The growing use of Power over Ethernet (PoE)-enabled network devices in wireless access point is a key driving force from which the need for PoE injectors has stemmed. They send data as well as provide watts of electricity to the installed devices. Over the past few years, developing and emerging economies world over have seen rapid rise in the use of network cameras or IP phones for surveillance. The imperatives for the use of PoE injectors are two-fold: advancements in electronics technologies and the use of wireless systems for surveillance. These salient advantages have been driving the sales in the PoE injectors market.
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Advances in Wireless Protocols Pave Way to Product Advancements
The areas where PoE injectors are used typically are the ones where electrical wiring is not possible. These may be difficult to access areas or simply may be due to exorbitant wiring costs associated with the process. A range of cables are available which makes IEEE-compliant PoE injectors value-grab avenues in the PoE injectors market. Usually, IEEE 802.3 PoE injectors are common. This makes the use of any specialized cabling a non-issue. This aspect is also one of the key technical aspects attracting prospective customers and end users.
Strides made in the ICT technologies and rise in surveillance technologies in residential and commercial buildings have spurred the use of PoE injectors. The PoE injectors market is expected to see new avenues from the advent of new wireless protocols, such as Internet Protocol/Transmission control convention (IP/TCP). Rise in demand for connected devices is a key trend boosting the market.
Manufacturers of PoE injectors are also keen on incorporating new features, notably those that make Ultra-PoE connections possible. This makes it possible to attach a fairly large number of devices. Concomitant advances have taken place in the materials used for cabling.
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