LAMEA Ethernet Cable Market By Type (Copper, Fiber-Optic), Application (Industrial, Telecom & IT, Broadcast, Enterprise)
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Ethernet allows inter connection on systems over a network. Ethernet is the LAMEA protocol for a system of wires and cables to be connected to the multiple computers, devices, and machines over a single network to interconnect all the computing nodes. Networking cables are used to connect network devices to other network devices, or to connect two or more nodes to share a peripheral output device such as printer and scanners. High speed and low cost of acquisition of these cables in industrial applications has led to the market expansion. On the other hand, the fiber-optic cable segment would witness significant growth during the forecast period. The rapidly increasing installation of fiber-optic cables for long distance applications would be the major reason for market expansion.
The LAMEA Ethernet cable market is segmented based on types, applications, and country. Based on applications, the market is segmented into industrial, broadcast, enterprise, IT & network security, and others (residential & defense). The copper cables segment is a dominant segment within types, as copper cables are cost-effective and flexible, as compared to fiber-optic cables. Nevertheless, due to the suitability of fiber optic cable in various applications, the fiber optic cables would also gain popularity. Among the plausible applications, the industrial segment dominates the LAMEA market, due to the superior performance of Ethernet cables even in extreme conditions. Based on country, Ethernet Cable market is segmented into Latin America, and Middle East & Africa (Brazil, Argentina, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Africa and Nigeria). Brazil remained the dominant country in the LAMEA Ethernet Cable market in 2015. South Africa would witness promising CAGR during the forecast period (2016-2022).
The report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the Ethernet Cable market. Key companies profiled in the report include Belden Inc., General Cable, Nexans, Anixter Inc., Siemens AG, Hitachi, Ltd., Schneider Electric, and Rockwell Automation.