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Wireless LAN Chipsets
The WLAN chipset market is red hot, and demand looks set to accelerate as end-user markets continue to expand. But even as designers labor to deliver devices that support all flavors of IEEE 802.11 (a, b, and g, not to mention i and e), vendors have to contend with heavy competition and shrinking margins. How will the major players deal with these challenges? This report holds the answers.
Wireless LAN Chipsets examines the companies and products shaping the red hot IEEE 802.11 chipset market. Use the links below to view the table of contents and sample data extracted from the report:
Table of Contents (0703toc.pdf)
Chipset volumes and the total market value are expected to explode, while prices tumble, according to these two charts. (0703chrt.pdf)
This table summarizes vendor product offerings (names removed). (0703prod.pdf)
The report also estimates 2003 market-share data as well as assessing consolidation and vendor partnerships within the sector.
Publicly held 802.11 chipset vendors analyzed in this report:
Agere Systems Inc. (NYSE: AGR); Broadcom (Nasdaq: BRCM); Intel Corp. (Nasdaq: INTC); Intersil Corp (Nasdaq: ISIL); Marvell (Nasdaq: MRV); Philips Semiconductor (NYSE: PHG); RF Micro Devices Inc. (Nasdaq: RFMD); Texas Instruments (NYSE: TXN)
Privately held 802.11 chipset vendors analyzed in this report:
Atheros; Bermai; Engim; Envara; Icefyre; Magis; Spirea; Synad
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