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全球海底電纜系統:電信業者支援資料傳送、頻寬需求

Global Submarine Cable Systems - Facilitating Carriers Meet the Data Transmission & Bandwidth Demand

出版商 WiseStrokes - Wireless Industry Research Consulting 商品編碼 327822
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全球海底電纜系統:電信業者支援資料傳送、頻寬需求 Global Submarine Cable Systems - Facilitating Carriers Meet the Data Transmission & Bandwidth Demand
出版日期: 2015年04月13日 內容資訊: 英文 137 Pages
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全球海底電纜產業持續高成長,成為領先世界的通訊電信業者重要的領域之一。通訊業者繼續發展,著重下一代海底電纜系統的投資。

本報告提供全球海底有線網路調查分析,以主要地區為焦點,提供網路概要、最新趨勢、主要供應商概要等系統性資訊。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 現有海底電纜系統概要與分析

  • 全球市場分析
  • 大西洋地區市場概要與分析
  • 太平洋地區市場概要與分析
  • 大洋洲地區市場概要與分析
  • 北美、南美地區市場概要與分析
  • 非洲、撒哈拉以南地區市場概要與分析
  • 東南亞、中東地區市場概要與分析

第3章 供應商概要

  • 系統供應商
  • 升級供應商

第4章 主要海底有線網路

第5章 全球海底電纜市場主要升級

第6章 主要海底電纜供應商

  • 富士通
  • Huawei Marine Networks
  • TE Connectivity
  • NSW
  • ZTT International Ltd
  • Nexans
  • OCC Corporation
  • 日本電氣
  • Alcatel-Lucent

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目錄

The global submarine cable industry continues to witness high growth and is amongst one of the prime focus areas by the leading telecom carriers globally which has aptly been supported by the recent development and advancements in the underlying and supporting technologies for it and increased demand for bandwidth. Long-haul trials of 400G wavelengths was successfully conducted in the year 2014 and it is soon expected that the terabit wavelengths would soon be operational in the next few years.

Telcos continue to focus on investing and deploying in the next generation submarine cable systems, to cater to the increase in the demand of bandwidth requirement of the future. Also, the cable networks deployed earlier continues to undergo up gradation, as telcos continue to leverage upon the connectivity provided by them across the developed countries. Increasing number of telcos are focussing on to catering the demand for international bandwidth across the already high demand markets. However, increasing demand from the developing countries from Asia-Pacific, Latin America and African & Middle East continue to create demand for the bandwidth requirements. Some of the countries which were earlier not connected by the submarine cable also continue to be the focus areas as telcos are keen to leverage upon the opportunities which exist in these previously underserved countries.

Increasing numbers of vendors are also facilitating the carriers to achieve the connectivity targets across various regions. The Supply vendors and the Upgrade vendors continue to focus on the increasing demand for bandwidth requirements created owing to digitization across the countries. Also, these vendors also act as key strategic implementation partners to facilitate the timely deployments of the cable networks and also help them in the cost optimization, which helps these carriers to overcome the pricing pressure due to increased competition.

This research report provides an overall analysis of the global submarine cable network and also focuses on the analysis across key regions for these cable networks. It provides an overview of major submarine cable networks which exists across the globe. Additionally, the recent development in the submarine cable networks is also covered in the report. It also includes an analysis and overview of some of the major vendors (suppliers) for the submarine cable networks.

Key Regions covered:

APAC, Central & East Europe, Latin America, MEA, North America, Western Europe.

Key Vendors mentioned in the report*:

Alcatel-Lucent, Fujitsu, NEC, Huawei Marine Networks, TE Connectivity, Ericsson, NSW, Nexans, ZTT China, TeleYemen, Tata Communications, Orange, Telecom Italia Sparkle, Telecom Venezuela, Telecom Egypt, Liban Telecom, Telefonica, Telstra, China Telecom, China Unicom, Chunghwa Telecom, KT, Verizon, NTT, AT&T, SingTel, Communications Authority of Thailand, Telkom Indonesia, BT, Verizon, Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Sprint, TeliaSonera, Level 3, KPN, Telenor, Etisalat, GCI, Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GT&T), Telesur, Globe Telecom, Google, KDDI, Telkom Indonesia, Telekom Malaysia, Bangladesh Telegraph and Telephone Board (BTTB), , Cyta, Neotel, Telecom Namibia, PCCW, Sonatel, Maroc Telecom.

