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In-building Wireless Market Size By Component (Infrastructure {DAS, Small Cell [Femtocell, Microcell, Ficocell]}, Service {Network Consulting, Integration & Deployment, Support & Maintenance}), By Deployment (Urban, Rural), By End-User (Commercial, Healthcare, Industrial, Government, Residential), COVID-19 Impact Analysis, Growth Potential, Regional Outlook, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2023 – 2032

  • Report ID: GMI4881
  • Published Date: Dec 2022
  • Report Format: PDF

Industry Drivers

In-Building Wireless Market size exceeded USD 15 billion in 2022 and is anticipated to record 10% CAGR from 2023 to 2032.
 

Growing demand for intelligent and smart devices, and an increase in the number of smartphone users across the globe with influence the market trends. Consumption of mobile internet has increased rapidly over the last 10 years as mobile devices evolved from just a means for voice communication to smart devices with sophisticated multi-function capabilities. According to estimates, smartphone subscriptions are expected to reach 7,690 million by 2027 from 6,560 million in 2022.
 

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Commercialization of the next-generation 5G network is likely to foster the in-building wireless market growth. For instance, in October 2022, the Indian government launched 5G services in the country Companies such as Reliance, Vi, Airtel, and BSNL are in the race to offer 5G connectivity across India. Rising demand for improved cellular and broadband coverage will encourage companies to shift to faster networks, thereby bolstering the industry outlook.

 

Mounting number of cyberattacks to hamper the industry growth

Concerns about data privacy and security are major impediments to in-building wireless market growth. The growing frequency of cyberattacks around the world raises privacy and security concerns among in-building wireless and RAN users. C-centralized RAN's architecture is vulnerable to a variety of threats, including single points of failure, intrusion attacks, and cyberattacks. Nonetheless, positive efforts by market players to improve the cyber security features of their devices in order to prevent customers from becoming victims of cyber attackers are expected to combat this issue.
 

Soaring use of smartphones to accelerate in-building wireless infrastructure deployment

In terms of components, the infrastructure component segment recorded over 75% market share in 2022, driven by the surging penetration of smartphones which is resulting in increased demand for base stations to improve cellular network connections. For instance, small cells are preferred by small cell sites such as small offices and homes to enhance cellular coverage.
 

High applicability of small cell infrastructure across low-power range mobile base stations

In 2022, the small cell infrastructure segment garnered over 27% revenue share of the in-building wireless market. The small cell in-building infrastructure includes low-power range mobile base stations that provide cellular coverage to sparsely populated areas. Small cells can be deployed in a variety of existing infrastructures, including bus stops, information booths, billboards, street manholes, and light poles.
 

Wide application in huge coverage area to help picocell infrastructure gain traction

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Based on small cell, the picocell segment will witness 11% CAGR through 2032. A picocell increases cellular coverage within buildings. It can be used to extend wireless services to the interiors of buildings and other locations that the network cannot reach. Furthermore, it is well suited to applications requiring huge coverage footprints, such as metropolitan streets and outdoor theme parks. Picocells provide multiple benefits of small cells like improving data throughput for users and increasing capacity in the mobile network.
 

Lack of adequate network infrastructure in rural areas to accelerate use of in-building wireless solutions

Based on deployment, the rural in-building wireless market is set to depict around 25.5% CAGR till 2032. The segment's expansion can be attributed to inadequate telecommunications infrastructure rural areas which prevents users from having better cellular service. It is expensive to extend cellular coverage to remote places using traditional LTE methods. Several companies are initiating partnerships to extend their services to rural areas. In December 2021, Ericsson announced a partnership with Nex-Tech Wireless to commercially launch the latter’s 5G capabilities in rural Kansas.
 

Need for advanced network connection in industrial buildings to foster the industry expansion

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The industrial segment is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 9% CAGR during the forecast timeframe. Modern industrial facilities include cutting-edge sensor technology, machinery, transport vehicles, etc. In-building wireless solutions assist businesses in integrating industrial components and devices.
 

Favorable government initiatives to aid the market growth

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In the regional context, the Asia Pacific in-building wireless market will expand at 11% CAGR during the forecast period, due to a number of government efforts for the extensive digitalization of urban infrastructure in nations like China, South Korea, and India, the Asia Pacific region is emerging as a highly attractive market for telecom equipment producers and operators.
 

Product innovations and developments to boost the industry outlook

Some of the leading companies operating in the in-building wireless market include Huawei, Samsung Electronics, Fujitsu Limited, and Airspan. These companies majorly focus on new product launches, favorable partnership deals, and growth mergers and acquisitions to improve their market standing. For instance, in May 2022, Nokia Corporation, a telecommunications firm, launched MX Boost for private wireless. Utilizing MX Boost, businesses may combine spectrum and radio technologies like Wi-Fi and 4.9G/LTE to maximize determinism, or the network's capacity to deliver performance even under adverse radio conditions for real-time applications.
 

Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the in-building wireless market trends

The demand for wireless connections peaked during the COVID-19 pandemic. Government restrictions and strict lockdowns compelled people to adhere to work-from-home policies, promoting the usage of social media to maintain connections in both urban and rural locations. Moreover, innovations and initiatives undertaken by in-building wireless companies encouraged people to incorporate Wi-Fi solutions with varied services and plans at homes and commercial spaces.
 

This in-building wireless market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry with estimates & forecast in terms of revenue in USD from 2018 to 2032 for the following segments:

Market, By Component

  • Infrastructure
    • DAS
    • Small cell
      • Femtocell
      • Microcell
      • Picocell
  • Service
    • Network Consulting
    • Integration & Deployment
    • Support & Maintenance

Market, By Deployment

  • Urban
  • Rural

Market, By End-user

  • Commercial
  • Healthcare
  • Industrial
  • Government
  • Residential

The above information has been provided for the following regions and countries:

  • North America
    • U.S.
    • Canada
  • Europe
    • UK
    • Germany
    • France
    • Italy
    • Spain
    • Russia
    • Netherlands
  • Asia Pacific
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • South Korea
    • Australia
    • Southeast Asia
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Mexico
    • Argentina
    • Colombia
  • Middle East & Africa
    • South Africa
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Israel
    • UAE

 

Authors: Preeti Wadhwani

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) :

The market size for in-building wireless crossed USD 15 billion in 2022 and is set to progress at over 10% CAGR during 2023 to 2032, says this GMI report.
The industrial end-user segment is anticipated to witness around 9% growth rate between 2023 and 2032 owing to its ability to assist businesses in integrating industrial components and devices.
The small cell segment is poised to garner over 27% of the revenue share in 2022 as a result of its wide applicability due to its high data accessibility to low-power range mobile base stations.
The market for in-building wireless in Asia Pacific is slated to expand at more than 11% CAGR through 2032 because of government efforts for the extensive digitalization of urban infrastructure.

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  • Base Year: 2022
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