Field-Terminated Fusion Splice-On Connector American Region Market Forecast & Analysis 2019-2030

This report presents the findings of the ElectroniCast market research study of the use of field-terminated fiber optic fusion splice on connectors (SOCs), attaching to an end of an optical fiber. Fusion splice on connectors (SOCs) are defined that the fusion splice is made either within the connector body or concealed in the connector immediate strain relief boot.

This report provides the SOC consumption value, quantity and average selling prices in the American region, which consists of North America, as well as Rest of America.

Field terminated fusion splice on connectors are installed for multiple reasons; the following are a few examples: rapid repairs or fist-time installation; limited space situations where pre-terminated fiber cabling may be difficult, such as when the cable assembly needs to pass through small openings such as conduit; splice trays and associated apparatus, as well as storage limitations regarding excess cable slack, which is typical for pre-terminated cable assemblies. Additionally, performance requirements versus mechanical splice options is a major consideration, since fusion splice offers lower insertion loss and better performance, because fusion splice provides a continuous connection between two optical fibers.

The American regional fiber optic connector consumption is driven by a dramatic increase in bandwidth demand beyond the limits of copper. Technological advances in fiber optics are assuring the migration of fiber closer and closer to the end user. This translates into demand for shorter links where connectors represent a substantial share of the total installation cost. The cost concerns are being addressed with the introduction of smaller, lower cost and easier to install connectors. The use of multiple-fiber connectors is also increasing, driven by the need for high fiber-count cable density interconnect applications.

Years of Coverage: 2019-2030

This report provides the SOC consumption value, quantity and average selling prices in the America region, segmented by North America and Rest of America. History data are presented for 2019 and immediate estimates for the year 2020, plus the year-by-year forecast through 2030 for each significant type of field-terminated fusion splice-on connector.

The forecast for each connector type, in turn, is segmented into each selected communication application. Company profiles of selected competitors and related companies are provided. Additionally, competitive market share estimates (2019) for selected manufacturers of field-terminated fusion splice-on connectors are provided.

COVID-19

Because of the impact on production, sales, shipment and implementation caused by the negative effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we forecast a slowdown or negative movement in consumption in 2020 and, in some categories, a sluggish recovery.

Connectors and Applications Covered in this Study

The field terminated fusion splice-on fiber optic connector market forecast is built up from specific segments. The two major categories are connectors used with single-mode optical fiber and connectors used with multimode optical fiber, and are further segmented as shown in Table 1.

Table 1 - Product Category List

  • Single-Mode Fiber Optic Connector

ST Simplex

  • FC Simplex
  • SC Simplex
  • LC Simplex
  • MPO Multiple Fiber Connector
  • OTHER
  • Multimode Fiber Optic Connectors

ST Simplex

FC Simplex

  • SC Simplex
  • LC Simplex
  • MPO Multiple Fiber Connector
  • OTHER

The market data is detailed by the following functions:

  • Consumption (use) Value (US$, Million)
  • Quantity/Volume (Connectors by Thousand/Units)
  • Average Selling Price (ASP - US$, Each)

Fiber optic fusion splice on connectors (SOC) are used in FTTx networks, cable TV backbone networks, Central Office and Head-End connector replacement, outside plant (OSP) and multiple dwelling units (apartments/condominiums) fiber to the premises (FTTP) cabling, RF-overlay/ infrastructures (5G - next generation cellular and other), and FTTP networks, as well as premises networks (Fiber-to-the-Desk, Other), data center (DC) installation, connector restoration in the field, industrial and specialty applications and other applications. The end applications for the selected fiber optic connectors are itemized in Table 2.

Table 2 - Application Category List

  • Telecommunications/Multimedia
  • Cable TV/Multimedia
  • Premises Networks and Other Non-Specified

Service providers that provide landline telephony are considered in the Telecommunications / Multimedia category, even if they also provide Internet, Cable TV, as well as mobile/cell phone service; service providers that offer mobile/cell phone service (only) are considered in the Telecommunications application category.

Service providers that provide Cable TV and/or Internet and (plus) mobile/cell phone service is considered in the Cable TV/Multimedia application category.

Companies that provide Internet (only) are now considered in the Telecommunications/Multimedia category.

