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The European in-building wireless market is estimated to grow from $1.05 billion in 2013 to $2.90 billion by 2019, at a CAGR of 18.3% from 2014 to 2019. This market is growing as the demand for better quality indoor coverage is increasing.

In-building wireless solutions comprise components, services, and networks for consistent interior coverage. These networks would provide better communication flexibility and mobility. Many organizations are setting up in-building wireless systems to increase individual productivity. The European market is growing as IT organizations are looking to have better service for delivery of carriers to core clients in this challenging signals environment.

The in-building wireless network market in Europe is growing because of large structures and poor indoor coverage. Organizations want to solve the problem of increased data traffic over the web and need to support multiple operators. They are looking to provide better signal coverage within a building focusing mainly on voice quality, and increasing the capacity for data-centric and bandwidth consumption services.

This report on the European in-building wireless market gives a detailed insight into the market in this region and its segmentation across various components, business models, and end users. The report also provides a competitive benchmarking of the leading players in this market such as TE Connectivity, Ltd., AT&T Inc., CommScope, Inc., Alcatel-Lucent, and Corning, Inc. The European in-building wireless market report gives the financial analysis, which includes CAGR and market shares of different regions, vendors, overall adoption scenario, competitive landscape, key drivers, restraints, and opportunities.


The European in-building wireless market report has been segmented:
By System Components: Antennas, Cabling, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), Repeaters, and Small Cells
By Business Models: Carrier, Enterprise, and Host
By End Users: Commercial, Governments, Hospitals, Industrial, Institutions, and Retail
By Building Type: Existing and New
Building Size: Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs), and Enterprises

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Solutions Matrix
A comprehensive analysis and benchmarking by system components, by business models, by end-user, by building type, and by building size

Competitive Benchmarking
Value-chain evaluation using events, developments, and market data for vendors in the market ecosystem, across various industrial verticals, market segmentation, and categorization
Identification of hidden opportunities by connecting related markets using cascaded value-chain analysis

Vendor Landscaping
Vendor market watch and predictions, vendor market shares and offerings, categorization of adoption trends, and market dominance (leaders, challengers, and followers)
Entry of tower operators in NA,APAC, EU, MEA, and LA regions

Data Tracker
Regional and country-specific market forecast and analysis
Identification of key end-user segments, by country

Vertical Analysis
Analysis of different industrial verticals by system components, business models, end user, building type, and building size

Emerging Vendor Landscape
Evaluation of tier-2/3 vendors’ market offerings using a 2X2 framework (realizing leaders, challengers, and followers)

Channel Analysis
Analysis of channel/distribution partners/alliances for tier-1 vendors, and application-specific products being built towards the customer end of the value chain

Client Tracker
Listing and analysis

Table Of Contents

Europe In-Building Wireless (By Solutions (Antennas, Das, Repeaters , Small Cells), By Business Models (Host, Carrier, Enterprise), By Technology (PIM (Passive Intermodulation), TD-LTE, Wi-Fi, GUL, Cloud RAN))-Market Size And Forecast (2013-2019)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION 10
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 10
1.2 MARKET SEGMENTATION and COVERAGE 11
1.3 STAKEHOLDERS 11
2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 13
2.1 INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM OF IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET 13
2.2 ARRIVING AT THE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET SIZE 14
2.2.1 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 15
2.2.2 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 16
2.3 DEMAND SIDE APPROACH 17
2.3.1 MACRO INDICATOR-BASED APPROACH 18
2.4 ASSUMPTIONS 19
3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 20
4 MARKET OVERVIEW 22
4.1 INTRODUCTION 22
4.2 EUROPE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET: COMPARISON WITH PARENT MARKET 23
4.3 MARKET DRIVERS AND INHIBITORS 24
4.4 KEY MARKET DYNAMICS 25
4.5 DEMAND SIDE ANALYSIS 27
4.6 VENDOR SIDE ANALYSIS 28
5 EUROPE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST BY SYSTEM COMPONENTS 29
5.1 INTRODUCTION 30
5.2 DEMAND SIDE ANALYSIS 31
5.3 VENDOR SIDE ANALYSIS 32
5.4 EUROPE IN-BULDING WIRELESS IN SMALL CELLS MARKET, BY COUNTRY 33
5.5 IN-BUILDING WIRELESS IN ANTENNA MARKET, BY COUNTRY 34
5.6 IN-BUILDING WIRELESS IN CABLING MARKET, BY COUNTRY 35
5.7 SNEAK VIEW: EUROPE IN-BULDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 36
6 INBUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY BUSINESS MODEL 37
6.1 INTRDUCTION 38
6.2 EUROPE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, TYPE COMPARISON WITH NETWORKING MARKET 39
6.3 EUROPE BUILDING TYPE MARKET, BY COUNTRY 40
6.4 EUROPE NEW BUILDING MARKET, BY COUNTRY 41
6.5 SNEAK VIEW: EUROPE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY TYPE 42
7 IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 43
7.1 INTRODUCTION 44
7.2 VENDOR SIDE ANALYSIS 45
7.3 U.K IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET 45
7.3.1 U.K IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 46
7.3.2 U.K. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY SYSTEM COMPONENT 47
7.3.3 U.K. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY BUSINESS MODEL 48
7.4 GERMANY IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET 49
7.4.1 GERMANY IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 50
7.4.2 GERMANY IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2013 - 2019 (USD MILLION) 50
7.4.3 GERMANY IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY SYSTEM COMPONENT 51
7.4.4 GERMANY IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY BUSINESS MODEL 52
7.5 FRANCE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET 53
7.5.1 FRANCE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 54
7.5.2 FRANCE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY SYSTEM COMPONENT 55
7.5.3 FRANCE IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY BUSINESS MODEL 56
8 IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET: COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 58
8.1 IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET: COMPANY SHARE ANALYSIS 58
8.2 COMPANY PRESENCE IN IN-BUILDING WIRELESS MARKET, BY SYSTEM COMPONENT 59
8.3 MERG

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