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Home Networks: The Rise of Consumer IT Infrastructure

Published by Frost & Sullivan Product code 336873
Published Content info 20 Pages
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Home Networks: The Rise of Consumer IT Infrastructure
Published: July 30, 2015 Content info: 20 Pages

This report explores the evolving home networking space in terms of recent survey data. It identifies challenges preventing a robust home networking market, and suggests opportunities that remain to be exploited. It will be of interest to communication service providers and those companies providing them technology.

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Product Code: 9941-00-21-00-00

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Executive Summary


The State of Home Networking

Foundations for the Home Network

  • Why the Smart Home is Not So Smart
  • Building on Home Security Systems
  • Using Wi-Fi to Enable Everything
  • Leveraging the Ubiquitous and Simple Inside-the-Home Electric Power Wiring

Home Networking Opportunities

The Last Word

List of Exhibits

  • Exhibit 1: Home Network Penetration (North America, 2015)
  • Exhibit 2: Number of Home Network Devices (North America, 2015)
  • Exhibit 3: Supported Home Network Devices (North America, 2015)
  • Exhibit 4: Multi-room TV (North America, 2015)
  • Exhibit 5: Internet Capable TVs (North America, 2015)
  • Exhibit 6: Interest in Home Automation (North America, 2015)
  • Exhibit 7: The Unsmart Home
  • Exhibit 8: Essence WeR@home Architecture
  • Exhibit 9: Wi-Fi Use (North America, 2015)
  • Exhibit 10: Wi-Fi Standards in Use (North America, 2015)
  • Exhibit 11: Homeplug Alliance (Power-line Data Distribution)
  • Exhibit 12: Home Network: An Extension of the Operator's Network
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