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Europe In-building Wireless Market Size By Deployment, By Component, By End-user, Research Report, Country Outlook, Trends, Growth Prospects, Competitive Industry Share & Forecasts, 2020 - 2026


Increasing demand for wider and more efficient wireless communication systems will favor trends for in-building wireless market in Europe. The industry will reportedly go past the $4 billion mark by the year 2026. Today, with several innovations taking place in the industry, many real-estate developers are going for high-quality parts like low-emission glass windows and doors and steel-reinforced floors to be installed in their buildings. 
However, using these components creates network issues for people working inside them, which eventually creates a lot of issues. Builders are now using small cell base stations to enhance the network connectivity in these buildings. Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is a segment of in-building wireless market in Europe that enjoyed a market share of more than 70% in 2019 and is expected to grow more in the future as well. 
The reason for this is the growing need to install these systems in highly populated areas such as airports, shopping malls and hospitals. Vast areas like these require high speed network because they constantly need to stay connected to receive regular updates. Various governments are also bringing out policies supporting the setup of DAS in smart cities to help them get better access to network system.
Rural regions can act as a high-potential market for in-building wireless infrastructure in Europe. They are the most deprived when it comes to getting access to good network systems. They also have a poorly set up telecommunication infrastructure that does not provide good network coverage to the natives. The setting up of RAN stations across the rural region will help expand good network coverage to these areas.
Small cell station demand will foster Europe in-building wireless market outlook as they are a much cheaper and convenient alternative to macro-cell stations. These stations provide network facility to areas that are scarcely populated. They also don't require a whole range of infrastructure to be set up and can be installed anywhere from bus stops, billboards, lamp posts to street manholes.
The application of in-building wireless infrastructure will see swift increase in urban areas due to rapid migration. As more places go urban, there is increased need to have good network coverage, especially in public utility infrastructure like hospitals, highways, railway stations, airports and entertainment centers. The urban population uses internet services at a much higher rate and this demand majorly stems from there.
The commercial sector of in-building wireless market is also expected to grow at a steady rate because most commercial building owners want to put up wireless network systems to attract more customers to their place. This also increases the real estate value of these places as majority of businesspersons will prefer buying complexes with high-speed network coverage.
The healthcare sector will benefit from the use of in-building wireless infrastructure in Europe. This is because hospitals and other health clinics need to have high-quality network coverage to keep in touch with their staff members and to get health updates of their patients.
Companies offering in in-building wireless solutions are also getting into strategic partnerships with other companies to help develop new products and to find new ways to provide and improve network coverage in regions with varying populations. Some of these companies are Bird Technologies Group, Accelleran NV, Bravo Tech Inc. (Juniper Networks Inc.), CommScope Inc., Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Ltd., Fujitsu, among others.
Report Content

Chapter 1   Methodology & Scope

1.1    Research methodology

1.2    List of data sources

1.2.1    Secondary

1.2.2    Primary

Chapter 2   Market Snapshot

2.1    Europe in-building wireless market snapshot, 2015-2026

Chapter 3   Europe In-building Wireless Trends

3.1    Industry coverage

3.2    Industry size, 2015 -2026

3.3    Impact of COVID-19

3.4    Value chain analysis

3.4.1    Company product snapshot

3.5    Innovation landscape

3.6    Regulatory norms & directives

3.7    Drivers & restraints

3.7.1    Growth drivers

3.7.1.1    Market drivers

3.7.1.2    Market restraints

3.8    Industry analysis -Porter's five forces

3.9    Competitive benchmarking, 2019

3.9.1    Strategy dashboard

3.10    PEST analysis

Chapter 4   Europe In-building Wireless Market, By Component

4.1    Market trends, by component

4.2    Infrastructure

4.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.2    Distributed Antenna System (DAS)

4.2.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.3    Small cell

4.2.3.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.3.2    Femtocell

4.2.3.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.3.3    Picocell

4.2.3.3.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.3.4    Microcell

4.2.3.4.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.4    Service

4.2.4.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.4.2    Network consulting

4.2.4.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.4.3    Integration & deployment

4.2.4.3.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

4.2.4.4    Support & maintenance

4.2.4.4.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

Chapter 5   Europe In-building Wireless Market, By Deployment

5.1    Market trends, by deployment

5.2    Urban

5.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

5.3    Rural

5.3.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

Chapter 6   Europe In-building Wireless Market, By End-user

6.1    Market trends, by end-user

6.2    Commercial

6.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

6.3    Healthcare

6.3.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

6.4    Industrial

6.4.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

6.5    Government

6.5.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

6.6    Residential

6.6.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

Chapter 7   Europe In-building Wireless Market, By Region

7.1    Market trends, by region

7.2    UK

7.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

7.2.2    Market estimates and forecast, by component, 2015-2026

7.2.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, by infrastructure, 2015-2026

7.2.2.1.1    Market estimates and forecast, by small cell, 2015-2026

7.2.2.2    Market estimates and forecast, by service, 2015-2026

7.2.3    Market estimates and forecast, by deployment, 2015-2026

7.2.4    Market estimates and forecast, by end-user, 2015-2026

7.3    Germany

7.3.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

7.3.2    Market estimates and forecast, by component, 2015-2026

7.3.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, by infrastructure, 2015-2026

