Frost & Sullivan Hosts Gigabit Ethernet Test Equipment Webinar: Evolving End-User Technologies: Gold Mine or Challenge for the Gigabit Ethernet Test Equipment Vendors?
Gigabit Ethernet Test Equipment Market: Riding the Wave of Change
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA- Dec. 8, 2011
When: Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011 at 1 p.m. EST
Location: Online, with free registration
Speakers: Prathima Bommakanti, Industry Analyst, Measurement & Instrumentation, Frost & Sullivan | Tim Jefferson, General Manager, Network and Applications Division, Spirent Communications
A significant number of new technologies have recently been developed and introduced within the communications industry, such as voice over internet protocol (VoIP), triple play (voice, video, and data), video-on-demand, and wireless. With the end user shift towards these technologies, there has been increase in network upgrades and rise in demand for the gigabit Ethernet test equipment market. End users have become more aware of such occurrences, and they aim to purchase only those test products that address all the aforementioned technologies. This creates a challenge for test vendors, as they strive to satisfy all the needs of their customers.
Why You Should Attend:
- Learn about the growth of the gigabit Ethernet test equipment market
- Identify the drivers and restraints
- Learn more about the revenues corresponding to the 1,10,40/100 gigabit Ethernet market.
- Identifying the key market participants
This briefing will benefit service providers, network equipment manufacturers, enterprises, test vendors, and distributors by discussing emerging market trends and providing revenue projections for the next five years.
“Constant introduction of new technologies is the name of the game in the communications industry, while it offers significant market opportunities to scale up to the advanced technologies,” said Prathima Bommakanti, Industry Analyst for Frost & Sullivan’s Measurement & Instrumentation practice. “This does pose considerable technological challenges to the test vendors. Offering increased density along with increased performance features in a single solution challenges the gigabit Ethernet test equipment vendors.”
“The Mobile Internet, driven by the widespread adoption of smartphones and tablets, is increasing the size of data centers and forcing service providers to expand access and backhaul networks,” said Tim Jefferson, General Manager, Network and Applications Division for Spirent Communications. “The migration to 10/40/100G Ethernet in the data center and the carrier network presents tremendous opportunities as well as significant technical challenges. It is no surprise that equipment vendors and network operators alike are clamoring for a high performance, high scale testing and monitoring solution to validate subscriber Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE).”
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