Traditional Sonet/SDH Optical Networking Systems

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This study characterizes the worldwide market for Traditional Sonet/SDH optical networking systems. This equipment class includes the vast majority of the Sonet and SDH gear installed throughout the 1990s. It includes multiplex terminals and add drop multiplexers (ADM) for core long haul transport and metro/regional transport and access.

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Traditional Sonet/SDH Optical Networking SystemsExecutive SummaryIntroduction to Traditional Sonet/SDHSummary of Major FindingsMarket OpportunitiesCompetitive AnalysisConclusionsChallenges, Drivers, and RestraintsIntroductionIndustry ChallengesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsTotal Traditional Sonet/SDH MarketIntroductionOptical Networking SegmentationResearch MethodologyCompetitive StructureForecast ParametersTotal Market Forecast (2000-2005)Total: Worldwide Market ShareMarket OpportunitiesCore NetworksGeographic Worldwide Core Market DistributionOC-192/STM-64 Core Systems OC-48/STM-16 Core SystemsOC-12/STM-4 Core SystemsCore Equipment TypeMetro/Regional Sonet/SDHGeographic Metro/Regional Revenue DistributionOC-192/STM-64 Metro Systems OC-48/STM-16 Metro SystemsOC/STM-Other Metro SystemsMetro/Regional Equipment TypeStrategic RecommendationsIntroductionEquipment Vendor RecommendationsService Provider RecommendationsInvestor RecommendationsMarket Engineering AwardsBusiness Development Strategy: AlcatelMarket Penetration Award: FujitsuMarket Leadership Award: Nortel




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