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February 6, 2024

How can operators stay afloat amid unrelenting WiFi tides and stubborn installed base? WiFi Market Forecast

WiFi Cloud Management, Multi-AP, WiFi 6, 6E, 7 & 8 – Market Forecast 2024-2029

WiFi 5 to all but die by 2029, with WiFi 6 reaching 62% penetration of Access Points

This report is critical for anyone who wants to understand how consumer WiFi is set to become smarter, stronger and more flexible in the next five years, as it tries to keep up with increasing demand for high quality OTT video. The report highlights how operators plan to deploy WiFi Cloud Management and Multi-AP technologies, while also examining the patterns with which WiFi standards rise and fall among CPE and consumer client devices.

We extensively surveyed key industry stakeholders, to consider the pace at which consumer WiFi is set to advance around the world. WiFi 6 and 7 are set to come to the fore over the next five years, just as WiFi 8 is set to emerge, with all standards promising increased capacity and flexibility in the home network.

These changes will have knock-on effects for all those involved in the delivery of digital media to the home, and especially those involved in video. This report will, therefore, be of great interest to operators who want a reasoned time frame on when they should be upgrading their CPE to stay ahead of their competitors. Equally, vendors serving the consumer WiFi market will benefit from being able to gauge the changing demand for their products over the next five years, as will consumer electronics OEMs who want to stay ahead of the curve.

The forecast includes a 41 page PDF report and accompanying XLS dataset. Regions covered: North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & North Africa.

For more information or to discuss a purchase, please contact Roz Hilton [email protected]

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