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|January 15, 2013 07:52 AM EST||
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The global optical fiber and cable market maintained stable growth in 2011, and the total demand in 2011 rose by 15% year on year to over 200 million core km. In 2012, the demand remained strong, with the growth rate of nearly 6%. In the next five years, the average annual growth rate will be about 3%.
In 2011, the optical network equipment market valued nearly USD16 billion. Network operators increasingly preferred ROADM, coherent optics, packet optical transmission and optical transport network (OTN) equipment; WDM saw the growth of 22% and ROADM 36%. The deployment of 40G/100G accelerated, showing the high-speed development of optical network equipment. Huawei and Alcatel-Lucent still ranked among top two in the market, while ZTE continued to increase its market share.
In 2011, impacted by the de-inventory of downstream manufacturers and the economic downturn, the global optical component market grew by 9% year on year to USD5.8 billion. However, the global optical component price decreased significantly in 2011, partially offset the growth rate of the output value of the industry. The growth rate in 2012 will not exceed 10%.
By region, Latin America and Asia are key growing areas, while Europe, Japan and South Korea witness a drop in demand. China has been the largest driver for the global fiber demand. In?? 2011, the demand in China accounted for about 50% of the global demand; the proportion is expected to be close to 60% in 2012.
The overall performance of China's optical network reaches the moderate level in the world, and the broadband access penetration rate is 10.94%, ranking 34th. For China, it will take a long time and require sustainable investment to construct the optical fiber network. In a short term, the 3G construction will slow down, and FTTH will replace 3G to become the most important driving force of the demand for optical fiber. Operators will start 4G construction after 2013; 4G network deployment, the integration of radio & television network, telecommunication network and the Internet, as well as the optical fiber upgrading will act as the new impetus which prompts the demand for optical fiber in China.
In China, the construction of optical communication is at its peak. During "Twelfth Five-Year" (2011-2015), the communication investment hits RMB2 trillion, up 36% year on year from RMB1.44 trillion in "Eleventh Five-Year" (2006-2010); 80% of the investment will be used to mobile broadband and fixed broadband, 150% more than 37.5% in "Eleventh Five-Year".
The gap between Chinese optical communication system equipment manufacturers and foreign equipment manufacturers is gradually narrowed. Huawei and ZTE can compete with Ericsson and Nokia Siemens. Huawei has become one of the world's top three suppliers of optical transmission equipment. Foreign manufacturers such as Alcatel-Lucent have quitted the Chinese market, whereas Huawei, FiberHome and ZTE occupy more than 80% market share in China.
In the field of optical fiber and cable, the optical fiber perform market involved with the most difficult technical and complicated process is basically monopolized by foreign manufacturers, such as USA Corning, Netherlands Draka, as well as 4 Japanese giants (Shin-Etsu, Sumitomo, Fujikura and Hitachi). Prior to 2010, except Wuhan Yangtze, most of Chinese optical fiber manufacturers were mainly engaged in R & D and production of optical fiber drawing and optical cable. Hengtong Optic-electric, ZTT, FiberHome and Futong Group started independent research and development of optical fiber perform after 2010. In 2012, 5 major optical fiber preform manufacturers are expected to release nearly 500 tons of capacity; meanwhile, the demand for optical fiber preform reaches 4,000 tons, so that the self-sufficiency rate is up to 45%, significantly higher than that in 2011.
The report contains seven chapters and 98 charts. It analyzes background, status quo and competition pattern of Chinese optical communication market, development trends of China optical communication industry, as well as operation and development trends of 18 key enterprises in the industry.
