According to a new report from CIR, a leading optical networking industry analyst firm, the market for optical video extenders will reach $2.7 billion by 2022, compared to about $120 million now. CIR sees the main driver for this growth being the rise of 8K television and 8K professional video, both of which will become popular in the next few years.read more
New CIR Report States Quantum Encryption Market to Reach $2.5 billion Revenues by 2022: Mobile Systems Will Ultimately Dominate
CIR has just issued a new report that projects the market for quantum key distribution (QKD) systems is expected to reach $2.5 billion by 2022.read more
Optical Interconnects for Consumers and other Non-Data Center Applications to Reach $7.0 Billion by 2022
The market for optical interconnect products in consumer and professional (non-data center) applications is already $1.5 billion in revenues (USD) and will reach $7.0 billion by 2022. The report, “Optical Interconnects and AOCs for Consumer Electronics and Professional Video Applications: A Market Analysis” analyzes the opportunities for active optical cables (AOCs), field-terminated optical links, and application-specific optical links in 11 different end user applications.read more
Charlottesville, Virginia: In its just-released report, “Opportunities in Board-Level Optical Interconnects: Optics-Enabled Circuit Boards, Optical Engines and Optical Backplanes”, industry analyst firm CIR says that “board-level” optical interconnects will reach $5.6 billion by 2022 compared with $696 million in 2017. Much of this growth will come from an entirely new class of MSA-compliant optical boards that will provide massive backbone capacity for routers and switches compared to the conventional electrical backplanes and motherboards of today.
For more details on this report see: http://cir-inc.com/reports/opportunities-in-board-to-board-optical-interconnects-optics-enabled-circui
Charlottesville, Virginia: In its just-released report, “Markets for Active Optical Cables: 2017 – 2026,” Communications Industry Researchers (CIR) claims revenues from AOCs will reach $8.9 billion by 2022 compared with $1.1 billion in 2017. Much of this growth will come from a rush to install 100 Gbps links and the growth of hyperscale data centers. CIR is also seeing important new opportunities emerge for AOCs in 25 GigE, digital signage and personal computing.
The report focuses on the changes occurring as western AOC suppliers merge and Chinese suppliers grow market share. It also discusses applications for AOCs in data centers (Ethernet, InfiniBand and storage networks); digital signage; consumer electronics/personal computing (USB, HDMI, DisplayPort, Thunderbolt, PCIe, etc.); military networks; and campuses. CIR believes that although there may be as many as 200 firms selling AOCs today the market is dominated by 3c-Link, 10Gtek, Amphenol, Broadcom, Finisar, Gigalight, Mellanox, Molex, Samtec, Siemon and TE Connectivity. All of these firms are profiled in this report.
This 110-page report provides granular ten-year AOC market forecasts in both volume and value terms. Breakouts include: transceiver type, MSA, data rate, cable length, fiber type, application and country of use. CIR has been providing coverage of AOC markets for a decade and these forecasts are based on a newly revised forecasting model.read more
Charlottesville, Virginia: According to a new report from Communications Industry Researchers (CIR), the market for active optical cables (AOCs) used in data centers will reach $4.2 Billion in 2020. This report “Active Optical Cable Markets 2015: Data Center and High-Performance Computing Markets,” is the latest CIR report on AOCs, an area CIR has covered for a decade.
Although CIR remains bullish on AOCs, the report finds less innovation than in the past 12 months than previously, suggesting strong growth but at lower prices than might once have been expected.
For more details on this report—including a table of contents and description – see: http://cir-inc.com/reports/active-optical-cable-markets-2015-volume-one-data-center-and-high-performan. CIR will soon publish a companion report covering AOCs for emerging markets including consumer electronics, personal computing and digital signage.read more
Charlottesville, VA: This past year has been good for Active Optical Cables (AOCs) markets. Data centers and HPC facilities are upgrade to 100G and high-speed IB connectivity. AOCs also continue to provide a useful path to the all-optical data center environment. Meanwhile Ethernet AOCs remain the "next big thing" and core router manufacturers have gradually started to adopt AOCs as convenient tools of the trade.
To understand the business opportunities that these trends have created, Communications Industry Researchers (CIR) will release a report on AOCs in September. The new report, “Active Optical Cable Markets 2015: Volume One – Data Center and High-Performance Computing Markets,” is the latest in CIR’s reports on AOCs, an area that it has been covering for almost a decade.read more
Chip-Level Optical Interconnect Market to Reach $990 Million by 2020, Says Just-Published CIR Report
Charlottesville, Virginia: Chip-to-chip and on-chip optical interconnections will generate $990 million in revenues by 2020 according to a new report from Communications Industry Researchers (CIR), the optical networking industry analyst firm. CIR has been tracking the market for optical interconnects for almost ten years and is the leading industry analyst firm providing coverage of optical interconnects.read more
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According to a new report from Communications Industry Researchers, sales of active optical cables (AOCs) for the data center will produce $1.5 billion in revenues by 2019. The report “Active Optical Cable Markets – Data Center Applications,” is part of a two-volume set. CIR has also recently published an analysis and forecast of the market for AOCs for applications in personal computing, consumer electronics and digital signage.read more