London, UK - April 07, 2011 -- Research conducted by Technavio reveals that the global Wi-Max is expected to grow at a CAGR of 35 percent. The report, which focuses on the Americas, EMEA and APAC indicates, that the market is currently driven by the standardization of Wi-Max technology, among other factors.
“Consumer devices enabled with WiMAX for cellular technology need effective handovers between WiMAX and other available wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi and 3G. As a result, standards for handover have been defined between WiMAX and Wi-Fi under the IEEE framework (802.21 - Media Independent Handover, or MIH). This has had a positive impact on the Wi-Max equipment market,” reports Technavio analyst.
In spite of the need, spectrum allocation issues hinder the growth of this market. However, the increasing adoption of Wi-Max equipment by the education sector is expected to drive the market.
The global Wi-Max equipment market is marked by the development of low power WiMAX chipsets. This makes the study an important one for companies to fully understand the potential in the market and formulate its own strategy.
The report, Global Wi-Max Equipment Market 2010-2014, is based on an extensive research from inputs by industry experts, vendors and end-users. It examines the factors- including the key trends, drivers and challenges, impacting the evolution of this market. Further, it contains an in-depth understanding of the key vendors including their SWOT Analysis.
Companies mentioned in this report include: Alvarion, Alcatel-Lucent, Motorola, Huawei and Samsung.
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