospitality 13.6.7. Healthcare 13.6.8. Others 13.7. North-America In-building Wireless Market Forecast, by Country 13.7.1. US 13.7.2. Canada 13.8. US In-building Wireless Market, By Component 13.8.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 13.8.2. Services 13.9. US In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 13.9.1. Service Providers 13.9.2. Neutral Host Operators 13.9.3. Enterprises 13.10. US In-building Wireless Market, Venue 13.10.1. Large Venue 13.10.2. Medium Venue 13.10.3. Small Venue 13.11. US In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 13.11.1. Government 13.11.2. Manufacturing 13.11.3. Transportation and Logistics 13.11.4. Education 13.11.5. Retail 13.11.6. Hospitality 13.11.7. Healthcare 13.11.8. Others 13.12. Canada In-building Wireless Market, By Component 13.12.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 13.12.2. Services 13.13. In-building Wireless Market Forecast, By Business Model 13.13.1. Service Providers 13.13.2. Neutral Host Operators 13.13.3. Enterprises 13.14. Canada In-building Wireless Market, Venue 13.14.1. Large Venue 13.14.2. Medium Venue 13.14.3. Small Venue 13.15. Canada In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 13.15.1. Government 13.15.2. Manufacturing 13.15.3. Transportation and Logistics 13.15.4. Education 13.15.5. Retail 13.15.6. Hospitality 13.15.7. Healthcare 13.15.8. Others 13.16. PEST Analysis 13.17. Key Trends 13.18. Key Developments 14. Europe In-building Wireless Market Analysis 14.1. Key Findings 14.2. Europe In-building Wireless Market Overview 14.3. Europe In-building Wireless Market, By Component 14.3.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 14.3.2. Services 14.4. Europe In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 14.4.1. Service Providers 14.4.2. Neutral Host Operators 14.4.3. Enterprises 14.5. Europe In-building Wireless Market, Venue 14.5.1. Large Venue 14.5.2. Medium Venue 14.5.3. Small Venue 14.6. Europe In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 14.6.1. Government 14.6.2. Manufacturing 14.6.3. Transportation and Logistics 14.6.4. Education 14.6.5. Retail 14.6.6. Hospitality 14.6.7. Healthcare 14.6.8. Others 14.7. Europe In-building Wireless Market Forecast, by Country 14.7.1. UK 14.7.2. France 14.7.3. Germany 14.7.4. Russia 14.7.5. Italy 14.7.6. Rest of Europe 14.8. UK In-building Wireless Market, By Component 14.8.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 14.8.2. Services 14.9. UK In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 14.9.1. Service Providers 14.9.2. Neutral Host Operators 14.9.3. Enterprises 14.10. UK In-building Wireless Market, Venue 14.10.1. Large Venue 14.10.2. Medium Venue 14.10.3. Small Venue 14.11. UK In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 14.11.1. Government 14.11.2. Manufacturing 14.11.3. Transportation and Logistics 14.11.4. Education 14.11.5. Retail 14.11.6. Hospitality 14.11.7. Healthcare 14.11.8. Others 14.12. France In-building Wireless Market, By Component 14.12.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 14.12.2. Services 14.13. France In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 14.13.1. Service Providers 14.13.2. Neutral Host Operators 14.13.3. Enterprises 14.14. France In-building Wireless Market, Venue 14.14.1. Large Venue 14.14.2. Medium Venue 14.14.3. Small Venue 14.15. France In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 14.15.1. Government 14.15.2. Manufacturing 14.15.3. Transportation and Logistics 14.15.4. Education 14.15.5. Retail 14.15.6. Hospitality 14.15.7. Healthcare 14.15.8. Others 14.16. Germany In-building Wireless Market, By Component 14.16.