A wireless chipset implies a constellation of IC (integrated circuit) “chips”. It does perform loads of functions for communicating over wireless network. This could further imply one/more of 802.11 “Wi-Fi” protocols. However, the other protocols and/or Bluetooth could also be included. As such, wireless chipset is the part and parcel of internal hardware.
Otherwise, hardware modules like wireless LAN, network adapters, and the cards do make use of wireless chipsets. The wireless chipsets market is driven by the keenness of consumers to use portable devices in combination with wireless devices. These days, we get to see various types of wireless chipsets such as wireless video/display chipsets, ZigBee chipsets, LTE chipsets, and WiMax chipsets. The other driving factors for wireless chipsets market are applications across routers, mobile phones, computers, GPS (global positioning system), and laptops.
In the APAC, Japan and Korea are at the forefront with respect to wireless chipsets market. The companies like Sony, Samsung, Sansui have been ruling the roost since the last decade and are expected to leave an indelible mark in the wireless chipsets market in the near future. North America and Europe follow suit. The APAC is bestowed with another driving factor; and that is the flourishing IT sector. Moreover, increase in mobile phones has taken the market by storm. However, the wireless chipsets market could be restrained by the ugly facts like high cost involved in production, technical complexities, low infrastructure, and utterly complicated inserted systems.
It is being repeatedly said that “The world is a global village”. Did we ever read between the lines on this count? The context to this fact is the ever-increasing connectivity within the human kind. Technology has brought us at a smartphone’s distance; isn’t it? All we have to do is just type whatever we want and we get it within the fraction of a second!!!! Wireless chipsets market has this deciding factor toward its growth.