1 Overview of Optical Communication Industry1.1 Concept1.2 Status Quo and Development Trend of Technology1.3 Industry Chain
2 Status Quo and Development Trend of Global Optical Communication Industry
2.1 Global Optical Fiber Equipment Market
2.2 Global Optical Fiber Component Market
3 Overview of China Optical Communication Industry3.1 Status Quo of Technology3.2 Investment3.3 Development Trend3.4 Segments 3.4.1 Optical Communication Equipment 3.4.2 Optical Fiber Components 3.4.3 Optical Fiber and Cable
4 Optical Communication Equipment Enterprises
4.1.3 Development Strategy
4.2 Fiberhome Telecommunication
4.2.3 Development Strategy
5 Optoelectronic Device Enterprises5.1 Accelink5.1.1 Profile5.1.2 Operation5.1.3 Development Strategy5.2 O-Net Communications5.2.1 Profile5.2.2 Operation5.2.3 Development Strategy5.3 HG Genuine5.3.1 Profile5.3.2 Operation5.3.3 Development Strategy5.4 Other Manufacturers5.4.1 WTD5.4.2 Sunstar Communication5.4.3 Hisense Broadband
6 Optical Fiber and Cable Enterprises
6.1 Hengtong Optic-electric
6.1.3 Development Strategy
6.2 Jiangsu Zhongtian Technology Co.,Ltd.
6.2.3 Development Strategy
6.3 Tongding Optic-electronic
6.3.3 Development Strategy
6.5 Futong Group
6.8 Fasten Optical
6.9 Zhongli Group
7 Optical Supporting Enterprises7.1 Sunsea Telecommunications7.1.1 Profile7.1.2 Operation7.1.3 Development Strategy7.2 New Sea Union Telecom7.3 Nanjing Putian7.3.1 Profile7.3.2 Operation7.4 Others7.4.1 Longxing Telecom7.4.2 Changzhou Taiping Electric Co., Ltd.
Selected ChartsAdvantages of Optical Fiber Broadband Access Technologies
Industrial / Product Structure of Optical Communication
Optical Fiber Component Industry Chain and Related Manufacturers
Global Optical Network Equipment Market Size, 2010-2015
Market Share of Global Optical Network Equipment Manufacturers, 2011
Growth Rate Of Global Demand For Optical Fiber and Cable, 2010-2017E
Demand For Optical Fiber (by Type), 2008-2015E
Global Optical Transmission Market Share, 2008-2012H1
Global FTTH Market Share, 2009-2012H1
Global Optical Fiber Component Market Size, 2010-2015
Market Share of Global Optical Fiber Component Industry, 2008
Market Share of Global Optical Fiber Component Industry, 2011
Overview of Chinese Optical Communication Industry Chain
Number of Broadband Users and Growth Rate in China, 2007-2012
Investment in Fixed Assets of China Telecommunications Industry, 1997-2014
Capital Expenditure Structure of China Mobile, 2010-2012
Capital Expenditure Structure of China Unicom, 2010-2012
Capital Expenditure Structure of China Telecom, 2010-2012
Development Path of FTTH PON
Market Share of Major Optical Communication Equipment Manufacturers in China, 2008-2012
Chinese Optical Fiber Component Market Size, 2010-2015
Ranking of Chinese Optical Fiber Component and Auxiliary Equipment Companies, 2011
Supply and Demand in Optical Fiber and Cable Market, 2008-2012
Profit Distribution of Optical Fiber and Cable Industry Chain
Capacity of Optical Fiber Manufacturers
Optical Fiber Preform Capacity and Self-sufficiency Rate of Some Optical Fiber Enterprises, 2011-2012
Chinese Optical Fiber and Cable Market Share, 2009
Chinese Optical Fiber and Cable Market Share, 2011
Optical Fiber and Cable Price, 2004-2011
ZTE's Revenue and Net Income, 2007-2012
ZTE's Main Business Revenue (by Product), 2008-2012
ZTE's Gross Margin (by Product), 2007-2012
ZTE's Main Business Revenue (by Region), 2008-2012
