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ElectroniCastが発行した調査報告書(ECAST507301)
◆英語タイトル:Field-Terminated Fusion Splice-On Connector : North American Market Forecast & Analysis 2014-2020
◆商品コード:ECAST507301
◆発行会社(リサーチ会社):ElectroniCast
◆発行日:2015年7月16日
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◆レポート形式:英語 / PDF+Excel
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◆調査対象地域:北米
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【レポートの概要】

Field terminated fiber optic fusion Splice On Connectors (SOC) are installed for rapid repairs or for limited space situations where pre-terminated fiber cabling may be difficult, such as when the cable assembly needs to pass through small openings such as conduit. The connector offers a repeatable alternative termination solution for single-mode or multimode optical fiber.

This report presents the findings of the ElectroniCast market research study of the use of fiber optic fusion splice on connectors (SOC) in non-OEM field installations (inside or outside plant), attaching to an end of an optical fiber.

This report provides the SOC consumption value, quantity and average selling prices in the North American region, which consists of Canada, Mexico and the United States. History data are presented for 2014, plus the year-by-year forecast from 2015 through 2020 for each significant type of field-terminated splice-on connector.

The forecast for each connector type, in turn, is segmented into each selected communication application. Competitive market share estimates for the leading manufacturers of field-terminated fusion splice-on connectors are provided.

As the number of Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) subscribers increase, there is an increased awareness of the importance on construction for connecting the “drop” as well as the indoor connection. Traditionally the connection has been done with the mechanical splice at the outdoor cabinet or inside room of subscriber’s house. It requires operators to take much care and time to handle 0.25mm diameter fiber. And in case of trouble, the mechanical splice connection is difficult and troublesome for investigation and repair.

Yield (quality) of the completed field-installed connector, which can add to additional “Truck-Rolls,” labor expertise (higher paid technicians) and labor time (field installable vs. “plugging”) is a concern. Therefore, for the purpose of less skill-needing construction and easier trouble investigation, there is an increased interest in the field installable fiber optic connector (mechanical splice type and fusion splice types). This market forecast covers the field-installable fusion splice- type fiber optic connectors in North America.

It is important to note, however, that these outdoor links indeed can incorporate pre-determined, designed link-lengths, especially with “Greenfield” and “Drop” applications. This is especially true with advanced fiber optic networks (experienced installations). The price of the field-installable connector versus the pre-terminated (cable assembly) is not necessarily the market driver. The following are some general opinions and assumptions of ElectroniCast:

• Indoors, controlled environments such as Central Offices/Head-Ends, LAN/Inside the Building (horizontal and riser), with the exception of multiple or undetermined cable lengths, have tended to use pre-terminated cable assemblies/patch cords and not use field installable fiber optic connectors. However, as technician skills improve as well as the products becoming more “fool-proof” there will be a continued increase in field installable fiber optic connectors.

• Military/Aerospace, Specialty, and modules/components relatively use less field installable types; however, as more applications increase their “green-field” (brand-new) use of optical fiber, opportunities for fusion splice-based field-termination connectors are present. Other/miscellaneous applications include, but not limited to the following: Industrial Environments, Electric Utility, Broadcast, Security, Transportation, and Oil/Gas/Energy

• Outdoor environments such as undetermined-length Telecommunication links (FTTx), some CATV links and LAN-to-LAN (or LAN) Building-to-Building, Campus links relatively incorporate more field-installable fiber optic connectors.