Premises Networks and Other Non-Specified application category includes the premises network category, plus Military / Aerospace Specialty; industrial; medical/science; and other applications/non-specific uses

Field terminated fiber optic fusion Splice On Connectors (SOC) are suitable for rapid repairs or for limited space situations where pre-terminated fiber cabling may be difficult, such as when the cable assembly needs to pass through small openings such as conduit. The connector offers a repeatable alternative termination solution for single-mode or multimode optical fiber.

It is sometimes the case that the required fiber optic connectors cannot be attached to the optical fibers at the factory prior to installation in the field. Also, it is sometimes preferable to deliver the optical fiber (cable) to the customer installation location separately than the connectors since the optical fiber connectors generally have a greater diameter than the respective optical fiber, and may unnecessarily complicate the packaging and shipping of the optical fiber.

Higher port density means higher volumes of cables must be run through ducts, conduits, ceilings, and other. In order to enable pulling these cables safely and easily, it is preferred that at least one of the optical cable ends is un-terminated. Installers are then left to terminate these fibers using the method that gives not only the highest quality termination, but also has the lowest installed cost.

In addition to outside plant (OSP) installations, field terminated fiber optic fusion splice on connectors (SOC) are finding their way into data centers (DC) and other inside plant applications. With these connectors, installers/ technicians can accomplish cable builds with exact lengths, eliminating the short cable and excess cable slack, as well as logistic delays associated with pre-terminated cables. The SOCs provide reliable, permanent, terminations that provide superior performance versus mechanical splice connector types. The connectors also facilitate fast MAC (moves, adds and changes) installation solutions.

Information Base for the Market Forecast

Primary Research

This study is based on analysis of information obtained through the middle of December 2020. During this period, ElectroniCast analysts performed interviews with authoritative and representative individuals in the fiber optics industry plus telecommunications, cable TV, datacom, military and aerospace and other communication industries, instrumentation/ laboratory - R&D and factory/manufacturing, from the standpoint of both suppliers and users of fusion and mechanical field terminated fiber optic connectors. The interviews were conducted principally with:

  • Technicians and network planners that are actively involved in using mechanical splices, fusion splicers, and fiber optic connectors/field-terminated mechanical-type and fusion splice-on connectors.
  • Engineers, marketing personnel and management at manufacturers of fiber optic connectors, fusion splicers, mechanical splices, ferrules and cables, cable assemblies, splice equipment/tools and installation apparatus, and other devices
  • Design group leaders, engineers, marketing personnel and market planners at major users and potential users of cable, cable assemblies, connectors, installation apparatus, passive devices and transceivers, such as telecommunication transmission, switching and distribution equipment producers, data communications equipment 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, patents and Intellectual Property, 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.

Secondary Research

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 North American market for optical interconnect products, 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.

Bottom-up Methodology

ElectroniCast forecasts are developed initially at the lowest detail level, 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 (last year), 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 each application, along with price trends, based on competitive, economic and technology forecast trends, and apply these to derive long term forecasts at the lowest application levels. The usage growth rate forecasts depend heavily on analysis of overall end user trends toward communication equipment usage and economic payback.

Cross-Correlation Increases Accuracy

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 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.

The calculation and analysis data spreadsheet technique is based upon input/output analysis, leveraging the quantitative consumption quantity, price and value of each item in each application at all levels to achieve reasonable quantitative conclusions; this interactive analysis concept, first applied on a major scale by Leonteff, of the US Department of Commerce, in the mid 1950s, was then adopted successfully by analyst/forecasting firms Quantum Science, Gnostic Concepts and (in 1981) by ElectroniCast.

