Wi-Fi Connected Devices Shipment Forecast


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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Worldwide Wi-Fi Connected Devices Shipment Forecast, 2015-2019"report to their offering.

Driven by the flourishing demand for smartphones and IoT (Internet of Things), global shipment volume of Wi-Fi (Wireless-Fidelity) connected devices reached around 2.27 billion units in 2014, up 18% year-on-year. In anticipation of continued strong demand in the future for PCs, smart handheld devices and broadband CPE (Customer Premise Equipment), a wide range of ICT brands and new internet service providers are poised to deepen deployment by connecting more devices to IoT with Wi-Fi technology. This report presents the data about Wi-Fi connected devices and examines the development of their major applications.

Key Topics:

  • Development of worldwide Wi-Fi connected devices and includes shipment volume and volume share forecast until 2019
  • Wi-Fi connected device shipment volume and volume share by application, including notebook PC, desktop PC, tablet, printer, smartphone, smart TV, BD/DVD player, game console, e-reader, PND, smart appliance, IP camera, IoT, STB, broadband CPE, AP/router, during the period 2014-2019

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