Published on : Aug 08, 2017
Albany, New York, August 08, 2017: The world carrier ethernet access devices market to reach a decent valuation at a 3.10% CAGR during the forecast timeframe 2017–2021. The report has carried the title “Global Carrier Ethernet Access Devices Market” According to the report, one of the primary driving factors of the market could be the surging acceptance of ethernet access devices in telecom networks backhaul. On account of the rising requirement of high-speed packet transfer, fiber cables have been predicted to be rapidly adopted in the telecom sector as a first-choice backhaul or connection.
Long-term evolution (LTE), 3G, and other advanced telecom technologies have been increasingly deployed by a vast count of telecom operators. Such technological developments allow operators to provide high-speed broadband services. There could be a large number of operators adopting advanced next-gen networks as a replacement to their legacy backhaul networks. In order to improve the efficiency of backhaul networks, operators could also replace copper-based conventional carrier ethernet access devices and deploy more number of fiber networks.
However, industry players have been expected to be challenged by complex maintenance and installation processes of carrier ethernet access devices. Nevertheless, there could be opportunities arising from the trend of a decrease in the prices of carrier ethernet access devices.
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In view of a geographical analysis of the world carrier ethernet access devices market, the Americas have been envisaged to post a leading share throughout the course of the forecast period. The demand in the Americas market for carrier ethernet access devices could be augmented by the heavy presence of different telecom operators replacing their present telecom technology with more enhanced versions. Besides this, the growth of carrier ethernet access devices in the Americas could be supported by the surge in the adoption of 100 GbE switches owing to a mounting demand for high-speed networks. Other regions such as Europe, the Middle East, and Africa and Asia Pacific have also been discussed in the publication.
With a view to study the vendor landscape for carrier ethernet access devices, the authors of the report have discussed some of the leading participants of the market, including Dell, Cisco Systems, Brocade Communications Systems, Arista Networks, and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise. Apart from covering most of the important aspects of the vendor landscape, the authors have provided a deep research about its growth prospects in the foreseeable future.
Providers of telecommunications services have been studied to be empowered by carrier ethernet to provide ethernet services such as E-Tree, E-LAN, and E-Line as carriers switch to internet protocol (IP) and packet-based networks. Edge, access, and aggregation layers of carrier networks are usually the areas where carrier ethernet switches are deployed. This allows carrier networks to provide distinguished services to mobile, residential, and business users and a reliable, higher bandwidth.
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