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Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) Splitters Global Market Forecast & Analysis February 2015

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This is the ElectroniCast analysis and forecast of global market consumption of planar lightwave circuit (PLC) splitters used in optical communication applications. For the purposes of this study, ElectroniCast specifically addresses the PLC splitter, using waveguide circuits and aligned fiber optic pigtails, integrated inside a package.

The 2014-2019 quantitative market forecast data presented in this study report are segmented into the following geographic regions, plus a Global summary:

• America (North America, Central and South America)
• EMEA (Europe, Middle Eastern countries, plus Africa)
• APAC (Asia Pacific)

PLC Splitter Applications analysis covered in this report:

• Service Providers Telecommunication and Cable TV (CATV)
o Passive Optical Network (PON), FTTX, Other
• Fiber Optic Test/Measurement
• Private Enterprise/Data Centers/Local Area Networks (LANs)
• Harsh Environment (Military, Industrial, Other)

The forecast for each product-level is presented by function:

• Consumption Value ($, Million)
• Number of Units (Quantity in 1,000)
• Average Selling Prices ($, each)

PLC splitters will continue to contribute an important role in Fiber to the Home (FTTH) networks by allowing a single passive optical network (PON) interface to be shared among many subscribers. PLC splitters are available in compact sizes; therefore, they can be used in aerial apparatus, pedestals or in-ground as well as rack mount or other module-based value-added product. Installation is simple using a variety of connector types or fusion splicing.

This report provides a detailed market and technology analysis of PLC splitters, which are largely driven by Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) and are trending towards commodity manufacturing processes. The ElectroniCast market forecast is segmented by the following product categories and split configurations:

Hierarchy of Selected PLC Splitters, by Fabrication-Level

Chip
Component Device (compact)
Modules

Hierarchy of Selected PLC Splitters, by Splitter Configuration

1xN
1×2
1×4
1×8
1×16
1×32
1×64
2xN
2×4
2×8
2×16
2×32
Other (miscellaneous MxN)

The information is presented in easy-to-follow illustrations and text. The reasons for the forecasted trends are discussed. The report also outlines the market research methodology followed and the key assumptions made. Terms, acronyms, and abbreviations used are defined. A list of fiber PLC splitter manufacturers and related companies is provided, along with description of the types of PLC splitters and related technologies that they address. The technology trends of other pertinent fiber optic components and devices in the fiber optic marketplace are presented.

Next generation networks will combine voice, audio, data at high and low speeds, video, television (including interactive 3D high resolution television), and other specialized transmission into a single integrated infrastructure.

Included within the infrastructure will be business Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, unified messaging, web-assisted call centers, and a variety of small-business infrastructures. Residential use will include video on demand, e-commerce, small office/home office telecommuting, advertising, medical monitoring, elder care monitoring, childcare monitoring, home and office security. Most existing communications will be built upon an Internet backbone during the period of this study. Reasons for this transition are rooted in demand. The customers are demanding greater speed, more functionality and reliability, and naturally, they expect “perfect” quality of service.

Planar waveguide circuits (PWCs) also referred to as planar lightwave circuits (PLCs), incorporate numerous active and passive functional uses for packaged modules. The long-term trend is for a larger share of discrete-circuit (single-function) based PWCs/PLCs being displaced by equivalent performance hybrid (multiple-function) planar devices.

The majority of optical functions, such as splitters, variable optical attenuators (VOAs) and array waveguides (AWGs) are currently developed and implemented forming discrete (single function/monolithic) component integration. The combination of the packaging and integrated optics aspects of PWC technology provides for an attractive and powerful technology for devices/modules, which will hold multiple (two or more) functions (integrated multifunction devices); thereby, reducing size, weight, and cost versus larger, bulkier discrete devices/modules.

As the demand for larger quantities of optical communication components evolve, technologies, which are friendly to automation assembly processes, will have a competitive manufacturing/cost advantage. Use of silicon wafers, for example, draws extensively on the mass-production techniques of the commercial integrated circuit (IC) production whelm, since the fabrication of PWCs incorporates many of the same pieces of equipment and processes.

Fiber-to-the-Home passive optical networks (FTTH/PONs) integrated PLCs, with multiple functions, have promise for a sizable market. The biplexer, an all-in-one transponder that includes the two wavelengths, 1310nm upstream and 1490nm downstream, is one end-use modules based on planar waveguide technology that is required for PON. And some networks will use a 1550nm wavelength for a cable TV overlay, creating the need for triplexers.

