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E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017

Published: Feb 2011 | No Of Pages: 260 | Published By: Winter Green Research

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E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011-2017. The 2011 study has 221 pages, 76 tables and figures.

E1/T1 transceiver (LIU/Framer) technology gives service providers more network broadband bandwidth in the existing TDM copper based infrastructure. As Ethernet comes on line, it may seem like these technologies are outdated, but there is still significant demand in the wireless back haul networks for connecting wireless base stations to the central office when there is no fiber. WiFi and WiMax demand T1 E1 connectivity.

E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) transceivers simplify the design of networking equipment that must seamlessly transfer voice, data and multimedia services between circuit and packet-based wired and wireless networks.

As Ethernet replaces Sonet in the telecommunication networks, there is an ongoing transformation of componentry. Here is just too much legacy infrastructure to even think about replacing it in the next 30 years, the transition to Ethernet will be gradual.

In the meantime, E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) will find a continuing place in legacy infrastructure in the communications networks, Unit prices have declined sharply, but this has only served to create a growing market in more applications.

E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) are being used in backhaul to connect the wireless base stations to the central office. E1/T1 transceiver (LIU/Framer) technology is evolving to give equipment vendors with network broadband responsibilities more bandwidth. Markets are poised to create the ability for people to get more video and music from the network. Media transport impacts network capabilities that in turn impact the backplanes with demand for faster signal transport.

The E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) transceiver industry is meeting the demand for more bandwidth by encouraging mobility. Transceiver technology impacts signal delivery, permitting moving from the narrowband networks and facilitating expansion of the Internet and enterprise systems automation in a variety of contexts.

Industry specific applications are emerging as well. In healthcare telemedicine has emerged as a way to dramatically cut costs while improving care delivery. Homecare services depend on more and better communications of home based devices with facilities that deliver care remotely based in input from monitors and devices.

Network operators and IT managers gain more control over the signal reliability and broadband signal delivery. Transport can be delivered in every setting.

E1 T1 LUI framers markets at $122.9million in 2010 are anticipated to reach $943 million by 2017. The proliferation of wireless communications is a significant market driver. With 5.5 million wireless subscribers in 2011, the number of base stations is proliferating creating demand for more efficient networks. WiMax is a wireless market systems implementation creating need for transceivers that improve operations and create automation infrastructure efficiency.

Market growth is predicated on the need to make minimal investment in existing copper TDM infrastructure to leverage existing investment as networks move to all Ethernet. E1 T1 LUI Framers support T1 backhaul for wireless base stations and T1 investments from restaurants, airports, hotels and public places on simple WiFi and WiMax Internet systems.

E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Driving Forces
E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Shares
E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Forecasts

1.1 Broadband Communications
1.1.1 Semiconductor Communication Solutions Markets
1.1.2 Communications Infrastructure
1.1.3 Enterprise Infrastructure
1.1.4 Fiber Is Key Technology
1.2 Ethernet Only Solution For Next Generation MBH Networks
1.2.1 Alternative to Reselling Leased Lines
1.2.2 SS7 Links over an IP Network
1.3 Mobile Backhaul
1.3.1 Migrating to IP Communications
1.3.2 Video Surveillance Backhaul
1.4 Service Provider NGN Systems
1.5 Network Service Needs
1.5.1 Network Service Solutions
1.5.2 Enterprise Network Services Market Description
1.5.3 Converged Voice, Data, And Video Using Internet Protocol (IP) Standards Technologies: IP Telephony 1-23
1.5.4 Broadband Voice Next Generation Network (NGN)
1.5.5 Value-Added Services
1.5.6 Voice Over IP (VoIP) Service Providers
1.5.7 Web GUI
1.5.8 Charging Micro Payments
1.6 Increasing Average Revenue Per User (ARPU)
1.6.1 Improved Quality Of Service
1.6.2 Reduced Capital And Operational Costs
1.6.3 Enhanced Operability
1.7 Market Growth Dynamics
1.8 Converged Voice And Data Networks
1.9 Wireless Networks
1.9.1 New Generation Of Wireless Systems
1.9.2 Provides Flexibility
1.9.3 User Experience
1.9.4 Protects Investments
1.9.5 Increases Efficiency
1.9.6 Integrated Management Tools
1.9.7 Cost-Effective Capacity And Coverage
1.10 Multimedia Markets
1.11 IP Telephony Service Solutions
1.12 Web Services
1.13 Strategies To Improve Performance
1.14 Internet Traffic
1.14.1 LIU Framer E1 T1 Transceiver Design Wins

