構内配線の世界市場 (製品別・ワイヤーのカテゴリー別・用途別・エンドユース別)：産業分析と成長予測 (2030年まで)
Structured Cabling Market Research Report: By Product, Wire Category, Application, End Use - Global Industry Analysis and Growth Forecast to 2030
|構内配線の世界市場 (製品別・ワイヤーのカテゴリー別・用途別・エンドユース別)：産業分析と成長予測 (2030年まで)|
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世界の構内配線の市場規模は、2019年には74億米ドル、2030年には96億米ドルと、3.9%のCAGRで成長すると予測されています。市場の主な促進要因として、IPビデオ会議やVoIPなどの普及に伴う高帯域幅のニーズの拡大や、効果的なケーブル管理の必要性などが挙げられます。製品別では銅線の需要が、ワイヤーのカテゴリー別ではカテゴリー6のワイヤーが、今後大きく増加する見通しです。地域別では、アジア太平洋諸国 (インド、韓国、日本、中国など) での急速な市場成長が期待されています。
Structured Cabling Market Research Report: By Product (Copper Cable, Fiber Cable, Copper Components, Fiber Components), Wire Category (Category 6, Category 5e, Category 6A, Category 7), Application (LAN, Data Center), End Use (Telecommunication, Commercial, Government, Industrial) - Global Industry Analysis and Growth Forecast to 2030.
One of the biggest factors responsible for the surging requirement for structured cabling is the rising need for high bandwidth all over the world. The soaring penetration of the internet has pushed up the demand for smooth online operations among businesses, which is only possible if high bandwidth is available. Moreover, businesses are rapidly upgrading their IT facilities and infrastructure for running various bandwidth-intensive applications such as IP-based video conferencing, digital video and audio, and voice over IP (VoIP).
The other major factor fueling the demand for structured cabling is the burgeoning requirement for effective cabling management in the telecom industry. This is because the adoption of structured cabling makes the overall cabling management process easy and eliminates the requirement for a large pool of workers in the telecom industry. This type of cabling system reduces the expenses and saves the time of businesses such as government agencies and data centers.
Additionally, structured cabling is increasingly being adopted in multiple industries as it offers a standardized and much more organized approach for cabling management in comparison to the patch cords. As a result, the global structured cabling market is predicted to flourish in the coming years. The revenue of the market is predicted to rise from $7.4 billion to $9.6 billion from 2019 to 2030. Further, the market will progress at a CAGR of 3.9% between 2020 and 2030.
Depending on product, the structured cabling market is categorized into copper components, fiber components, fiber cable, and copper cable. Amongst these, the copper cable division recorded the highest growth in the market during the last few years, because of the lower costs of these cables in comparison to the fiber cables. In the future years, the sales of copper cables will rise enormously in the emerging economies, which will, in turn, cause the growth of this category in the market.
There are various types of wires used in structured cabling systems namely category 7, category 6A, category 6, and category 5e wires. Out of these, the usage of the category 6 wires was found to be the highest in the years gone by, on account of the fact that these wires are highly compatible with the systems using category 5 cables. Moreover, these wires offer higher data transfer speeds and lower crosstalk than the other wires.
The other important factor augmenting the requirement for these cables is the fact that these wires offer better shielding and reduces signal interference and noise to a much higher degree than the other cables. Due to these reasons, the demand for these wires will be very high in the future as well. Geographically, the structured cabling market will exhibit huge expansion in Asia-Pacific (APAC) in the near future, as per the forecast of the market research company, P&S Intelligence.
The main factors fueling the advancement of the market in this region are the rising requirement for high internet network speeds and the rapid development of data centers in the regional countries. Moreover, the setting up of several IT parks and hubs in the APAC countries such as India, South Korea, Japan, and China is increasing the data consumption levels, which is, in turn, pushing up the requirement for high bandwidth in the region.
Thus, it can be said with full confidence that the demand for structured cabling will soar in the coming years, primarily because of the growing requirement for high network speeds and bandwidth, on account of the growing consumption of data and operation of various bandwidth-intensive applications by businesses around the world.