Global IoT WAN Market Growth Opportunities 2021-2026: White


Dublin, December 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “IoT WAN Market by Cellular and Non-Cellular Technologies and Solutions in Industry Verticals 2021-2026” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

This report assesses IoT WAN technologies, companies and solutions. The report assesses developments in the IoT WAN ecosystem, analyzes use cases, and provides insight into the future of IoT WAN communications. The report includes detailed forecasts for cellular and non-cellular IoT WANs from 2021 to 2026.

Questions answered in the report:

  • Who are the providers of cellular and non-cellular solutions for IoT WAN?
  • Who are the key players in the wireless IoT WAN ecosystem and why?
  • How is the IoT WAN ecosystem accelerating the adoption of certain applications by the IoT?
  • What is the predominant technology for wireless IoT WAN and how does it support applications?
  • Why is Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) considered the key technology for wireless IoT WAN?

Wide Area Network (WAN) communications for the Internet of Things (IoT) is the backbone of machine-to-machine (M2M) signaling for the rapidly evolving IoT ecosystem of applications and services. The three cellular IoT WAN methods are referred to as EC-GSM-IoT / 3GPP, LTE-M / 3GPP, and NB-IoT / 3GPP. There are also alternative, non-cellular, low-power WAN (LPWAN) approaches that allow long-range communications at low bit rate. Each of these technologies has an important role to play in the M2M / IoT ecosystem.

For example, sensors connected to the LPWAN are used for the detection of changes in the physical and / or logical relationship from one object to another and / or to the environment. Physical changes can include temperature, light, pressure, sound, and movement. Logical changes include the presence / absence of an electronically traceable entity, location and / or activity. In an IoT context, physical and logical changes are just as important. These types of solutions are used for many industrial applications in a wide variety of industrial sectors.

In the consumer segment, electronic devices have historically represented stand-alone objects operating in isolation. This is changing rapidly as high-end consumer devices, digital equipment and assets as well as many lower-cost devices gain connectivity through integrated computing and communications. A connected consumer device can be used for a variety of purposes, including entertainment, news, information, and general lifestyle improvement. IoT WANs provide the means for ubiquitous M2M connectivity between consumer devices, manufacturers and service providers.

While the focus is on IoT endpoints and related issues such as security and power, ubiquitous wireless coverage remains the overriding issue for the transformation of traditional M2M networks into global IoT networks. The adoption of IoT connectivity creates substantial opportunities for the LPWAN network, hardware and software services.

Main topics covered:

1.0 Executive summary

2.0 Presentation
2.1 Wide area networks
2.2 WAN technologies
2.3 IoT networks and applications
2.4 IoT and wireless WAN
2.5 Standardization of the IoT WAN
2.6 WAN IoT Growth Engines
2.6.1 Communication protocols
2.6.2 Network topology and interoperability
2.6.3 Smart IoT Network
2.6.4 M2M communications
2.6.5 White box solutions extended to IoT
2.6.6 Smart city initiatives
2.6.7 The rise of low-power wide area networks
2.7 WAN IoT challenges
2.7.1 Safety issues
2.7.2 Continuous feed

3.0 Wireless IoT WAN Technologies
3.1 Alternatives to low power wide area networks
3.2 Characteristics of the LPWAN
3.3 cellular IoT
3.4 Non-cellular IoT
3.5 Cellular and non-cellular IoT WAN comparison
3.6 Need for data compression in LPWAN

4.0 Opportunities with IoT WAN Technology Market
4.1 Need for IoT WAN technology
4.2 Benefits of IoT WAN technology
4.3 LoRa and LoRaWAN are part of the fast growing LPWAN ecosystem
4.4 LoRa and LoRaWAN used in public IoT networks around the world
4.5 Impact of 5G on IoT WAN technology

5.0 Non-cellular organizations

6.0 LPWAN use cases
6.1 LPWAN application landscape
6.2 WAN IoT implementation examples
6.2.1 Kerlink and ClearBlade Offer LoRaWAN IoT-Edge Solution for Smart City and Smart Agriculture Asset Tracking
6.2.2 Adelaide Connected Cities
6.2.3 Greater Geelong City Case Study
6.2.4 Northumbrian Water Case Study

7.0 IoT WAN Connectivity and Service Revenue Forecast

8.0 IoT WAN Connected Device Deployment Forecast 2021 – 2026

9.0 Conclusions and recommendations
9.1 IoT WAN Evolution and Roadmap
9.2 WAN IoT strategies of mobile network operators
9.3 Enterprise IoT WAN Strategies
9.4 LPWAN public access

Companies mentioned

  • 3GPP
  • Aclara
  • AT&T
  • Bouygues Telecom
  • British Telecom
  • Cisco
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • From
  • Ericsson
  • Greenery
  • GSMA
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Ingenuous
  • Intelligence
  • KPN
  • LinkLabs Symphony Link
  • LoRa Alliance
  • Nokia
  • Nwave
  • Orange
  • Proximus
  • Rajant
  • Recent development
  • SemTech
  • Senet
  • SIGFOX
  • SK Telecom
  • Tata Communication
  • Vodafone
  • Weightlessness

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