Key Features of the Report:

  • The report mentions about the changing investment trends, deployment and region-wise investment and scenario in submarine cable networks 1995-2014 in brief.
  • Includes a brief about the selected existing cable networks and planned networks which will be operational in 2015 and beyond for key regions
  • Introduction about Systems and Upgrade suppliers for submarine cable networks
  • Details of more than 50 select submarine cable systems (including existing as well as planned) with parameters like Overview, Ownership, Name of Landing Stations, Cable Length. Also, includes graphical representation of the cable network.
  • Updates of recent developments and key entities involved
  • Profile of leading vendors/suppliers for submarine fiber network with details such as Company Overview, Key Focus Areas, Revenue Trends & Analysis, Product/services offered for submarine cable network, Customers/Partners

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Overview and Analysis of Existing Submarine Cable Systems

  • 2.1. Global Market Analysis
  • 2.2. Transatlantic Regional Market Overview and Analysis
  • 2.3. Transpacific Regional Market Overview and Analysis
  • 2.4. Oceania Regional Market Overview and Analysis
  • 2.5. North America and Latin America Regional Market Overview and Analysis
  • 2.6. Africa and Sub-Sahara Regional Market Overview and Analysis
  • 2.7. South East Asia and Middle East Regional Market Overview and Analysis

3. Overview of Suppliers

  • 3.1. System Suppliers
  • 3.2. Upgrade Suppliers

4. Major Submarine Cable Networks

  • 4.1. ACS Alaska-Oregon Network (AKORN)
  • 4.2. Aden-Djibouti
  • 4.3. Adria-1
  • 4.4. ALASIA
  • 4.5. ALBA-1
  • 4.6. Aletar
  • 4.7. ALPAL-2
  • 4.8. Angola Domestic Network System (ADONES)
  • 4.9. Apollo
  • 4.10. Aqualink
  • 4.11. West African Cable System (WACS)
  • 4.12. Trident Subsea Cable
  • 4.13. Transworld (TW1)
  • 4.14. Trans-Pacific Express (TPE) Cable System
  • 4.15. TE North/TGN-Eurasia/SEACOM/Alexandros
  • 4.16. Thailand-Indonesia-Singapore (TIS)
  • 4.17. TERRA SW
  • 4.18. The East African Marine System (TEAMS)
  • 4.19. Tata TGN-Western Europe
  • 4.20. Tata TGN-Pacific
  • 4.21. Tata TGN-Intra Asia (TGN-IA)
  • 4.22. Tata TGN-Gulf
  • 4.23. TAT-14
  • 4.24. Tampnet Offshore FOC Network
  • 4.25. Suriname-Guyana Submarine Cable System (SG-SCS)
  • 4.26. Southern Cross Cable Network (SCCN)
  • 4.27. Southern Caribbean Fiber
  • 4.28. Southeast Asia Japan Cable (SJC)
  • 4.29. South American Crossing (SAC)/Latin American Nautilus (LAN)
  • 4.30. South America-1KKKKK (SAm-1)
  • 4.31. Sistem Kabel Rakyat 1Malaysia (SKR1M)
  • 4.32. SEA MEA WE-5
  • 4.33. SEA ME WE-4
  • 4.34. SAT-3/WASC
  • 4.35. SAFE
  • 4.36. PLDT Domestic Fiber Optic Network (DFON)
  • 4.37. Pan-American Crossing (PAC)
  • 4.38. Pan American (PAN-AM)
  • 4.39. Pacific Caribbean Cable System (PCCS)
  • 4.40. New Cross Pacific (NCP) Cable System
  • 4.41. Middle East North Africa (MENA) Cable System/Gulf Bridge International
  • 4.42. MedNautilus Submarine System
  • 4.43. Med Cable Network
  • 4.44. Maya-1
  • 4.45. Interchange Cable Network 2KKKKK (ICN2)
  • 4.46. IMEWE
  • 4.47. Gulf Bridge International Cable System (GBICS)/Middle East North Africa (MENA) Cable System
  • 4.48. FLAG North Asia Loop/REACH North Asia Loop
  • 4.49. FLAG Europe-Asia (FEA)
  • 4.50. Bay of Bengal Gateway (BBG)
  • 4.51. Asia Submarine-cable Express (ASE)/Cahaya Malaysia
  • 4.52. Asia Pacific Gateway (APG)
  • 4.53. SEACOM/Tata TGN-Eurasia
  • 4.54. SEA-US
  • 4.55. Russian Optical Trans-Arctic Cable System (ROTACS)

5. Key Updates in the Global Submarine Cable Market

6. Major Submarine Cable Vendors

  • 6.1. Fujitsu
  • 6.2. Huawei Marine Networks
  • 6.3. TE Connectivity
  • 6.4. NSW
  • 6.5. ZTT International Ltd
  • 6.6. Nexans
  • 6.7. OCC Corporation
  • 6.8. NEC
  • 6.9. Alcatel-Lucent

