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NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
PLUNKETT'S WIRELESS, WI-FI, RFID & CELLULAR INDUSTRY ALMANAC 2013
Key Features:• Industry trends analysis, market data and competitive intelligence
• Market forecasts and Industry Statistics
• Industry Associations and Professional Societies List
• In-Depth Profiles of hundreds of leading companies
• Industry Glossary
• Buyer may register for access to search and export data at Plunkett Research Online
Pages: 483Statistical Tables Provided: 11Companies Profiled: 325Geographic Focus: Global
A complete market research report, including forecasts and market estimates, technologies analysis and developments at innovative firms. You will gain vital insights that can help you shape your own strategy for business development, product development and investments.
-How is the industry evolving?
-How is the industry being shaped by new technologies?
-How is demand growing in emerging markets and mature economies?
-What is the size of the market now and in the future?
-What are the financial results of the leading companies?
-What are the names and titles of top executives?
-What are the top companies and what are their revenues?
Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include:
Major Trends Affecting the Wireless, Wi-Fi, RFID & Cellular Industry1) Introduction to the Wireless Industry 2) 3G Cellular Systems, Including EV-DO, Are Enhanced/HSPA+ Offers High Speed Competition to 4G 3) LTE Offers 4G High-Speed Wireless Networks 4) Wi-Fi Is Pervasive and Indispensible 5) MIMO (802.11n) Enhances WiMAX, the High-Speed Wireless Wave6) Bluetooth Provides Wireless Connectivity to Millions of Cellphones and Other Devices 7) Handset Makers Adopt Android, Push Advanced 3G and 4G Smartphones 8) RFID Drives Inventory Management Evolution9) Supply Chain Management (SCM) Software Combines with Wireless 10) Self-Check-In Kiosks, RFID and Other New Technologies Save Labor Costs for Airlines and Hotels 11) Wireless Information Systems Surge Ahead in Vehicles: Telematics, ITS and More 12) Cellular Phone Subscriptions Worldwide Top 5.9 Billion 13) Cellphones Revolutionize Life in Emerging Nations/mChek and M-PESA Enable Remote Banking 14) Chinese, Indian and African Cellphone Markets Skyrocket 15) Wireless Devices Become a Fast-Growing Market for Electronic Games/Angry Birds Major Success 16) Kindle, Tablets like iPad and Smartphones like iPhone Deliver Entertainment/eBook Sales Soar17) Video Via Cellphone and Mobile TV Gain Subscribers 18) GPS and Location Based Services (LBS) Enhance Cellphone Subscriptions19) Location Based Advertising and Mobile Advertising on Cellphones Grow Quickly20) Apple Rules in Apps/Android Plays Catch-up 21) Smartphones Aid Wireless Payments/Square Soars as a Mobile Merchant Transaction System 22) In-Flight Wireless Takes Off 23) M2M: Wireless Sensor Networks to Boom/Nanotechnology Applications are Promising 24) Nanotechnology & MEMS Applications in Optics and Displays Lead to a Breakthrough in Wireless Device Screens 25) Carriers Eliminate Unlimited Access Plans for Smartphones and Landlines; Up Profit Potential 26) Voice Recognition Changes the Wireless World
Wireless, Wi-Fi, RFID & Cellular Industry Statistics
1) Wireless, Wi-Fi, RFID & Cellular Industry Overview 2) Internet Access Technologies Compared3) Wireless Quick Facts, U.S. 1996-2011 4) Wireless Standards & Speeds 5) Number of Business & Residential High Speed Internet Lines, U.S.: 2004-2011 6) Top Mobile Operators by Number of Subscribers, Worldwide 7) Cellular & Other Wireless Telecommunications, Selected Expenses, U.S. Firms: 2007-2010 8) Cellular & Other Wireless Telecommunications, Estimated Sources of Revenue, U.S.: 2007-2010 9) Satellite Telecommunications, Selected Expenses, U.S. Firms: 2007-2010 10) Satellite Telecommunications, Estimated Sources of Revenue: 2007-2010 11) Wireless Telecommunications Industry (Except Satellite) Employment, U.S.: 2002-2011
