ResearchMoz: DSL Chips Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide,
2013 to 2018 - Market Research Report
ALBANY, New York, February 7, 2013
ALBANY, New York, February 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
New Report Added in ResearchMoz Reports Database DSL Chips: Market Shares,
Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2018
ResearchMoz announces that it has published a new study DSL Chips: Market
Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2018 .
WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study DSL Chips:
Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2013 to 2018. The 2013
study has 232 pages, 72 tables and figures. Worldwide DSL chip markets
continue to achieve significant growth in spite of the dire predictions of
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According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, "Deutsche Telekom,
British Telecom, AT&T, Bell Canada, Century/Qwest and many other carriers have
made clear they will use DSL, not fiber, for the majority of lines because
it's cheaper. Increasingly, that's DSL from a neighborhood DSLAM (FTTN) with
short loops that will soon be capable of 100 megabits through bonding and
vectoring. There is plenty of copper wire in the telecommunications networks
that can be used to provide broadband connectivity from fiber in the
neighborhood, DSLAM connectivity to copper wires running into the home."
The rapid advance of end to end optical broadband networks continues to
threaten to make xDSL obsolete, but copper will never go away, fiber is too
expensive to use it to replace all the copper and the copper works in many
cases and does not need to be replaced. xDSL markets will be strong for some
long time to come as copper remains a transport line.
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Copper is everywhere in the telecommunications network. It is still the
primary wireless backbone transport means, meaning it continues to be vital as
new wireless systems continue to expand their markets. It predominates in the
local loop, creating demand for systems that are able to support high speed
signal transport over copper wire.
Both smart phones and tablet devices depend on wire line backhaul, much of
which is copper. As copper goes away, xDSL goes away, but this is certainly
not happening within the forecast period. The development and growth of the
broadband digital subscriber line (DSL) and communications processing markets
is assured as carriers seek to leverage their investment in copper wire
infrastructure. DSL is the way to do that with its support for high speed
communications and video signal transport.
Vendors consider companies that have access to broadband or communications
processing technology as potential competitors. Established competitors,
suppliers of products based on new or emerging technologies, and customers who
choose to develop their own technology.
Deutsche Telekom, British Telecom, AT&T, Bell Canada, Century/Qwest and many
other carriers have made clear they will use DSL, not fiber, for the majority
of lines because it's cheaper. Increasingly, that's DSL from a neighborhood
DSLAM (FTTN) with short loops that will soon be capable of 100 megabits
through bonding and vectoring.
Even the DSL customers have a hybrid fiber / copper connection; it is just the
last mile that is copper, hence requiring DSL.
The communications consumer end points worldwide are moving to 100% wireless
smart phones that can connect to the Internet. The communications
infrastructure worldwide will remain wire based to connect the central office
to the base stations, and to provide Internet / IP based connectivity to the
home. The wire based communications infrastructure worldwide is all moving to
fiber so as to handle the increased demand for bandwidth.
The copper is not efficient for the cable companies because of the demand for
bandwidth to the home that the cable companies are providing. The copper is
not efficient in the wireless backbone connectivity of the central office to
the wireless base stations, and hence there is a priority on replacing the
copper that is there first. The copper from the curb or from the neighborhood
to toe home is efficient; therefore the need for DSL persists.
Worldwide tablet market revenues at $799 million in 2011 are anticipated to
reach $1.7 billion by 2018. DSL chip market s are forecast to grow
year-over-year throughout the forecast period. This is in the context of a
world communications infrastructure that is changing and seeking to leverage
the existing plant to hold down costs. Technology is enabling interaction,
innovation, and sharing of knowledge in new ways. DSL chips promise to bring
significant new broadband for Internet access capability making the Internet
available for increasingly productive, efficient use.
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