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The High-Speed Datacom Communications and Connectivity Market – 2017 and Beyond

May 2017 | | ID: HC81C527422EN
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Is Your Company Prepared as 100G Expands in the Gigabit Market?

This report analyzes:

What the shift to 40/100G means to the data center operator and the role that Fibre Channel and InfiniBand will play in this shift.

How top-of-rack (ToR) switching is affecting the network infrastructure.

Provides a detailed assessment of the key connector and cable assemblers in this market – Bel Connectivity, CommScope, Corning, Telegärtner, and many others – their current and anticipated products and how they compare with mega connector and cable assembler’s like Amphenol, Molex and TE Connectivity.

Be ready to move your company into this new era of cable and connectivity, order your copy of this report today.

Executive Summary

The Overall High-Speed Datacom Network Connectivity Market
  Table ES-1 – Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies Sales by Equipment Category
  Table ES-2 – Total Ethernet Connectors and Cable Assemblies by Data Rate
  Figure ES-1 – Ethernet Connectors and Cables by Data Rate 2017 and 2022
  Figure ES-2 – Ethernet Connectors and Cables by Data Rate
  Table ES-3 – Total Ethernet Connectors and Cable Assemblies by Product Types
  Figure ES-3 – Breakdown of Ethernet Connectors and Cables by Market
Gigabit Ethernet Still a Volume Application
10-Gigabit Ethernet Largest Revenue Opportunity
  Figure ES-4 – 10G Interconnect Product Revenue
25G Ethernet as the New Server Connection
  Figure ES-5 – 25G Connectors and Cables
40/100G Ethernet
  Figure ES-6 - 40/100G Connectors and Cable Assemblies Forecast
Fibre Channel and InfiniBand
  Figure ES-7 – Fibre Channel Connectors and Cables
  Figure ES-8 – InfiniBand Connectors and Cables
High-Speed Datacom Connectivity Vendors
  Table ES-4 - High-Speed Data Communications Connector and Cable Assembly Top Suppliers and Products

Chapter 1 – Introduction

Introduction
Background
The High-Speed LAN and DC Evolution
  Figure 1 – Ethernet Data Rate Evolution
Scope and Objectives
Scope of this Report
Connector and Cable Assemblies Covered
Methodology and Information Sources
Plan of Report

