World manufacturing growth remained weak in 2012, according to the International Industrial Statistics Yearbook published by the United Nations Industrial and Development Organization, due to the long-term economic recession and its negative impact on industrialized countries, developing countries and emerging economies. Its increase was only 2.2%, significantly lower than 3.1% in 2011. Looking at such a big environment, the global optical communications industry has grown relatively robustly in 2012. In the past few years, the global optical communication industry has accelerated the investment and deployment of fiber-optic facilities in various countries, and the entire optical communication market has shown a healthy development trend.
According to data released by the Photovoltaic Technology Industry Association (PIDA) in December 2012, the global optical communication market output value reached 2,955.4 million US dollars in 2012, compared with 2011's 27.71 billion US dollars, 2012 global optical communication The growth rate of market output growth is about 10%, showing a steady rise. And it is expected that the global optical communications market will grow steadily at an average annual growth rate of 8% between 2011 and 2015.
The entire optical communication industry is mainly composed of optical communication equipment (such as local area network equipment, optical transmission equipment, optical communication measurement equipment), optical fiber and optical cables, optical communication devices and modules (active, passive). According to PIDA data, in the optical communication market of $27.71 billion in 2011, optical communication equipment accounted for $15,528 billion, optical communication components accounted for $5,558 million, and fiber optic cables accounted for $60,085 million. In 2012, $29,954 million, fiber and fiber optic cable accounted for $6.81 billion, which is 22% of the overall market; optical transceiver components (Transceiver), which are mainly optical transceiver components, have $6.164 billion, accounting for the overall market. 21%; Optical Transport Equipment, including PON (Passive Optical Network), WDM, ATM/SONET, etc., accounted for the largest proportion, estimated to be approximately $16,788,000, accounting for 57% of the overall market.
The global construction of the Data Center market, in fact, the main data communication protocols are transferred to high-speed signals, and beyond the current 10Gbps range and signal integrity issues, which will promote the "copper retreat into" trend. Driven by demand driven by low-cost, high-speed interconnects, supporting ever-increasing data rates beyond 25 Gbps, the trend are toward data communications beyond 25 Gbps. As the bandwidth speed increases and at the same time, in order to reduce the power consumption, the servers therein are connected to each other and converted into fibers by electricity.
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