Optical Network Components: Global Markets

Optical Network Components: Global Markets

BCC, Date of Publication: Dec 11, 2014, 158 Pages
US$6,650.00
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This research report covers all aspects of the global network semiconductor market. It takes into account historic and emerging business usage trends, market demographics, government regulatory issues, and expenditures for technology, products, and applications. We project critical trends likely to shape the near future based on a thorough historical overview and detailed analysis of the present.

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

The global market for optical network semiconductors reached roughly $6.0 billion in 2013 and increased to about $6.4 billion in 2014. The market is expected to reach about $7.6 billion by 2019, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.2% from 2014 to 2019.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the global optical network components market, with historic and emerging business usage trends, market demographics, government regulatory issues, and expenditures for technology, products, and applications.
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2013, estimates for 2014, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2019.
  • Details concerning various applications, including NPU optical network components, SOC optical network components, transceiver network components, and backplane network components.
  • Discussion covering critical developments and potential trends in the market currently and in the future.
  • Detailed patent analysis.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary     

    STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
    REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
    CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE STUDY
    SCOPE AND FORMAT
    METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
    ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
    DISCLAIMER

Chapter 2: SUMMARY     

Chapter 3: OVERVIEW

    BUSINESSES EMBRACE NETWORKING FUNCTIONS
    CONSUMERS ADOPT HIGH BANDWIDTH APPLICATIONS
    UNTETHERED NETWORKING
        WIRELESS LAN TAKES OFF
        WLAN OPTIONS CONTINUE TO GROW
        THE NEED FOR SPEED
        MAKING GOOD BETTER
        THE RIPPLE IMPACT
        ENTERPRISES LARGE AND SMALL EMBRACE WLANS

Chapter 4: TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES  

    THE GLOBAL REACH OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES
    THE INTERNET'S IMPACT ON NETWORK TRAFFIC
    INTERNET USE IS LIMITED TO SPECIFIC AREAS
    FIBER TO THE HOME'S SLOW PROGRESS
    THE FTTH COUNCIL EMERGES AND THE ITU PITCHES IN
        FTTH SLOWLY TAKES SHAPE IN CANADA
        COPPER CABLING VERSUS FIBER OPTICS
        FIBER EMERGES AS THE CLEAR WINNER
        HIGH BANDWIDTH APPLICATIONS EMERGE
        BACKING UP THE CENTRAL SYSTEM
    MAKING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR FIBER OPTICS
        VENDORS MAKE PROGRESS IN ADDRESSING COST ISSUES
    THE CHANGING TELECOMMUNICATIONS LANDSCAPE
        SERVICE GATEWAYS THE FIRST BUILDING BLOCK
        RESIDENTIAL GATEWAYS GAIN TRACTION
    BREAKING DOWN THE GLOBAL MARKET
    WIRELESS NETWORKS BOOM
        OUT WITH THE OLD: IN WITH THE NEW
        NETWORKS NEED TO DO MORE
        WIRELESS RIPPLE EFFECT
    ITU HISTORY
        ITU TAKES ON OPTICAL TRANSMISSIONS
        THE MOVEMENT TO SONET
        THE AGGREGATION METHOD
        ASYNCHRONOUS TRANSFER MODE TECHNOLOGY
