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Research and Markets: The New 2010 Study, "Wireless Video Connectivity Report", Reviews and Analyzes the Available and Proposed Technology Solutions Competing For Dominance
[February 12, 2010]

Research and Markets: The New 2010 Study, "Wireless Video Connectivity Report", Reviews and Analyzes the Available and Proposed Technology Solutions Competing For Dominance

Dublin, Feb 11, 2010 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets( has announced the addition of the "Wireless Video Connectivity Report" report to their offering.

This market report analyzes and forecasts the market for Wireless Video technologies. The report includes an evaluation of emerging Wireless Video technologies including applications of Bluetooth, UWB, IEEE 802.11, and 60 GHz. Analysis includes an assessment of TransferJet, Wireless USB, WirelessHD, Wi-Di, WHDI, WiGig, and High Speed Bluetooth. The report includes global market trends & forecasts, standards development, and strategic developments.

Wireless Video Connectivity at a Crossroads, Competing Solutions Begin to Emerge and Contest A new report forecasts the growth and development of the wireless video connectivity technology market, identifying key IP players and alliance activities. The report includes a five-year forecast of dominant technologies.

The new study, "Wireless Video Connectivity Report", reviews and analyzes the available and proposed technology solutions competing for dominance in the wireless video connectivity sector.

"Wireless video technology is maturing to the point that OEM's are becoming interested in the opportunity",according to Kirsten West, PhD, Principal Analyst with WTRS. "Newer protocols such as Wi-Di and WiGig are joining existing protocols including Wireless USB, WirelessHD, and WHDI to compete for design wins and, ultimately, for market share".

The new market report provides analysis of how emerging wireless technologies will meet the market requirements for Wireless Video Connectivity products and applications. The report includes an evaluation of the dominant technical options to provide Wireless Video Connectivity including UWB, IEEE 802.11 and 60GHz.

- Analysis of existing and proposed solutions including Wireless USB, WirelessHD, WHDI, Wi-Di and WiGig.

- Analysis of key IP holdings, alliance activities and strategic developments by industry participants.

- The report provides 5-year forecasts of dominant emerging Wireless Video Connectivity technologies on a global basis.

Products Mentioned: WirelessHD, WHDI, Bluetooth, TransferJet, WiDi, WiGig, Wireless Gigabit, WirelessUSB and UWB * Report includes one hour consultation time.

Executive Summary: Over the last year, a strong focus on wireless video content delivery emerged in the wireless connectivity sector. Newly emerging protocols that include Wi-Di and WiGig are joining existing protocols such as WirelessUSB, WirelessHD, and WHDI to compete for design wins and, ultimately, for market share. Consumer electronics manufacturers appear focused on wireless video content delivery as an option to begin incorporating into end products.

In addition to streaming wireless video content delivery technology developments, bulk transfer of data between consumer electronics devices such as cameras, printers, and TVs, remains an active market application. One of the stronger technology options to handle bulk data transfer is Bluetooth. The Bluetooth SIG released new versions of the Bluetooth protocol to handle tasks which require higher speed operation and established itself as an umbrella organization for multiple radios all running under the Bluetooth stack. The protocol now includes a High Speed option with capability for bulk transfer of data (including video) between devices.

As the wireless connectivity protocols mature and gain market acceptance, the differentiation between the technologies begins to blur. The same players involved in promoting and developing WiGig-based wireless connectivity options are deeply embedded in the furtherance of the IEEE 802.11 family of specifications that drive Wi-Fi into a competitive stance in the wireless broadband arena. While each protocol and technology under development today is likely to find its own unique application and niche within the market, the component OEMs are maintaining their stake in the various initiatives as a means to ensure a place in the wireless connectivity market. Now it is simply a matter of letting the market and equipment manufacturers define the application of the various wireless connectivity options.

Key Topics Covered: - Executive Summary - Wireless Video Connectivity Technologies - - Wi-Di, WiGig, Wireless USB, WirelessHD, WHDI - WirelessHD Developments and IEEE 802.15.3c - WHDI Market Potential - UWB Technology Analysis - Real Applications for Wireless USB - TransferJet Productization Efforts - Bluetooth Evolution to High Speed Applications - Patent Holding Analysis - WHDI U.S. Patent Holdings - WirelessHD U.S. Patent Holdings - Market Forecasts - High Speed Bluetooth Market Forecast - Certified Wireless USB Market Forecast - WHDI Market Forecast - Wi-Di Market Forecast - WiGig Market Forecast - WirelessHD Market Forecast - Tables & Figures Companies Mentioned: - Alereon - Amimon - Atheros Communications - Broadcom Corporation - Dell, Inc.

- Freescale - Haier - Hitachi - Intel Corporation - LG Electronics Inc.

- Marvell International - Maxim - MediaTek Inc.

- Microsoft Corporation - Mitsubishi Electric - Motorola - NEC Corporation - Netgear - Nokia Corporation - NVIDIA - Panasonic Corporation - Royal Philips Electronics N.V.

- Samsung Electronics - Sharp - SiBEAM, Inc.

- Sony Corporation - Toshiba Corporation - Wilocity - Wisair For more information visit CONTACT: Laura Wood, Senior Manager, Research and Markets Fax: +1 646 607 1907 (US) Fax: +353 1 481 1716 (Rest of World) e-mail: ((M2 Communications disclaims all liability for information provided within M2 PressWIRE. Data supplied by named party/parties. Further information on M2 PressWIRE can be obtained at on the world wide web. Inquiries to

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