Computex 2014 Recap: Wireless Broadband Products adds "Computex 2014 Recap: Wireless Broadband Products" report to its research store.

The 34th Computex held between June 3 and 7 attracted the participation of 1,710 exhibitors using 5,069 booths, according to TAITRA statistics. A total of 38,600 buyers, along with nearly 100,000 visitors, were drawn to the exhibition. The five highlights of the event included wearable technologies, mobile computing, cloud technologies and services, touch display, and smart technologies. The last two were new to the event this year.

Thanks to the dramatic growth of the LTE (Long-Term Evolution) and IoT (Internet of Things) industries, chip, module, and equipment vendors participating in the event revealed various related products. This report profiles the wireless broadband products demonstrated at Computex 2014, and investigates the development trends in the industry.

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Major vendors' 4G LTE products, smart routers, and OTT products revealed at Computex 2014, including single-purpose dongles, MiFi device, small cells, femtocells, and gateway products integrating routers and modems; also included are chip vendors' wearable and IoT solutions, such as Intel's Quark processor, MediaTek's Aster SoC and LinkIT, Broadcom's WICED Smart SoC, and so on

Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include:

ARM Askey, ASUS, Broadcom, CYWEE, Gemtek, Goodix, Intel, Marvell, mCube, MediaTek, Qualcomm, Realtek, Senao Networks, T&W, TP-Link, Trend Micro

Table of Contents

1. Network Communications Vendors Seize 4G Opportunities with LTE Devices

2. Smart Router Competition Heats up

3. Chip Vendors Launch New Platforms with Prosperous Perspective on IoT

4. Conclusion


Glossary of Terms

List of Companies

List of Figures

Figure 1 LTE Products Demonstrated at Computex Taipei 2014

Figure 2 Smart Routers Demonstrated at Computex Taipei 2014

Figure 3 IoT Solutions Demonstrated at Computex Taipei 2014

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