Is High Definition Video the Only Killer App for High Speed Wireless Connectivity?
A new West Technology Research Solutions report forecasts the growth and development of the high speed wireless connectivity market and identifies key applications, IP holdings, and alliance activities. The report includes a five-year forecast of dominant technologies.
“WHDI is positioned as a leader in the market for streaming of wireless video content applications today and is forecast to maintain market dominance through 2015,” according to Kirsten West, PhD, Principal Analyst with WTRS. “WHDI is optimized for wireless video applications and has achieved significant growth over the last few quarters. Protocols such as WiGig and WirelessHD are likely to address both streaming video and bulk data transfer in consumer electronics and enterprise applications.”
The new market report provides analysis of how emerging wireless technologies will meet the market requirements for Wireless Video Connectivity products and applications. The report includes an evaluation of the dominant technical options to provide Wireless Video Connectivity including UWB, IEEE 802.11 and 60GHz.
- Analysis of existing and proposed solutions including Wireless USB, WirelessHD, WHDI, Wi-Di and WiGig.
- Analysis of key IP holdings, alliance activities and strategic developments by industry participants.
- The report provides 5-year forecasts of dominant emerging Wireless Video Connectivity technologies on a global basis.
Report Title: Wireless Video Connectivity - A WTRS Q2 2010 Report
No. Pages: 33 pages
Publication Date: June 16, 2010
More information at www.wtrs.net/wlsvidconn.htm
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