Chapter 2 – Network Equipment Market and Connectivity Trends

Introduction
Ethernet
  Table 2-1 – Data Communications Ethernet Variants 1G and Beyond
  Table 2-2 – Wide Area Neatwork Data Rate Progression
  Table 2-3 – Local Area Network and Enterprise Data Center Data Rate Progression
Ethernet Servers and Switches
Storage Area Networks and Fibre Channel
  Table 2-4 – Fibre Channel Device Data Rate Roadmap
  Table 2-5 – Fibre Channel ISL Data Rate Roadmap
High Performance Computing (HPC) and InfiniBand
  Figure 2-5 – Today’s Supercomputer
  Table 2-6 – InfiniBand Formats and Data Rates
  Figure 2-6 – InfiniBand Roadmap
Ethernet versus Fibre Channel and InfiniBand
  Figure 2-7 – Top 500 HPC Systems by Interconnect
Mobile Backhaul
4G, LTE, LTE-Advanced
  Figure 2-8 – Mobile Phone Network Technology Progression
3GPP LTE and LTE-Advanced
  Figure 2-9 – Network Solutions from GSM to LTE
4G to 5G
  Figure 2-10 – Huawei’s Vision of the Mobile Network to Support 5G
  Figure 2-11 – Mobile Network Evolution Roadmap
The Mobile Backhaul Network
  Figure 2-12 – Mobile Anyhaul Network to Support 5G
New Technologies to Support 4G and Beyond
Market Opportunities for LTE
  Figure 2-13 – LTE Networks
Gigabit Datacom Connector and Cable Assembly Products
1G, 10G, 25G, and 40G Copper – RJ45 Family
  Figure 2-14 – Category 6 UTP Jack for Patch Panels
  Figure 2-15 – Category 6 Plugs, Patch Cords, and Patch Panels
  Figure 2-16– Category 6A Modular Jack
  Figure 2-17– Category 6A Shield Modular Plug and Cable Assembly
  Figure 2-18 – Siemon Company TERA™ Connector
  Figure 2-19 – Nexans GG45 Connectors
  Figure 2-20 – Bel Stewart’s ARJ45® Connectors
  Figure 2-21 – Category 8 F/UTP Jack for Patch Panels
  Figure 2-22 – Category 8 Patch Cords, Patch Panel Connector and Cable
1G/10G/25G – SFP Family
  Figure 2-23 – SFP+ Direct Attach Copper Cable Assembly
  Figure 2-24 – 20-Position SFP Board Connector, Cages, and DAC
  Figure 2-25 – SFP28 Optical Module
Pre-terminated Fiber Assemblies
  Figure 2-26 – Examples of Patch Cords and Pre-terminated Assemblies
  Figure 2-27 – 4-Connector End-to-End Fibre Channel Connection
  Figure 2-28 – Harness Assemblies for a Brocade 48000 Switch in a Data Center
  Figure 2-29 – Fiber-Optic Trunk Cable with Pulling Eye
  Figure 2-30 – MPO End Face
  Figure 2-31 – MPO Key and Marking
  Figure 2-32 – Side View Cut-away of Cassette MPO Connection
  Figure 2-33 – MPPO Connector End Face within Cassette
  Figure 2-34 – TIA-568C Method A Polarity
  Figure 2-35 – TIA-568C Method B Polarity
  Figure 2-36 – TIA-568C Method C Polarity
40G QSFP10 Family
  Figure 2-37 – Amphenol FCI’s QSFP10 DAC
  Figure 2-38 – Finisar’s QSDP10 Module and Berk-Tek’s Fiber Cable
  Figure 2-39 – Molex’s QSFP10 38 Position Board Mount Mating Connector
  Figure 2-40 – MPO Cable Connector
  Figure 2-41 – Avago Technologies QSFP10 AOC
100G CXP Family
  Figure 2-42 – CXP Board-mount connectors with cage, DAC and Fiber Assembly
  Figure 2-43 – Board-mount integrated mating connector
  Figure 2-44 – Avago Technologies’ CXP Optical Module
  Figure 2-45 – Avago Technologies CXP AOC
100G CFP Family
  Figure 2-46 – TE Connectivity CFP Hardware
  Figure 2-47 – Reflex Photonics CFP Module
  Figure 2-48 – FIT’s CFP2 Module
  Figure 2-49 – CFP2 Module Plug Connector Assembly
  Figure 2-50 – Fujitsu OCs CFP4 Module
  Figure 2-51 – CFP4 Module Plug Connector
100G QSFP28 Family
  Figure 2-52 – ColorChip QSFP28 Module
  Figure 2-53 – QSFP28 Hardware
100G CPAK Family
  Figure 2-54 – Cisco CPAK Module
400G CDFP Family
  Figure 2-55 – CDFP Form Factor
  Figure 2-56 – CDFP Host Connector, Heat Sink and Cage
400G CFP8 Family
  Figure 2-57 – CFP8 Transceiver
  Figure 2-58 – 124 Pin CFP8 Plug Connector
  Figure 2-59 – 124 Pin CFP8 Host Board-Mount Connector
Other 400G Solutions – QSFP-DD and OSFP
  Figure 2-60 – QSFP-DD Form Factor
  Figure 2-61 – Connector Detail for the QSFP-DD
  Figure 2-62 – OFSP Form Factor for 400G
On-Board Optics
  Figure 2-63 – MXC versus MTP Connector

Chapter 3 – Competitive Landscape

Introduction
3M
  Table 3-1 – 3M’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Amphenol
  Table 3-2 – Amphenol’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Belden   Table 3-3 – Belden’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Bel Connectivity
  Table 3-4 – Bel Connectivity’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
CommScope
  Table 3-5 – CommScope’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Corning
  Table 3-6 – Corning’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Foxconn Interconnect Technology (FIT)
  Table 3-7 – FIT’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Molex
  Table 3-8 – Molex’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
The Nexans Group
  Table 3-9 – Nexans’ Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Panduit
  Table 3-10 – Panduit’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Siemon
  Table 3-11 – Siemon’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
TE Connectivity
  Table 3-12 – TE Connectivity’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Telegärtner
  Table 3-13 – Telegärtner’s Gigabit-to-400G HS Data Communications Connector and Cable Assemblies Offering
Others

