Sensors for use in network testing equipment are likely to be seeing growth as wireless infrastructure drives demand for more analysis of the level of service received by end-users.
Frost & Sullivan argues that service providers have historically offered separate networks for purposes such as data centres, web-broadcast television and voice over internet protocol.
However, now triple-play networks are emerging as service providers aim to offer a single product which caters for all of the needs of their clients.
As network infrastructure becomes more complex, the market for sensors capable of testing the quality of communication achieved is growing.
"The demand for test services in wireless technologies is greater than that of wireline technologies due to their complexity and susceptibility to problems," says research analyst Prathima Bommakanti.
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