Today’s Presenter Sujan Sami, Principal Analyst Frost & Sullivan • Research and Consulting expertise in the areas of: - mergers and acquisitions - growth diagnostics - geographic expansion - end user analysis - competitive benchmarking and - market sizing • More than 8 years of research and consulting project management experience in the Test & Measurement arena 2
Focus Points 1 Market Overview 2 Major Drivers and Restraints 3 Market Trends 4 End User Opportunities 5 Geographic Segmentation 6 Key Takeaways 3
Market Overview Fiber Optic Test Equipment Market: Revenue Forecast Fiber Optic Test Equipment Market: Percent of Revenues by Product Type , 2011-2018 (Global), 2011 and 2018 900.0 805.8 800.0 700.0Revenue ($Million) 600.0 584.4 500.0 400.0 300.0 Product Portfolio: 200.0 • Optical time domain reflectometers (OTDR) • Optical light source (OLS) 100.0 • Optical power meter (OPM) • Optical loss test set (OLTS) 0.0 • Remote fiber test systems (RFTS) 2011 2018 • Optical spectrum analyzer (OSA) • Others include tunable lasers, dense wave division Year multiplexer (DWDM), chromatic dispersion (CD), coarse wavelength division multiplexing (CWDM) and polarization mode dispersion (PMD) Note: All figures are rounded; the base year is 2011, Source: Frost & Sullivan. 4
Drivers and Restraints Total FOTE Market: Key Market Drivers and Restraints, Global, 2012–2018 1–2 years 3–4 years 5–7 years Support for 40-gig and 100-gig networksMarket Drivers Need for high performance and faster data transfer Growth in FIP Technological growth Low educational level in emergingMarket Restraints countries Less number of networks monitored Competition for stand-alone FOTE Impact: High Medium Low Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 5
Key Market Trends Global Infrastructure RankingRank Country Overall Score 1 Germany 94.6 2 France 93.9 3 United kingdom 92.3 4 United States 90.2 5 Netherlands 88.6 6 Switzerland 87.6 7 Austria 85.3 Key trends and factors to be considered 8 Belgium 84.7 for the growth of this market include 9 Korea 83.9 technology growth, higher bandwidth, cost reduction, and all-optical networks, 10 China 81.7 to name a few. Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 6
Poll QuestionDo you think growth in FOTE will depend on inventions such as GoogleFiber or there is enough market potential for fiber already?• New inventions are required from customers• There is enough potential FOTE opportunities to be tapped• Innovations should be driven from test vendors’ side 7
End User Opportunities Service providers, telecom providers, and Touch screen – future enterprises growth Fiber optic Investment broadband Decisions • HDTV • Infrastructure growth • Bandwidth speed • Government funding • Complexity of networks Business Drivers Development • WDM PON • 10 gig PON APAC Commercial • IPTV deployments and region ization VoD Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 8
Geographic Segmentation Fiber Optic Cable – Largest Producers Globally• China, North America, Japan, and Korea contributed to more than 70 percent of the global broadband users.• Upcoming high-speed serial interfaces and standards such as USB 3.0 are technological growth arenas where FOTE finds more potential. Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 9
Key TakeawaysIncrease in R&D Activity Offering holistic solutions Broadband access to CAGR of 4.7% Increase in Educational “last mile” 2011-2018 StandardsStand-alone to Integrated Huge Subscriber Base FOTE Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 10
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