INFORMATION BASE

This study is based on analysis of information obtained continually over 15 years, but updated through the middle of February of 2015. During this period, ElectroniCast analysts performed interviews with authoritative and representative individuals in the fiber optics industry plus telecommunications, cable TV, private datacom, military/aerospace & other communication industries, instrumentation/ laboratory – R&D and factory/manufacturing, from the standpoint of both suppliers and users of planar waveguide circuits. The interviews were conducted principally with:

Engineers, marketing personnel and management at manufacturers of fiber optic couplers/splitters, PON/FTTH components/devicse, optical fiber, AWGs/optical waveguide and other components, cable assemblies, test/measurement equipment, Fiber optic connectors, mechanical splices splice and installation apparatus

Design group leaders, engineers, marketing personnel and market planners at major users and potential users of optical communication devices, including passive optical devices and active/transceivers, such as telecommunication transmission, switching and distribution equipment producers, data communications equipment producers, harsh environment, military systems, aircraft and spacecraft electronic equipment producers, optical instrumentation system producers and others

Other industry experts, including those focused on standards activities, trade associations, and investments.

The interviews covered issues of technology, R&D support, pricing, contract size, reliability, documentation, installation/maintenance crafts, standards, supplier competition and other topics.

Customers also were interviewed, to obtain their estimates of quantities received and average prices paid, as a crosscheck of vendor estimates. Customer estimates of historical and expected near term future growth of their application are obtained. Their views of use of new technology products were obtained.

The analyst then considered customer expectations of near term growth in their application, plus forecasted economic payback of investment, technology trends and changes in government regulations in each geographical region, to derive estimated growth rates of quantity and price of each product subset in each application. These forecasted growth rates are combined with the estimated baseline data to obtain the long-range forecasts at the lowest detailed level of each product and application.

A full review of published information was also performed to supplement information obtained through interviews. The following sources were reviewed:

Professional technical journals and papers
Trade press articles
Technical conference proceedings
Product literature
Company profile and financial information
Additional information based on previous ElectroniCast market studies
Personal knowledge of the research team.

In analyzing and forecasting the complexities of the worldwide markets for planar waveguide circuits and related devices, it is essential that the market research team have a good and a deep understanding of the technology and of the industry. ElectroniCast members who participated in this report were qualified.
Note: Market forecast data in this study report refers to consumption (use) for a particular calendar year; therefore, this data is not cumulative data.

Bottom-up Methodology

ElectroniCast forecasts are developed initially at the lowest detail level and then summed to successively higher levels. The background market research focuses on the amount of each type of product used in each application in the base year (2014), and the prices paid at the first transaction from the manufacturer. This forms the base year data. ElectroniCast analysts then forecast the growth rates in component quantity use in device type, along with price trends, based on competitive, economic and technology forecast trends, and apply these to derive long term forecasts at the lowest application (use) levels. The usage growth rate forecasts depend heavily on analysis of overall end user trends toward digital broadband communication equipment usage and economic payback.

Cross-Correlation Increases Accuracy

The quantities of fiber optic attenuators, DWDM, optical fiber/cable, connectors, transceivers, transport terminals, optical add/drop MUX, couplers/splitters, isolators, photonic switches and other products used in a particular application are interrelated. Since ElectroniCast conducts annual analysis and forecast updates in each fiber optic related product field, accurate current quantity estimates in each application are part of this corporate database. These quantities are cross-correlated as a “sanity check.”

ElectroniCast, each year since 1985, has conducted extensive research and updated their forecasts of each fiber optic component category. As technology and applications have advanced, the number of component subsets covered by the forecasts has expanded impressively.