Table of Contents
PLUNKETT'SWIRELESS, WI-FI, RFID & CELLULARINDUSTRY ALMANAC 2013CONTENTSA Short Wireless, Wi-Fi, RFID & Cellular Industry Glossary xIntroduction 1How To Use This Book 3Chapter 1: Major Trends in the Wireless, Wi-Fi, RFID & Cellular Industry 71) Introduction to the Wireless Industry 82) 3G Cellular Systems, Including EV-DO, Are Enhanced/HSPA+ Offers High SpeedCompetition to 4G 103) LTE Offers 4G High-Speed Wireless Networks 114) Wi-Fi Is Pervasive and Indispensible 115) MIMO (802.11n) Enhances WiMAX, the High-Speed Wireless Wave 136) Bluetooth Provides Wireless Connectivity to Millions of Cellphones and Other Devices 137) Handset Makers Adopt Android, Push Advanced 3G and 4G Smartphones 148) RFID Drives Inventory Management Evolution 159) Supply Chain Management (SCM) Software Combines with Wireless 1710) Self-Check-In Kiosks, RFID and Other New Technologies Save Labor Costs for Airlinesand Hotels 1811) Wireless Information Systems Surge Ahead in Vehicles: Telematics, ITS and More 1912) Cellular Phone Subscriptions Worldwide Top 5.9 Billion 2113) Cellphones Revolutionize Life in Emerging Nations/mChek and M-PESA Enable RemoteBanking 2114) Chinese, Indian and African Cellphone Markets Skyrocket 2215) Wireless Devices Become a Fast-Growing Market for Electronic Games/Angry BirdsMajor Success 2316) Kindle, Tablets like iPad and Smartphones like iPhone Deliver Entertainment/eBookSales Soar 2417) Video Via Cellphone and Mobile TV Gain Subscribers 2518) GPS and Location Based Services (LBS) Enhance Cellphone Subscriptions 2619) Location Based Advertising and Mobile Advertising on Cellphones Grow Quickly 2720) Apple Rules in Apps/Android Plays Catch-up 2921) Smartphones Aid Wireless Payments/Square Soars as a Mobile Merchant TransactionSystem 3022) In-Flight Wireless Takes Off 3123) M2M: Wireless Sensor Networks to Boom/Nanotechnology Applications are Promising 3224) Nanotechnology & MEMS Applications in Optics and Displays Lead to a Breakthrough inWireless Device Screens 3325) Carriers Eliminate Unlimited Access Plans for Smartphones and Landlines; Up ProfitPotential 3526) Voice Recognition Changes the Wireless World 36Chapter 2: Wireless, Wi-Fi, RFID & Cellular Industry Statistics 37Wireless, Wi-Fi, RFID & Cellular Industry Overview 38Internet Access Technologies Compared 39Wireless Quick Facts, U.S. 1996-2011 40Wireless Standards & Speeds 41Number of Business & Residential High Speed Internet Lines, U.S.: 2004-2011 42Top Mobile Operators by Number of Subscribers, Worldwide 43Cellular & Other Wireless Telecommunications, Selected Expenses, U.S. Firms: 2007-2010 44Cellular & Other Wireless Telecommunications, Estimated Sources of Revenue, U.S.: 2007-2010 45Satellite Telecommunications, Selected Expenses, U.S. Firms: 2007-2010 46Satellite Telecommunications, Estimated Sources of Revenue: 2007-2010 47Wireless Telecommunications Industry (Except Satellite) Employment, U.S.: 2002-2011 48Chapter 3: Important Wireless, Wi-Fi, RFID & Cellular Industry Contacts 49Addresses, Telephone Numbers and Internet SitesChapter 4: THE WIRELESS 325:Who They Are and How They Were Chosen 78Industry List, With Codes 79Index of Companies Within Industry Groups 81Alphabetical Index 89Index of U.S. Headquarters Location by State 92Index of Non-U.S. Headquarters Location by Country 94Index by Regions of the U.S. Where the Firms Have Locations 96Index by Firms with Operations Outside the U.S. 102Individual Profiles on each of THE WIRELESS 325 105Additional IndexesIndex of Hot Spots for Advancement for Women/Minorities 432Index of Subsidiaries, Brand Names and Selected Affiliations 433
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