Stay abreast of rapidly changing ethernet and optical ports markets.
We expect the total number of 1G-400G networking ports shipped on enterprise, data center and service provider equipment to surpass 700 million ports in 2021, with global revenue reaching US$50 billion. The combined spend on 1G-400G Ethernet and optical ports should reach a cumulative US$230 billion by 2021. With so much money at stake, choosing the right technologies to invest in is critical.
The 1G-400G Networking Ports Market Tracker helps clients make key strategy and R&D decisions by accurately estimating, forecasting, analyzing and assessing demand for Ethernet and optical ports.
Our biannually updated market tracker contains data on revenue and ports, as well as revenue-by-port forecasts and historical data by region and equipment type.
Customers receive the market size and forecast report in Excel with customizable pivot tables, allowing for ad hoc data comparisons and analysis in tables and charts. A market analysis report in PDF format accompanies the Excel file.
The tracker provides a definitive reference resource for chip/component manufacturers, test/measurement companies, service providers and equipment manufacturers interested in the networking ports market.
Key issues addressed:
- What are the trends affecting demand for various port speeds?
- What is the size of each port market segment now and what is the forecast? How fast is each segment growing?
- Which technologies and speeds are being adopted on various types of enterprise and service provider equipment?
Directing Analyst, Enterprise Networks and Video
A leading expert on enterprise networking and communications technologies, MatthiasMachowinski has 14 years’ experience as an analyst in the telecom and datacom industry and specializes in the data and communication technologies deployed by small/medium businesses (SMBs), enterprises, and public sector organizations. His areas of focus include emerging network use cases, network technologies, architecture adoption rates, wired/wireless convergence, the effects of downtime, and end-user spending trends.