1. PLC Splitter Market Forecast Executive Summary 1-1
 1.1 Overview 1-1
 1.2 Planar Waveguide Circuit Modules Market Trends 1-23
 1.3 OTDR Market Trends 1-40
 1.4 Use of Fiber Optics in Harsh Environments 1-52
 1.5 Fiber Optic Networks 1-63
 2. PLC Splitter Market Forecast, by Fabrication-Level and Port-Count Configuration 2-1
 2.1 Overview 2-1
 2.2 PLC Splitter - Chips 2-36
 2.3 PLC Splitter – Component Device (compact devices) 2-41
 2.4 PLC Splitter Modules 2-47
 3. PLC Splitter Market Forecast, by Fabrication-Level, Split Ratio and Application 3-1
 3.1 Overview 3-1
 3.2 Passive Optical Network (PON) - FTTX Networks / Service Providers (Telco/CATV) 3-8
 3.3 Fiber Optic Test/Measurement & Specialty Applications 3-23
 3.4 Private Enterprise Networks 3-31
 3.5 Harsh Environment (Military, Industrial, Other) 3-45
 4. PLC Splitter Technology 4-1
 4.1 Overview 4-1
 4.2 PLC Splitter – Chips 4-16
 4.3 PLC Splitter – Component Device (tube or compact box) 4-46
 4.4 PLC Splitter Modules 4-52
 5. Selected PLC Competitors 5-1
 5.1 Overview 5-1
 5.2 PLC Suppliers and Product Description – Company Profiles 5-6
 6. Optical Communication Trends 6-1
 6.1 Fiber Network Technology Trends 6-1
 6.2 Components 6-21
 6.2.1 Overview 6-21
 6.2.2 Transmitters and Receivers 6-22
 6.2.3 Optical Amplifiers 6-23
 6.2.4 Dispersion Compensators 6-23
 6.2.5 Fiber Optic Cable 6-26
 6.3 Devices and Parts 6-28
 6.3.1 Overview 6-28
 6.3.2 Emitters and Detectors 6-32
 6.3.3 VCSEL & Transceiver Technology Review 6-35
 6.3.4 Optoelectronic Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) 6-48
 6.3.5 Modulators 6-48
 6.3.6 Packages 6-54
 6.3.7 Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits 6-54
 7. ElectroniCast Research and Analysis Methodology 7-1
 8. Definitions: Acronyms, Abbreviations, and General Terms 8-1
 9. ElectroniCast Market Forecast Data Base 9-1
 
 Market Forecast Data Base – Excel Spreadsheets: Addendum
 Global
 America
 Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA)
 Asia Pacific (APAC)
 PowerPoint Slides Addendum


List Of Tables

1.2.1 Hierarchy of Selected PWC-Based Modules 1-25
1.3.1 OTDRs & Multi-Test Units Global Consumption Market Forecast, By Region ($Million) 1-42
1.3.2 OTDRs & Multi-Test Units Global Consumption Market Forecast, By Application ($Million) 1-43
1.5.1 IEEE 802.3ae and 802.3ba Standard: OM3- and OM4- Distances for Ethernet 1-82
1.5.2 IEEE 802.3ba 40G/100G - Physical Layer Specifications 1-83
1.5.3 Internet Service Providers in Canada 1-119
1.6.2 Research Institutions 1-151
2.1.1 Polymer Photonic Technology & Components Examples 2-17
2.2.1 PLC Splitter Chips Global Forecast, by Region ($Million) 2-36
2.2.2 PLC Splitter Chips Global Forecast, by Region (Quantity/Units) 2-37
2.2.3 PLC Splitter Chips Global Forecast, by Split Configuration ($Million) 2-39
2.2.4 PLC Splitter Chips Global Forecast, by Split Configuration (Quantity/Units) 2-40
2.2.5 PLC Splitter Chips Global Forecast, by Split Configuration (Price, $ Each) 2-40
2.3.1 PLC Splitter Compact Device Global Forecast, by Region ($Million) 2-41
2.3.2 PLC Splitter Compact Device Global Forecast, by Region (Quantity/Units) 2-42
2.3.3 PLC Splitter Compact Device Global Forecast, by Split Configuration ($Million) 2-45
2.3.4 PLC Splitter Compact Device Global Forecast, by Split Configuration (Quantity/Units) 2-46
2.3.5 PLC Splitter Compact Device Global Forecast, by Split Configuration (Price, $ Each) 2-46
2.4.1 PLC Splitter Module Global Forecast, by Region ($Million) 2-48
2.4.2 PLC Splitter Module Global Forecast, by Region (Quantity/Units) 2-48
2.4.3 PLC Splitter Module Global Forecast, by Split Configuration ($Million) 2-52
2.4.4 PLC Splitter Module Global Forecast, by Split Configuration (Quantity/Units) 2-53
2.4.5 PLC Splitter Module Global Forecast, by Split Configuration (Price, $ Each) 2-53