1. Executive Summary

  • 1.1Overview
  • 1.2. Fiber Optic Fusion Splicer - Overview

2. American Region and Sub-Region Market Forecast

  • 2.1Application Overview
  • 2.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors
  • 2.3Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors
  • 2.4Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors
  • 2.5Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors
  • 2.6Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors
  • 2.7Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors

3. Competitive Environment

  • 3.1. Company Profiles: SOC competitors and related companies
    • AFL
    • Aurora Optics Incorporated
    • Belden Incorporated
    • Beyondtech Inc.
    • Cables Plus USA
    • Clearfield, Inc.
    • CommScope Inc.
    • Corning Incorporated (Corning Cable Systems)
    • DAYTAI Network Technologies Co., Ltd. (Hangzhou)
    • Diamond SA
    • Fiber Cable Solution Technology Co., Ltd (FCST)
    • FiberFox Inc.
    • Fiber Instruments Sales Inc. (FIS)
    • FiberOptic Resale Corp (FORC)
    • Fibernet
    • Fibertronics, Inc.
    • FS.COM Inc.
    • Furukawa/Fitel/OFS
    • GAO Tek Inc.
    • Green Telecom Technology Co., Ltd
    • Hefei Xingcheng Communications Co., Ltd
    • Hubbell Incorporated
    • HUBER+SUHNER
    • ILSINTECH (UCL SWIFT CO., LTD.) - America ILSINTECH
    • INNO Instrument Incorporated
    • Joinwit Optoelectronic Tech. Co., Ltd. (Shanghai)
    • Kaishengda Cable Co., Ltd (KSD) (Shenzhen)/(KSD Fiber Cable Manufacturer)
    • KeyFibre (KeyQuick System)
    • KITCO Fiber Optics - Marmon Aerospace & Defense/Berkshire Hathaway
    • Legrand
    • LEMO
    • Leviton Manufacturing Co., Incorporated
    • Molex, LLC (Koch Industries, Inc.)
    • Nexans S.A.
    • Optical Cable Corp. (OCC)
    • OptoSpan
    • Panduit Corporation
    • Table of Contents - Continued
    • Precision Rated Optics (PRO) - (FiberOptics.com Inc.)
    • QualitY (Dongguan Qingying Industrial Co., Ltd.)
    • Radiall
    • Rollball International Company, Ltd.
    • Sanwa Denki Kogyo Co., Ltd. - Sanwa Electronics USA Corporation
    • SEIKOH GIKEN CO., Ltd.
    • SENKO Advanced Components, Inc.
    • Siemon (The Siemon Company)
    • Sinda Optic Technology Company, Ltd. (Shenzhen)
    • Spring Optical Communication Co., Ltd (Shenzhen)
    • Sumitomo Electric Lightwave (SEL)
    • Sunma International Industry Ltd. (Wuhan Sumna Technology Company, Ltd.)
    • Takfly Communications Co., Ltd. (Takfly Industrial Co., Ltd)
    • Techwin (China) Industry Co., Ltd.
    • Tempo Communications, Inc. (formerly Greenlee Communications)
    • 3SAE Technologies Inc.
    • Tuolima Network Technologies Co., Ltd. (Hangzhou)
    • UNIKIT Optical Technologies Co., Ltd (Jiangsu)
    • US Conec Ltd.
    • YINGDA Photonic Co., Ltd. (Shenzhen) (SHENZHEN YINGDA PHOTONIC CO., LTD.)
  • 3.2. Market Share Estimates of the Leading SOC Manufacturers