7.3.2.1.1    Market estimates and forecast, by small cell, 2015-2026

7.3.2.2    Market estimates and forecast, by service, 2015-2026

7.3.3    Market estimates and forecast, by deployment, 2015-2026

7.3.4    Market estimates and forecast, by end-user, 2015-2026

7.4    France

7.4.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

7.4.2    Market estimates and forecast, by component, 2015-2026

7.4.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, by infrastructure, 2015-2026

7.4.2.1.1    Market estimates and forecast, by small cell, 2015-2026

7.4.2.2    Market estimates and forecast, by service, 2015-2026

7.4.3    Market estimates and forecast, by deployment, 2015-2026

7.4.4    Market estimates and forecast, by end-user, 2015-2026

7.5    Italy

7.5.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

7.5.2    Market estimates and forecast, by component, 2015-2026

7.5.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, by infrastructure, 2015-2026

7.5.2.1.1    Market estimates and forecast, by small cell, 2015-2026

7.5.2.2    Market estimates and forecast, by service, 2015-2026

7.5.3    Market estimates and forecast, by deployment, 2015-2026

7.5.4    Market estimates and forecast, by end-user, 2015-2026

7.6    Spain

7.6.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

7.6.2    Market estimates and forecast, by component, 2015-2026

7.6.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, by infrastructure, 2015-2026

7.6.2.1.1    Market estimates and forecast, by small cell, 2015-2026

7.6.2.2    Market estimates and forecast, by service, 2015-2026

7.6.3    Market estimates and forecast, by deployment, 2015-2026

7.6.4    Market estimates and forecast, by end-user, 2015-2026

7.7    Netherlands

7.7.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

7.7.2    Market estimates and forecast, by component, 2015-2026

7.7.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, by infrastructure, 2015-2026

7.7.2.1.1    Market estimates and forecast, by small cell, 2015-2026

7.7.2.2    Market estimates and forecast, by service, 2015-2026

7.7.3    Market estimates and forecast, by deployment, 2015-2026

7.7.4    Market estimates and forecast, by end-user, 2015-2026

7.8    Russia

7.8.1    Market estimates and forecast, 2015-2026

7.8.2    Market estimates and forecast, by component, 2015-2026

7.8.2.1    Market estimates and forecast, by infrastructure, 2015-2026

7.8.2.1.1    Market estimates and forecast, by small cell, 2015-2026

7.8.2.2    Market estimates and forecast, by service, 2015-2026

7.8.3    Market estimates and forecast, by deployment, 2015-2026

7.8.4    Market estimates and forecast, by end-user, 2015-2026

Chapter 8   Company Profiles

8.1    Accelleran NV

8.1.1    Business Overview

8.1.2    Financial Data

8.1.3    Product Landscape

8.1.4    Strategic Outlook

8.1.5    SWOT Analysis

8.2    Bird Technologies Group

8.2.1    Business overview

8.2.2    Financial data

8.2.3    Product landscape

8.2.4    Strategic outlook

8.2.5    SWOT analysis

8.3    Bravo Tech, Inc. (Juniper Networks Inc.),

8.3.1    Business Overview

8.3.2    Financial Data

8.3.3    Product Landscape

8.3.4    Strategic Outlook

8.3.5    SWOT Analysis

8.4    Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Ltd.

8.4.1    Business Overview

8.4.2    Financial Data

8.4.3    Product Landscape

8.4.4    Strategic Outlook

8.4.5    SWOT Analysis

8.5    CommScope, Inc.

8.5.1    Business Overview

8.5.2    Financial Data

8.5.3    Product Landscape

8.5.4    Strategic Outlook

8.5.5    SWOT Analysis

8.6    Corning Incorporated

8.6.1    Business Overview

8.6.2    Financial Data

8.6.3    Product Landscape

8.6.4    Strategic Outlook

8.6.5    SWOT Analysis

8.7    Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson

8.7.1    Business Overview

8.7.2    Financial Data

8.7.3    Product Landscape

8.7.4    Strategic Outlook

8.7.5    SWOT Analysis

8.8    Fujitsu Limited

8.8.1    Business Overview

8.8.2    Financial Data

8.8.3    Product Landscape

8.8.4    Strategic Outlook

8.8.5    SWOT Analysis

8.9    Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

8.9.1    Business Overview

8.9.2    Financial Data

8.9.3    Product Landscape

8.9.4    Strategic Outlook

8.9.5    SWOT Analysis

8.10    NEC Corporation

8.10.1    Business Overview

8.10.2    Financial Data

8.10.3    Product Landscape

8.10.4    Strategic Outlook

8.10.5    SWOT Analysis

8.11    Nokia Corporation

8.11.1    Business Overview

8.11.2    Financial Data

8.11.3    Product Landscape

8.11.4    Strategic Outlook

8.11.5    SWOT Analysis

8.12    Samsung Group

8.12.1    Business Overview

8.12.2    Financial Data

8.12.3    Product Landscape

8.12.4    Strategic Outlook

8.12.5    SWOT Analysis


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