2.1 E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Driving Forces
2.2 E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Shares
2.3 E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Forecasts
2.4 E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Segments and Applications
2.4.1 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor DS26528 Octal T1/E1/J1 Transceiver - Description
2.4.2 Backhaul Solutions: Mobile Backhaul
2.4.3 Microwave Transmission Market
2.4.4 ATM and PBX
2.4.5 T1/E1/J1 Transceiver Markets Growing In Response To The Implementation Of Broadband Communications 2-21
2.5 E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Regional Market Analysis
2.5.1 Zarlink Semiconductor Asia Pacific
2.5.2 Zarlink Semiconductor Europe
2.5.3 Zarlink Semiconductor Americas

3.1 E1 T1, LIU Framer Products
3.2 Maxim / Dallas DS21455N
3.2.1 Dallas Semiconductor Quad T1 Dual Framer LIU
3.3 PMC Sierra
3.4 Zarlink MT9074 T1/E1/J1 Single Chip Transceiver
3.4.1 Zarlink MT9074
3.4.2 Zarlink Semiconductor MT9074 Receiver
3.4.3 Zarlink Semiconductor MT9074 LIU Transmitter
3.5 Mindspeed Bt8370/8375/8376
3.5.1 Mindspeed T1/E1 Framer and LIU Not Recommended For New Designs
3.5.2 Mindspeed Bt8370/8375/8376
3.6 IDT Quad T1/E1/J1 Transceiver 82P2284
3.6.1 IDT Access and Transport

4.1 SAToP and Clock Synchronization
4.1.1 Network Clock Synchronization
4.1.2 Adaptive Clocking Recovery
4.1.3 Tellabs Solutions Deliver Maximum Interoperability
4.2 Pseudowire
4.2.1 Pseudowire Technology Challenges
4.2.2 • “Packetization” and Encapsulation of TDM Traffic
4.2.3 • Attenuate Packet Delay Variation (PDV)
4.2.4 • Compensate for Frame Loss and Out-of-Sequence Packets
4.2.5 • Recover Clock and Synchronization
4.2.6 Pseudowire Types
4.3 Evolution from Sonet / SDH to Ethernet
4.3.1 Mobile Backhaul Deployments: Overlay vs. Integrated Network Model
4.4 Network Synchronization Issues
4.5 4G Business Case for 2.6 GHz
4.6 E1 / T1 Transceiver Cells Collected Asynchronous Functionality
4.6.1 Cell Buffer Increment Read Pointer
4.6.2 Start-Up Phase
4.7 Rate Recovery
4.7.1 Cell Buffer/RAM Controller
4.7.2 Cell Sequence Recovery
4.7.3 Cell Sequence Faulty Conditions
4.7.4 Delay Between Links
4.8 TDM Interface
4.9 Multiplex Mode
4.9.1 Multiplex Mode - 2 Link Multiplexing