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 14.16.2. Services 14.17. Germany In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 14.17.1. Service Providers 14.17.2. Neutral Host Operators 14.17.3. Enterprises 14.18. Germany In-building Wireless Market, Venue 14.18.1. Large Venue 14.18.2. Medium Venue 14.18.3. Small Venue 14.19. Germany In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 14.19.1. Government 14.19.2. Manufacturing 14.19.3. Transportation and Logistics 14.19.4. Education 14.19.5. Retail 14.19.6. Hospitality 14.19.7. Healthcare 14.19.8. Others 14.20. Russia In-building Wireless Market, By Component 14.20.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 14.20.2. Services 14.21. Russia In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 14.21.1. Service Providers 14.21.2. Neutral Host Operators 14.21.3. Enterprises 14.22. Russia In-building Wireless Market, Venue 14.22.1. Large Venue 14.22.2. Medium Venue 14.22.3. Small Venue 14.23. Russia In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 14.23.1. Government 14.23.2. Manufacturing 14.23.3. Transportation and Logistics 14.23.4. Education 14.23.5. Retail 14.23.6. Hospitality 14.23.7. Healthcare 14.23.8. Others 14.24. Italy In-building Wireless Market, By Component 14.24.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 14.24.2. Services 14.25. Italy In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 14.25.1. Service Providers 14.25.2. Neutral Host Operators 14.25.3. Enterprises 14.26. Italy In-building Wireless Market, Venue 14.26.1. Large Venue 14.26.2. Medium Venue 14.26.3. Small Venue 14.27. Italy In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 14.27.1. Government 14.27.2. Manufacturing 14.27.3. Transportation and Logistics 14.27.4. Education 14.27.5. Retail 14.27.6. Hospitality 14.27.7. Healthcare 14.27.8. Others 14.28. Spain In-building Wireless Market, By Component 14.28.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 14.28.2. Services 14.29. Spain In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 14.29.1. Service Providers 14.29.2. Neutral Host Operators 14.29.3. Enterprises 14.30. Spain In-building Wireless Market, Venue 14.30.1. Large Venue 14.30.2. Medium Venue 14.30.3. Small Venue 14.31. Spain In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 14.31.1. Government 14.31.2. Manufacturing 14.31.3. Transportation and Logistics 14.31.4. Education 14.31.5. Retail 14.31.6. Hospitality 14.31.7. Healthcare 14.31.8. Others 14.32. Rest of Europe In-building Wireless Market, By Component 14.32.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 14.32.2. Services 14.33. Rest of Europe In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 14.33.1. Service Providers 14.33.2. Neutral Host Operators 14.33.3. Enterprises 14.34. Rest of Europe In-building Wireless Market, Venue 14.34.1. Large Venue 14.34.2. Medium Venue 14.34.3. Small Venue 14.35. Rest of Europe In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 14.35.1. Government 14.35.2. Manufacturing 14.35.3. Transportation and Logistics 14.35.4. Education 14.35.5. Retail 14.35.6. Hospitality 14.35.7. Healthcare 14.35.8. Others 14.36. PEST Analysis 14.37. Key Trends 14.38. Key Developments 15. Asia-Pacific In-building Wireless Market Analysis 15.1. Key Findings 15.2. Asia-Pacific In-building Wireless Market Overview 15.3. Asia-Pacific In-building Wireless Market, By Component 15.3.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 15.3.2. Services 15.4. Asia-Pacific In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 15.4.1. Service Providers 15.4.2. Neutral Host Operators 15.4.3. Enterprises 15.5. Asia-Pacific In-building Wireless Market, Venue 15.5.1. Large Venue 15.5.2. Medium Venue 15.5.3. Small Venue 15.6. Asia-Pacific In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 15.6.1. Government 15.6.2. Manufacturing 15.6.3. Transportation and Logistics 15.6.4. Education 15.6.5. Retail 15.6.6. Hospitality 15.6.7. Healthcare 15.6.8. Others 15.7. Asia-Pacific In-building Wireless Market Forecast, by Country 15.7.1. China 15.7.2. India 15.7.3. Japan 15.7.4. Malaysia 15.7.5. Indonesia 15.7.6. Rest of Asia-Pacific 15.8. China In-building Wireless Market, By Component 15.8.