4. Research Methodology

5. Definitions - Acronyms, Abbreviations, and General Terms

6. Market Forecast Data Base - Explanation of Excel File

  • 6.1Overview
  • 6.2. Tutorial

Market Forecast Data Base - Excel Spreadsheets

Data Figures - PowerPoint Slides


List Of Tables

  • 1.1.1. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Market Forecast Product Category List
  • 1.1.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Market Forecast Application Category List
  • 1.1.3. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors America Forecast, Fiber Type ($M)
  • 1.1.4. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors America Forecast, Fiber Type (Qty)
  • 1.1.5. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors America Forecast, Type ($Million)
  • 1.1.6. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors America Forecast, Type (Qty, Units)
  • 1.1.7. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors America Forecast, Application ($M)
  • 1.1.8. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors North America Forecast, Application (Qty)
  • 1.2.1. Fusion Splice (Type) Preference, by Selected Application (Typical - not exclusive)
  • 2.1.1. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Market Forecast Product Category List
  • 2.1.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Market Forecast Application Category List
  • 2.1.3. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors America Forecast, by Type ($Million)
  • 2.1.4. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North America Forecast, by Type ($Million)
  • 2.1.5. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors Rest of America Forecast, by Type ($Million)
  • 2.1.6. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors America Forecast, by Type (Qty/Units)
  • 2.1.7. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North America Forecast, by Type (Qty/Units)
  • 2.1.8. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors Rest of America Forecast, by Type (Qty/Units)
  • 2.1.9. Percentage of Fiber Connections in Total Fixed Broadband, Selected Countries
  • 2.1.10. Harsh Environment Applications, Components & Devices/Parts
  • 2.1.11. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors America Telecom Forecast, by Type ($M)
  • 2.1.12. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North Amer. Telecom Forecast, by Type ($M)
  • 2.1.13. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors Rest of Amer. Teleco Forecast, by Type ($M)
  • 2.1.14. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors America Telecom Forecast, by Type (Qty)
  • 2.1.15. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North Amer. Teleco Forecast, by Type (Qty)
  • 2.1.16. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors Rest of Amer. Teleco Forecast, by Type (Qty)
  • 2.1.17. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors America CATV Forecast, by Type ($M)
  • 2.1.18. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North America CATV Forecast, by Type ($M)
  • 2.1.19. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors Rest of Amer. CATV Forecast, by Type ($M)
  • 2.1.20. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors America CATV Forecast, by Type (Qty)
  • 2.1.21. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors North America CATV Forecast, by Type (Qty)
  • 2.1.22. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors Rest of Amer. CATV Forecast, by Type (Qty)
  • 2.1.23. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Conn. America Premises/Other Forecast, Type ($M)
  • 2.1.24. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Conn. North Amer. Premises/Other Forecast, Type ($M)
  • 2.1.25. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Conn. Rest of Amer. Premises/Other Forecast, Type ($M)
  • 2.1.26. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Conn. America Premises/Other Forecast, Type (Qty)
  • 2.1.27. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Conn. North Amer. Premises/Other Forecast, Type (Qty)
  • 2.1.28. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Conn. Rest of Amer. Premises/Other Forecast, Type (Qty)
  • 3.1.1. Value Proposition - Field Installable Fusion Splice-On vs. Mechanical Splice-Type
  • 3.1.2. Cost Issues - Field Installable Fusion Splice-On vs. Mechanical Splice-Type Connector
  • 3.1.3. Fusion Splice Connectors - Compatible Splice Machines
  • 3.1.4. SC/UPC Fusion Splice Connector - Specifications
  • 3.1.5. SC/APC Fiber Optic Mechanical Splice Connectors Product Specifications
  • 3.1.6. Splice-On Connector Specifications
  • 3.1.7. Product Characteristics - Splice on Connector
  • 3.1.8. Fusion Splice-on Connector Specification Parameter
  • 3.1.9. Fast Connector Hot Melting Type/Fusion Splice on Connector Technical Specification
  • 3.1.10. SC Splice-On Connectors (SOC) - Product Offering and Specifications
  • 3.1.11. Fusion Splice On Connector Part Numbers and Descriptions
  • 3.2.1. Fusion Splice On Connector Manufacturers 2019 Market Shares - America Region
  • 6.1.1. Applications Data Base Category List
  • 6.1.2. Product Data Base Category List
  • 6.1.3. Product Data Base Regional Worksheets

