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wGig Market Research

  1. 1. Six Sigma Circuit Optimization
  2. 2. The European home healthcare market is segmented as products, services, telehealth, and geography. The products market is further classified into homecare testing, screening & monitoring devices, home healthcare therapeutic equipment, mobility assist & other devices, and nutrition and fitness. The home healthcare services market is further segmented into unskilled care, rehabilitation therapy, infusion therapy and respiratory therapy, while the mHealth market includes monitoring devices, services, and managed equipment services. The total market is divided into seven major countries, i.e. Germany, France, U.K., Italy Spain, Russia, and Rest of Europe. Fueled by the rising number of elderly people and technological advancements, the European home healthcare market has experienced significant growth over the past decade. A pivotal factor in the growth of this market has been the increasing healthcare cost, which have shifted the focus of healthcare from hospitals to home. Initiatives taken by governments to support home healthcare further propels the market. However, limited insurance coverage for home healthcare devices and risk to the safety of patients and home healthcare workers are the major deterrents curbing the growth of the market. Germany is the largest market for European home healthcare, followed by France and U.K. The Russian and RoE market is expected to witness a healthy growth over the next five years. Key players in the Europe home healthcare market are Philips Healthcare (The Netherlands), Fresenious SE & Co KGaA (Germany), GE Healthcare (U.K.), B. Braun (Germany), Baxter International (U.S.), Roche (Switzerland), Air Liquide (France), Bupa Home Healthcare, Ltd (U.K.), Healthcare at Home (U.K.), and Linde Group (Germany). This research report categorizes the European home healthcare devices and services market into the following segments and sub-segments: The European home healthcare devices market, by product  Home Care Testing, Monitoring and Screening  Home Healthcare Therapeutic Equipment  Mobility Assist & Other Devices  Nutrition  Fitness The product segments are sub-segmented by their application areas into the following types: Home Care Testing, Monitoring and Screening  HIV Kits  BP Monitors  Blood Glucose meters  ECG/EKG Devices  EEG Devices  Apnea and Sleep Monitors  Holter Monitors  Event Monitors  Drug & Alcohol Test Kits  Coagulation Monitors  Cholesterol Monitoring Devices  Colon Cancer Test Kit  Home Hemoglobin A1c Test Kits  Fetal Heart Rate Monitors  Pregnancy BP Monitors
  3. 3.  Ovulation and Pregnancy Test Home Healthcare Therapeutic Equipment  Home Respiratory Therapy Equipments o Oxygen Delivery Systems o Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Products o Medical Nebulizer Kits And Devices o Medical Ventilators And Accessories  IV Equipment  Insulin Delivery Devices  Dialysis Equipment Mobility assist & other devices  Wheelchairs And Related Devices  Walking Assist Devices Nutrition  Enteral Nutrition  Parenteral Nutrition Fitness  Heart Rate Monitors  Cardiovascular Exercise Equipments  Body Composition Analyzers Home Telehealth Market  Home Telehealth Monitoring Devices  Home Teleheath Services Home Healthcare Services Market  Rehabilitation Therapy Services  Unskilled Care  Infusion Therapy  Respiratory Therapy European Home Healthcare Market, by Country  Germany  France  U.K.  Italy  Spain  Russia
  4. 4. Backhaul
  5. 5. At the same time, the increase in mobile devices is causing many enterprises and SMBs to invest more heavily in WLAN. While we haven’t seen a negative impact yet, we believe over the next several years the Enterprise and SMB segments will plateau and then gradually decline in favor of wireless technologies, such as 802.11ac. The Ethernet Switch market is undergoing dramatic changes as end users favor unique products purpose-built and optimized according to deployment location, in the Data Center, Enterprise, Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) and Carrier Ethernet Services. As the data center migration towards 10 Gigabit Ethernet for server access ramps, existing and new vendors face opportunities, challenges and market share turbulence in these segments. Dell’Oro Group’s new advanced research report assesses the magnitude of the Ethernet Switch market by location of deployment, tracking market evolution, assessing vendor strengths and weaknesses, and the drivers of growth behind a market that now exceeds $20 B. “Data center consolidation projects and an increase in Cloud services are causing the data center segment to significantly outperform the overall Ethernet switch market. This trend is causing vendors focused in the data center to gain overall market share compared to those focused in other segments,” said Alan Weckel, Vice President at Dell’Oro Group. “At the same time, the increase in mobile devices is causing many enterprises and SMBs to invest more heavily in WLAN. While we haven’t seen a negative impact yet, we believe over the next several years the Enterprise and SMB segments will plateau and then gradually decline in favor of wireless technologies, such as 802.11ac. The divergence in market segment performance will have more impact on vendor share and vendor product offerings over the next several years than we have experienced in the past decade,” stated Weckel. The report segments the market into the four main customer deployment locations: the DataCenter, Enterprise (e.g., campus and branch office), Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs), and Carrier Ethernet Services. The report also reveals how Cisco, Dell, D-Link, Hewlett-Packard, Huawei, IBM, Juniper, and NETGEAR place in the top four revenue-shares in 2012 for these segments. Hillol Sarkar President and CEO AgO Synthesis Inc. Hillol.Sarkar@ago-inc.com

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