CAMPBELL, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Market research firm Infonetics Research released excerpts from its 2nd quarter 2014 (2Q14) CCAP, CMTS, and Edge QAM Hardware and Subscribers report, which tracks cable broadband equipment and subscribers.
“Easily beating last quarter’s record, combined CCAP (converged cable access platform) and CMTS upstream and downstream DOCSIS channel shipments reached 1.2 million in the second quarter of 2014 (2Q14), the first time total DOCSIS channel shipments exceeded 1 million in a single quarter,” reports Jeff Heynen, principal analyst for broadband access and pay TV at Infonetics Research.
“The velocity of the shift from CMTS to CCAP remains phenomenal,” continues Heynen. “Global CCAP revenue jumped another 42% sequentially in 2Q14, as cable operators continued to shift spending to CCAP platforms in an effort to take advantage of their higher densities and lower per-channel prices.”
2Q14 CABLE BROADBAND MARKET HIGHLIGHTS
- Combined revenue for CCAP, CMTS, edge QAM, and CMC (coaxial media converter) equipment hit $411 worldwide in 2Q14, up 24% from the previous quarter
- In North America, where the shift to CCAP is most acute, CCAP revenue increased 39% in 2Q14 from the prior quarter
- Arris, Casa Systems, and Cisco (in alphabetical order) are the top dogs in the combined CCAP, CMTS, and CMC market in 2Q14
Infonetics’ quarterly CCAP, CMTS, and edge QAM report provides worldwide and regional market size, vendor market share, forecasts through 2018, analysis, and trends for CCAP, CMTS, and edge QAM (linear broadcast, VoD and unicast video, switched digital video, and DOCSIS/M-CMTS) equipment, coaxial media converter (CMC) platforms, and cable broadband subscribers (standard and wideband). Vendors tracked: Arris, Casa Systems, Cisco, Ericsson, Harmonic, others. To buy the report, contact Infonetics: www.infonetics.com/contact.asp.
Infonetics’ August Broadband Access research brief:
- Broadband aggregation equipment passes $2B in 2Q14 as operators ‘binge on broadband’
- Fixed broadband infrastructure investments are rebounding in Brazil
- More broadband providers jumping on the home automation bandwagon
- $1 trillion to be spent on telecom and datacom equipment and software over next 5 years
RECENT AND UPCOMING RESEARCH
- Broadband Subscriber Database & CPE Tracker (Aug.)
- Analyst Note: Cable’s Future: Distributed Access & the Headend CDN (Aug.)
- Broadband CPE & Subscribers: PON, FTTH, Cable, DSL & LTE Forecast (Sept.)
- LTE Fixed Broadband Strategies & Vendor Leadership: Service Provider Survey (Oct.)
- Home Networking Devices Forecast (Oct.)
- Delivering Gigabit Broadband: A Primer (View on-demand)
- Making Your Network Run Hotter With SDN (Sept. 4: Register)
- New Architectures Driving Cable Broadband Networks (Oct. 7: Learn More)
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