Connector and Cable Assembly Sales to Gain Traction, Says Bishop & Associates in Its New Study Published at MarketPublishers.com29 Jun 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The market for gigabit and above connectors and cable assemblies is expected to reach USD 9.9 billion in 2017. Ethernet by all means represents the biggest market. During the next 5 years, the most rapid growth is projected to stem from 100G products, whilst the largest market is likely to remain 10-gigabit in the foreseeable future. This is largely owing to its sustaining power in both corporate local area networks (LANs) and data centers. Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) is poised to witness a slowdown in sales in the forthcoming years.
New market study “The High-Speed Datacom Communications and Connectivity Market – 2017 and Beyond” drawn up by Bishop & Associates examines the market on a global scale.
It provides detailed forecasts of the sales of connectors and cable assemblies during 2017-2022, by connector type, data communication equipment (DCE) market, data rate, medium, and based on the type of cable assemblies. The forecast data are also split by geographic region.
The research provides an all-round review by data rate of the 3 major types of equipment in data communications and cable assemblies; Fibre Channel switch (FC switch), Ethernet switch/router, and InfiniBand (IB) switch.
In addition to an all-round product overview, the report also gives a granular evaluaiton of the competitive scenario. It provides a discussion of the existing and potential product offerings of the various producers. The report analyses how focused suppliers compare with mega connector and cable assembler’s such as Molex, Amphenol, and TE Connectivity. The research report also takes a look at 25G Ethernet as the novel server connection; explains the significance of the migration to 40/100G for data center operators; speculates on the future of FC and IB; and discloses how top‐of‐rack (ToR) switching is impacting the network infrastructure.
More new reports by the publisher can be found at Bishop & Associates page.