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The North America in-building wireless market is estimated to grow from $1,726.6 million in 2014 to $4,300.6 million by 2019, at a CAGR of 20.0% from 2014 to 2019.
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In-building wireless refers to the set of products, services, and networks deployed for reliable and seamless indoor coverage. The in-building wireless solutions enable a mobile environment through a dependable communication infrastructure. In-building wireless solutions use various system components to deliver communication flexibly and always-on connectivity and mobility, thus improving an individual's productivity. The traditional ways to increase the network capacity have now become obsolete with increasing network congestion and stringent government regulations to obtain permits to build wireless cell sites. With a shift in cell phone usage patterns and enterprises keen on adopting project-oriented business culture, the demand for in-building wireless solutions is on the rise. These solutions provide ubiquitous access anytime and anywhere.
In-building voice and data usage have steadily increased over the past several years. The usage habits have become more common since the last couple of years, and they highlight the importance of reliable, seamless indoor coverage for wireless service providers targeting the enterprise market.
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Mobile connections rely on coverage from macrocells, which are deployed on masts or high buildings to provide coverage to an area of several kilometers. However, when a mobile subscriber is inside a building, materials, such as concrete and steel weaken cellular signals. Even though the coverage from the macrocell does penetrate the building, the signal strength is reduced and can be nonexistent in some areas. In-building coverage is crucial for the user acceptance of 3G services, as a high proportion of cellular traffic originates from inside the building. Despite many cellular users being frustrated with less-than-perfect coverage inside buildings, a large number of people continue to choose cellular as their sole form of telecommunication.
The in-building wireless market is segmented on the basis of solution, system component, business model, end-user, building type, building size, and region. The market is segmented, based on system component, into antennas, cabling, distributed antenna systems (DAS), repeaters, and small cells. Based on by type of business model, the market has been categorized into carrier, enterprise, and host. It has also been segmented based on type of end-user into commercial, government, hospitals, hospitality, industrial, institutions, and retail. The in-building wireless market has been segmented based on the building type into existing and new and by building size into large, medium, and small. The market has been segmented into major countries of the North American region including the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
The European in-building wireless market is expected to grow from $1.17 billion in 2014 to $2.86 billion by 2019, at a CAGR of 19.4% during the forecast period. The overall size of the European in-building wireless market is equal to the sum of the revenues from 'system components' and 'services'.
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