2019 Market Report

Managed Home Wi-Fi Networks for the Smart Home 2020-2025 "Lite"

In collaboration with Maravedis LLC, the premier wireless infrastructure analyst firm, Minim is offering the lite version of the report Managed Home Wi-Fi Networks for the Smart Home 2020-2025. This report explores service providers’ increasing ownership of the Wi-Fi quality of experience. Download today to learn about:

  • Connectivity and Wi-Fi performance issues in the home
  • Top managed Wi-Fi features sought by service providers
  • Key strategies regarding the monetization of home Wi-F
  • Priorities and concerns regarding home Wi-Fi network security
  • Elements of managed home Wi-Fi solutions (Includes a Minim solution overview and a unique service provider use case)
2019 Market Report: Managed Home Wi-Fi Networks for the Smart Home 2020-2025


The full version of the report is available for purchase at https://shop.maravedis-bwa.com.


About Maravedis LLC

Maravedis LLC is a premier wireless infrastructure analyst firm. We focus on broadband wireless technologies (including 5G, LTE, Wi-Fi, small cells, core, and backhaul), as well as the industry spectrum regulations and operator trends. Since 2002, Maravedis has provided clients worldwide with strategic insight to help them achieve key business objectives. Clients can access Maravedis technology, spectrum, and market intelligence through subscription-based research services—such as reports, webinars, online databases, analyst support, and briefings—as well as custom consulting engagements.

About Minim

Minim is an IoT platform that enables and secures a better connected home and office. In a world where connected devices have outnumbered people, Minim’s self-learning platform employs Quantum Fingerprinting and behavioral models to detect threats before they become problems. Founded in 2017, Minim offers apps with usable security for consumers and their care providers to protect connected devices and optimize WiFi performance, leading to higher customer satisfaction. The company is now partnering with ISPs, care providers, router manufacturers, software developers, and IoT device manufacturers who want to help make home connectivity as safe as drinking water.