List Of Figures

  • 1.1.1. Mechanical Splice
  • 1.1.2. Fusion Splice
  • 1.1.3. Fiber Optic Connector Ferrules Polish Styles (Flat, PC, UPC, APC)
  • 1.1.4. Fiber Optic Connector Ferrules Polish: 8 Degrees of Separation
  • 1.1.5. Typical components of a Splice On Connector
  • 1.1.6. Assorted Fusion Splice-on Field-Terminated Connectors
  • 1.1.7. Small and Light Portable Fusion Splicer
  • 1.1.8. Handheld Single Fiber Fusion Splicer (V-Groove)
  • 1.1.9. Fiber Splice Protection Sleeve
  • 1.1.10. Ribbon Fiber Cable
  • 1.1.11. Ribbon Fiber Cable
  • 1.1.12. Ribbon Fiber Cable
  • 1.1.13. Fiber Optic Loose Tube Plenum Cable
  • 1.1.14. Single-Mode (OS2) Ribbon Fiber Cable
  • 1.1.15. Ultra-High-Fiber-Count Ribbon Cable
  • 1.1.16. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Value America Region Forecast
  • 1.1.17. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Value America Sub-Region Forecast
  • 1.1.18. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Quantity America Region Forecast
  • 1.1.19. Field Terminated Fusion Splice-on Connectors Quantity America Sub-Region Forecast
  • 1.1.20. High-Bandwidth Applications
  • 1.1.21. Harsh Environment Field-Deployable and Terminated Fiber Optic Connector
  • 1.2.1. Single-Fiber Core-To-Core Alignment
  • 1.2.2. Multiple-Fiber Cladding-to-Cladding Alignment
  • 1.2.3. Examples of Differences in Optical Fiber
  • 1.2.4. Fiber Cladding Diameter
  • 1.2.5. 12-Fiber Mass Fiber Fusion Splicer
  • 1.2.6. Single Fiber Fusion Splicer
  • 1.2.7. Handheld Core Alignment Fiber Fusion Splicer
  • 2.1.1. Pre-Terminated Rack Mount Panel 1000 of 288 Ribbon Fiber Optic Cable
  • 2.1.2. Pre-Polished Field Installable Fiber Optic Connectors (Mechanical)
  • 2.1.3. SC Multimode Field Installable Fiber Optic Connectors (Mechanical)
  • 2.1.4. SC Multimode Field Installable Fiber Optic Connectors (Mechanical)
  • 2.1.5. Fusion Splice Field Termination Connector Kit
  • 2.1.6. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors (SC Splice-on Connectors)
  • 2.1.7. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connector (SC Splice-on Connectors/UPC/SM)
  • 2.1.8. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connector (SC Splice-on Connectors/UPC/SM)
  • 2.1.9. MPO Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connector and Fusion Splice Operation
  • 2.1.10. MPO Fusion Splice Field-Terminated Fiber Optic Connectors
  • 2.1.11. Assorted Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors (ST, LC, SC, FC)
  • 2.1.12. Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connectors
  • 2.1.13. Structure of the MPO Field Terminated Fusion Splice Connector
  • 2.1.14. MTP® Compatible Splice-On Connector
  • 2.1.15. Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connector
  • 2.1.16. Fiber causing a disconnection
  • 2.1.17. Fiber Optic Network Topology
  • 2.1.18. WDM/TDM-PON Technology
  • 2.1.19. Data Center
  • 2.1.20. Splice-Cassette
  • 2.2.1. Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors America Forecast ($, Million)
  • 2.2.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
  • 2.2.3. Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
  • 2.2.4. Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
  • 2.2.5. Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
  • 2.3.1. Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors America Forecast ($, Million)
  • 2.3.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
  • 2.3.3. Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
  • 2.3.4. Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
  • 2.3.5. Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
  • 2.4.1. Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors America Forecast ($, Million)
  • 2.4.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
  • 2.4.3. Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
  • 2.4.4. Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
  • 2.4.5. Field Terminated Fusion Splice ST Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
  • 2.5.1. Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors America Forecast ($, Million)
  • 2.5.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
  • 2.5.3. Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
  • 2.5.4. Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
  • 2.5.5. Field Terminated Fusion Splice FC Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
  • 2.6.1. Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors America Forecast ($, Million)
  • 2.6.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors America Forecast (Quantity/Units)
  • 2.6.3. Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type ($M)
