London, UK (PRWEB) March 20, 2014
The key drivers for connector sales growth are dependent to a large extent on consumer behavior – wireless applications, data centers and Internet connectivity. Presently, everyone wants to be connected every waking hour, whether it is for leisure or work. In this regard, this connection is becoming increasingly a wireless one. At present, in the US over 30% of all households no longer have landlines, and around 90% of the US adult population own cell phones. As for China, the country with the most rapidly growing mobile sector, the percentage of mobile-phone-only households on its territory is even higher – near to 50%. In 2012, around 1.1 billion of the Chinese population owned cell phones, of which approximately a quarter were smartphones. In the same year, the Chinese mobile phone industry generated above USD 1.3 trillion in revenue.
The wireless sector is witnessing robust growth, which in its turn fuels the increase of the demand for wire-line networks and data centers supporting them. Meantime, the most rapidly-increasing equipment segments within the overall telecom market are smartphones within the wireless subscriber equipment category, mobile back haul within the wire-line carrier equipment category, and data communications equipment within the enterprise category. In 2013, the world telecom connector market rebounded, and it is predicted to post a 7.9% CAGR through 2018.
In-demand research study “World Telecom Market for Connectors” worked out by Bishop & Associates is now available at MarketPublishers.com.
Title: World Telecom Market for Connectors
Published: February, 2013
Price: US$ 4,500.00
The topical report offers a detailed analysis of the world telecom connectors market, presenting a full-scale market assessment by connector type consumption, telecom market segment and by geographic region. The research study contains a whole set of industry estimates historical and present, delves deep into the main market segments, covers the recent industry advancements, examines the forces shaping the market, evaluates the competitive pressures, and also tackles the burning industry issues and important concerns. In addition, the study outlines the future growth prospects and provides forecasts of the telecom connector market.
The segments investigated in the comprehensive research report include: enterprise network equipment, wireless subscriber equipment, cable/mso equipment, wireless network equipment, wire-line carrier network equipment, and other telecom equipment.
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