Market Research Press Release by 6Wresearch

6Wresearch announced research engagement with TP-LINK in exploring India Networking Market

6Wresearch announced research engagement with TP-LINK in exploring India Networking Market

June 16, 2015

India: 6Wresearch, New Delhi based research and consulting firm, has recently announced the research engagement with TP-LINK, China based networking products company, to explore vast untapped opportunities for the Indian market. The engagement would allow 6W to publish research reports on Networking market with the support of TP-LINK, one of largest player in SOHO router market in India.

6W, through its research expertise, would assist TP-LINK in identifying opportunities and strategies to expand its market share in India. Pankaj Khandelwal Research Head, 6W, commented “The engagement would not only strengthen our presence in research in India networking market but also allow us to build robust research model where we would be publishing collaboration studies with sound qualitative information from the top player in Indian market”. He further commented “we look forward for such engagements to enhance our research expertise”.

“We are excited towards this engagement between TP-LINK India and 6W and look forward to research analysis that will be conducted by 6W in Indian Networking Market, We comprehend the importance of this research in today’s volatile market and thus we are keen to know and understand more about the market and find out the right and correct potential. Furthermore Indian Router Market is believed to see ample growth in coming future, as a developing country every infrastructure in India is changing and Wireless connectivity is utmost important need of Next generation India. We foresee future where every house in India owns at least one router, though it is long way to go; we believe this research will help us to grab the potential and fulfil our aim.” said Mr Bill Ye, Country Manager and Director TP-LINK India.

India has one of the largest Internet subscribers base in the global market. With rising consumer awareness, increasing penetration of smart phones, demand for BYOD and increasing number of SMBs in the country have led for the increasing demand for routers in the country.

India’s router market shipment touched 0.67 million units in CY Q1 2015. In the SOHO segment, TP-LINK has emerged as the market leader in the industry. Further, in CY 1Q 2015 TP-LINK registered a growth of 126bps (in terms of market share) in the India SOHO router market as compared to the same quarter previous year.

  About 6wresearch tp link collabaration

Headquartered in New Delhi India, 6Wresearch is one of largest India based electronics research and consulting firm and have presence in almost every sector of Indian research. 6W, through its in-house database and strong client relationship,has executed research in more than ~1,000 products and rapidly expanding its product portfolio across all the major industries. 6W has been tracking routers market for the past five years and has thus grown to be a company with specialised knowledge and capabilities to assist players in exploring the market and devising right entry strategies in networking market.
For more info click www.6wresearch.com or contact us at sales@6wresearch.com

  About 6wresearch tp link collabaration

TP-LINK is a global provider of SOHO & SMB networking products and the World’s No.1 provider of WLAN products, with products available in over 120 countries to tens of millions customers. Committed to intensive R&D, efficient production and strict quality management, TP-LINK continues to provide award-winning networking products in Wireless, ADSL, Routers, Switches, IP Cameras, Power line Adapters, Print Servers, Media Converters and Network Adapters for Global end-users.

You can find more details on http://www.tp-link.in


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