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Worldwide Enterprise Wireless LAN Equipment 2010-2014 Forecast

Worldwide Enterprise Wireless LAN Equipment 2010-2014 Forecast

Market Study
Published: June 2010
Pages: For full details, please email keithw@cmsinfo.com
Research from: IDC Research
Sector: Networks & Infrastructure

From: GBP 2812.50
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This IDC study examines the market conditions and the opportunity for enterprise-class wireless LAN (WLAN) equipment that complies with IEEE 802.11 standards for the years 2010-2014. This analysis covers worldwide enterprise-class WLAN access points and related enterprise WLAN equipment. This analysis also includes market sizing and forecasts for independent and dependent enterprise-class access points, switch/controller hardware where applicable, and management and control applications designed to streamline the operation of an enterprise wireless LAN system. This IDC study examines the market conditions and the opportunity for enterprise-class wireless LAN (WLAN) equipment that complies with IEEE 802.11 standards for the years 2010-2014. This analysis covers worldwide enterprise-class WLAN access points and related enterprise WLAN equipment. This analysis also includes market sizing and forecasts for independent and dependent enterprise-class access points, switch/controller hardware where applicable, and management and control applications designed to streamline the operation of an enterprise wireless LAN system.

"After a minimal drop during the economic downturn of 2008-2009, the enterprise WLAN market in 2010 is expected to grow a robust 23% to $2.1 billion. What is working in favor of the WLAN market," according to Rohit Mehra, director, Enterprise Communications Infrastructure at IDC, "is the continued trend in enterprises of providing ubiquitous wireless access to help improve operating efficiencies and user productivity, coupled with the final ratification of the high-performance 802.11n standard, many years in the coming. This has helped users look at wireless as a credible, and now mostly necessary, network access technology in the enterprise."

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