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 15.8.2. Services 15.9. China In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 15.9.1. Service Providers 15.9.2. Neutral Host Operators 15.9.3. Enterprises 15.10. China In-building Wireless Market, Venue 15.10.1. Large Venue 15.10.2. Medium Venue 15.10.3. Small Venue 15.11. China In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 15.11.1. Government 15.11.2. Manufacturing 15.11.3. Transportation and Logistics 15.11.4. Education 15.11.5. Retail 15.11.6. Hospitality 15.11.7. Healthcare 15.11.8. Others 15.12. India In-building Wireless Market, By Component 15.12.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 15.12.2. Services 15.13. India In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 15.13.1. Service Providers 15.13.2. Neutral Host Operators 15.13.3. Enterprises 15.14. India In-building Wireless Market, Venue 15.14.1. Large Venue 15.14.2. Medium Venue 15.14.3. Small Venue 15.15. India In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 15.15.1. Government 15.15.2. Manufacturing 15.15.3. Transportation and Logistics 15.15.4. Education 15.15.5. Retail 15.15.6. Hospitality 15.15.7. Healthcare 15.15.8. Others 15.16. Japan In-building Wireless Market, By Component 15.16.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 15.16.2. Services 15.17. Japan In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 15.17.1. Service Providers 15.17.2. Neutral Host Operators 15.17.3. Enterprises 15.18. Japan In-building Wireless Market, Venue 15.18.1. Large Venue 15.18.2. Medium Venue 15.18.3. Small Venue 15.19. Japan In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 15.19.1. Government 15.19.2. Manufacturing 15.19.3. Transportation and Logistics 15.19.4. Education 15.19.5. Retail 15.19.6. Hospitality 15.19.7. Healthcare 15.19.8. Others 15.20. Indonesia In-building Wireless Market, By Component 15.20.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 15.20.2. Services 15.21. Indonesia In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 15.21.1. Service Providers 15.21.2. Neutral Host Operators 15.21.3. Enterprises 15.22. Indonesia In-building Wireless Market, Venue 15.22.1. Large Venue 15.22.2. Medium Venue 15.22.3. Small Venue 15.23. Indonesia In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 15.23.1. Government 15.23.2. Manufacturing 15.23.3. Transportation and Logistics 15.23.4. Education 15.23.5. Retail 15.23.6. Hospitality 15.23.7. Healthcare 15.23.8. Others 15.24. Malaysia In-building Wireless Market, By Component 15.24.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 15.24.2. Services 15.25. Malaysia In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 15.25.1. Service Providers 15.25.2. Neutral Host Operators 15.25.3. Enterprises 15.26. Malaysia In-building Wireless Market, Venue 15.26.1. Large Venue 15.26.2. Medium Venue 15.26.3. Small Venue 15.27. Malaysia In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 15.27.1. Government 15.27.2. Manufacturing 15.27.3. Transportation and Logistics 15.27.4. Education 15.27.5. Retail 15.27.6. Hospitality 15.27.7. Healthcare 15.27.8. Others 15.28. Indonesia In-building Wireless Market, By Component 15.28.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 15.28.2. Services 15.29. Indonesia In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 15.29.1. Service Providers 15.29.2. Neutral Host Operators 15.29.3. Enterprises 15.30. Indonesia In-building Wireless Market, Venue 15.30.1. Large Venue 15.30.2. Medium Venue 15.30.3. Small Venue 15.31. Indonesia In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 15.31.1. Government 15.31.2. Manufacturing 15.31.3. Transportation and Logistics 15.31.4. Education 15.31.5. Retail 15.31.6. Hospitality 15.31.7. Healthcare 15.31.8. Others 15.32. PEST Analysis 15.33. Key Trends 15.34. Key Developments 16. MEA & Africa In-building Wireless Market Analysis 16.1. Key Findings 16.2. MEA & Africa In-building Wireless Market Overview 16.3. MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market, By Component 16.3.