Active Optical Cable Markets and Opportunities: 2014 to 2024: Volume II - Personal Computing, Consumer Electronics and Digital Signage Markets
DUBLIN, June 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/68lqrb/active_optical) has announced the addition of the "Active Optical Cable Markets and Opportunities: 2014 to 2024: Volume II - Personal Computing, Consumer Electronics and Digital Signage Markets" report to their offering.
The author has been providing market coverage of Active Optical Cables (AOCs) for six years, as this market has continued to grow and attract new entrants, including some of the world's biggest suppliers of cabling and telecom components. Our annual report on this topic is widely regarded as the most authoritative market forecast and technology assessment in the AOC space and is read by business development and marketing executives in cabling, component and equipment firms throughout the world.
This year, the author has decided to split our report into two volumes. Data centers account for most of today's revenues in the AOC space and we cover the data center in Volume I. However, in this volume - Volume II - we examine the market potential for AOCs outside the data center, especially in consumer electronics, personal computing and digital signage.
Already, today AOCs are used as extenders in certain video environments and they have also been adopted for digital signage to a limited extent. But that's about it. So, the goal of this report is to show how the AOC market will be able to further penetrate non-conventional markets and the economic and technological trends that are making it possible. The report is primarily focused on business strategy; analyzing those market sectors in which AOCs may some day find a mass market.
In a few years, these sectors may overtake the data center AOC market. However, the business and technical characteristics, as well as the acceptable price points for AOCs sold into these emerging markets will be quite different from those that are standard for data center AOCs.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Consumer Electronics
Chapter Three: Active Optical Markets: PCs and Other Computer Applications
Chapter Four: Digital Signage
Chapter Five: Summary of Ten-Year Forecasts of Non-Data Center AOCs
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