REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – September 2, 2014 –A recently published report by Dell’Oro Group, the trusted source for market information about the networking and telecommunications industries, revealed the Wireless LAN (WLAN) market grew six percent in the second quarter 2014 versus the year-ago period.
“In their fifth quarter of shipments, Enterprise-class 802.11ac access point revenues nearly doubled versus the prior quarter,” said Chris DePuy, Vice President of Wireless LAN research at Dell’Oro Group. “Cisco leads with 54% of 802.11ac Enterprise-class revenues, followed by Aruba with 20%, and a near dead-heat between Aerohive, Meru and Xirrus for third place revenue share. Interestingly, the SOHO market is experiencing a slower uptake of 802.11ac while the Enterprise-class market is adopting it faster.”
In the second quarter 2014, the top three vendors in the combined Enterprise-Class and Outdoor Mesh Nodes category were Cisco Systems, Aruba Networks and Ruckus Wireless.
- Wireless LAN Quarterly Report offers complete, in-depth coverage of the Service Provider, Enterprise, and SOHO markets with tables containing manufacturers’ revenue, average selling prices, and unit shipments by the following wireless standards: 802.11g, 802.11a/g, 802.11n and 802.11ac.
- Enterprise Edge Quarterly Report addresses the trend towards convergence of Wired Ethernet and Wireless LAN. The Report offers complete in-depth coverage of the following segments: WLAN Access Points; Enterprise Controllers (wireless and wired); Campus ‘Edge’ Ethernet Switches and Access Management Software. Separate breakouts of Ethernet Switch and Wireless LAN are included, with tables covering manufacturers’ revenue, active connections, and average selling prices.