        ATM CONCEPTS
        ADDRESSING LOW-JITTER ISSUES
        WHY VIRTUAL CIRCUITS?
        TYPES OF VIRTUAL CIRCUITS AND PATHS
    SUCCESSES AND FAILURES OF ATM TECHNOLOGY
    WIRELESS WANS GAIN MOMENTUM
        THROUGH THE GENERATIONS
        THE EMERGENCE OF PACKET SWITCHING
        4G MOBILE BROADBAND TECHNOLOGIES ARRIVE
        TRENDS DRIVING THE TRANSITION TO 4G TECHNOLOGY
        RICH MEDIA GAINS TRACTION
        LTE'S EMERGENCE
        GAINING APPROVAL
        THE IMPACT OF BROADBAND ON TELECOM NETWORKS
        CARRIERS MEET RISING TRAFFIC DEMANDS
        CHANGING DATA TYPES
        THE QOS QUANDARY
        OPTICAL BUILDING BLOCKS
        ALTERNATIVE CHIP DESIGNS
        NEW LINE CARD DESIGNS TAKE SHAPE
        SUPPORTING MANY OPERATIONS
        FLEXIBILITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN
        PREPARING FOR TERABIT SWITCHES
        THE IP/MPLS MIX
        SHIFTING SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
        A NEED FOR POWER AND RELIABILITY
        DENSE WAVELENGTH DIVISION MULTIPLEXING
        GETTING ON THE RIGHT PATH
        THE RISE OF HYBRID CWDM/DWDM NETWORKING
        THE DISTANCE DIFFERENCE
        DWDM DELIVERS HIGH RELIABILITY
        CWDM FINDS A NICHE IN NORTH AMERICA
        THE NEW OPTICAL STRUCTURE
        THE NEED FOR HYBRID SYSTEMS
        DATA SERVICES GAIN TRACTION
        THE MOVE TO OPTICAL NETWORKS
        REQUIREMENTS FOR OPTICAL EQUIPMENT
        THE RIGHT WAVELENGTH
        BUILDING THE IDEAL METRO NETWORK
        A UNIFIED SERVICE DELIVERY PLATFORM
    WDM IN THE WAN
        OPTICAL CROSS-CONNECTS
        PROTECTION SWITCHING
        OPTICAL ADD/DROP MULTIPLEXING
        OPTICAL SWITCH FABRICS
        2-D BECOMES IMPRACTICAL
        ELECTRO-OPTIC SWITCHES
        LIQUID-CRYSTAL SWITCHES
        SEMICONDUCTOR OPTICAL AMPLIFIER SWITCHES
    OPTICAL PACKET SWITCHING
        ISSUES CONCERNING OPTICAL PACKET SWITCHING
        CONTENTION RESOLUTION
        SINGLE-STAGE OR MULTISTAGE
        DEFLECTION ROUTING
    PACKET SWITCH ARCHITECTURES
        SHARED WAVELENGTH CONVERTERS
        LIMITED RANGE WAVELENGTH CONVERTERS
        EXTENDING PACKET SWITCHING
        DATA VORTEX PACKET SWITCH
    GENERALIZED MULTIPROTOCOL LABEL SWITCHING
        HOW MULTIPROTOCOL LABEL SWITCHING WORKS
        EXTENDING MULTIPROTOCOL LABEL SWITCHING
        GETTING THE SYSTEM IN SYNCH
        LTE AND MPLS COME TOGETHER
        A CLEAR MAJORITY
        IMPROVED TRAFFIC ENGINEERING
        TROUBLESHOOTING TOOLS EMERGE
        MONITORING NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE
        MANY LAYERS OF RECOVER
        MPLS AGGREGATION FEATURES
        AUTOMATICALLY SWITCHED OPTICAL NETWORKING
        GET YOUR REFERENCES STRAIGHT
        PLAYING MULTIPLE ROLES
    OPTICAL BURST SWITCHING
        NETWORK AND NODE ARCHITECTURE
        BURST GENERATION
        CHANNEL SCHEDULING
        QOS SUPPORT
        CONTENTION RESOLUTION
    THE NEXT STEP IN OPTICAL NETWORKING
        OPTICAL DATA CONNECTIONS BROKEN DOWN
    THE EMERGENCE OF 10 GIGABIT ETHERNET
        A LOT OF TRAFFIC OPTIONS
    100G ETHERNET SLOWLY TAKES SHAPE
        FOLLOWING THE RIGHT QUEUE
        GOING TO THE EXTREME
        HIGH SPEED COMPLEXITY
        MAKING THE RIGHT CHOICE
        A NEW GROUP FORMS
        BUILDING ON WHAT IS IN PLACE
        TAKING ADVANTAGE OF MORE LANES
        ANALOG VERSUS DIGITAL
    400G ETHERNET LOOMS ON THE HORIZON
        WHAT IS SIMILAR YET DIFFERENT?
        THE RIGHT SPEED AT THE RIGHT PRICE
    TERABIT BURST SWITCHING

