|[July 23, 2014]
Despite North America, 2G M2M Cellular Module Shipments Remain Strong as Market Neared $1.1 Billion in 2014, According to ABI Research
OYSTER BAY, N.Y. --(Business Wire)--
In the latest update to ABI Research's (News - Alert) M2M cellular module Market Data,
2G modules maintained over 70% of the worldwide shipments in 2013. This
is despite the rapid drop in 2G shipments to less than 60% in the North
American market. While the continued dominance of 2G limited 2013 M2M
module revenue growth worldwide, global revenues still exceeded the $1
billion mark for the second straight year.
The strength of 2G was also reflected in the CDMA market where 1XRTT
shipments grew over 100%. However, 1XRTT's higher bandwidth cousin,
EVDO, did not fare so well and actually declined in share of overall
Comments practice director, Dan Shey, "LTE (News - Alert) M2M modules started to show
their impact in 2013, not due to a dramatic increase in shipments, but
on limiting growth of 3G modules. EVDO module shipments were hit the
hardest. While we expect EVDO to maintain a stable share of the overall
market, this technology is most susceptible to competitive forces and
for replacement by other 2G, 3G and 4G technoogies."
LTE shipments will begin to accelerate in 2014 and 2015 driven initially
by OEM telematics. Aftermarket telematics, which had the biggest unit
shipment gains in 2013 will also maintain solid double-digit growth over
the forecast period. Smart grid spending is picking up in Europe and
will also contribute to a steady rise in module shipments and revenues.
Supported by these three markets, M2M cellular module growth is expected
to exceed 20% through 2019.
These findings are part of ABI Research's M2M
Services and Modules Market Research (https://www.abiresearch.com/market-research/service/m2m-modules/).
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trends in global connectivity and other emerging technologies. From
offices in North America, Europe and Asia, ABI Research's worldwide team
of experts advises thousands of decision makers through 70+ research and
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