WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS MARKET REPORT
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
|About this Report
|A note on Accuracy
||Ascom Wireless Solutions
|Exhibit 1 -
||Companion Shipments (handsets,
systems, base stations), Installed base, Channel Distribution,
Geographic & Vertical Market Segmentation) 1998-2003
||Rogers AT&T Wireless
ABOUT THIS REPORT
At over 40 pages, NBI/Michael Sone Associates' Canadian
In-Building Wireless Communications Systems Market Report, 2001 Edition
is our first stand-alone report focusing on this market. While
previously, the Business Wireless sector has been covered within NBI/Michael
Sone Associates' Canadian Mobile/Wireless Communications Market Report,
various developments within the industry now warrant a dedicated report.
While the previous report focused on un-licensed
in-building systems, this report also delves into the expanding licensed
in-building market and looks to the future of the converged Voice over
IP (VoIP) applications.
There are qualitative and quantitative profiles of
five equipment manufacturers that discuss issues such as product
development & evolution, marketing strategies, distribution
activities and future directions. In addition, there are analyses of the
four major Canadian wireless service providers that are now using their
expertise in the public wireless market to enter the enterprise or
Although the in-building market has not yet
"taken off" as many had expected, the trigger for future
growth may now be in place. As such, the report will look at where VoIP
is today and what the near- to medium-term may hold. NBI/Michael Sone
Associates expects that VoIP will be the catalyst that could make
in-building wireless systems a "need-to-have" versus a
"nice-to-have" in the next two to five years in a model
similar to the acceptance and proliferation of voice mail as the norm
for business communications.
The information contained in the report is the product
of extensive primary research. Principal sources include interviews with
manufacturers and service providers.
A NOTE ON ACCURACY
The accuracy of the information in this report cannot be
guaranteed. The information is the most recent available at the time of
writing, but is subject to change. Information on specific companies
should not be construed as official statements from those companies.
Rather, such information represents the opinions of NBI/Michael Sone
Associates. All figures, unless otherwise indicated, are NBI/Michael
Sone Associates estimates. Where an error has occurred, NBI/Michael Sone
Associates will be pleased to publish any demonstrably more accurate
information that is supplied to us.
As always, NBI/Michael Sone Associates welcomes
comments on this report and suggestions for future editions. Please
contact us anytime at (416) 360-0424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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