  • 2.6.4. Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (Qty)
  • 2.6.5. Field Terminated Fusion Splice MPO Connectors America Forecast, Fiber/Type (ASP)
  • 2.7.1. Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors America Forecast ($, Million)
  • 2.7.2. Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors America Forecast (Qty/Units)
  • 2.7.3. Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors America Forecast, Type ($M)
  • 2.7.4. Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors America Forecast, Type (Qty)
  • 2.7.5. Field Terminated Fusion Splice OTHER Connectors America Forecast, Type (ASP)
  • 3.1.1. Fusion Splice-On Connectors - Variety
  • 3.1.2. Fusion Splice-On Connector
  • 3.1.3. Fusion Splice-On Connector
  • 3.1.4. Fusion Splice-On Connectors (MPO)
  • 3.1.5. Single Fiber Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.6. Fusion Splice/Specialty Single-Mode Connector
  • 3.1.7. Fusion Splice-On Connectors - Variety
  • 3.1.8. LC/UPC - Epoxy or Anaerobic Adhesive Fiber Optic Connector
  • 3.1.9. Fiber Fusion Splice-On Connectors
  • 3.1.10. Outside Plant (OSP) Test Access Point (TAP)
  • 3.1.11. MPO Connector- field installable, fusion splice, angled, single-mode
  • 3.1.12. The FuseLite™ MTP® Compatible Splice-On Connector
  • 3.1.13. Field Terminated Fusion Splice LC Connector
  • 3.1.14. SC/UPC Fusion Splice Connector
  • 3.1.15. Field Terminated Fusion Splice SC Connector
  • 3.1.16. SC/APC Fiber Optic Mechanical Splice Connectors
  • 3.1.17. Mini Core-to-Core Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.18. Mini 12R (Ribbon - 12 fibers) Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.19. Assorted Splice-On Connectors (LC and SC)
  • 3.1.20. FTTH Last Mile Optical Fiber Installation Example
  • 3.1.21. Ready to Use SOC Parts in Package
  • 3.1.22. Fusion Splicer - Compatible with Splice-On Connectors
  • 3.1.23. Splice on Connector Cordage Holder
  • 3.1.24. Assorted Splice-On Connectors
  • 3.1.25. Fusion Splice on Connector (SOC)
  • 3.1.26. Fusion Splice on Connector (SOC) Components with Splicer Holder
  • 3.1.27. Line Drawing of the Fusion Splice on Connector (SOC)
  • 3.1.28. FC/UPC Multimode 62.5 Individual Fiber Optic Pigtail
  • 3.1.29. Splice on Connector
  • 3.1.30. Hand-Held Ribbon Fiber Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.31. Fiber Optic Pigtail 900 μm Buffered Fiber
  • 3.1.32. Assorted Fusion Splice-on Connectors
  • 3.1.33. Ready to Use SOC Parts in Package
  • 3.1.34. Company Logo
  • 3.1.35. Core Alignment Single Fiber Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.36. Multi-Fiber Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.37. FTTH Fusion Splice on Connectors
  • 3.1.38. Hardened Fusion splice-on connector
  • 3.1 39. Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.40. Core-Alignment Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.41. Ribbon (12-Fiber) Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.42. SC Splice-On Connectors (SOC), Single-mode APC
  • 3.1.43. SC Splice-On Connectors (SOC), Single-mode APC
  • 3.1.44. Assorted Splice-On Connectors (SOC)
  • 3.1.45. Mechanical Splice-Type Fiber Optic Connector
  • 3.1.46. Mechanical Splice-Type Fiber Optic Connector
  • 3.1.47. Splice on Connectors
  • 3.1.48. SMPTE Fiber Optic HDTV Interconnection
  • 3.1.49. Field Installable Splice-On MPO Connector
  • 3.1.50. Field Installable Fusion Splice-On MPO Connector
  • 3.1.51. FC-Type Splice On Connector
  • 3.1.52. Hot Melting Type SC/UPC Fusion SOC Fiber Fast Connector
  • 3.1.53. SC Auto Shutter Fiber Optic Connector
  • 3.1.54. Splice On Connector
  • 3.1.55. Splice On Connectors
  • 3.1.56. Pre-Terminated Duplex Fiber Optic Connector
  • 3.1.57. Splice-On-Connector (LC Connector)
  • 3.1.58. Field-Terminated Mechanical Splice Fiber Optic Connector
  • 3.1.59. Core Alignment Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.60. Ribbon Fiber Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.61. Handheld Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.62. Automatic Adaptive Core Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1 63. Active Clad Alignment Handheld Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.64. Assorted Splice On Connectors
  • 3.1.65. MPO Splice-On Connectors
  • 3.1.66. Mechanical Splice-Type Fiber Optic Connector
  • 3.1.67. Optical Fusion Splicer
  • 3.1.68. Mechanical Splice Field Assembly Optical Connector
  • 3.1.69. Expanded Beam Connector with Optical Fiber Cord
  • 3.1.70. Assorted Fusion Splice-on Connectors
  • 3.1.71. Companys Customer Base
  • 4.1. Market Research & Forecasting Methodology

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