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Worldwide Internet Equipment Market Opportunities, Market Strategies and Market Forecasts, 2003-2008

  • ID: 34164
  • January 2003
  • Region: Global
  • 315 Pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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The markets for Internet equipment depend on build-out of converged voice and data networks.High-speed access and security are added to traditional demand for five nines 99.999% of reliability.Data networks have traditionally provided only four nines of reliability.Blade servers change that network constraint, by offering inexpensive, reliable hardware. IP telephony promises to replace local and long distance circuit switching by 2010.Telecommunications revenue still represents 90% of the communications revenue in 2003.Traffic is however moving toward 90% data traffic. The reliable circuit switched telecommunications network is of value.It will not go away.The Internet needs the 5 nines of reliability offered by the telecommunications backbone.Existing equipment and backbones will evolve into the cloud architecture, supporting packet transmission of voice and data. Worldwide Internet telecommunications equipment markets at $25.2 billion in 2002 are expected to reach $67.9 billion by 2008. The following key topics are covered in this report: - Large-Scale Internetworking, - Value-Added Resellers And Distributors, - Internet Equipment Market Driving Forces - Any-To-Any Networking, - Mission-Critical Information Systems, - Internet Telecommunications Global Reach, - Cable Delivery Of Internet Services Following is a list of the companies profiled in this report: - 3Com Corporation - 3M - Avici - Cisco - Enterasys - Extreme Networks - Foundry Networks - Juniper - Linksys - Nortel Networks - NEC - Riverstone Networks This report consists of over 315 pages and includes over 100 tables and figures.

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INTERNET EQUIPMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
ES-1Summary Internet Equipment Market Forecasts
ES-1IP Architecture
ES-3Summary Internet Equipment Market Shares
ES-5Routers
ES-9Router Market Shares

ES-91. INTERNET EQUIPMENT MARKET DYNAMICS
1-11.1 Large-Scale Internetworking
1-11.2 Market Convergence
1-21.3 Networking Solutions
1-21.4 Customers And Markets
1-31.4.1 Service Providers
1-41.4.2 Enterprise
1-41.4.3 Small And Medium Business
1-41.4.4 User Definitions
1-41.5 Telecommunications Carriers
1-51.6 Internet Service Providers
1-71.7 Value-Added Resellers And Distributors
1-71.8 Networking Solutions
1-81.9 Changing Market Structure
1-81.10 Structure Of The Business
1-101.11 Internetworking Products
1-111.12 Any-To-Any Networking
1-121.13 Intranet Services
1-121.14 Mission-Critical Information Systems
1-131.14.1 Role Of Mission Critical Middleware Messaging
1-141.14.2 Messaging Solutions
1-141.14.3 Mission-Critical Functionality
1-151.15 Messaging Software
1-171.15.1 Linking Internal Operations
1-171.15.2 Distributing Information
1-191.15.3 Support For Distributed Computing
1-201.15.4 Growth Of Organization-Wide Networks
1-211.15.5 Network Computing
1-231.15.6 Network Utilization
1-241.15.7 Moving Transactions
1-251.15.8 Interconnecting E-Mail Systems
1-251.16 Internet Telecommunications Global Reach
1-251.16.1 Long Distance Company Participation In Internet Markets
1-271.17 Routing And Bridging
1-281.18 Access
1-281.19 Cable Delivery Of Internet Services
1-301.19.1 At The Headend
1-301.20 Internet Technology Development

