The demand for wireless high-definition (HD) technology and devices rides on the growing popularity of a variety of consumer electronic devices capable of transmitting HD video content without wires. The global wireless high definition (HD) market has reaped huge gains from the rising adoption of wireless HD-enabled portable devices among home users. The technology has also gained traction in a range of industrial processes. In addition, world over there is a surging interest in wireless HD technologies in sectors such as medical and consumer goods. In recent years, the soaring demand for these technologies in the gaming sector has created vast lucrative avenues.
The key wireless technologies under its ambit are Wi-Fi, wireless gigabit alliance (WiGig), TransferJet, wireless display (WiDi), and chip ASPs. WirelessHD as a specification was finalized in January 2008. Constant advances in these technologies have improved the video quality using less bandwidth. Some of the popular devices using wireless HD are tablets and smartphones, televisions, e-book readers, CE media dongles, and set-top boxes.
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The report offers an incisive analysis of key factors and trend shaping the growth dynamics and sheds light on promising avenues. The study also takes a closer look at strategic landscape, which helps new entrants as well as established players identify imminent investment pockets. The research findings highlights the changes in government policies in the telecommunication sector and evaluates the impact these are likely to have on the prospects of the wireless high definition (HD) market.
The report sheds light on the profile of key players, gives a critical insights into their current offerings, and takes a closer look at their investment strategies. The study also highlights key strategies, such as mergers and acquisitions, adopted by prominent players to maintain their stronghold in the market. Companies expected to hold a position of strength in the market include Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Broadcom Corporation, Dell, Toshiba Corporation, Nokia, Panasonic Corp., Sony Corporation, Samsung, NEC Corporation, and LG Electronics Inc.