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米国の産業別イーサネット市場の最新動向

U.S. Ethernet Services Vertical Markets Update: 2014-2019

発行 Heavy Reading 商品コード 311520
出版日 ページ情報 英文 58 Pages
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米国の産業別イーサネット市場の最新動向 U.S. Ethernet Services Vertical Markets Update: 2014-2019
出版日: 2014年08月29日 ページ情報: 英文 58 Pages
概要

イーサネットは、主要キャリアのデータサービスの中でも現在最も急速に成長している部門で、幅広い利用者・サービス領域を獲得すして「競争を制する」ための重要な手段となっています。巨大投資による周波数帯域幅の拡大や各種メリットの強化により、イーサネットのサービス収益額は急速に増大しています。米国の場合、金融機関・医療機関・教育機関・政府部門の4部門がインターネット小売企業の主要顧客となっていますが、製造業・小売業・専門サービス、また各種の中小企業も重要な顧客となっています。

当レポートでは、米国における各産業向けイーサネット市場の最新動向と将来展望について分析し、全体的な市場構造や動向見通し(今後5年間分)、主要部門の詳細動向、主要サービスプロバイダーの経営者とのインタビュー内容、今後の市場発展の方向性などを調査・考察しております。

第1章 イントロダクション・主な分析結果

  • 主な分析結果
  • 分析の範囲・構造

第2章 背景事情と産業動向

  • 帯域幅の拡張:各種産業での主な需要促進要因
  • イーサネットの導入パターン
  • 各産業における付加価値イーサネットの特徴
  • イーサネットの「民主化」と産業集中度
    • 中間市場と中小企業の環境
  • イーサネットと「クラウド」
  • 米国のイーサネット小売市場の将来性:3〜5年後の見通し

第3章 市場の傾向と課題

  • 金融機関
    • 下位部門別の動向
    • 金融機関の進化
    • 規制の役割の拡大
    • 待ち時間
    • データのストレージおよび複製
    • セキュリティと多様化
    • 世界的な課題
    • ハイブリッド型ネットワーク
    • 周波数帯域の水準とトポロジー
  • 医療産業
    • 立地条件の種類と多数の参入者
    • 帯域幅の拡張要因としての画像診断
    • 記録のルール
  • 教育分野
    • 初等・中等教育(K-12)
    • Eレート(学校・公立図書館インターネット補助金制度)
    • 遠距離教育
    • 経営主体の役割
    • 高等教育
  • 政府機関
    • 汎用アプリケーションとそれ以外
    • 公共のニーズに応える
    • 緊急サービスと動画機能
    • モバイル&Web需要
    • BCDR(事業継続・災害復旧)とクラウド
    • セキュリティと諸政策
    • 契約履行:連邦政府および州政府の場合
    • 規制とトポロジー
  • Web 2.0/コンテンツ/メディア
  • 製造業
  • 小売業
  • 専門サービス
    • 法務サービス

第4章 市場の将来予測

第5章 エンドユーザー調査

  • 調査概要:金融業の場合
  • 調査概要:教育機関の場合
  • 調査概要:製造業の場合
  • 調査概要:専門サービス産業の場合

付録A:著者について

付録B:法的免責事項

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目次

Ethernet is the fastest-growing major carrier data service and has to a considerable degree "won the war" to become the most widely adopted access and wide-area service for new connections.

Ethernet service revenues are growing rapidly in a larger IT environment of escalating data bandwidth demand that underscores Ethernet's TCO benefits. Ethernet shines compared to more costly, longer-established technologies, as it credibly appears to be a way to get more bandwidth for less. Ethernet's growth is thus driven both by expansion of wide-area service demand and migration to Ethernet from other technologies.

Retail Ethernet service in the U.S. has historically been dominated by several key vertical markets, starting with local governments and school districts in the 1990s adopting ILEC native/transparent LAN services. With accelerating bandwidth demand across the U.S. economy - combined with Ethernet's increased availability, improving standards and declining costs - fast-growing Ethernet service is now being adopted across an ever-increasing range of market sectors.

Four major verticals - financial, healthcare, education and government - account for at least half of U.S. retail Ethernet sales, while the Web 2.0/content/media sector constitutes the fastest-growing and most dynamic Ethernet service opportunity. This report also analyzes three more "runner-up" verticals - manufacturing, retail and professional services, the latter two of which are important representatives of the SMB customers that are increasingly driving Ethernet's growth. These eight verticals collectively account for roughly 80 percent of the U.S. Ethernet services market today.