5.1 Conexant
5.2 IDT 5-1
5.2.1 IDT Seeks To Differentiate Products
5.2.2 IDT Competition
5.2.3 IDT Total Revenues International Sales
5.2.4 IDT Communications Segment
5.2.5 IDT Revenues
5.2.6 IDT Communications Segment
5.2.7 IDT Computing and Consumer Segment
5.3 Infineon
5.3.1 Infineon Automotive
5.3.2 Infineon Industrial & Multimarket
5.3.3 Infineon Chip Card & Security
5.4 InterPhase
5.4.1 Interphase Market Strategy
5.5 Maxim / Dallas
5.5.1 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Revenue
5.5.2 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Revenue
5.5.3 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Principal Competitors
5.5.4 Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor
5.5.5 Maxim / Zilog
5.5.6 Maxim / Vitesse
5.6 Mindspeed Technologies
5.6.1 Mindspeed Single-Chip eNodeB Solution for LTE Small Cells
5.6.2 Mindspeed Technologies, Inc. Revenue
5.6.3 Mindspeed Technologies, Inc. Net Revenue by Geographic Area
5.7 PMC Sierra
5.7.1 PMC-Sierra Semiconductor Solutions
5.7.2 PMC Sierra Competition
5.7.3 PMC Sierra Revenue
5.7.4 PMC Sierra Products
5.8 RAD
5.8.1 RAD TDM Pseudowire Support
5.8.2 RAD Connectivity Topologies
5.8.3 RAD Service Connectivity
5.8.4 RAD Selected Customers
5.9 Tyco Optical Market
5.10 Zarlink Semiconductor
5.10.1 Zarlink Semiconductor Products and Customers
5.10.2 Zarlink Distributor Revenue
5.10.3 Zarlink Product Categories
5.10.4 Zarlink Semiconductor Line Circuits
5.10.5 Zarlink Semiconductor Timing and Synchronization
5.10.6 Zarlink Semiconductor Telecom and Voice Networking
5.10.7 Zarlink Semiconductor Medical Products
5.10.8 Zarlink Semiconductor Medical Implant ICs
5.10.9 Zarlink Semiconductor Optical Products
5.10.10 Zarlink Semiconductor Revenue
5.10.11 Zarlink Semiconductor Communication Products
5.10.12 Zarlink Business Strategy
5.10.13 Zarlink Business Overview

