Submarine Optical Fiber Cables markets 2013-2022 - Global Strategic Business Report 2018: Repairs, Upgrades and Replacements to Drive Future Growth

3/27/2018, 6:16 PM (Source: GlobeNewswire)

Dublin, March 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Submarine Optical Fiber Cables - Global Strategic Business Report" report has been added to's offering.
This report analyzes the Global market for Submarine Optical Fiber Cables in Kilometers. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2013 through 2022. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs.

The report profiles 104 companies including many key and niche players such as:

  • Alcatel-Lucent (France)
  • Angola Cables (Angola)
  • Bezeq International Ltd. (Israel)
  • Bharti Airtel Limited (India)
  • Cable & Wireless Communications Plc (UK)
  • China United Network Communications Group Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
  • Ciena Corporation (US)
  • Emerald Networks, Inc. (US)
  • Fujitsu Limited (Japan)
  • Global Cloud Xchange Limited (UK)
  • Globacom Limited (Nigeria)
  • Gulf Bridge International, Inc. (US)
  • Huawei Marine Networks Co., Limited (China)
  • Infinera Corporation (US)
  • Interoute Communications Ltd. (UK)
  • Kokusai Cable Ship Co., Ltd. (Japan)
  • Main One Cable Company Limited (Nigeria)
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Japan)
  • NEC Corp. (Japan)
  • Norddeutsche Seekabelwerke GmbH (Germany)
  • NTT World Engineering Marine Corporation (Japan)
  • Orange Marine (France)
  • Pacnet Limited (Singapore, Hong Kong)
  • PCCW Global (Hong Kong)
  • PIPE Networks Pty Ltd (Australia)
  • Seaborn Networks LLC (US)
  • StarHub Ltd. (Singapore)
  • Tata Communications Limited (India)
  • TE SubCom (US)
  • Telkom SA SOC Limited (South Africa)
  • Xtera Communications, Inc. (US)

Key Topics Covered:

1. Industry Overview
Submarine Cable Networks
The Lifeline of Global Communications
Evolution of Submarine Networks
Subsea Optical Fiber Networks
Past, Present, and Future
Growth Drivers in a Nutshell
Repairs, Upgrades and Replacements to Drive Future Growth
Fiber Optics
The Preferred Transmission Medium for Undersea Applications
Internet's Rising Contribution to Economy: Need for Submarine Cables
International Bandwidth Usage Continues to Grow Exponentially
Growth Evenly Spread Out
Opportunity Indicators:
Internet Traffic on the Rise
Rise in IP-enabled Devices Necessitates Bandwidth Capacity Expansion
Growth in Internet Video to Trigger Use of Submarine Cable Systems
Mobile Videos Streaming Gathers Steam
Impact of Economic Uncertainties on Submarine Cables Market
Emerging Markets Offer World of Possibilities
Submarine Cable Companies Focus on Unserved Routes
Lack of New Submarine Cable System Installations: A Cause of Concern?
Upgrades Find Favor over New Subsea Network Installations
Financing Structure of Submarine Cable Systems
Paradigm Shift in Ownership
New Cable Projects Witness Turnaround in 2016
Unconventional Applications Provide Growth Opportunities
Creating Mesh Networks for Greater Reliability and Faster Connectivity
Low Latency of Cable Systems: Sought After among Electronic Trading Companies
Technology Advances Promise Faster Undersea Transmissions
Service Providers Focus on Improving Flexibility of Submarine Cable Networks
Subsea Cables Encounter Challenges due to Big Data
Submarine Cables: At Risk from Snooping, Natural Disasters & Financial Crisis
Network Sabotage a Real Threat
Congestion, Political Feuds Push Subsea Cable Companies to Seek Alternate Routes
Upgrade Suppliers Gaining Prominence
Change in Competitive Dynamics
SLTE Market Slowdown Affects Vendor Margins

2. Submarine Optical Fiber Cables: An Introduction
Submarine Optical Fiber Cables
History and Development
Optical Telephone Cables
Basic Structure of Submarine Communication Cable
Other Components of Submarine Cable Network
Cable Landing Points
Cable Landing Stations
Cable Termination Stations
IT Systems
Submarine Branching Units
Ownership Structure in Submarine Cable Industry
Submarine Cables: An Edge over Satellite Communications
SEA-ME-WE 3: The Longest Submarine Cable Network

3. Regulatory Landscape
Regulations for Cable Deployment and Protection
2011 Omnibus Resolution on Oceans and the Law of the Sea: Glance at Key Specifications
A Peek into Provisions of UNCLOS for Undersea Cables
Convention for the Protection of Submarine Telegraph Cables
Australia: Legal Framework for Submarine Cables

4. Recent Industry Activity
ASN Commences Construction of New Submarine Cable for IOX Cable
Nexans Bags Supply Contract from Huawei Marine Networks
Xtera Awarded Contract from DISA for New Regional Submarine Cable System
Hawaiian Telecom Completes Buildout of SEA-US Undersea Fiber Cable
ABDIG to Acquire Majority Stake in Fiber Prime Telecommunications
ASN Signs Turnkey Agreement with OPT for NATITUA Cable System
BTL and Huawei Marine Complete SEUL Submarine Cable Buildout
Huawei Marine Bags Contract for Submarine Cable System from SISCC
TE SubCom Bags SPMMA Maintenance Contract
Equinix and Eastern Light Enter into Partnership for Sweden - Finland Submarine Cable
Globe Telecom and BSCC Sign Agreement for Submarine Fiber Optic Cable Spur
ASN and Vocus Sign Agreement for New ASC System
Seaborn and Werthein Sign Agreement to Build ARBR Submarine Cable System
Ciena's MONET Subsea Cable System Selected by Angola Cables
H.I.G. Capital Takes Over Assets of Xtera
NEC to Supply Cable for HK-G Cable System
GTT Acquires Hibernia Networks
ASN Upgrades Transpacific Cable System with 8QAM Technology
TE Subcom and Ciena Sign Enter into Alliance for Open Submarine Cable Networking Solutions
Nokia Completes Acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent
ASN Bags Contract for Greenland Connect North from TELE-POST
NEC Bags Contract to Develop IGG Cable System from PT.Telkom
TE SubCom and Djibouti Telecom Consortium Sign Construction and Maintenance Agreement for DARE
ASN and TE Subcom Renew Maintenance Contract with Telefnica
NEC Bags Contract from DOCOMO for ATISA Submarine Cable System
Alcatel-Lucent Introduces 1620 SOFTNODE
ASN Bags Contract for Building Australia West Express Undersea Cable System from GoTo Networks
ASN Bags Contract for SAPL from Ocean Networks
ASN Streamlines Cable Ship Operations
Telekom Malaysia Bags Contract to Develop and Construct new 3,500km Submarine Cable System
Trans Pacific Express Selects Ciena for Submarine Cable Upgrade
Brazil Mulling Plans to Deploy Underwater Fiber Optic Cables in Amazon Basin
Alcatel-Lucent and ACE Consortium Completes Field Trial on ACE System

5. Focus on Select Players

6. Global Market Perspective

Total Companies Profiled: 104 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 111)

  • The United States (14)
  • Japan (9)
  • Europe (26)
  • - France (4)
  • - Germany (2)
  • - The United Kingdom (6)
  • - Italy (2)
  • - Spain (3)
  • - Rest of Europe (12)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (34)
  • Middle East (8)
  • Latin America (6)
  • Africa (14)

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         Related Topics: Wire and Cables, Optoelectronics , Telecommunications Equipment 

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