Indian WLAN market rose 19.2 percent to $59.9 million in terms of vendor revenue during the second quarter of 2022 driven by the enterprise wireless segment.
TP-Link, with a market share of 28.6 percent, was the market leader in the WLAN segment during 2Q22. Within the enterprise-class WLAN segment, Cisco was the market leader with 28.2 percent market share followed by HPE with 12.5 percent.
HPE has a market share of 12.51 percent in the Indian WLAN segment during the second quarter of 2022.
D-Liink has a market share of 6.55 percent in the Indian WLAN segment during the second quarter of 2022.
Netgear has a market share of 3.92 percent in the Indian WLAN segment during the second quarter of 2022.
Enterprise-class WLAN grew by 29.4 percent in terms of vendor revenue. The chip shortage situation is comparatively easing out in the WLAN segment compared to switching. Vendors are currently focused on clearing the backlogs.
The trend of selecting WLAN vendors other than the top three to be able to get quicker shipments was evidently seen in the wireless segment as well. Services are the top spending vertical. Verticals such as education, retail, hospitality, etc. have started to gain significant traction.
Wi-Fi 6 continued to dominate WLAN revenues with a 70 percent share by vendor revenues. Despite the growth of Wi-Fi 6, older generations of wireless i.e., AC Wave 2 continue to have market demand owing to the cost-effectiveness and to bridge the gap in the lack of Wi-Fi 6 access points in the market.