Table ES-1
E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Business Strategy
Figure ES-2
E1 and T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Shares, Dollars, 2010
Figure ES-3
E1 T1 LUI Framers Market Forecasts, Dollars
Shipped, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 1-1
Network Operators Investing In New Equipment Or
Retro-fiting to Existing Infrastructure
Table 1-2
Communications Semiconductor Market Segments
Figure 1-3
Migration From Legacy Networks
Figure 1-4
Ethernet Options Address Backhaul Cost
Figure 1-5
First Mile Mobile Backhaul Solutions For Colocated
2G/3G Base Stations Over Diverse Infrastructure
Table 1-6
Service Provider NGN Service Solutions
Table 1-7
Network Systems Functions
Table 1-8
Telecommunications Market Shifts
Table 1-9
Change In Telecommunications Equipment Markets
Table 1-10
Response To Change In Telecommunications Equipment Markets
Table 1-11
Service Provider Build-Out Of The Next Generation 3G Systems
Table 1-12
Factors Impacting Build-Out Of 3G Wireless Infrastructure
Table 1-13
Factors Impacting Implementation Of 3G Wireless
Table 1-14
Wireless IP Network Benefits
Table 1-15
Key Benefits Of Multimedia Solutions
Table 1-16
Strategies To Improve Telecommunication Equipment
Company Performance
Table 2-1
E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Business Strategy
Table 2-1
E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Business Strategy
Figure 2-2
E1 and T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer)
Market Shares, Dollars, 2010
Table 2-3
E1 and T1 (LIU/Framer) Transceiver
Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
Table 2-4
Maxim / Dallas Semi Conductor 4-Port Cell/Packet
Over T1/E1/J1 Transceiver Key Applications
Figure 2-5
E1 T1 LUI Framers Market Forecasts, Dollars Shipped,
Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-6
E1 T1 LUI Framers Market Forecasts Number Shipped,
Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-7
E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Market Forecasts
Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-8
E1/T1 Transceivers (LIU/Framer) Target Market
Installed Base Forecasts Worldwide, Dollars and Units, 2011-2017
Table 2-9
4-Port Cell/Packet Over T1/E1/J1 Transceiver Key Applications
Table 2-10
Gigabit Backplane Functions
Table 2-11
E1/T1 (LIU/Framer) Transceivers Regional
Market Share, Dollars, 2010
Table 2-12
E1 T1 Transceiver LIU Framer Regional Market Segments, 2010
Table 3-1
Selected E1T1, LIU framer Products
Table 3-2
Dallas Semiconductor DS 2196 Key Features
Table 3-2 (Continued)
Dallas Semiconductor DS 2196 Key Features
Table 3-3
PMC Sierra E1 and T1 (LIU/Framer) Transceiver Features
Table 3-4
PMC Sierra E1 and T1 (LIU/Framer) Transceiver
PM4351 Transceiver Access Speecifications
Table 3-5
PMC Sierra E1 and T1 (LIU/Framer) Transceiver
PM4351 Receive Functions
Table 3-6
MC Sierra E1 and T1 (LIU/Framer) Transceiver PM4351
Transmit Functions
Table 3-6 (Continued)
MC Sierra E1 and T1 (LIU/Framer) Transceiver
PM4351Transmit Functions
Table 3-7
PMC Sierra MC Sierra E1 and T1 (LIU/Framer)
Transceiver PM4351 Features & Benefits
Table 3-8
PMC-SIERRA LIU Framer T1 E1 Transceiver Applications
Table 3-9
Zarlink MT9074 T1/E1/J1 Single Chip Transceiver Features
Table 3-10
Zarlink MT9074 T1/E1/J1 Single Chip Transceiver JTAG
Boundary Scan Applications
Table 3-11
IDT Quad T1/E1/J1 Transceiver 82P2284 Features
Table 3-12
IDT Quad T1/E1/J1 Transceiver 82P2284 Applications
Figure 4-1
Evolution from Sonet / SDH to Ethernet
Figure 4-2
Fujitsu Mobile Backhaul Deployments: Overlay vs. Integrated
Table 4-3
Difference between Overlay Network model and Integrated Model
Figure 4-4
Network Synchronization Issues
Figure 4-5
4G Business Case for 2.6 GHz
Table 5-1
IDT Differentiates Products
Table 5-2
IDT Clock And Timing Solutions Target Markets
Figure 5-3
Infineon Revenue
Figure 5-4
Infineon Revenue increase in Q3 FY2010
Figure 5-5
Infineon Revenue Increase in all Segments
Figure 5-6
Infineon Revenue By Focus Area
Figure 5-7
Infineon Target markets
Figure 5-8
Infineon Automotive Segment Revenue
Figure 5-9
Infineon Automotive Applications
Figure 5-10
Infineon Industrial and Multimarket Segment
Figure 5-11
Diverse Range of Power Electronics Growth Markets
Figure 5-12
Interphase Challenge of Shift in Signaling Markets
Figure 5-13
Interphase Strategy Shift to Diversification
Figure 5-14
Interphase Rapidly Deployable Network
Table 5-15
Maxim Major End-Markets
Table 5-16
Mindspeed Technologies Network Infrastructure
Equipment Target Markets
Table 5-17
Mindspeed Technologies Customers
Table 5-18
RAD Connectivity Topologies
Table 5-19
RAD Connectivity Product
Table 5-20
Rad Product Benefits
Figure 5-21
Rad Topologies
Figure 5-22
RAD Service Connectivity
Table 5-23
RAD Customer Base
Table 5-23 (Continued)
RAD Customer Base
Table 5-24
Zarlink Semiconductor Core Capabilities
Table 5-25
Zarlink Semiconductor End-Markets And Industries Served
Table 5-26
Zarlink Product Categories

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