Albany, NY, June 10, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE), a leading business intelligence reports portal, now carries a report titled ‘G-fast Chips: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014-2020’. The report, published by WinterGreen Research, is composed of 258 pages. The report delves on the fast-emerging G-fast chips market, which primarily serves broadband networks, and provides recommendations for growth. Thus, with the proliferation of broadband networks across virtually every industry worldwide, it has become clear now that the market for G-fast chips will simultaneously gain traction. This stands especially true in light of estimates that by 2025, the nearly all internet users will have access to the internet via broadband.
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The report states that the G-fast chips market will stand at US$2.9 billion by 2020, expanding appreciably from its 2014 value of US$31 million. Currently, end-to-end broadband networks transmit data via optical infrastructure over long distances. However, copper wire is generally used in the last few meters between the distribution box and the computer. The switch to copper is necessitated by high cost that fiber adds toward the end of the distribution system. Other options such as FTTH are also not financially viable. Hence, the only commercially viable alternative that remains is DSL. This is where G-fast is rapidly making inroads.
In the global scenario, South Korea is the top user of broadband in terms of both number of people using a broadband connection (95%) and the average broadband bandwidth (24.6 megabits). Still, a number of developing countries are yet to achieve useful broadband speeds. The United States ranks behind East Asia in terms of both broadband penetration and speed. The Nordic countries rank alongside the U.S. on this front. All of these factors will have a bearing on the global G-fast chips market.
As things stand today, replacing copper in broadband networks is not a viable option because this infrastructure is currently worth trillions of dollars. Despite this, there is no stopping the demand for high-speed broadband globally. But, fiber is still not affordable enough to replace all copper infrastructures. This creates a perfect opportunity for the G-fast chips market, as the use of copper is already widespread and the latter is compatible with emerging wireless broadband connection systems.
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Thus, there is little doubt that in the immediate horizon, copper will continue to maintain its position as the leading transmitter of broadband internet. Thus, ISPs will eventually find themselves faced with a choice between G-fast chips or DSL technologies to extend the life of their broadband networks. However, these choices will be essentially influenced by cost.
Because G-fast chips are able to provide a fresh breath of life into the existing copper infrastructure investment, many market players will be compelled to participate in the G-fast chips market. Companies that have already gained a lead in the G-fast chips market are: Broadcom, Lantiq, Ikanos, and Sckipio.
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