The MulteFire market is driven by rising need for more scalable and better network connectivity for industrial IoT (IIoT) applications and Increasing demand for high-capacity and easy-to-install wireless connectivity networks. Deployment of 5G network, and initiative of MulteFire alliance are expected to provide substantial growth opportunities to players in the MulteFire market.

Small cell devices expected to grow at highest CAGR during the forecast period. The highest growth rate of the MulteFire market for small cell devices is due to the rising demand for reliable and private networks based on unlicensed and shared frequencies would accelerate the deployment of small cells for enterprise applications. Small cells allow service providers to eliminate the requirement for the installation of expensive rooftop systems. Further, they also play a vital role in enhancing network performance. Thus, small cells address diverse network requirements across both outdoor and indoor applications. A few players providing small cells include Airspan, BaiCells, Ericsson, and Ruckus.

The industrial application expected to hold the largest market share. As industrial infrastructure comprises various automated systems, including robotics, automated guided vehicles (AGVs), drones, augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR) technology-based devices, which are working in accordance with each other to develop a product or move it from one location to another. Therefore, high-speed and low-latency data transfer becomes a critical requirement. The growing importance of Industry 4.0 and rising need for secure, reliable, and high-performing connectivity network for IIoT are the key factors driving the demand for MulteFire market. LTE offers extremely secured and high-bandwidth connectivity with predictable latency, but due to its high cost and the requirement for the licensed spectrum, many enterprises are looking for cost-effective networks. Hence, industrial manufacturers focus on using cost-effective and reliable MulteFire technology-based LTE networks, which do not require the licensed spectrum or an anchor tenant.

North America is expected to hold the largest share of the market. North America would be one of the leading regions in terms of the adoption of MulteFire technology-based networks. The MulteFire market growth is likely to be propelled by the initiatives of the MulteFire Alliance to explore opportunities in making LTE technologies available in the unlicensed band for varied applications in several verticals, such as industrial manufacturing, mining, healthcare, and commercial. The region is home to several key companies who are the members of the MulteFire Alliance, such as Qualcomm, Intel, Wave Wireless, SpiderCloud Wireless, T-Mobile, and Verizon. Qualcomm was the first to introduce LTE in unlicensed spectrum (LTE-U). Increasing adoption of IoT devices, industry 4.0 solutions, and smart manufacturing solutions has created the need for a reliable and secure network for data communications; this factor is expected to provide opportunities for the MulteFire market.

Key Market Players Qualcomm (US), Nokia (Finland), Ericsson (Sweden), Huawei (China), Samsung (South Korea), Baicells Technologies (China), Casa Systems (US), Redline Communications (Canada), Ruckus Networks (US), SpiderCloud Wireless (US), Airspan (US), Athonet (Italy), ip.access (UK), Qucell (South Korea), and Quortus (UK)

1.      Introduction

1.1.   Market Definition

1.2.   Study Scope

1.3.   Study Period

1.4.   Market Stakeholders

2.      Research Methodology

2.1.   Secondary Research

2.2.   Primary Research

2.3.   Research Design

2.4.   Data Validation

2.5.   Limitations and Assumptions

3.      Market Dynamics

3.1.   Drivers

3.1.1. Rising Need for More Scalable and Better Network Connectivity for Industrial IoT (IIoT) Applications

3.1.2. Increasing Demand for High-Performance and Easy-to-Deploy Wireless Connectivity Networks

3.1.3. Growing Requirement for Cost-Efficient and High-Capacity Networks

3.2.   Challenges

3.2.1. Delay in Making Decisions Related to Utilization of Shared Spectrum

3.2.2. Development of Ecosystem of MulteFire-Compatible Devices

3.3.   Opportunities

3.3.1. Deployment of 5g Network

3.3.2. Initiatives of MulteFire Alliance to Promote Use of MulteFire

4.      Executive Summary

5.      MulteFire Market, By Device

5.1.   Small cells

5.2.   Switches

5.3.   Controllers

6.      MulteFire Market, By Application

6.1.   Industrial manufacturing

6.2.   Transportation

6.3.   Commercial

6.4.   Healthcare

6.5.   Public venues

6.6.   Hospitality

6.7.   Power generation

6.8.   Oil and gas and mining

7.      MulteFire Market, By Region

7.1.   North America

7.2.   Europe

7.3.   Asia Pacific

7.4.   Rest of the World

8.      Company Profiles

8.1.   Leading Companies in MulteFire Market

8.1.1. Qualcomm

8.1.2. Nokia

8.1.3. Ericsson

8.1.4. Huawei

8.1.5. Samsung Electronics

8.1.6. Baicells Technologies

8.1.7. Casa Systems

8.1.8. Redline Communications

8.1.9. Ruckus Networks

8.1.10.   SpiderCloud Wireless (A Corning Company)

8.2.   Other Companies in MulteFire Market

*Company introduction, financial information, recent developments, SWOT analysis

9.      Conclusion and Recommendations

10.  Appendix


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