PUBLISHER: DataM Intelligence | PRODUCT CODE: 1208697
PUBLISHER: DataM Intelligence | PRODUCT CODE: 1208697
U.S. optical transceivers market size was worth US$ XX million in 2021 and is estimated to reach US$ XX million by 2029, growing at a CAGR of 11.11% during the forecast period (2022-2029).
A connecting component that can transmit and receive data is called an optical transceiver, sometimes a fiber optic transceiver. It has a transmitter and a receiver as its two major components. The crucial component converts signals to light signals and vice versa using fiber optic technology.
Since optical transceivers can move big amounts of data through a network, optical transceivers are crucial in most industries in telecom applications. The adaptable part can be inserted into a network device or integrated into it. They are available in various sizes and shapes. The form factors of optical transceivers describe their many varieties.
The need for mobile data services is anticipated to increase rapidly. The market for optical transceivers in U.S. is anticipated to be driven by the demand for fast data transmission speeds. However, the high price of optical transceivers could impede progress.
Increasing demand for mobile data services
In the coming five years, strengthening 5G infrastructure will be made possible by an increase in mobile subscribers, particularly in emerging nations. According to the Cisco Report on Digital Transformation, there were 2.4 networked devices per person in 2018; by the end of 2023, this number will rise to 3.6. There were 18.4 billion networked devices in use in 2018, including laptops, desktop computers, smartphones, tablets and other gadgets. By 2023, this number is predicted to increase to 29.3 billion.
The introduction of 5G is essential for the growth of the optical transceivers industry, which raises the demand for wireless fronthaul optics. As a result, the market for 5G infrastructure is rising due to the rising demand for mobile data services, which directly impacts optical transceiver demand in U.S.
Need for high data transfer speed with low latency
Today's world demands high-speed data transfer with low latency and businesses are working to lower network latency wherever it occurs in the workflow for algorithmic trading. In the past, latency has been reduced by using lightning-fast CPUs, apps and lightning-fast storage links.
Thus, reducing data transmission latency in network systems and fiber-based transport networks is becoming increasingly popular to save fractions of seconds. Furthermore, substantially more bandwidth capacity is required due to the rapid increase in trade volumes and the fact that low-latency business data is not compressed.
High costs of product
An optical transceiver is an essential component of a data center; large optical transceivers are needed in data centers. The product's market has grown recently due to the increasing demand. High beginning costs are the main obstacle to the market's expansion.
Only a select few essential stakeholders are willing to invest in the product's company because every component is expensive. Transceivers cost even more than the entire cost of the network equipment, especially when it comes to 40G and 100G high-speed optics. For instance, a 100G optical transceiver can be more expensive than a regular box switch.
COVID-19 Impact Analysis
Due to the growing popularity of smart devices and increased data traffic among various end users, U.S. optical transceiver market has experienced rapid growth. In addition, before COVID-19, the optical transceiver market was driven by rising demand for cloud computing applications and the need for small, energy-efficient transceivers.
Another significant reason driving up demand for optical transceivers in the forecast period is the government and other communication businesses' increasing efforts to create and implement 5th-generation mobile communication networks by 2020. However, the growing migration to remote work drives the demand for networking infrastructure and connectivity. The demand could, however, strain the system and cause problems with how the public perceives reality.
By application, U.S. optical transceivers market is segmented into data centers and telecommunication.
The high use of VR, AI and 4K video streaming drives the data center's growth
The industry analysis predicts that in 2021, the infrastructure of data centers will grow globally. U.S. has the most number of data centers (around 2500). By 2022, five zettabytes of IP traffic per year are anticipated to be generated on the internet, according to Cisco.
The primary market drivers are the high utilization of virtual reality, artificial intelligence, 4K video streaming and cloud services. To enable 400G networks, data center providers are switching to single lambda 100G networking. The action increases capacity while using less room and power and conserving money.
The optical transceivers market in U.S. is fragmented, with several major competitors controlling sizable shares. Companies like Fujitsu Optical Components Limited, Source Photonics, HG Genuine Co., Ltd and others promote product launches as a strategy for market expansion by bringing the most recent technology as needed by the intended audience.
Major U.S. optical transceivers market companies include Cisco Systems Inc., Millennium Circuits Limited, Accelink Technologies Co., Ltd, 13.4. Lumentum Holdings Inc., Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Eoptolink Technology Inc., Ltd., Fujitsu Optical Components Limited, Source Photonics, Aimtron Electronics Pvt., Ltd. and Optocom Corporation.
Cisco Systems Inc.
Overview: Cisco Systems Inc. offers services in the following industries: sports and entertainment, manufacturing, government, healthcare, cities & communities, energy, education and so on. The solutions segment includes cloud services. The business has sales offices in over 95 countries and offers services in North America, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Middle East.
Product Portfolio: For the data center, high-performance computing networks, enterprise core & distribution layers and service provider applications, the firm portfolio includes a wide range of super high-density transceiver modules and the adaptability of 100 and 400 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity.
Key Development: Acacia Communications, Inc. was bought by Cisco Systems Inc. on March 20, 2021. Cisco integrated Acacia optics devices in its Internet for the future plan and optical components business.
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