December 04, 2006
With the recent endorsement of 100 Gbps Ethernet (GigE) by an IEEE Study Group, new opportunities for modules and component firms are about to appear. To help clients better understand and capitalize on these opportunities, CIR, an industry analysis firm, has announced the release of a new report titled "Beyond 10 & 40 Gbps; Next Generation Ethernet and Sonet/SDH." The report examines the evolution of networking beyond 10 Gbps and 40 Gbps speeds and shows where the next big wave of high-speed network commercialization will hit.
CIR claims that development efforts geared towards moving beyond current line rates will impact the networking value chain much sooner than expected and in a number of different ways.
CIR's report includes an analysis of the opportunities and addressable markets for emerging markets for TDM, Ethernet and WDM networks operating at above 40 Gbps. It covers both optical and electronic components including lasers, modulators, detectors, electronic and optical dispersion products, amplifiers, WDM components, MAC, PMD and PHY chips and many other areas. The report also discusses the firms that are already making waves in this space and provides an assessment of the addressable market for these next-generation networks over the next decade. Firms covered in this report include Apogee, Avago, Avanex, Bookham, Broadcom, Emcore, ExceLight, Finisar, Fujitsu, Infinera, Intel, JDSU, Hitachi Cable, Luxtera, MergeOptics, OCPI, NEC, Picolight, Opnext and Vitesse among others. Additional details about the report including a summary and outline can be found on the firm's website at http://www.cir-inc.com.
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