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The global bridges, gateways and routers market was worth $153.55 billion in 2019. It is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.28% and reach $203.36 billion by 2023.
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The bridges, gateways and routers market consists of sales of bridges, gateways and routers and related services for networking purposes. Bridges, gateways and routers establishments produce the devices which are used for networking and manage the amount of traffic, allow data to flow from one discrete network to another and connect two different networks and sorts incoming data and distribute it to the correct destination.
The impact of digitization across all industries is driving the use of wireless technologies and equipment in developed and developing countries. Rising data traffic, growth in public WiFi and emerging 4G and 5G technologies are driving the growth of wireless equipment that involves bridges, gateways and routers to transfer data over a network. Moreover, many companies are shifting from traditional communications systems such as fixed line technologies to wireless and mobile technologies. For instance, according to a report by the US Health Department, 50.8% of American households were wireless by the end of 2016, thereby indicating a decrease in wireline usage.
Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market Segmentation: –
By End Use
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Few Points From Table Of Content
1. Executive Summary
2. Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market Characteristics
3. Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market Size And Growth
4. Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market Segmentation
5. Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market Regional And Country Analysis
25. Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market Competitive Landscape And Company Profiles
26. Key Mergers And Acquisitions In The Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market
27. Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market Trends And Strategies
28. Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market Future Outlook and Potential Analysis
The report covers the trends and market dynamics of the Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market in major countries – Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, and USA. The report also includes consumer surveys and various future opportunities for the market.
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Some of the key players involved in the Bridges, Gateways And Routers Market are Cisco Systems, Inc., D-Link Corporation, Netgear Inc., NXP Semiconductors N.V., Notion, Intel Corporation, TE Connectivity Ltd., Dell Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, Asustek Computer Inc.
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