Chapter 5: DATA CENTER COMMUNICATION     

    SERVER CONSOLIDATION TAKES SHAPE
        TO EACH, ITS OWN APPROACH
        WHAT'S THE TRUE CAPACITY?
        PHYSICAL CONSOLIDATION BRINGS IT ALL TOGETHER
        CONSOLIDATING THE WORKLOAD
        EASING THE ADMINISTRATIVE BURDEN
    CLOUD COMPUTING EMERGES AS A FORCE
        THE POWER OF VIRTUALIZATION
        THREE DIFFERENT CLOUD MODELS EMERGE
        MORE CLOUD CHOICES
        DRIVING CLOUD ADOPTION
        BENEFITS FOR SYSTEMS INTEGRATORS
        IMPACT ON CONSUMERS
    SSD DRIVE STORAGE UPGRADES
        NO MORE WAITING
        MORE CONSISTENT PERFORMANCE
        WEARING YOURSELF OUT
        THE BENEFITS OF RAID
        MAKING THE RIGHT CONNECTION
        PCI EXPRESS TAKES SHAPE
        VERSION 2.0 EMERGES
        PCI EXPRESS 2.1 PACKS MORE PUNCH
        CHANGING THE ENCODING SCHEME
    WIRING THE DATA CENTER

Chapter 6: COMPANY PROFILES     

    ACACIA COMMUNICATIONS INC.
    ALTERA CORP.
    APPLIED MICRO CIRCUITS CORP.
    AVAGO TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    BROADCOM CORP.
    CAVIUM INC.
    COHERENT INC.
    DELTA OPTICS TECHNOLOGIES PTE. LTD.
    EMCORE CORP.
    ESCO OPTICS INC.
    EXCELITAS TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
    FIBER INSTRUMENT INC.
    FINISAR CORP.
    FUJITSU LTD.
    FURUKAWA GROUP
    HISENSE GROUP CO. LTD.
    HITACHI LTD.
    INDUSTRIAL FIBER OPTICS INC.
    JDS UNIPHASE CORP.
    MARVELL TECHNOLOGY GROUP LTD.
    MELCO INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.
    MICRON INC.
    MICRONOR AG
    MOSYS INC.
    MULTIMODE FIBER OPTICS INC.
    NEC CORP.
    NEOPTIX FIBER OPTIC SENSORS INC.
    NEOPHOTONICS CORP.
    NETRONOME INC.
    NETSPEED SYSTEMS INC.
    OCLARO INC.
    OPTCORE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
    OPLINK INC.
    OPTIMUM TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    OPTOWAY TECHNOLOGY INC.
    PERKIN ELMER INC.
    REFLEX PHOTONICS INC.
    SOURCE PHOTONICS LTD.
    SUMITOMO ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES LTD.
    SYNOPSYS INC.
    TABULA INC.
    TERAXION INC.
    THORLABS INC.
    WUHAN HUAGONG GENUINE OPTICS TECH CO. LTD.
    WUHAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICES CO. LTD.
    XILINX INC.

 
List of Tables

    Summary Table : GLOBAL OPTICAL MARKET SEGMENT REVENUES, THROUGH 2019
    Table 1 : IP TRAFFIC PER MONTH, THROUGH 2018
    Table 2 : IP TRAFFIC BY MARKET SEGMENT PER MONTH, THROUGH 2018
    Table 3 : PER PORT WLAN PRICING TRENDS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 4 : FORECAST FOR MARKET SHARE OF OPTICAL COMPONENTS BY CATEGORY, 2014 AND 2019
    Table 5 : FORECAST FOR GLOBAL MARKET FOR OPTICAL COMPONENTS BY PRICE AND REVENUE, THROUGH 2019
    Table 6 : TOP FIVE OPTICAL COMPONENT SUPPLIERS, 2019
    Table 7 : NUMBER OF INTERNET USERS WORLDWIDE, 1993 TO 2014
    Table 8 : GLOBAL INTERNET BACKBONE TRAFFIC PATTERNS, 1990-2014
    Table 9 : INTERNET USAGE STATISTICS BY WORLD REGION, 2012
    Table 10 : WIRELESS USAGE PATTERNS BY TYPE, 2014
    Table 11 : CELLULAR NETWORK SUBSCRIBER GROWTH, 2010-2014
    Table 12 : TOP TEN WIRELESS CARRIERS BY NUMBER OF SUBSCRIBERS, 2014
    Table 13 : SONET/SDH DATA RATES AND LINE SPEEDS
    Table 14 : STRUCTURE OF AN ATM CELL
    Table 15 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 16 : TOP FIVE TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 17 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR 100G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 18 : TOP FIVE 100G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 19 : FORECAST FOR ASIAN 100G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 20 : FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN 100G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 21 : FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN 100G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 22 : FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN/AFRICA 100G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 23 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR 40G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 24 : TOP FIVE 40G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 25 : FORECAST FOR ASIAN 40G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 26 : FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN 40G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 27 : FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN 40G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS THROUGH 2019
    Table 28 : FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN/AFRICA 40G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 29 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR 10G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 30 : TOP FIVE 10G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 31 : FORECAST FOR ASIAN 10G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 32 : FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN 10G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 33 : FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN 10G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS THROUGH 2019
    Table 34 : FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN/AFRICA 10G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 35 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR 1G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 36 : TOP FIVE 1G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 37 : FORECAST FOR ASIAN 1G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 38 : FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN 1G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 39 : FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN 1G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 40 : FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN/AFRICA 1G TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 41 : DATA CENTER INFRASTRUCTURE TRENDS
    Table 42 : PCI EXPRESS PERFORMANCE
    Table 43 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 44 : TOP FIVE DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 45 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR 100G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 46 : TOP FIVE 100G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 47 : FORECAST FOR ASIAN 100G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 48 : FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN 100G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 49 : FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN 100G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 50 : FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN/AFRICA 100G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 51 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR 40G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 52 : TOP FIVE 40G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 53 : FORECAST FOR ASIAN 40G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 54 : FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN 40G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 55 : FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN 40G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 56 : FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN/AFRICA 40G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 57 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR 10G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 58 : TOP FIVE 10G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 59 : FORECAST FOR ASIAN 10G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 60 : FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN 10G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 61 : FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN 10G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 62 : FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN/AFRICA 10G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 63 : GLOBAL MARKET FORECAST FOR 1G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2018
    Table 64 : TOP FIVE 1G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS SUPPLIERS, 2014
    Table 65 : FORECAST FOR ASIAN 1G DATA CENTER OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 66 : FORECAST FOR NORTH AMERICAN DATA CENTER 1G OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 67 : FORECAST FOR EUROPEAN DATA CENTER 1G OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019
    Table 68 : FORECAST FOR SOUTH AMERICAN/AFRICA DATA CENTER 1G OPTICAL COMPONENTS, THROUGH 2019

List of Figures

    Summary Figure : GLOBAL OPTICAL MARKET SEGMENT REVENUES, 2013-2019

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