【レポートの目次】

1. Executive Summary
1.1 Overview
1.2 Fiber Optic Networks – Overview
1.3 Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer Market Trends
1.4 40/100G Ethernet Networks – MPO Connector North America Market Trends
1.5 Use of Fiber Optics in Harsh Environments
2. North American Market Forecast
2.1 Application Overview
2.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors
2.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors
2.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors
2.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors
2.6 Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors
2.7 Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors
3. Competitive Environment
3.1 Company Profiles: SOC competitors and related companies
AFL
Aurora Optics Incorporated
Belden Incorporated
Clearfield, Inc.
CommScope Inc.
Corning Incorporated (Corning Cable Systems)
Diamond SA
Fiber Instruments Sales Inc. (FIS)
Furukawa/Fitel/OFS
Greenlee Textron Inc., a subsidiary of Textron Inc.
Hubbell Incorporated
ILSINTECH
Inno Instrument
LEMO Connectors
Leviton Manufacturing Co., Incorporated
SEIKOH GIKEN CO., Ltd.
Shenzhen Powerlink Electronic Technology Co. Ltd
Sumitomo Electric Lightwave
TE Connectivity Ltd.
Techwin (China) Industry Co., Ltd
3M Interconnect Solutions
3SAE Technologies Inc.
3.2 Market Share Estimates of the Leading SOC Manufacturers
4. Research Methodology
5. Definitions – Acronyms, Abbreviations, and General Terms
6. Market Forecast Data Base – Explanation of Excel File
6.1 Overview
6.2 Tutorial

*** Market Forecast Data Base – Excel Spreadsheets

*** Data Figures – PowerPoint Slides

List of Figures

1.1.1 Mechanical Splice
1.1.2 Fusion Splice
1.1.3 Fiber Optic Connector Ferrules Polish Styles (PC, UPC, APC)
1.1.4 Fiber Optic Connector Ferrules Polish: 8 Degrees of Separation
1.1.5 Assorted Fusion Splice-on Field-Terminated Connectors from AFL
1.1.6 Small and Light Portable Fusion Splicer
1.1.7 Ribbon Fiber Cable
1.1.8 Ribbon Fiber Cable
1.1.9 Ribbon Fiber Cable
1.1.10 Fiber Optic Loose Tube Plenum Cable
1.1.11 Single-Mode (OS2) Ribbon Fiber Cable
1.1.12 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Value North America Forecast
1.1.13 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Quantity North America Forecast
1.1.14 High-Bandwidth Applications
1.1.15 Connector Sales/Distribution Product Flow
1.1.16 Harsh Environment Field-Deployable and Terminated Fiber Optic Connector
1.2.1 FTTP PON Architecture
1.2.2 Basic Data Center Topology
1.2.3 Multi-Tier Data Center Architecture
1.2.4 HFC Distribution System
1.3.1 Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer Global Consumption in 2014, By Region ($, Million)
1.3.2 Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer Global Consumption in 2014, By Forecast ($, Million)
1.4.1 40/100GbE MPO Connector North American Consumption Forecast ($, Million)
1.4.2 40/100GbE MPO Connector, By Type North American Consumption Value
2.1.1 Pre-Terminated Fiber Optic Cable
2.1.2 Generic Components of a Typical Connector
2.1.3 Pre-Polished Field Installable Fiber Optic Connectors (Mechanical)
2.1.4 SC Multimode Field Installable Fiber Optic Connectors (Mechanical)
2.1.5 SC Multimode Field Installable Fiber Optic Connectors (Mechanical)
2.1.6 Fusion Splice Field Termination Connector Kit
2.1.7 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors (SC Splice-on Connectors)
2.1.8 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connector (SC Splice-on Connectors/UPC/SM)
2.1.9 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connector (SC Splice-on Connectors/UPC/SM)
2.1.10 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors/Specifications (LC, SC, ST, FC)
2.1.11 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors (LC, SC, ST, FC)
2.1.12 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors
2.1.13 Structure of the MPO Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connector
2.1.14 MPO Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connector and Fusion Splice Operation
2.1.15 MPO Fusion Spliced Field-Terminated Fiber Optic Connectors
2.1.16 Quad Small Form-Factor Pluggable (QSFP) MSA Solution
2.1.17 Splice-Cassette
2.2.1 Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors North America Forecast ($, Million)
2.2.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors North America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
2.2.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors North America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
2.2.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
2.2.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
2.3.1 Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors North America Forecast ($, Million)
2.3.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors North America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
2.3.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors North America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
2.3.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
2.3.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
2.4.1 Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors North America Forecast ($, Million)
2.4.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors North America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
2.4.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors North America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
2.4.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
2.4.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
2.5.1 Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors North America Forecast ($, Million)
2.5.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors North America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
2.5.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors North America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
2.5.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)