U.S. Ethernet Services Vertical Markets Update: 2014-2019 analyzes the U.S. retail Ethernet services market and projects growth for the eight major Ethernet vertical markets through 2019. It also examines the major issues that will affect each key vertical over the next five years. This report updates Heavy Reading's first study on the development and growth of retail Ethernet services - 2010's U.S. Ethernet Vertical Markets: A Five-Year Market Forecast.

The report is based on in-depth interviews with senior executives at 15 leading Ethernet service providers*, which collectively account for about 90 percent of U.S. retail Ethernet service sales. In many cases, we spoke with multiple sources per company. It also draws on an exclusive survey of U.S. companies regarding their current and future Ethernet services usage.

The excerpt below shows our five-year forecast for Ethernet revenues in the financial vertical - the largest sector for Ethernet business today. Although the financial vertical continues to grow healthily, in line with the overall market, it is maturing. As the figure shows, revenues in this vertical are projected to grow from an estimated $1.1 billion in 2014 to $1.7 billion in 2019, at a 9 percent CAGR over the forecast period.

Excerpt 1: Financial Revenues

                     Source: Heavy Reading

The excerpt below shows a sample response from our end-user survey, asking how respondents believed their organizations' total data services spending would change over the next three years. The overall trend is clearly positive, with nearly two thirds of respondents expecting their organization to increase spending. Only 6 percent expected to cut spending by any amount.

Excerpt 2: How Will Your Spending on Data Services Change
Over the Next Three Years?

                     Source: Heavy Reading; n=208

Report Scope & Structure

U.S. Ethernet Services Vertical Markets Update: 2014-2019 is structured as follows:

Section I is an introduction to the report, with complete report key findings.

Section II provides background on Ethernet services and examines overall trends in the retail Ethernet market, including Ethernet service adoption, service characteristics, cross-market drivers, cloud networking and the future direction of the market.

Section III examines specific patterns of Ethernet adoption and applications in eight significant U.S. retail vertical markets: financial, healthcare, education, government, Web 2.0/content/media, manufacturing, retail and professional services.

Section IV forecasts the Ethernet services market for these eight verticals.

Section V analyzes the results of a recent Heavy Reading end-user survey concerning data and Ethernet services usage. It discusses findings from the overall sample and drills down into vertical-specific findings from financial, education, manufacturing and professional service respondents.

U.S. Ethernet Services Vertical Markets Update: 2014-2019 is published in PDF format.

Table of Contents

LIST OF FIGURES

I. INTRODUCTION & KEY FINDINGS

  • 1.1. Key Findings
  • 1.2. Report Scope & Structure

II. BACKGROUND & INDUSTRY TRENDS

  • 2.1. Bandwidth Growth Key Demand Driver Across Verticals
  • 2.2. Ethernet Adoption Patterns
  • 2.3. Valued Ethernet Characteristics Across Verticals
  • 2.4. Ethernet "Democratization" vs. Vertical Concentration
    • Mid-Market & SMB Environments
  • 2.5. Ethernet & the "Cloud"
  • 2.6. The Future of the U.S. Retail Ethernet Market: Three to Five Years

III. MARKET TRENDS & ISSUES

  • 3.1. Financial
    • Sub-Verticals
    • Financial Industry Evolution
    • Regulation's Growing Role
    • Latency
    • Data Storage & Replication
    • Security & Diversity
    • Geographic Issues
    • Hybrid Networks
    • Bandwidth Levels & Topology
  • 3.2. Healthcare
    • Types of Locations, Many Players
    • Imaging as Bandwidth Driver
    • Records Rule
  • 3.3. Education
    • K-12
    • E-Rate
    • Distance Learning
    • Carrier Roles
    • Higher Education
  • 3.4. Government
    • Generic Applications & More
    • Meeting the Public
    • Emergency Services & Video
    • Mobile & Web Demands
    • BCDR & the Cloud
    • Security & Politics
    • Contracting: Federal & State
    • Region & Topology
  • 3.5. Web 2.0/Content/Media
  • 3.6. Manufacturing
  • 3.7. Retail
  • 3.8. Professional Services
    • Legal

IV. MARKET PROJECTIONS

V. END-USER SURVEY

  • 5.1. Highlights: Financial Vertical
  • 5.2. Highlights: Education Vertical
  • 5.3. Highlights: Manufacturing Vertical
  • 5.4. Highlights: Professional Services Vertical

APPENDIX A: ABOUT THE AUTHOR

APPENDIX B: LEGAL DISCLAIMER

LIST OF FIGURES*

SECTION - I

SECTION - II

SECTION - III

SECTION - IV

  • Figure 4.1: Financial Revenues
  • Figure 4.2: Healthcare Revenues
  • Figure 4.3: Education Revenues
  • Figure 4.4: Government Revenues
  • Figure 4.5: Web 2.0/Content/Media Revenues
  • Figure 4.6: Manufacturing Revenues
  • Figure 4.7: Retail Revenues
  • Figure 4.8: Professional Services Revenues