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 16.3.2. Services 16.4. MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 16.4.1. Service Providers 16.4.2. Neutral Host Operators 16.4.3. Enterprises 16.5. MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market, Venue 16.5.1. Large Venue 16.5.2. Medium Venue 16.5.3. Small Venue 16.6. MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 16.6.1. Government 16.6.2. Manufacturing 16.6.3. Transportation and Logistics 16.6.4. Education 16.6.5. Retail 16.6.6. Hospitality 16.6.7. Healthcare 16.6.8. Others 16.7. MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market Forecast, by Country 16.7.1. GCC 16.7.2. South Africa 16.7.3. Rest of MEA & Africa 16.8. GCC In-building Wireless Market, By Component 16.8.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 16.8.2. Services 16.9. GCC In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 16.9.1. Service Providers 16.9.2. Neutral Host Operators 16.9.3. Enterprises 16.10. GCC In-building Wireless Market, Venue 16.10.1. Large Venue 16.10.2. Medium Venue 16.10.3. Small Venue 16.11. GCC In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 16.11.1. Government 16.11.2. Manufacturing 16.11.3. Transportation and Logistics 16.11.4. Education 16.11.5. Retail 16.11.6. Hospitality 16.11.7. Healthcare 16.11.8. Others 16.12. South Africa In-building Wireless Market, By Component 16.12.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 16.12.2. Services 16.13. South Africa In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 16.13.1. Service Providers 16.13.2. Neutral Host Operators 16.13.3. Enterprises 16.14. South Africa In-building Wireless Market, Venue 16.14.1. Large Venue 16.14.2. Medium Venue 16.14.3. Small Venue 16.15. South Africa In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 16.15.1. Government 16.15.2. Manufacturing 16.15.3. Transportation and Logistics 16.15.4. Education 16.15.5. Retail 16.15.6. Hospitality 16.15.7. Healthcare 16.15.8. Others 16.16. Rest of MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market, By Component 16.16.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 16.16.2. Services 16.17. Rest of MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 16.17.1. Service Providers 16.17.2. Neutral Host Operators 16.17.3. Enterprises 16.18. Rest of MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market, Venue 16.18.1. Large Venue 16.18.2. Medium Venue 16.18.3. Small Venue 16.19. Rest of MEA &Africa In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 16.19.1. Government 16.19.2. Manufacturing 16.19.3. Transportation and Logistics 16.19.4. Education 16.19.5. Retail 16.19.6. Hospitality 16.19.7. Healthcare 16.19.8. Others 16.20. PEST Analysis 16.21. Key Trends 16.22. Key Developments 17. Latin America In-building Wireless Market Analysis 17.1. Key Findings 17.2. Latin America In-building Wireless Market Overview 17.3. Latin America In-building Wireless Market, By Component 17.3.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 17.3.2. Services 17.4. Latin America In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 17.4.1. Service Providers 17.4.2. Neutral Host Operators 17.4.3. Enterprises 17.5. Latin America In-building Wireless Market, Venue 17.5.1. Large Venue 17.5.2. Medium Venue 17.5.3. Small Venue 17.6. Latin America In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 17.6.1. Government 17.6.2. Manufacturing 17.6.3. Transportation and Logistics 17.6.4. Education 17.6.5. Retail 17.6.6. Hospitality 17.6.7. Healthcare 17.6.8. Others 17.7. Latin America In-building Wireless Market Forecast, by Country 17.7.1. Mexico 17.7.2. Brazil 17.7.3. Rest of Latin America 17.8. Mexico In-building Wireless Market, By Component 17.8.