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Wireless technology allows the users to access network resources from any location, inside their networking environment. The electromagnetic waves within wireless technology convey information in the form of signal, through a communication network. The users that are connected to a wireless system can maintain constant connection with their desired network. The in-building wireless technology is a combination of services, networks, and products that are installed for unified and consistent indoor coverage. The in-building wireless communication technology permits the distribution of cellular, long-term-evolution (LTE) and other radio frequencies in an infrastructure.
The global in-building wireless market can be segmented on the basis of system components, business model, end-users, building type, and building size. On the basis of system components, the market can be categorized into antennas, distributed antenna systems (DAS), cabling, repeaters, and small cells. On the basis of business models, the in-building wireless market can be divided into carrier, host, and enterprise. On the basis of end users, the market can be segmented into government, hospitals, hospitality, commercial, industrial, institutions, and retail. The building type segment within the in-building wireless market includes existing and new buildings; whereas, the in-building wireless market by building size includes large, medium, and small sized buildings.
Cellular phones, home-entertainment control systems, GPS (global positioning system), cordless telephone sets, satellite television, two-way radios, and remote garage-door openers are several products, which deploy wireless technology. The in-building wireless solutions ensure effective operability of communication systems. These solutions enable continuous availability of voice and data communication services. Moreover, the desire for continuous connectivity, and increase in data traffic are the other drivers of the global in-building wireless market.
With more organizations focusing on efficient and effective information and communication, and adopting a project-oriented culture; an increasing uptake of in-building wireless solutions across the globe is expected.
The in-building solutions allow organizations to focus on their basic business functions, by providing influential communication infrastructure to customers. The owners of small, medium, and large-sized buildings are strategically evaluating the in-building wireless functionalities for their new, as well as existing buildings to ensure proper network coverage for users and create an effective facility to provide improved customer satisfaction. With increasing global population, the mobile phones are becoming preferred means of communication. The high demand for connected environments and nonstop coverage has been observed as the dependency of the user on mobile communication services upsurge. Mobile devices are becoming the preferred means of communication, while an increased reliance on mobile data to supply the need of connectivity is emerging continuously.
However, an increase in demand for skilled labors due to difficulty in installation and design, network interference due to building size and materials, and data privacy and security concerns are the major restraints, which obstruct the growth of the global in-building wireless market.
As organizations focus on persistent wireless application access, better quality of service, and obedience with the local safety norms, the adoption of in-building wireless systems is proliferating. The wireless solutions are anticipated to gain power with customer's selection criterions shifting to coherent coverage, better data performance, and seamless connectivity.
Ericsson, AT&T Inc., Alcatel-Lucent, Anixter Inc. TE Connectivity Ltd, Cobham PLC, Corning Incorporated, CommScope Inc., Betacom Inc., Smiths Group PLC, and Verizon are some of the competitors of the global in-building wireless market.