3.1.1 PLC Splitter Chips Global Forecast, by Application ($Million) 3-4
3.1.2 PLC Splitter Chips Global Forecast, by Application (Quantity/Units) 3-4
3.1.3 PLC Splitter Compact Device Global Forecast, by Application ($Million) 3-5
3.1.4 PLC Splitter Compact Device Global Forecast, by Application (Quantity/Units) 3-6
3.1.5 PLC Splitter Module Global Forecast, by Application ($Million) 3-7
3.1.6 PLC Splitter Module Global Forecast, by Application (Quantity/Units) 3-7
3.2.1 PLC Splitter Chips in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-17
3.2.2 PLC Splitter Chips in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-17
3.2.3 PLC Splitter Chips in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-18
3.2.4 PLC Splitter Device in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-19
3.2.5 PLC Splitter Device in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-20
3.2.6 PLC Splitter Device in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-20
3.2.7 PLC Splitter Module in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-21
3.2.8 PLC Splitter Module in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-22
3.2.9 PLC Splitter Module in FTTx/Telecom/CATV Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-22
3.3.1 PLC Splitter Chips in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-25
3.3.2 PLC Splitter Chips in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-26
3.3.2 PLC Splitter Chips in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-26
3.3.4 PLC Splitter Device in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-27
3.3.5 PLC Splitter Device in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-28
3.3.6 PLC Splitter Device in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-28
3.3.7 PLC Splitter Module in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-29
3.3.8 PLC Splitter Module in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-30
3.3.9 PLC Splitter Module in Test/Measurement Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-30
3.4.1 PLC Splitter Chips in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-39
3.4.2 PLC Splitter Chips in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-40
3.4.3 PLC Splitter Chips in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-40
3.4.4 PLC Splitter Device in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-41
3.4.5 PLC Splitter Device in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-42
3.4.6 PLC Splitter Device in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-42
3.4.7 PLC Splitter Module in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-43
3.4.8 PLC Splitter Module in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-44
3.4.9 PLC Splitter Module in Private Enterprise Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-44
3.5.1 PLC Splitter Chips in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-47
3.5.2 PLC Splitter Chips in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-48
3.5.2 PLC Splitter Chips in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-48
3.5.4 PLC Splitter Device in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-49
3.5.5 PLC Splitter Device in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-50
3.5.6 PLC Splitter Device in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-50
3.5.7 PLC Splitter Module in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration ($Million) 3-51
3.5.8 PLC Splitter Module in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration (Quantity) 3-52
3.5.9 PLC Splitter Module in Harsh Environment Global Forecast, by Configuration (Price, $) 3-52
5.2.1 List of Selected PWC and Related Product Suppliers 5-6
5.2.2 PLC Splitter Manufacturing Product-Line / Features 5-54
9.1 PLC Splitter Applications ElectroniCast Database Hierarchy 9-2
9.2 PLC Splitter Split Ratio Configuration ElectroniCast Database Hierarchy 9-2


