Global Femtocells Market 2009-2013
Date- 24 May 2010 No of Pages- 27
Femtocells are small wireless communication systems, mainly designed for use in residential or small business environments. They have the ability to connect to a solution provider's network through broadband (like DSL). The number of mobile and broadband users, around the globe, is increasing manifold. This is due to an increase in the demand for bandwidth intensive applications, faster access to information, and increasing number of activities performed on the Internet. However, many of these users face network accessibility or coverage issues in certain places; like inside the buildings, basements, homes, etc.
Femtocells support many (4-16) active users at a time. This results in femtocells providing optimum network coverage without any congestion, as compared to larger base stations. A larger base-station handles multiple users simultaneously, resulting in high network congestion and lower data rates. Moreover, a femtocell based connection delivers higher data rates per active user in comparison to a larger base-station; thus, leading to higher performance of femtocells. High performance femtocells also provide improved multimedia experience. Access and transfer of multimedia content to laptops and smart-phones are also simplified; resulting in richer multimedia and network experience; thus, driving the Femtocells market.
Hybrid Mobile Networks (HMN) can be described as a combination of femtocells and wired IP broadband. Initially, the large base-stations were wholly used and maintained by the network operators, and secured by their own equipment and leased-line services. However, presently, with the emergence of HMN, operators can make use of their existing base-stations and the broadband services used by the client. This results in reduction in network latency or loss of bandwidth. Moreover, femtocells used in the HMN are being connected to the network through the wired IP broadband connection, implemented at the client's enterprise setting. Thus, leading to an increased focus on security and mobility gateways. The operators are able to concentrate more on protecting the integrity of the user who connects through the femtocell network. It also enables seamless transition between the base-stations and femtocells to improve network coverage.
This report by TechNavio Insights highlights the scope of the Global Femtocells market 2009-2013. Further, it discusses the key market trends, drivers, growth inhibitors, and a few major vendors of the market.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents:
2. Market Size and Forecast
3. Geographic Segmentation
3.1.Market Size in Americas
3.2.Market Size in APAC
3.3.Market Size in EMEA
4. Market Trends in Femtocells Market
5. Market Drivers in Femtocells Market
6. Market Challenges in Femtocells Market
8. Related Reports in this Series
List of Exhibits
Exhibit 2.1: Global Femtocells Market Size and Forecast 2009-2013 (In $million)
Exhibit 3.1: Femtocells Market Segmentation 2009
Exhibit 3.2: Femtocells Market Size in Americas - 2009-2013 (in $million)
Exhibit 3.3: Femtocells Market Size in APAC - 2009-2013 (in $million)
Exhibit 3.4: CFD Market Size in EMEA - 2009-2013 (in $million)