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Rough times ahead for networking market
Two new reports from Dell'oro Group outline bad news for the networking market in the near future.
Cloud service providers seek to expand footprint in 2020
2020 will bring a move from capacity consumption to expansion for cloud service providers around the world.
Shipment of 25Gbps ports reached new heights in 1Q 2019
Meanwhile, the rest of the Ethernet Controller and Adapter market remains challenged.
Server market sees slowest growth in eight quarters
Dell ranked No.1 in vendor revenue share, followed by HPE, Inspur, Lenovo, Cisco, Huawei, and IBM.
Wide-Area IoT to add $130B to mobile infrastructure growth by 2023
“Operators are in a unique position to leverage their mobile network footprint, and capture new revenue from a wide range of use cases.”
Broadband access equipment revenue dips to $2.9B
Dell’Oro Group says that CPE shipments nearly offset another weak quarter for cable infrastructure.
Cisco winner in campus switching market
“Demand for Cisco’s Catalyst 9000 is being driven by customers upgrading older products, but Cisco is still in the early stages of the refresh cycle.”
Evolved packet core revenues flatten out worldwide
According to Dell’Oro Group Huawei, Nokia, and ZTE gained share in a market that only grew by one per cent.
VoLTE infrastructure market revenue declined 10% - Dell’Oro Group
“Many service providers are not aggressively promoting VoLTE even as LTE subscriptions continue to rise."
Huawei at 29% share of global telecom infrastructure market
Among other telecommunications infrastructure market findings, Dell’Oro reports that Huawei increased its share by 8 percentage points since 2013.
Enterprise WLAN market heading toward global slowdown
Revenue contribution from licenses exceeds contribution from access points for Enterprise Cloud in next five years.
Huawei biggest player in thriving network equipment services market
The market is dominated by the larger players, with more than 80 percent allocated to just the top four vendors.
First commercial 5G core expected in 2020
According to a recent Wireless Packet Core Market report, the CAGR is projected to continue to grow at 3%, with 5G just on the horizon.
Why the optical transport equipment market is on the rise
The cumulative spend on optical transport equipment during the next five years is projected to grow by 16%.
5G will propel RAN market to $160b in near future
5G growth is expected to advance at a faster pace than LTE, particularly within the APAC region.
Cloud-native networking core market seeing growth
Dell’Oro group has released two reports that show that the expectation for 5G is driving the growth of cloud-native IMS VoLTE and EPC core markets.
WLAN market picks up thanks to high-end products
Dell’Oro Group have released a report showing that the WLAN market picked up in 2Q18 as 802.11ax saw its first shipments.
White box losing out to brands in 100 GE switching market
H3C, Cisco and Huawei have all gained share in the growing competition in the data centre switching market.
Mobile Infrastructure market sees fastest growth since 2014
The report from Dell’Oro shows that while the vendor rankings for the top three vendors remained unchanged with Huawei, Ericsson, and Nokia leading.
Cambium enters multibillion-dollar Ethernet switching market
"Enterprise IT managers, MSPs and ISPs need affordable enterprise-grade solutions that satisfy end users."
Why there’s a network security gold rush
"Enterprise-class firewalls continue to drive revenue growth."
Data centre switch market grows as VoLTE dips - Dell’Oro
Two new reports from Dell’Oro show growth in the data centre switch market, while the voice over LTE market had a temporary setback.
Huawei, Ericsson take majority of growing evolved packet core market
As market revenue grew by 4% from last quarter, the companies combined market shares reacher over 60%.
Boom in some areas of data center infrastructure, decay in others
It would seem the steady march of innovation continues, with some technologies riding the wave and others being left in its wake.