SECTION - V

  • Figure 5.1: What Is Your Company's Approximate Annual Revenue?
  • Figure 5.2: Does Your Company Use Ethernet From a Network Operator?
  • Figure 5.3: Would Your Company Consider Using Ethernet From a Network Operator?
  • Figure 5.4: How Long Have You Used Ethernet From a Network Operator?
  • Figure 5.5: How Important Are Data Services to Your Company?
  • Figure 5.6: How Much of Your Data Traffic Is Carried Over Ethernet?
  • Figure 5.7: How Will Your Use of Ethernet Change Through 2016?
  • Figure 5.8: What Are Ethernet's Main Strengths for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.9: What Are Ethernet's Biggest Drawbacks for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.10: How Much of Your Communications Budget Went to Ethernet This Year?
  • Figure 5.11: How Much of Your Communications Budget Will Go to Ethernet in 2015?
  • Figure 5.12: What Best Describes Bandwidth Usage in Your Company?
  • Figure 5.13: How Would You Characterize Your Company's Data Network?
  • Figure 5.14: What Impact Has Ethernet Had on Your Company's Data Network?
  • Figure 5.15: How Will Your Data Services Spending Change Through 2016?
  • Figure 5.16: Financial - What Is Your Company's Approximate Annual Revenue?
  • Figure 5.17: Financial - How Long Have You Used Ethernet From a Network Operator?
  • Figure 5.18: Financial - How Will Your Use of Ethernet Change Through 2016?
  • Figure 5.19: Financial - What Are Ethernet's Main Strengths for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.20: Financial - What Are Ethernet's Biggest Drawbacks for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.21: Financial - What Impact Has Ethernet Had on Your Company's Data Network?
  • Figure 5.22: Education - How Long Have You Used Ethernet From a Network Operator?
  • Figure 5.23: Education - How Much of Your Data Traffic Is Carried Over Ethernet?
  • Figure 5.24: Education - How Will Your Use of Ethernet Change Through 2016?
  • Figure 5.25: Education - What Are Ethernet's Main Strengths for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.26: Education - What Are Ethernet's Biggest Drawbacks for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.27: Education - What Best Describes Bandwidth Usage in Your Company?
  • Figure 5.28: Education - How Would You Characterize Your Company's Data Network?
  • Figure 5.29: Education - What Impact Has Ethernet Had on Your Company's Data Network?
  • Figure 5.30: Education - How Will Your Data Services Spending Change Through 2016?
  • Figure 5.31: Manufacturing - What Is Your Company's Approximate Annual Revenue?
  • Figure 5.32: Manufacturing - What Best Describes Your Company's Geographic Scope?
  • Figure 5.33: Manufacturing - How Long Have You Used Ethernet From a Network Operator?
  • Figure 5.34: Manufacturing - How Much of Your Data Traffic Is Carried Over Ethernet?
  • Figure 5.35: Manufacturing - What Are Ethernet's Main Strengths for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.36: Manufacturing - What Are Ethernet's Biggest Drawbacks for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.37: Manufacturing - What Impact Has Ethernet Had on Your Company's Network?
  • Figure 5.38: Manufacturing - How Will Your Data Services Spending Change Through 2016?
  • Figure 5.39: Professional - What Is Your Company's Approximate Annual Revenue?
  • Figure 5.40: Professional - How Long Have You Used Ethernet From a Network Operator?
  • Figure 5.41: Professional - How Will Your Use of Ethernet Change Through 2016?
  • Figure 5.42: Professional - What Are Ethernet's Main Strengths for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.43: Professional - What Are Ethernet's Biggest Drawbacks for Your Company?
  • Figure 5.44: Professional - What Best Describes Bandwidth Usage in Your Company?
  • Figure 5.45: Professional - How Will Your Data Services Spending Change Through 2016?

LEADING CARRIER ETHERNET PROVIDERS INTERVIEWED (15)*

  • AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T)
  • CenturyLink Inc. (NYSE: CTL)
  • Charter Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: CHTR)
  • Cincinnati Bell Inc. (NYSE: CBB)
  • Cogent Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: CCOI)
  • Comcast Corp. (Nasdaq: CMCSA)
  • Cox Communications Inc.
  • Level 3 Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: LVLT)
  • Lightower Fiber Networks LLC
  • Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE: TWC)
  • tw telecom Inc. (Nasdaq: TWTC)
  • Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ)
  • Windstream Communications Corp. (Nasdaq: WIN)
  • XO Communications Inc. (OTC: XOHO)
  • Zayo Group LLC
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