Insights on the Indoor Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Global Market to 2031 - Rising Need for Enhanced Cellular Capacity in Public Venues Drives Growth - ResearchAndMarkets.com
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The global indoor DAS market is projected to reach $17.16 billion by 2031 from $5.79 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of 11.66% during the forecast period 2022-2031.
The growth in the indoor DAS market is expected to be driven by increasing mobile data traffic, the growing need for enhanced cellular capacity in public venues, the increasing need for improved coverage in buildings, and the growing demand for enterprise mobility.
Market Lifecycle Stage
Latest advancements in telecom technology are driving the indoor DAS industry into a new era. Buildings are now being equipped with the latest indoor wireless solutions to meet the growing demand for improved coverage and enhanced capacity indoors.
With indoor DAS vendors working together with telecom operators to develop, test, and launch new indoor DAS solutions across the globe, the indoor DAS market is expected to witness significant growth in the coming years during the forecast period.
The indoor DAS market is in a transformation phase, with end users moving from legacy (2G/3G/4G) indoor DAS solutions to 5G indoor DAS solutions and from non-open radio access network (O-RAN) solutions to O-RAN solutions.
Moreover, the penetration levels of 5G telecom technology have witnessed a significant increase across the major markets over the past few years (2020-2022). Much of this can be attributed to the growing collaboration between carriers and their partners in the telecom ecosystem and concerted efforts by governments across the globe toward bringing a digital transformation in their respective countries.
- Increasing Mobile Data Traffic
- Growing Need for Enhanced Cellular Capacity in Public Venues
- Increasing Need for Improved Coverage in Buildings
- Growing Demand for Enterprise Mobility
- Design and Deployment of Indoor Distributed Antenna Systems
- Complexities Associated with Upgradation of Existing DAS Deployments
- Growing Focus upon DAS for Public Safety
- Increasing Demand for Scalable 5G DAS Deployments
- CommScope Inc.
- Comba Telecom Systems Holdings Limited
- Corning Incorporated
- Sunwave Communications Co., Ltd.
- Mavenir Systems, Inc.
- Airspan Networks Inc.
- JMA Wireless
- Boingo Wireless
- Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson (Ericsson)
- Nokia Corporation
- ZTE Corporation
- Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
- Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Segmentation 1: by Application Type
- Commercial Building
- Educational Institute
- Manufacturing and Warehouse
- Sport Venues
Among all application types, the commercial building segment dominated the indoor DAS market in 2021. Much of this dominance can be attributed to the growing demand for fast and reliable indoor wireless coverage across commercial spaces, such as offices and shopping centers.
Segmentation 2: by Solution Type
- Hardware (Antenna Nodes/Radio Nodes, Donor Antenna, Bidirectional Amplifiers, Radio Units, Head-End Units, Others)
- Services (Installation Services, Pre-Sales Services, Post-Installation Services)
Of the two solution types, i.e., hardware and services, the hardware segment dominated the indoor DAS market, owing to the high cost of indoor DAS solutions. However, with the launch of non-ORAN solutions and 5G indoor DAS solutions in the next couple of years (2023-2024), the services segment is expected to witness faster growth as compared to the hardware segment in the coming years during the forecast period.
Segmentation 3: by Distribution System Type
The hybrid DAS segment dominated the indoor DAS market in 2021. Hybrid DAS solutions are capable of meeting the user demands for improved coverage and capacity in a cost-effective way as compared to the other two distribution system types, i.e., active and passive DAS.
Segmentation 4: by Business Model
- Neutral Host
Based on the business model, the carrier segment generated the highest revenues in 2021; however, owing to the benefits of the significant reduction in capital expenditure (CapEx) related to indoor DAS infrastructure for carriers offered in the neutral host business model, the netural host segment is expected to register a faster growth as compared to other business models during the review period.
Segmentation 5: by User Facility Type
- >500K sq. ft.
- 200K-500K sq. ft.
- <200K sq. ft.
Among all user facility types, the more than 500K sq. ft. (>500K sq. ft.) segment dominated the indoor DAS market in 2021, owing to the proliferation of indoor DAS solutions in buildings/venues with large floor space.
Segmentation 6: by Signal Source
- Off-Air Antennas
- Base Transceiver Station
- Small Cells
On the basis of the signal source, the indoor DAS market has been segmented into off-air antennas, base transceiver stations, and small cells. The base transceiver station segment dominated the indoor DAS market in 2021 and is likely to continue doing so during the forecast period. However, the small cells segment is expected to register a faster growth as compared to the other two signal sources, primarily owing to the cost-effective indoor coverage solutions offered by small cells.
Segmentation 7: by Region
- North America
- Asia-Pacific and Japan
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First published on Thu, Dec 22, 2022
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