The study describes existing offerings and the smart home value chain as well as its key players. It also identifies the major drivers and barriers of this market’s development.
The report includes market estimates and forecasts for:
- Eight selected countries: the USA, the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, China and Japan
- Five smart home segments: security, energy, lighting, entertainment and home appliances
Estimates are provided in terms of both installed base of connected objects and market revenues.
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Key Findings from Industry’s First 50G PON Webinar
The worldwide fiber deployment has entered into an acceleration phase since the mid 2000’s. Fiber connectivity provides ubiquitous high-speed connectivity to connect everyone and everything from anywhere. Gigabit society is a key pillar for the digital transformation of our society. Based on Idate forecast, worldwide 5G subscriptions will reach more than 2000 million in 2026 and Worldwide FTTH/B subscriptions will be almost 1000 million by 2024. Currently, GPON and 10 GPON technology are under deployment. GPON, as the first generation of PON technology commercialized on a large-scale worldwide, paved the way for fiber technologies since 2009. From 2016, operators have begun to launch 10G PON around the world, especially in Asia. The period to move from one G PON technology to its next evolution is about 5 to 7 years. There is a considerable concern on the follow-up path of 10G PON.