Wireless communication chipsets market report identifies the growth of each type of chipset in all major products in the consumer electronics sector; comparison of wireless technologies, their growth and impact on chipsets for consumer electronic devices.
(PRWEB) August 28, 2012
The most common & established wireless chipsets in consumer electronic devices are Wi-Fi and WLAN chipsets, but the market of wireless chipsets has witnessed the launch of novel entries such as Wireless HD & HDMI, WiMAX, LTE and ZigBee chipsets for integration of respective wireless functionalities in various devices. In the current scenario (2012), the wireless chipsets market is one of the fastest growing & most promising segments in the overall semiconductor industry with an overall CAGR more than 25%. Though majority of the current market size (which is more than $7 billion) is due to Wi-Fi & WLAN chipsets, the percentage shares of the new & upcoming chipsets is expected to increase gradually over the next five years, with faster growth rates & higher CAGRs (>30%), in turn boosting the global wireless chipsets market. The overall market for wireless chipsets is expected grow at a rapid rate, with increasing shipment sizes for each of the individual chipset markets, owing to the growing demand in all core high-revenue earning segments of the expanding consumer electronics sector.
This wireless communication chipsets market report covers the global market for the most widely used wireless chipsets – Wi-Fi, WLAN, WiMAX, LTE, Wireless HD & HDMI and ZigBee in all application areas of the consumer electronics sector. The market’s scope does not include the market for any other wireless chipsets and does not include the markets for any of the above mentioned chipsets in other application sectors such as Automotive, Industrial & Power, Medical and Military, Defense & Aerospace sectors. The report’s core aim is to identify the growth of each type of chipset in all major products in the consumer electronics sector; comparison of wireless technologies, their growth and impact on chipsets for consumer electronic devices; extent of possible penetration of each type of chipset in each device; and growth in the shipments of chipsets in accordance with the preference trends in IEEE 802 communication protocols.
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