Set-Top Box Remote Controls to Become Dominant Segment for Zigbee Technology, Says MRG in In-Demand Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
London, UK, Oct 11, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Presently, smart meters form the largest segment for ZigBee; unit shipments in this segment stood at 30 million in 2012. Set-top box remote controls are expected to become the dominant segment for the ZigBee technology by 2017 with annual shipments of above 118 million units. ZigBee vendors are expected to see high sales rise in remote and home controls segments in the offing.
At present, ZigBee meets fierce competition from other RF technologies such as low-power Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in other segments like TV remote controls, and tablets and smartphones, respectively.
In-demand research report "ZigBee Chipset Shipments 2012-2017: ZigBee Has Found its Home" worked out by Multimedia Research Group Inc. (MRG) has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: ZigBee Chipset Shipments 2012-2017: ZigBee Has Found its Home
Published: July, 2013
The report is an essential source of vital information on the ZigBee market. It presents a comprehensive guide to the ZigBee market and forecasts ZigBee and Non-ZigBee 802.15.4 shipments for the commercial building control (HVAC, lighting, security, etc.), home control (HVAC, lighting, security, etc.), smart meter, network device, healthcare, outdoor lighting and remote control markets. The research study presents a 5-year BOM estimate for ZigBee modules and transceivers; and also provides an extensive analysis of competing standards such as Wi-Fi, EnOcean, Bluetooth, Z-Wave, 6LoWPAN and Insteon.
Comprehensive guide to the ZigBee market.
Forecast statistics of ZigBee and Non-ZigBee 802.15.4 shipments.
Revenue and Use Forecast by Application.
Chipset Revenue Forecast by Selected Consumer Devices.
5-year BOM estimate for ZigBee modules and transceivers.
Extensive analysis of competing standards such as Wi-Fi, EnOcean, Bluetooth, Z-Wave, 6LoWPAN and Insteon.
More in-demand research reports by the publisher can be found at MRG page.
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