Summary of Research Coverage
Comprehensive coverage of the Worldwide Carrier Ethernet Services market with 5-year annual projections for four regional markets (U.S., Asia/Pacific, Europe and Rest of World). U.S. statistics include port and revenue projections through 2017 for five speed segments (10+ Gbps, 1 Gbps, 100 Mbps, 10 Mbps, Sub-10 Mbps) and six service segments (DIA, EPL, EVPL, Metro LAN, WAN VPLS, E-Access), plus market drivers, profile of the addressable market, and service pricing by speed and service. Content also covers Global Provider and U.S. LEADERBOARDs, with detailed annual U.S. market share analysis (from 2002 to present), bi-annual share analysis (from 2006 to present), and share by Service Provider segment (Incumbent carrier, Competitive Provider, Cable MSO) beginning in 2012. Additional analysis included on fiber penetration, ports by access technology (Fiber, SONET/DWDM, Bonded Copper, Bonded T1, Coax/HFC, T3 and other), ports by vertical market segment, Cloud connectivity, the migration of competing technologies (FR/ATM, VPN, PL, DIA, other) to Ethernet, and Layer 3 VPN integration. Directories (with company links) list 100+ Ethernet Equipment Vendors, and 200+ Ethernet Service Providers throughout the world.
Detailed quantification of the availability of business fiber access to network services in the U.S. and Europe from 2004 through the current year. Research content covers the “Fiber Gap”, access solution alternatives to fiber, Ethernet demarcation (on-net vs. off-net), fiber availability trends, fiber penetration by customer segment (Large Enterprise and SMB), and fiber statistics for four building size segments (20-50 employees, 51-100 employees, 101-250 employees and 251+ employees).
@Dynamic Network Connectivity Services
An evolution is underway from static wireline network services to more versatile Dynamic Network Connectivity Services (DNCS) that provide an on-demand, cloud-centric experience with user-directed control over network resources or cloud connectivity. This new research focuses on how and when revenue-generating DNCS offerings will impact the Carrier Ethernet market. Research coverage includes detailed results of a survey conducted jointly with MEF plus Vertical Systems Group’s associated analysis based on executive interviews with leading Ethernet Service Providers.
@Dedicated IP VPNs
Comprehensive coverage of the Worldwide Dedicated IP VPN Services market with 5-year annual projections for four regional markets (U.S., Asia/Pacific, EMEA and Rest of World). Detailed U.S. site and revenue projections for seven speed segments (56 Kbps, Low Speed DSL, 128-768 Kbps, 1.5 Mbps, 2-28 Mbps, 29-100 Mbps, 100+ Mbps) and two service segments (Network-Based IP/MPLS and Site-to-Site). Additional statistics and analysis include U.S. market shares, Hybrid Layer 2/3 VPNs, VoIP, sources of VPN sites, traffic drivers and service pricing for VPN segments by speed. Worldwide and U.S. Service Provider Directories include HQ country, E-Access to VPN availability, and MEF CE 1.0/2.0 certification status.
Detailed 5-year projections of U.S. wireline business access connections with statistics by speed/technology (56/64 Kbps, FT1/T1, DSL/Cable, FT3/T3, OC-3/OC-12+, Ethernet 10 Mbps & lower, Ethernet above 10 Mbps) and service (IP Circuits, Ethernet, Business DSL/Cable, Private Lines, Frame Relay, ATM, High Speed Voice Circuits). Additional content covers U.S. bandwidth projections for all of the speed/technology and service segments, plus detail on U.S. high speed Business Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) connectivity.
Quantitative analysis of retail legacy point-to-point Private Lines worldwide for four regional markets (U.S., Asia/Pacific, EMEA and Rest of World). U.S. detailed statistics and 5-year projections include circuit, revenue, bandwidth and average service pricing by speed (56/64K + lower, FT1, T1, FT3, T3, OC-3, OC-12+). Worldwide and U.S. Service Provider Directories include HQ country and web links. This content also provides a comprehensive look at Private Line Services dating back to 1995 for long-haul / IXC and local / LEC supplied lines.
@Frame Relay Services
The most comprehensive research available on Frame Relay services for four regional markets (U.S., Asia/Pacific, EMEA and Rest of World), including extensive historical statistics from 1991. U.S. statistics include port, revenue and bandwidth projections by speed (56K, FT1, T1, FT3, T3), enterprise installations by network size, plus U.S. market share data. Worldwide and U.S. Service Provider Directories include HQ country and web links. Historical statistics included from 1991.
Coverage of the Worldwide ATM Service market provides more than 15 years of data, including revenue and port counts for four regional markets (U.S., Asia/Pacific, EMEA and Rest of World). Additional U.S. statistics cover ATM port, revenue and bandwidth projections by speed (T1, FT3, T3, OC-3/OC-12+), enterprise installation counts, and market share data. Worldwide and U.S. Service Provider Directories include HQ country and web links. Historical statistics included from 1993.