Global 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets Market Insights 2019-2026: Broadcom Corporation, Celeno …

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Chapter 1, Definition, Specifications and Classification of 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets , Applications of 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets , Market Segment by Regions;

Chapter 2, Manufacturing Cost Structure, Raw Material and Suppliers, Manufacturing Process, Industry Chain Structure;

Chapter 3, Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis of 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets , Capacity and Commercial Production Date, Manufacturing Plants Distribution, R&D Status and Technology Source, Raw Materials Sources Analysis;

Chapter 4, Overall Market Analysis, Capacity Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Analysis (Company Segment), Sales Price Analysis (Company Segment);

Chapter 5 and 6, Regional Market Analysis that includes United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan, 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets Segment Market Analysis (by Type);

Chapter 7 and 8, The 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets Segment Market Analysis (by Application) Major Manufacturers Analysis of 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets ;

Chapter 9, Market Trend Analysis, Regional Market Trend, Market Trend by Product Type 802.11ac Wave 1, 802.11ac Wave 2, Others, Market Trend by Application Computer (Notbook and Desktop PC), Smart Home Devices, Mobile Phone, Others;

Chapter 10, Regional Marketing Type Analysis, International Trade Type Analysis, Supply Chain Analysis;

Chapter 11, The Consumers Analysis of Global 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets ;

Chapter 12, 802.11ac Wi-Fi Chipsets Research Findings and Conclusion, Appendix, methodology and data source;

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Qualcomm says carriers need to get serious about Wi-Fi

San Francisco. QUALCOMM Inc said that telecommunications service providers need to jump on new technology coming to Wi-Fi or risk losing the …

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QUALCOMM Inc said that telecommunications service providers need to jump on new technology coming to Wi-Fi or risk losing the chance to exploit the flood of data being created by their customers.

The company is offering new chips that will enable Wi-Fi 6 connections in new wireless networking gear for homes and businesses.

The technology allows more connections simultaneously and access to a broader range of radio frequencies, which enables faster data transmission.

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Mesh networks, groups of small access points that relay signals and increase coverage, are the key to the improved technology, according to Qualcomm president Cristiano Amon. His company is trying to expand its customer list at a time when the electronics industry is arguing that there will be an explosion of connected devices on new 5G cellular networks.

To underscore its point, the chipmaker notes that the number of connected devices per household has doubled every two years since 2012 and will average 24 by 2020.

In addition, there will be four billion connected devices in the workplace by 2022. Phone service providers need to embrace the transition if Wi-Fi is to continue as the home and office technology that supports cellular by handling traffic indoors.

They will also need to shift from providing their customers with only basic modems to investing more in that technology, Mr Amon said. “We expect to see a change in the carrier view to Wi-Fi first,” he said on Tuesday an event in San Francisco.

If service providers do not offer the latest gear to their subscribers, major cloud companies such as Amazon.com Inc will step in, offering products to users and taking advantage of their positions as managers of the connected devices and the flood of data that they create, Mr Amon said.

Qualcomm’s Atheros division competes with Broadcom Inc to be the major supplier of chips that drive Wi-Fi access points. BLOOMBERG

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Qualcomm targets Wi-Fi market, eyes beyond smartphone chips

On Tuesday, the San Diego, California-based American multination chipmaker, Qualcomm Inc. had issued a statement saying that the chipmaking …

On Tuesday, the 27th of August 2019, the San Diego, California-based American multination chipmaker, Qualcomm Inc. had issued a statement saying that the chipmaking goliath had rolled out a new range of Wi-Fi chips designed to act alongside Wi-Fi 6, adding that the Chipmaker was expecting its newest version of Wi-Fi technology would boost up sales of its separate 5G modem chips.

Although, Qualcomm Inc. has been the largest supplier for mobile phone chips, yet it was seeking for an expansion beyond smartphone chips amid a calamitous backdrop of global phone markets, which had failed to grow over the recent years.

On top of that, the CA-based chipmaking mogul had been holding forth further into chips for headphones, laptops, automobiles and other devices amid a stagnant smartphone market. Further into the bid, the US-based multinational chipmaker, Qualcomm Inc.

had also been working with big-league smart phone manufacturers likes of South Korea’s Samsung Electronics to develop fifth-generation modem chips. Meanwhile, followed by Tuesday (August 27th) statement, adding that the company was expected to reach far beyond smartphone chips in a near-term outlook, Qualcomm Inc.’s President and head of its Chip division, Cristiano Amon said in an interview, “You should expect in the future to see us talking about integrated platforms that have both millimetre-wave and Wi-Fi 6. ”

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Is 5G or Wi-Fi 6 the Future for IoT?

Be if 5G or Wi-Fi technology, both are susceptible to hacks. … Before we begin, let’s understand what these emerging technologies are all about and …
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The future is just around the corner. The next-generation wireless standard Wi-Fi 6 and 5G are both crucial for the future. Wi-Fi security and Wi-Fi threats would quadruple with the broad implementation of network technology. What about IoT?

Since decades, any advancements in technology is expected to revolutionize IoT, with blazing speeds, low power requirements, and high bandwidth. This time around, with 5G and Wi-Fi 6 hitting the market in 2019, dialogues have begun such as whether 5G or Wi-Fi 6 will take the lead for IoT. Truth be told, Wi-Fi 6 and 5G may actually be common.

As Wi-Fi threats increase on a daily basis, it’s getting tough securing your digital existence. Be if 5G or Wi-Fi technology, both are susceptible to hacks. Amplify your Wi-Fi security before you fall victim to a hack.