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Investment in New Submarine Fiber Optic Projects, 1987-2014
  • Figure 2: Deployment of New Submarine Fiber Optic Projects, 1987-2014
  • Figure 3: Investment in New Submarine Fiber Optic Projects by Region, 2008-2014
  • Figure 4: Proposed Submarine Fiber Optic Projects by Region, 2015 and Beyond
  • Figure 5: Share of South American International Bandwidth Demand by Country, 2013
  • Figure 6: Market Share for Supply of New Systems, 2004-2014*
  • Figure 7: ACS Alaska-Oregon Network (AKORN) submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 8: Aden-Djibouti submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 9: Adria-1 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 10: ALASIA submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 11: ALBA-1 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 12: Aletar submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 13: ALPAL-2 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 14: ADONES submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 15: Apollo submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 16: Aqualink submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 17: WACS submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 18: Trident Subsea Cablesubmarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 19: Transworld (TW1) submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 20: Trans-Pacific Express (TPE) Cable System submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 21: TE North/TGN-Eurasia/SEACOM/Alexandrossubmarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 22: TIS submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 23: TERRA SW submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 24: TEAMS submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 25: Tata TGN-Western Europe submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 26: Tata TGN-Pacific submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 27: TGN-IA submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 28: Tata TGN-Gulf submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 29: TAT-14 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 30: Tampnet Offshore FOC Network submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 31: SG-SCS submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 32: SCCN submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 33: Southern Caribbean Fiber submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 34: SJC submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 35: SAC/LAN submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 36: Sam-1 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 37: SKR1M submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 38: SEA MEA WE-5 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 39: SEA MEA WE-4 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 40: SAT-3/WASC submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 41: SAFE submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 42: PDLT DFON submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 43: PAC submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 44: PAN-AM submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 45: PCCS submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 46: NCP submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 47: MENA Cable System/Gulf Bridge International submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 48: MedNautilus submarine cable system route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 49: Med Cable Network submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 50: Maya-1 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 51: ICN2 submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 52: IMEWE submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 53: GBICS/MENA submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 54: FLAG/REACH North Asia Loop submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 55: FEA submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 56: BBG submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 57: ASE/ Cahaya Malaysia submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 58: APG submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 59: SEACOM/Tata TGN-Eurasia submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 60: SEA-US submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 61: ROTACS submarine cable route-map and Landing Stations
  • Figure 62: Business Segments of Fujitsu
  • Figure 63: Fujitsu Repeatered Submarine System
  • Figure 64: Fujitsu- Revenue across Geographies
  • Figure 65: Fujitsu- Revenue across Geographies, 2012-2014
  • Figure 66: Fujitsu- Revenues by Services
  • Figure 67: Fujitsu- Revenues by Services, 2012-2014
  • Figure 68: Huawei Marine Networks Offerings
  • Figure 69: Solutions offered by TE Connectivity
  • Figure 70: TE Connectivity- Revenue across Geographies
  • Figure 71: TE Connectivity- Revenue by Segments, 2012-2014
  • Figure 72: TE Connectivity- Revenue by Industry Verticals
  • Figure 73: Solutions offered by NSW
  • Figure 74: ZTT Solutions Offerings
  • Figure 75: Nexans Solutions Offerings
  • Figure 76: Nexans- Revenue across Geographies
  • Figure 77: Nexans- Revenue across Geographies, 2012-2014
  • Figure 78: Nexans- Revenues by Segment
  • Figure 79: Nexans- Revenues by Segments, 2012-2014
  • Figure 80: OCC Offerings
  • Figure 81: NEC- Solution Offerings
  • Figure 82: NEC- Revenue across Business Segment
  • Figure 83: NEC- Revenue across Geographies,2012-2014
  • Figure 84: Alcatel-Lucent- Solutions Offerings
  • Figure 85: Alcatel-Lucent- Revenue across Geographies
  • Figure 86: Alcatel-Lucent- Revenue across Geographies, 2012-2014
  • Figure 87: Alcatel-Lucent- Revenues by reported Segments
  • Figure 88: Alcatel-Lucent- Revenues by reported Segments, 2012-2014

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Selected Popular Existing Transatlantic Cable Systems
  • Table 2: Key Transatlantic Cable Systems planned between European Union and Americas
  • Table 3: Selected Popular Existing Transpacific Cable Systems
  • Table 4: Key Transatlantic Cable Systems planned in the Transpacific region
  • Table 5: Selected Popular Existing Oceania Cable Systems
  • Table 6: Key Transpacific Cable Systems planned in the Oceania region
  • Table 7: Selected Popular Existing North America and Latin America Cable Systems
  • Table 8: Key Cable Systems planned in the North America and Latin America region
  • Table 9: Selected Popular Existing Africa and Sub-Sahara Cable Systems
  • Table 10: Key Cable Systems planned in Africa and Sub-Sahara region
  • Table 11: Selected Popular Existing South East Asia and Middle East Cable Systems
  • Table 12: Key Cable Systems planned in South East Asia and Middle East region
  • Table 13: Key 100G Upgrade Projects for Equipment Suppliers in 2013 and 2014
  • Table 14: Fujitsu- Key Information
  • Table 15: Fujitsu- Operational Highlights, 2012-2014
  • Table 16: Fujitsu- Major Client Wins
  • Table 17: Huawei Marine Networks- Major Client Wins
  • Table 18: TE Connectivity- Key Information
  • Table 19: TE Connectivity- Operational Highlights, 2012-2014
  • Table 20: ZTT- Key Information
  • Table 21: Nexans- Key Information
  • Table 22: Nexans- Operational Highlights
  • Table 23: Nexans- Major Client Wins
  • Table 24: NEC- Key Information
  • Table 25: NEC- Operational Highlights
  • Table 26: Alcatel-Lucent- Key Information
  • Table 27: Alcatel-Lucent- Operational Highlights
  • Table 28: Alcatel-Lucent- Major Client Wins
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