1-322. INTERNET EQUIPMENT MARKET FORECASTS
2-12.1 Internet Evolution
2-12.2 Internet Commerce
2-22.3 Network Integration
2-32.3.1 Driving Down Network Costs
2-42.4 Impact Of Internet
2-52.5 Service Provider Customer Demands
2-92.6 Internet Equipment Market Driving Forces
2-112.7 Market Segments
2-122.8 Summary Internet Equipment Market Shares
2-182.9 Summary Internet Equipment Market Forecasts
2-212.10 Routers
2-242.10.1 Router Market Shares
2-242.10.2 High End Router Market Shares
2-262.10.3 Mid Range Router Market Shares
2-292.10.4 Low End Router Market Shares
2-312.10.5 SOHO Router Market Shares
2-332.10.6 Service Provider and Enterprise Router Market Forecasts
2-352.10.7 High End, Mid Range, and Low End Router Market Forecasts
2-382.10.8 SOHO Router Market Forecasts
2-392.10.9 Router Unit Shipments Analysis
2-402.11 Data Switches
2-422.11.1 Layer 2 and Layer 3 Data Switch Market Shares
2-432.11.2 Layer 4-7 Application Switches Market Shares
2-472.11.3 10 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Market Shares
2-492.11.4 Data Switch Market Forecasts
2-502.12 Network Analysis

2-573. INTERNET EQUIPMENT PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3-13.1 Routers
3-13.1.1 Cisco Router Product Offerings
3-13.2 Juniper
3-183.2.1 Juniper ERX Modules
3-203.2.2 Juniper ERX System Modular Carrier-Class Design
3-213.2.3 Juniper Channelized E1 and T1 Modules
3-223.2.4 Juniper Channelized OC3/STM-1 and OC12/STM-4 Modules
3-233.2.5 Juniper Channelized T3 Modules
3-253.2.6 Juniper Networks T -Series Routing
3-263.2.7 Juniper Ethernet Modules
3-283.2.8 Juniper HSSI Module
3-293.2.9 Avici
3-303.2.10 Avici Switch Fabric
3-303.2.11 Avici ASIC-based Packet Routing Technology
3-313.2.12 Ericsson Routing
3-323.2.13 Nortel Networks Backbone Node
3-333.3 Switching
3-343.3.1 Cisco Switching
3-343.3.2 High-Performance Application And Services Infrastructure
3-353.3.3 Extreme Networks Hardware And Software Products
3-363.3.4 Extreme Networks BlackDiamond Core Switching Platform
3-403.3.5 BlackDiamond 6800 Series
3-423.3.6 Extreme Networks Summit Stackable Products
3-433.3.7 Extreme Networks Applications Servers
3-443.3.8 Extreme Networks Multi-Tenant Market Positioning
3-463.3.9 Extreme Networks Alpine 3800 Series
3-463.3.10 Foundry Networks End-To-End Suite
3-473.3.11 Foundry Networks Comprehensive Line
3-503.3.12 FastIron Enterprise Switches
3-513.3.13 EdgeIron Layer 2 Switches
3-513.3.14 NetIron Metro Routers
3-523.3.15 BigIron Layer 3 Backbone Switches
3-533.3.16 ServerIron Layer 4-7 Traffic Management Switches
3-553.3.17 IronView Network Manager
3-553.4 Layer Three Switching
3-563.4.1 Extreme Networks
3-563.4.2 Extreme Networks Layer 3 Switching Solution
3-583.5 ATM / IP Switching
3-613.5.1 Cisco ATM
3-613.5.2 Cisco IP + ATM Switches
3-613.5.3 Juniper OC-3/STM-1 and OC-12/STM-4 ATM Modules
3-653.5.4 Juniper Unchannelized Modules
3-653.5.5 Ericsson ATM
3-663.6 Internet Access
3-663.6.1 Broadband Access
3-673.7 Juniper Tunnel Service Line Module
3-683.8 Operating Systems Software
3-693.8.1 Cisco IOS
3-693.8.2 Juniper Junos Internet Software
3-703.8.3 Juniper Internet Optimized Architecture
3-713.8.4 ExtremeWare Software
3-723.8.5 Avici Carrier System Control Software
3-723.8.6 Avici Composite Links
3-733.9 SOHO Routing
3-743.9.1 Linksys
3-743.10 Management Technologies
3-763.10.1 Aprisma Management Technologies
3-763.10.2 Cisco Automatic Routing Management
3-773.10.3 Juniper ERX and Performance Manager
3-773.10.4 Juniper ERX and Fault Manager
3-783.10.5 Juniper Service Deployment System