With the introduction of Wi-Fi 6 and 5G, governments and businesses are hopeful it will pave the way for an efficient flow of communication with the rest of the world. Before we begin, let’s understand what these emerging technologies are all about and why they’re exciting for the future of IoT.

The Future of Wi-Fi – Wi-Fi 6

While Wi-Fi networks are thought of something that helps you connect to the internet wirelessly, that’s not all that they do. From sending files to others connected to the network to turn your smartphone into a remote control, Wi-Fi standards have come a long way.

Wi-Fi 6, the next generation of wireless, is based on the IEEE 802.11 ax standard. The technology is also known as Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 which is believed to enable lower battery consumption in smart devices, making it most preferred in nearly any environment, especially with smart home devices or the Internet of Things (IoT).

Given that Wi-Fi 6 is on its way to transforming the way we interact and do business, here’s an outlook on its key elements:

  • Potentially higher data rates – as with anything new as especially a futuristic wireless standard, the initial data rates will definitely be higher and may stay constant for some time.

  • The recently developed network standard will boast improved capacity, meaning you can send and receive large files at instantaneous speeds.

  • Improved coverage and performance as opposed to its predecessor in settings where numerous devices are connected.

  • By far, the most anticipated function is its improved power efficiency, which would not only consume less power but be light on the smartphone’s batteries.

In theory, Wi-Fi 6 is expected to be four times faster in areas where several devices are connected to the same network. Also, Wi-Fi 6 will offer much higher bandwidth than Wi-Fi 5. As our devices can withstand improved speeds and require high speeds in some cases, increased internet service will prove to be beneficial for devices as they will be able to take full advantage of augmented speeds.

5G – Enhanced Speed

5G technology is the term coined as the fifth generation cellular technology that will take the place of 4G LTE. Usually, mobile networks have dominated densely populated areas where Wi-Fi networks aren’t readily accessible. The next-gen mobile network will boost network coverage in regions that weren’t thought of before.

As you can expect, 5G cellular connections will be remarkably speedy. Hence, offering higher speeds than the fastest LTE speeds that are currently available. Speed is one thing, what really sets this new spectrum apart is its ability to provide more bandwidth to users, like the Wi-Fi 6. This convenience will allow more devices to easily connect on networks and experience blazing-fast speeds without any network congestion.

The Future of IoT with 5G and Wi-Fi 6

Now that we have a sound understanding of 5G and Wi-Fi 6, let’s understand how improved speed would help IoT devices.

Since a long time, humans have been fascinated by speed. As you would expect, speed is what’s essential to run IoT devices smoothly and make full use of them. By nature, IoT devices are designed to send and receive large sums of information in less time with less power consumption. The widespread adaptation of 5G and Wi-Fi 6 will enable IoT devices to be always-connected and require less power and improved battery life.

As such, IoT devices may come equipped with SIM cards that can easily connect to a 5G network. While the rollout of 5G and Wi-Fi 6 may take a few months, it’s safe to say that the introduction of these bands will definitely benefit IoT devices.

What Does that Say about Wi-Fi Security?

As more and more devices will connect to public Wi-Fi networks with rather fast internet speeds, it’s likely that they’ll be susceptible to Wi-Fi threats. Since a large number of devices will connect to the internet and enjoy rapid internet speeds, hackers and alike will find it convenient to pry on your devices as their efforts will be minimized with potential upside in their targets.

On the other hand, the introduction of IoT devices on the wide web threatens to expose your private networks. As IoT hasn’t fully developed, there are security loopholes in devices which could be just the entry points needed by cybercriminals. It’s best to equip yourself with Wi-Fi security so that your digital presence is fully secured.

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Qualcomm targets Wi-Fi market in push to expand beyond phones

Qualcomm Inc recently announced a new range of Wi-Fi chips designed to work with Wi-Fi 6, the newest version of the technology and one that …
Qualcomm Inc recently announced a new range of Wi-Fi chips designed to work with Wi-Fi 6, the newest version of the technology and one that Qualcomm hopes will help boost sales of its separate 5G chips.

Qualcomm is the world’s biggest supplier of mobile phone chips, but has been looking to expand beyond that as the global phone market has stagnated in recent years.

The San Diego-based tech company has instead been pushing into chips for automobiles, headphones, laptops and other devices. Its Wi-Fi chips are found in devices such as the “mesh” Wi-Fi routers made by Alphabet Inc’s Google, which are designed to help provide better coverage over an entire household.

Separately, Qualcomm is also working with phonemakers such as Samsung Electronics Co to bring chips for 5G to phones.

With the new series of Wi-Fi chips, Qualcomm is hoping its two lines of business will one day come together. Both Wi-Fi 6, a new standard expected to be fully rolled out by 2022, and 5G technology differ from their predecessors in that they are designed to work more closely together, allowing Wi-Fi routers to more seamlessly connect with mobile phones and other devices that use both kinds of networks.

Moreover, unlike previous 4G technology where networks were primarily owned by telecommunications companies, 5G technology will allow businesses to build their own private 5G networks to better connect large campuses, factories and other locations that remain difficult to blanket with Wi-Fi.

Cristiano Amon, Qualcomm’s President and chief of its chip division, said the company hopes to one day sell chips for both technologies to the makers of business-networking gear. “You should expect in the future to see us talking about integrated platforms that have both millimeter-wave and Wi-Fi 6.”

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