Chapter 4 – Five-Year Forecasts

Introduction
Total Market
  Table 4-1 - Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies - Sales by Equipment Category 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-2 – Regional Percentages for Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-3 – Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies Sales by Region 2017 through 2022
  Figure 4-1 – 2017 Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies Sales by Region
  Figure 4-2 – 2022 Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies Sales by Region
  Figure 4-3 – Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies 2017 through 2022 Sales by Region
  Table 4-4 – Ethernet Connectors and Cable Assemblies Sales by Region 2017 through 2022 with 5-Year CAGR
  Table 4-5 - Fibre Channel Connectors and Cable Assemblies Sales by Region 2017 through 2022 with 5-Year CAGR
  Table 4-6 – InfiniBand Connector and Cable Assemblies Sales by Region 2017 through 2022 with 5-year CAGR
  Figure 4-4 – Ethernet, Fibre Channel & InfiniBand Sales 2017 through 2022
Total Ethernet Enterprise Products
Ethernet Structured Cabling Market
  Table 4-7 – Ethernet Structured Cabling Components by Data Rate 2017 though 2022
  Table 4-8 – Ethernet Structured Cabling Components by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-9 – Ethernet Copper Structured Cabling Components 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-10 – Ethernet Fiber Structured Cabling Components 2017 through 2022
  Figure 4-5 – Ethernet Copper vs. Fiber Structured Cabling Components 2017 through 2022
Ethernet Interconnect Market
  Table 4-11 – Ethernet Interconnect Components by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-12 – Ethernet Interconnect Components by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-13 – Ethernet Interconnect Connectors by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-14 – Ethernet Interconnect Connectors by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-15 – Ethernet Interconnect Cable Assemblies by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-16 – Ethernet Interconnect Cable Assemblies by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-17 – Ethernet Interconnect Copper Connectors by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-18 – Ethernet Interconnect Copper Connectors by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-19 – Ethernet Interconnect Fiber Connectors by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-20 – Ethernet Interconnect Fiber Connectors by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-21 – Ethernet Interconnect Copper Cable Assemblies by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-22 – Ethernet Interconnect Copper Cable Assemblies by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-23 – Ethernet Interconnect Fiber Cable Assemblies by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-24 – Ethernet Interconnect Fiber Cable Assemblies by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-25 – Ethernet Interconnect Copper Components 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-26 – Ethernet Interconnect Fiber Components 2017 through 2022
Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Products – Connectors
  Table 4-27 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Connectors by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-28 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Connectors by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-29 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Copper Connectors by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-30 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Copper Connectors by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-31 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Fiber Connectors by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-32 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Fiber Connectors by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Figure 4-6 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Copper vs Fiber Connectors 2017 through 2022
Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Products – Cable Assemblies
  Table 4-33 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Cable Assemblies by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-34 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Cable Assemblies by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-35 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Copper Cable Assemblies by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-36 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Copper Cable Assemblies by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-37 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Fiber Cable Assemblies by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-38 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Fiber Cable Assemblies by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Figure 4-7 – Ethernet Wireless Backhaul Copper vs Fiber Cable Assemblies 2017 through 2022
Fibre Channel
  Table 4-39 – Fibre Channel Products by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Figure 4-8 – Fibre Channel Products by Data Rate 2027 through 2022
  Table 4-40 – Fibre Channel Products by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-41 – Fibre Channel Copper Products 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-42 – Fibre Channel Fiber Products 2017 through 2022
  Figure 4-9 – Fibre Channel Copper vs Fiber Products 2017 through 2022
InfiniBand Connectivity Market
  Table 4-43 – InfiniBand Products by Data Rate 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-44 – InfiniBand Products by Product Type 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-45 – InfiniBand Copper Products 2017 through 2022
  Table 4-46 – InfiniBand Fiber Products 2017 through 2022
  Figure 4-10 – InfiniBand Fiber vs Copper Products 2017 through 2022
Introduction
The Overall Multi-Gigabit Datacom Network Connectivity Market
Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies – Sales by Equipment Category
Total Ethernet Connectors and Cable Assemblies by Data Rate
Ethernet Connectors and Cables by Data Rate 2015 and 2019
Ethernet Connectors and Cables by Data Rate 2014 through 2019
Total Ethernet Connectors and Cable Assemblies by Product Type 2014 through 2019
Breakdown of Ethernet Connectors and Cables by Product Type
Gigabit Ethernet Still a Volume Application
10-Gigabit Ethernet Largest Revenue Opportunity
SFP+ Connector Forecast
SFP+ and Top of Rack (ToR) Data Center Architecture
40/100 Ethernet Marks a Shift to Parallel Technologies
40/100G Connectors and Cable Assemblies Forecast
Fibre Channel and InfiniBand
Fibre Channel Connectors and Cable Assemblies Forecast by Data Rate
InfiniBand Connectors and Cable Assemblies Forecast by Data Rate
Multi-Gigabit Datacom Connectivity Vendors
Gigabit Data Communications Connectors and Cable Assemblies – Top Suppliers and Products


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