2.5.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
2.6.1 Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors North America Forecast ($, Million)
2.6.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors North America Forecast (QuantityUnits)
2.6.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
2.6.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
2.6.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
2.7.1 Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors North America Forecast ($, Million)
2.7.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors North America Forecast (Qty/Units)
2.7.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors North America Forecast, Type ($M)
2.7.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors North America Forecast, Type (Qty)
2.7.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Type (ASP)
3.1.1 Fusion Splice-On Connectors - Variety
3.1.2 Fusion Splice-On Connectors - MPO
3.1.3 Single Fiber Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
3.1.4 Fusion Splice/Specialty Single-Mode Connector
3.1.5 Aerospace Fusion Splicer – Explosion-proof miniature fusion splicer
3.1.6 MEMS Variable Optical Attenuator (VOA)
3.1.7 MTP® Compatible Splice-On Connector
3.1.8 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors
3.1.9 SOC Parts
3.1.10 Fusion Splicer – Compatible with Splice-On Connectors
3.1.11 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors – Variety
3.1.12 Schematic of MPO connector/single fiber connector(s) “Fan-Out”
3.1.13 Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
3.1.14 Ribbon Fusion Splicer
3.1.15 Comparison of FTTH Fusion Splice on Connectors (SOCs)
3.1.16 Comparison of FTTH Fusion Splice on Connectors (SOCs)
3.1.17 Comparison of FTTH Fusion Splice on Connectors (SOCs)
3.1.18 Single Fiber Core-to-Core Fusion Splicer
3.1.19 LC Splice-On Connectors (SOC), Singlemode UPC 0.9mm
3.1.20 Fusion Splicer Product Line
3.1.21 Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
3.1.22 Splice-On-Connectors - Variety
3.1.23 SC PC Single-mode Fusion Splice On Fiber Fast/Quick Connector
3.1.24 8-Fiber MPO Splice-On Connector for 40G/100G Data Centers
3.1.25 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors - Variety
3.1.26 Fusion Splice on Connector
3.27 Field Installable Fiber Optic Connector (Mechanical-Type)
4.1 ElectroniCast Market Research & Forecasting Methodology

List of Tables

1.1.1 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Market Forecast Product Category List
1.1.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Market Forecast Application Category List
1.1.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors North America Forecast, Fiber Type ($M)
1.1.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors North Amer. Forecast, Fiber Type (Qty)
1.1.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors North America Forecast, Type ($Million)
1.1.6 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors North America Forecast, Type (Qty, Units)
1.1.7 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors North America Forecast, Application ($M)
1.1.8 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors North America Forecast, Application (Qty)
1.2.1 OM3- and OM4-Specified Distances for Ethernet
1.2.2 40G/100G - Physical Layer Specifications
1.2.3 Internet Service Providers in Canada
2.1.1 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Market Forecast Product Category List
2.1.2 Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Market Forecast Application Category List
2.1.3 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North America Forecast, by Type ($Million)
2.1.4 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North America Forecast, by Type (Qty/Units)
2.1.5 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North Amer. Telecom Forecast, by Type ($M)
2.1.6 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North Amer. Telecom Forecast, by Type (Qty)
2.1.7 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North America CATV Forecast, by Type ($M)
2.1.8 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North America CATV Forecast, by Type (Qty)
2.1.9 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Conn. North Amer. Premises/Other Forecast, Type ($M)
2.1.10 Field Terminated Fusion Splice Conn. North Amer. Premises/Other Forecast, Type (Qty)
3.1.1 Fusion Splice Connectors – Compatible Splice Machines
3.1.2 Fusion Splice Connectors – Compatible Splice Machines
3.1.3 Fusion Splice Connectors – Product Offering
3.1.4 Fusion Splice Connectors – Product Offering
3.2 1 Field-Terminated Fusion Splice-On Connector Selected Manufacturers Market Shares
6.1.1 Applications Data Base Category List
6.1.2 Product Data Base Category List



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