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Canadian Quarterly Wireless LAN Tracker

Few technologies in the ICT space have experienced the explosive growth and progress that wireless infrastructure has seen in the past decade. IDC's Canadian Quarterly Wireless LAN Tracker® covers the key technologies and top competitors in the enterprise-class and consumer-class wireless infrastructure hardware markets. Understanding which markets and segments are growing greatly enhances clients' ability to more effectively respond to today's dynamic market. This product incorporates multiple streams of inputs, such as channel sources and supply-side and demand-side research, gathered through IDC's analyst discussions, worldwide research, end-user surveys, and interviews. This visibility into market trends can assist clients in developing more effective sales and marketing strategies to better capitalize on market segments with the greatest growth potential, to reduce sales cycles, and to increase revenue and market share.

Technology Coverage

This tracker provides total market size and vendor share for the following technology areas. Measurement for this tracker is in unit shipments and factory revenue for WLAN controllers, routers, access points, and network interface cards (NICs).

Core Coverage

  • Controllers, routers, switches, NICs, gateways, and traditional and dependent access points by location and wireless standard
  • Segmentations
  • Unit shipments and revenue

Geographic Scope

  • Canada


This tracker is delivered on a quarterly basis via a pivot table tool. Deliverables for this tracker are listed below. For a complete delivery schedule, please contact an IDC sales representative.

  • Historical data

IDC's Tracker Methodology

IDC's tracker data is developed using a rigorous methodology that includes well-planned and well-coordinated local, regional, and worldwide data cross-checks combined with a proprietary advanced data consolidation and analysis data platform managed by IDC's Worldwide Tracker organization. Data sources used in the process of determining IDC's tracker numbers include, but are not limited to:

  • In-country local vendor interviews
  • Distribution data feeds
  • Worldwide and regional vendor guidance
  • ODM data
  • In-country local channel partner discussions
  • Import records
  • Feedback from component suppliers
  • Vendor briefings and public financial reports
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