Asia Pacific In-building Wireless Market size was over USD 4 billion in 2019 and is expected to register a lucrative growth of 9% between 2020 and 2026.
The market revenue growth is owing to extensive developments in telecom network and internet infrastructure across the region. In response to extensive digitization across industries, regional government agencies are focusing on enhancing internet infrastructure. For instance, in March 2020, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, launched 20 measures to accelerate the improvisation of industrial internet infrastructure. These measures are developed in accordance with improved security systems to enable sharing of information and technologies through the industrial internet.
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The femtocell infrastructure segment size is anticipated to increase significantly through 2026. Femtocell allows CSPs to offer enhanced indoor network coverage to small locations such as small offices and homes. Femtocells are low-power and low-range cellular base stations that are specially designed for residential or small business spaces. Its range varies from 10 to 50 meter and power varies between 10mW to 200mW.
The demand for network consulting services is expected to grow substantially during the forecast timeline. The lack of technology knowledge affects the company’s decision making in deploying the specific in-building wireless component. The consulting service providers assist companies in identifying suitable infrastructure solutions. The infrastructure complexities also affect the overall network performance in an indoor environment. These service providers analyze the current networking requirements and provide an effective alternative to deploy in-door wireless solutions.
The urban deployment segment will witness steady growth in the Asia Pacific in-building wireless market till 2026. The expansive demand for wireless network infrastructure services across urban environment is fueling the segment growth. The urban infrastructure consists of large stadiums and railway stations. As these facilities are identified as high-traffic areas, enterprises focus on addressing capacity shortfall requirements. The in-building wireless components help them in effectively managing the requirements and ensuring robust indoor connectivity.
In Asia Pacific, the commercial end-user segment will account for 30% market share by 2026. The need for improved wireless connectivity and networking technology developments are propelling the segment demand. For instance, in January 2021, the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute developed the world’s first 5G indoor distributed antenna system with support to 20 Gbps 5G service speed in indoor environments. This launch is anticipated to help in enabling the enhanced wireless connectivity across commercial environments.
China in-building wireless market held around 25% revenue share in 2019 due to technological advancements and innovations in technologies. For instance, in November 2019, after the initial commercialization of 5G networks, the Chinese Government formed an R&D team and started working on 6G networks. The widespread presence of prominent technology enterprises, such as Fujitsu Limited, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., and ZTE Corporation, is contributing to the regional market expansion.
Some of the prominent players operating in the Asia Pacific market include Airspan Networks, Baicells Technologies, Bird Technologies Group, Inc., Bravo Tech, Inc., Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Ltd., CommScope, Inc., Corning Incorporated, Dali Wireless, Fujitsu Limited, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., NEC Corporation, and Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson.
The industry landscape has witnessed several strategic partnerships between enterprises for advanced indoor networking solutions. For instance, in June 2020, Toyota Production Engineering Corporation deployed 5G wireless network across its manufacturing facility through collaboration with Nokia Corporation. This deployment helped the company to support infrastructure digitization and visualization along with enhanced IoT infrastructure processes.