|[April 04, 2014]
Research and Markets: Next-Generation Ethernet Market Report
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f68mm6/nextgeneration)
has announced the addition of the "Next-Generation
Ethernet Market Report" report to their offering.
With 40 GigE commonplace and 100 GigE no longer bleeding edge, optical
networking is ready to embark on a quest for 400 GigE; perhaps an
interim step on the way to Terabit Ethernet.
Based on this more than two decades of experience, the author presents
in this report a view on how 400 GigE will be commercialized, how the
400 GigE business case will be made, and where the opportunities are to
be found for carriers, equipment makers and component makers.
This report will make compelling reading for optical networking firms at
the equipment, subsystem and component levels of the Ethernet value
chain. The report contains a quntitative forecast over the next decade
for 400 GigE under several different scenarios, along with an assessment
of strategies of the firms that the author believes will be the key
players in this space.
In this report, the author presents its view on where 400 GigE
opportunities will be found for component makers, equipment firms and
carriers. It focuses on demand from medium-to-large data centers, but
also discusses how 400 GigE will play in metro networks and in WANs.
Since 400 GigE will be a significant technological challenge, this
report also discusses how the latest VCSEL, FEC and modulation
technology will enable the new 400 GigE standard. Also covered are the
likely module MSAs that will be used for 400 GigE.
The report also provides a strategic assessment of firms that will be
the key players in 400 GigE space. Firms discussed in this report
include: Arista, Avago, Brocade, Cisco, Extreme Networks, Facebook,
Finisar, Furukawa, Google, IBM, JDSU, Juniper, Molex, Netflix, Sumitomo,
TE Connectivity (News - Alert), ULM Photonics, and VI Systems.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Evolution of 400 GigE Technology
Chapter Three: Content-Related Drivers for 400 GigE Demand
Chapter Four: Potential Markets and Market Uncertainties for 400 GigE
Brocade (News - Alert)
JDSU (News - Alert)
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f68mm6/nextgeneration
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