ZTE's Revenue, 2012-2014E
FiberHome's Revenue and Growth Rate, 2007-2012
FiberHome's Main Business Revenue (by Product), 2007-2012
FiberHome's Gross Margin (by Product), 2007-2012
FiberHome's Main Business Revenue (by Region), 2007-2012
FiberHome's Revenue, 2012-2014E
Huawei's Revenue and Net Income, 2007-2011
Huawei's Revenue (by Division), 2009-2011
Huawei's Revenue (by Region), 2009-2011
Huawei's Revenue (by Operator), 2011
Accelink's Main Business Revenue and Growth Rate, 2007-2012
Accelink's Main Business Revenue (by Product), 2007-2012
Gross Margin of Accelink's Main Business (by Product), 2007-2012
Accelink's Main Business Revenue (by Region), 2007-2012
Accelink's Revenue and Proportion from Top 5 Clients, 2011
Accelink's Revenue, 2012-2014E
Main Business Revenue and Growth Rate of O-Net Communications, 2008-2012
Gross Margin of O-Net Communications, 2007-2012
Main Business Revenue of O-Net Communications (by Region), 2008-2012
Revenue and Profit of HG Genuine, 2009-2011
Revenue and Growth Rate of Hengtong Optic-electric, 2007-2012
Optical Fiber Capacity of Hengtong Optic-electric, 2009-2013E
Gross Margin of Main Business of Hengtong Optic-electric (by Product), 2009-2012
Revenue of Hengtong Optic-electric (by Region), 2009-2011
Revenue and Proportion from Top 5 Clients of Hengtong Optic-electric, 2011
Revenue of Hengtong Optic-electric
ZTT's Main Business Revenue and Growth Rate, 2007-2012
ZTT's Main Business Revenue (by Product), 2007-2012
Gross Margin of ZTT's Main Business (by Product), 2008-2012
ZTT's Optical Fiber Capacity and Sales Volume, 2008-2013E
ZTT's Main Business Revenue (by Region), 2007-2012
ZTT's Revenue and Proportion from Top 5 Clients, 2011
ZTT's Revenue, 2012-2014E
Revenue and Net Income of Tongding Optic-Electronic, 2007-2012
Revenue of Tongding Optic-Electronic (by Product), 2007-2012
Gross Margin of Tongding Optic-Electronic (by Product), 2007-2012
Revenue of Tongding Optic-Electronic (by Region), 2007-2012
Revenue and Proportion from Top 5 Clients of Tongding Optic-Electronic, 2007-2011
Revenue of Tongding Optic-Electronic, 2012-2014E
YOFC's Revenue and Net Income, 2008-2011
Optical Fiber and Cable Subsidiaries of Futong Group
Revenue of Futong Group (by Product), 2009-2012
Gross Margin of Futong Group (by Product), 2009-2012
Optical Fiber and Cable Capacity and Output of Futong Group, 2010 - 2012
Major Clients of Futong Group, 2009-2011
XMKJ's Optical Communication Revenue and Gross Margin, 2007-2012
YongDing's Communications Revenue and Gross Margin, 2008-2012
Revenue and Gross Margin of Fasten Optical, 2008-2012
Optical Cable Revenue and Gross Margin of Zhongli Group, 2008-2012
YOFC's Revenue and Net Income, 2009-2012
SUNSEA's Revenue and Net Income, 2007-2012
SUNSEA's Revenue of (by Product), 2007-2011
SUNSEA's Gross Margin (by Product), 2007-2012
SUNSEA's Revenue of (by Region), 2007-2012
SUNSEA's Revenue and Proportion from Top 5 Clients, 2011
SUNSEA's Investment Projects
SUNSEA's Revenue, 2012-2014E
Revenue and Net Income of New Sea Union Telecom, 2007-2012
Revenue of New Sea Union Telecom (by Product), 2007-2012
Gross Margin of New Sea Union Telecom (by Product), 2007-2012
Revenue of New Sea Union Telecom, 2012-2014E
Putian's Revenue and Growth Rate, 2008-2012
Putian's Main Business Revenue (by Product), 2008-2011
Putian's Main Business Revenue (by Region), 2007-2011
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