List Of Figures

1.1.1 PLC Splitter Chips 1-4
 1.1.2 Illustration - PLC Splitter Wafer 1-5
 1.1.3 Illustration - PLC Splitter Wafer 1-6
 1.1.4 PLC Splitter Wafer 1-7
 1.1.5 Wafer Process – PLC Splitters 1-8
 1.1.6 1xN Splitter Photolithography Mask 1-9
 1.1.7 PLC Splitter Chip (Planar Lightwave Circuit Splitter Chip) 1-10
 1.1.8 PLC Splitter Chip 1-11
 1.1.9 Illustration and Image of PLC Splitter Optical Fiber Interface Assembly 1-12
 1.1.10 PLC Splitter Chips Global Consumption Market Forecast, by Region ($Million) 1-13
 1.1.11 1x8 Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) Splitter Compact Device 1-14
 1.1.12 1x32 and 1x8 PLC Splitter Compact Devices 1-15
 1.1.13 Stainless Steel Packaged PLC Splitter Compact Devices 1-16
 1.1.14 PLC Splitter Component-Level Compact Devices Global Forecast, by Region ($Million) 1-17
 1.1.15 Value-Added PLC Splitter Modules 1-19
 1.1.16 1x32 PLC Splitter Module with Connectors 1-20
 1.1.17 Rack-Mount Enclosure 1-20
 1.1.18 PLC Splitter Modules with Connectors 1-21
 1.1.19 PLC Splitter Modules Global Forecast, by Region ($Million) 1-22
 1.2.1 DWDM Athermal AWG Module 1-28
 1.2.2 ROADM Module 1-37
 1.2.3 ROADM Module Schematic Drawing 1-38
 1.2.4 Structure of PLC Switch 1-39
 1.3.1 Multiple Test Platform Device 1-48
 1.3.2 OTDR Hand-Held Device with OTDR Modules 1-50
 1.3.3 Illustration Sample of the Types of Networks Requiring OTDRs 1-51
 1.5.1 FTTP PON Architecture 1-75
 1.5.2 Basic Data Center Topology 1-90
 1.5.3 Multi-Tier Data Center Architecture 1-91
 1.5.4 HFC Distribution System 1-97
 1.5.5 Africa: Subocean Fiber Cable 1-127
 1.5.6 Data Centers in Japan 1-43
 1.5.7 Data Centers in Asia 1-44
 1.5.8 Distributed Continuous Fiber Optic Sensor System Components 1-48
 2.1.1 MxN Passive Optical Multiplexer 2-6
 2.1.2 Waveguide Array Grating Filter 2-7
 2.1.3 Waveguide Array Grating 2-9
 2.1.4 Planar Waveguide Switch and Optical Cross-Connect 2-10
 2.1.5 AWG DWDM Filter 2-12
 2.1.6 PLC-Based Compact Integrated DQPSK Receiver 2-19
 2.1.7 Integration vs. Discrete PLC Solutions 2-25
 2.2.1 1mm Lid (Pyrex) on a 1.5mm Quartz Substrate - PLC Splitter Chips 2-37
 2.3.1 Mechanical Drawing: 1x2 and 1x64 PLC Compact Splitter Devices 2-42
 2.3.2 Component-Level Compact PLC Splitter Devices 2-43
 2.4.1 1x16 PLC Splitter Module 2-49
 2.4.2 1x32 PLC Splitter Module with SC Connectors 2-50
 2.4.3 Mechanical Drawing: 1x32 PLC Splitter Module 2-51
 3.2.1 FTTH PON: Passive Optical Network 3-10
 3.2.2 Radio Frequency over Glass: HFC 3-15
 3.4.1 Typical Gigabit Product Deployment 3-35
 4.1.1 Silica Micro-channels on a Chip 4-3
 4.2.1 Vertical Furnace used for LPCVD 4-23
 4.2.2 Fire Resistance Test Furnace 4-25
 4.2.3 Planar Waveguide Polishing: End & Edge Polisher 4-27
 4.2.4 UV/Vis/NIR Spectrophotometer 4-31
 4.2.5 Oscilloscope 4-33
 4.2.6 Ion Exchange System 4-34
 4.2.7 Prism Coupling Measurement System 4-36
 4.2.8 Prism Coupling Measurement, by Material Type 4-37
 4.2.9 Wafer Stepper 4-43
 4.2.10 Components: Photolithography System 4-45
 4.3.1 Single-mode PLC Splitter Compact Device 4-47
 4.3.2 Single-mode PLC Splitter Compact Device 4-48
 4.4.1 PLC Splitter Module 4-53
 4.4.2 Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) splitter modules 4-54
 5.2.1 1XN PLC Optical Splitter Chips 5-14
 5.2.2 Small Footprint Optical Component 5-20
 5.2.3 Small Footprint Optical Component (1x2 TFF MUX/DEMUX) 5-21
 5.2.4 2 x16 PLC Splitter Module 5-22
 5.2.5 Passive Athermal DWDM AWG 5-25
 5.2.6 1mm Lid (Pyrex) on a 1.5mm Quartz Substrate - PLC Splitter Chips 5-26
 5.2.7 Compact Drop Closure for FTTH Premise 5-29
 5.2.8 PLC Splitters 5-37
 5.2.9 Photolithography Masking Technology 5-39
 5.2.10 PLC Splitter Compact Devices 5-45
 5.2.11 1x8 and 1x16 PLC Splitter Compact Devices 5-51
 5.2.12 1x128 PLC Splitter 5-59
 5.2.13 PLC Splitters 5-63
 6.1.1 100G CFP2 Transceiver (IEEE 100GBASE-ER4 and ITU-T G.959.1 OTU4) for 40km 6-5
 6.3.3.1 CWDM SFP 1G 80km Transceiver 6-40
 6.3.3.2 Typical Intra-Office Interconnections 6-42
 6.3.3.3 1-Port OC-768c/STM-256c Tunable WDMPOS Interface Module 6-45
 6.3.5.1 40 to 60Gbps Silicon-Based Optical Modulator 6-49
 6.3.5.2 Integrated silicon optical transceiver for large-volume data transmission 6-51
 6.3.7.1 Trend of Transceiver Packaging Density, Gigabits/Cubic Inch 6-58
 7.1.1 ElectroniCast Market Research & Forecasting Methodology 7-4


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