GIA Finds DECT Ultra Low Energy Market is Being Driven by Growing Demand for Home Automation Equipment
Global Industry Analysts, Inc. (GIA) announces the release of a trend report on DECT Ultra Low Energy. Market for DECT Ultra Low Energy i...
Global Industry Analysts, Inc. (GIA) announces the release of a trend report on DECT Ultra Low Energy. Market for DECT Ultra Low Energy is expected to witness robust growth driven by strong demand for home automation equipment and solutions and growing popularity of Internet of Things.
DECT Ultra Low Energy (ULE), proposed by TC DECT, is an innovative LAN technology currently being developed as an ideal option for use in ultra low power wireless applications. DECT Ultra Low Energy (ULE) is projected to emerge as a mainstream technology for use within niche application domains such as home automation, home security, and home healthcare. Being a low energy version of the standard DECT technology, DECT ULE is expected to strengthen its hold in diverse new areas in wireless Machine-to-Machine communication. Key benefits of DECT ULE driving its adoption include higher performance, reliability, durability, lower energy consumption, and wider coverage, among others. The growing focus on energy efficiency against a backdrop of escalating energy costs and rising environmental concerns is therefore expected to benefit demand in the market in the coming years.
The trend report titled “DECT Ultra Low Energy” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., is a focused research paper which provides cursory insights into the technology, its applications, future prospects and corporate initiatives of key companies worldwide. The report also offers coverage on companies such as Dialog Semiconductors PLC, DSP Group Inc., Gigaset Communications GmbH, and RTX A/S, among others.