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 17.8.2. Services 17.9. Mexico In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 17.9.1. Service Providers 17.9.2. Neutral Host Operators 17.9.3. Enterprises 17.10. Mexico In-building Wireless Market, Venue 17.10.1. Large Venue 17.10.2. Medium Venue 17.10.3. Small Venue 17.11. Mexico In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 17.11.1. Government 17.11.2. Manufacturing 17.11.3. Transportation and Logistics 17.11.4. Education 17.11.5. Retail 17.11.6. Hospitality 17.11.7. Healthcare 17.11.8. Others 17.12. Brazil In-building Wireless Market, By Component 17.12.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 17.12.2. Services 17.13. Brazil In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 17.13.1. Service Providers 17.13.2. Neutral Host Operators 17.13.3. Enterprises 17.14. Brazil In-building Wireless Market, Venue 17.14.1. Large Venue 17.14.2. Medium Venue 17.14.3. Small Venue 17.15. Brazil In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 17.15.1. Government 17.15.2. Manufacturing 17.15.3. Transportation and Logistics 17.15.4. Education 17.15.5. Retail 17.15.6. Hospitality 17.15.7. Healthcare 17.15.8. Others 17.16. Rest of Latin America In-building Wireless Market, By Component 17.16.1. Infrastructure (DAS & Small Cell) 17.16.2. Services 17.17. Rest of Latin America In-building Wireless Market, By Business Model 17.17.1. Service Providers 17.17.2. Neutral Host Operators 17.17.3. Enterprises 17.18. Rest of Latin America In-building Wireless Market, Venue 17.18.1. Large Venue 17.18.2. Medium Venue 17.18.3. Small Venue 17.19. Rest of Latin America In-building Wireless Market, by End-User 17.19.1. Government 17.19.2. Manufacturing 17.19.3. Transportation and Logistics 17.19.4. Education 17.19.5. Retail 17.19.6. Hospitality 17.19.7. Healthcare 17.19.8. Others 17.20. PEST Analysis 17.21. Key Trends 17.22. Key Developments 18. Company Profiles 18.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 18.2. Market Share Analysis, by Region 18.3. Market Share Analysis, by Country 18.4. Competition Matrix 18.4.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Material and R&D investment 18.4.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 18.4.3. Market Consolidation 18.4.3.1. M&A by Regions, Investment and Material 18.4.3.2. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 18.5. Company Profiles: Key Players 18.5.1. Nokia (Finland) 18.5.2. Ericsson (Sweden) 18.5.3. Huawei (China) 18.5.4. ZTE(China) 18.5.5. NEC(Japan) 18.5.6. CommScope (US) 18.5.7. Corning (US) 18.5.8. Axell Wireless (UK) 18.5.9. Comba Telecom (Hong Kong) 18.5.10. Samsung (South Korea) 18.5.11. SOLiD (South Korea) 18.5.12. Dali Wireless (US) 18.5.13. Zinwave (US) 18.5.14. ADRF (US) 18.5.15. Ip access (UK) 18.5.16. Airspan (US) 18.5.17. Contela (South Korea) 18.5.18. Fujitsu (Japan) 18.5.19. BTI Wireless (US) 18.5.20. Bird (US) 18.5.21. Accelleran (Belgium) 18.5.22. Baicells Technologies (US) 18.5.23. Qucell (South Korea) 18.5.24. Casa Systems (US) 18.5.25. CommAgility (UK) 18.5.26. Galtronics (Canada) 18.5.27. G-Wave Solutions (US) 18.5.28. HUBER+SUHNER (Switzerland) 18.5.29. JMA Wireless (US) 18.5.30. Microlab (US) 18.5.31. Nextivity (US) 18.5.32. Sarcomm (Taiwan) 18.5.33. PCTEL (US) 18.5.34. Whoop Wireless (US) 18.5.35. Westell Technologies (US). Primary Key Insights.

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Report ID74955
Category Automation & Process Control
Published DateOctober 2020
Updated DateSep 2021
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