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智慧家庭用管理家庭Wi-Fi网路 (2020-2025年)

Managed Home Wi-Fi Networks for the Smart Home 2020-2025

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智慧家庭用管理家庭Wi-Fi网路 (2020-2025年) Managed Home Wi-Fi Networks for the Smart Home 2020-2025
出版日期: 2019年11月04日内容资讯: 英文 67 Pages
简介

本报告提供管理家庭Wi-Fi趋势的服务供应商见解的独有调查,家庭的利用,Wi-Fi基础设施,不完备的Wi-Fi效能的原因与成本,安全,IoT及标准化相关趋势分析。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 调查范围 & 手法

第3章 智慧家庭Wi-Fi业者调查结果

  • 关于调查
  • 家庭的连接性
  • 家用Wi-Fi的性能相关问题
  • 不完备的Wi-Fi效能的成本
  • 家用Wi-Fi的商务案例
  • 连网家庭趋势
  • 家庭保全趋势
  • 产业团体、标准化趋势

第4章 管理家庭Wi-Fi的要素

  • 云端代理商
  • 转向器模组
  • 回程传输最佳化
  • 无线资源管理 (RRM)
  • 分析
  • 安全
  • 对供应商的聚光灯:MINIM

第5章 主要网路形式的产业团体

  • THE IEEE
  • WI-FI 规格蓝图的其他要素
  • IEEE RELEVANT AMENDMENTS
  • THE WFA
  • CABLELABS
  • THE BROADBAND FORUM
  • THE WBA
  • RDK
  • TIP

第6章 智慧家庭的保证

  • 新的威胁
  • 家长监控
  • 设备特定 & 保护
  • 机器学习、AI所扮演的角色
  • 业者的整合型方法

第7章 主要业者的采访

  • COMCAST
  • LIBERTY GLOBAL
  • BELL CANADA
  • ORANGE
  • TALK TALK
  • KPU
  • XLBROADBAND

第8章 市场预测

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目录

In this 2nd edition research report, we provide the highlights from a unique and extensive survey of service providers about their views of managed home Wi-Fi trends. Indeed, we introduced an in-depth online survey which included 30 questions about trends in home usage, Wi-Fi infrastructure, sources and cost of poor Wi-Fi performance, security, IoT and standardization.

The online survey took place during the September and October 2019 timeframe and gathered 218 responses , 42% of which were from service providers worldwide.

The report includes detailed profiles based on primary interviews for:

  • Comcast
  • Liberty
  • Orange
  • Bell Canada
  • TalkTalk
  • KPU
  • XL Broadband

The report also includes market projections for managed Wi-Fi infrastructure and services in 2020-2025.

Table of Contents

LICENSING AGREEMENTS

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. SCOPE & METHODOLOGY

3. SMART HOME WI-FI OPERATOR SURVEY RESULTS

  • 3.1 ABOUT THE SURVEY
  • 3.2 CONNECTIVITY IN THE HOME
  • 3.3 THE ISSUES WITH HOME WI-FI PERFORMANCE
  • 3.4 THE COST OF POOR WI-FI PERFORMANCE
  • 3.5 THE HOME WI-FI BUSINESS CASE
  • 3.5 THE CONNECTED HOME TRENDS
  • 3.6 HOME SECURITY TRENDS
  • 3.7 INDUSTRY BODIES AND STANDARDS TRENDS

4. ELEMENTS OF MANAGED HOME WI-FI

  • 4.1 CLOUD AGENT
  • 4.2 STEERING MODULE
  • 4.3 BACKHAUL OPTIMIZATION
  • 4.4 RADIO RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (RRM)
  • 4.5 ANALYTICS
  • 4.6 SECURITY
  • 4.7 SPOTLIGHT VENDOR: MINIM

5. NOTABLE WORK FROM INDUSTRY BODIES

  • 5.1 THE IEEE
  • 5.2 OTHER ELEMENTS OF THE WI-FI STANDARDS ROADMAP
  • 5.3 IEEE RELEVANT AMENDMENTS
  • 5.3 THE WFA
  • 5.3 CABLELABS
  • 5.4 THE BROADBAND FORUM
  • 5.5 THE WBA
  • 5.6 RDK
  • 5.7 TIP

6. SECURING THE SMART HOME

  • 6.1 NEW THREATS
  • 6.2 PARENTAL CONTROL
  • 6.3 DEVICE IDENTIFICATION & PROTECTION
  • 6.4 THE ROLE OF MACHINE LEARNING AND AI
  • 6.5 AN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR OPERATORS

7. SELECT OPERATOR INTERVIEWS

  • 7.1 COMCAST
  • 7.2 LIBERTY GLOBAL
  • 7.3 BELL CANADA
  • 7.4 ORANGE
  • 7.5 TALK TALK
  • 7.6 KPU
  • 7.7 XLBROADBAND

8. MARKET FORECASTS 2020-2025

Table of Figures

  • Figure 1: Primary Areas of Business of Survey Respondents
  • Figure 2: Areas of Work of Survey Respondents
  • Figure 3: Percentage of Operators Already Offering Managed Wi-Fi
  • Figure 4: Number of Connected Devices per Home by 2021
  • Figure 5: Home Hardware Infrastructure in Place
  • Figure 6: Evolution of the Wi-Fi Standard Version of Installed Base
  • Figure 7: Most Valued Applications-Now
  • Figure 8: Most Valued Applications-2021
  • Figure 9: Main Reasons Customers Call for Support
  • Figure 10: Top Factors Contributing to Poor Wi-Fi Performance
  • Figure 11: Key Figures of Wi-Fi-Related Support
  • Figure 12: Top Managed Wi-Fi Features Sought by Service Providers
  • Figure 13: Programs from the Wi-Fi Alliance Implemented to Resolve Home Wi-Fi Issues
  • Figure 14: Service Providers' Strategies to Monetize Home Wi-Fi
  • Figure 15: Managed Wi-Fi Vendor Solutions
  • Figure 16: Future Services Envisioned for the Connected Smart Home
  • Figure 17: Challenges to Implementing a Connected Smart Home Offering
  • Figure 18: Top Priorities Regarding Securing the Home Wi-Fi Network
  • Figure 19: Top Priorities Regarding Understanding Home Security Issues
  • Figure 20: Home Security Platform Providers
  • Figure 21: Challenges When Implementing a Smart Home Cybersecurity Solution
  • Figure 22: Standards Bodies to Which Resources Are Committed
  • Figure 23: Programs from the Broadband Forum to Resolve Home Wi-Fi Issues
  • Figure 24: Third Party Development of Software on Top of Home Wi-Fi Gateway
  • Figure 25: Managed Home Wi-Fi Software Modules
  • Figure 26: Typical Mesh Deployments
  • Figure 27: IEEE 802.11 Standard Pipeline
  • Figure 28: Wi-Fi Generations of Standards
  • Figure 29: IEEE Relevant Amendments
  • Figure 30: Multi-AP Deployment with Four Multi-AP Devices
  • Figure 31: Wi-Fi Alliance Home Wi-Fi Programs
  • Figure 32: Broadband Forum Notable Programs
  • Figure 33: USP Architecture
  • Figure 34: TWS Key Pillars
  • Figure 35: TWS High Level System View
  • Figure 36: Number of Home Broadband Lines 2020-2025
  • Figure 37: Number of Home Broadband Lines With Managed Wi-Fi 2020-2025
  • Figure 38: Penetration of Home Broadband Lines With Managed Wi-Fi
  • Figure 39: Number of Home-Managed Access Points
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