DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nbb8bs/hybrid_home) has announced the addition of the "Hybrid Home Networks: Wired Plus Wireless" report to their offering.
Several main factors will drive explosive growth for the market, but service provider deployments and embedded home networking technologies in a plethora of consumer devices will be the main keys to market growth. In addition, a number of technology innovations will make it easier for consumers to take advantage of the benefits offered by a hybrid home network, containing both wired and wireless solutions.
Whereas MoCA will be the leading wired home networking technology in North America over the forecast period, Western and Eastern Europe, and the Asia Pacific region will be led by deployments of HomePlug. However, the rapid growth of G.hn in the Asia Pacific market, after its trials and commercial launch in 2012, promises to propel G.hn to become a major competitor to HomePlug and other technologies over an extended forecast period beyond 2016.
Key Topics Covered:
The Hybrid Home Network
The History and Characteristics of Networking
Overview of Home Networking Technology
The Next Generation of Home Networking
Consumer Market Drivers for the Next Generation Home Network
What Consumers Need from Home Networking
The Bandwidth Substitution Effect
Online Content, Applications and Services Tie it All Together
Consumer-Based Challenges in Home Networking
Home Networking Requirements
Consumer Purchasing Decisions
Network Installation and Management
Home Network Innovations and Deployment Strategies
Home Network Interoperability and Compatibility
Enter IEEE P1905.1
Network Optimization and Remote Management
Other Home Networking Technology Features
Potential Home Networking Development Strategies
Home Networking Forecast and Segmentation
Home Networking Market Forecast by Technology
Home Networking Market Forecast by Region
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- Aware, Inc.
- British Telecom
- Deutsche Telekom
- Gigle Networks
- Pulse Link
- Sigma Designs
- Telefonica S.A.
- Texas Instruments
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Source: Research and Markets