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Connectivity in Consumer, Mobile & IT Market Tracker  |  December 31, 2012  | Subscribers Only

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The expanding world of connected devices is becoming more diverse as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) integrate multiple connectivity technologies in a widening range of both consumer and enterprise devices.

The Connectivity in Consumer, Mobile and IT Market Tracker presents quarterly and annual historic and forecast data for the adoption of a variety of connectivity technologies, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Near Field Communications (NFC), FM and Ethernet within approximately 30 key applications. Further technology-specific segmentation is also included, such as technology protocol or antenna configuration on an annual basis. It also presents historic, current and forecast market size data showing both unit shipments and revenues for the various connectivity semiconductor solutions, including revenue market share estimates for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth semiconductor suppliers.

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Liam Quirke

Senior Analyst, Connectivity & IoT

Liam Quirke is a senior analyst within the information technology team at IHS. Liam’s expertise spans from wireline networking technologies such as HomePlug or MoCA through to personal area...

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Stephanie Gibbons

Senior Analyst, Connectivity & IoT

Stephanie Gibbons joined IHS in 2012 as a senior analyst in the company’s information technology group. Her area of coverage includes high-bandwidth connectivity solutions, reporting...

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