3-784. INTERNET EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY
4-14.1 Packet Switching Technologies
4-14.2 Router Product Architecture
4-14.2.1 Routing Engine
4-24.2.2 Packet Forwarding Engine
4-24.2.3 Traffic Engineering And Control
4-44.2.4 Modular Designs
4-54.2.5 Distributed Architecture Technology On A Router-Based Platform
4-54.2.6 Router Partitioning
4-64.2.7 Forklift Router Upgrades
4-74.3 Local Area Network (LAN) Network Solutions
4-74.3.1 1 and 10 Gigabit Ethernet
4-84.3.2 Layer 2 Network Device Switches
4-84.3.3 Layer 3 Switching
4-84.3.4 Next Generation Solutions
4-94.4 Carrier Requirements For Flexible Router Architecture
4-114.4.1 Carrier-Class Reliability
4-124.4.2 Increased Service Velocity
4-124.4.3 Quality of Service (QoS)
4-124.4.4 IP Quality of Service
4-134.4.5 High Performance
4-174.4.6 Interoperability
4-184.5 ATM And MPLS Reduce Need For Large Numbers Of Routers
4-184.5.1 IP / Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS)
4-194.5.2 MPLS Impact On Capacity In Core Networks
4-194.5.3 MPLS Features
4-224.6 VPN Modules
4-234.6.1 IP-Based VPN Benefits
4-244.7 SLA Modules
4-254.8 ASICs
4-264.8.1 Switch Software
4-274.9 Cisco Strategies And Technology
4-274.9.1 Optical Multiservice Edge and Transport
4-284.9.2 Cisco Carrier Systems Group
4-284.9.3 Cisco Technology Issues
4-304.9.4 Cisco Ecosystem
4-304.9.5 Cisco Programs
4-314.9.6 Cisco AVVID
4-324.9.7 IOS Software
4-324.9.8 Network-Wide Resilience
4-354.9.9 Zero Packet Loss
4-354.9.10 Globally Resilient IP
4-354.9.11 IP Telephony
4-374.9.12 Long-Reach Ethernet
4-374.9.13 Long-Reach Ethernet Solutions
4-384.9.14 Quicker Internet Access
4-394.9.15 Last-Mile Metropolitan-Area Network Applications
4-394.9.16 Secure LAN Access At LAN Speeds
4-404.9.17 Multimedia, Entertainment, And Gaming
4-404.9.18 Low-Cost Office Productivity Applications
4-404.10 Cisco End-To-End Solutions
4-404.10.1 Cisco Unify Channel Initiative

4-415. INTERNET EQUIPMENT COMPANY PROFILES
5-15.1 3Com Corporation
5-15.1.1 Business Networks Company
5-25.1.2 3Com Revenue
5-45.1.3 3Com Sales By Segment:
5-45.2 3M
5-55.2.1 3M Communications Market
5-65.3 Avici
5-75.3.1 Avici Customers
5-85.3.2 Avici Revenue
5-95.3.3 Avici Restructuring Programs
5-125.4 Cisco
5-135.4.1 Cisco Strategy
5-135.4.2 Cisco Systems
5-135.4.3 Cisco Net Sales / Revenue
5-145.4.4 Stock Repurchase Program Expanded
5-195.4.5 Enterprise
5-205.4.6 Service Provider
5-205.4.7 Commercial
5-225.4.8 Cisco Routers
5-245.4.9 Cisco Switches
5-255.4.10 Cisco Access
5-255.4.11 Cisco Service Provider Packet Switching And Routing
5-265.4.12 Cisco IOS Software
5-275.4.13 Cisco Softswitch
5-285.4.14 Cisco Systems / Vida Networks
5-285.4.15 Cisco Chinese Market Presence
5-295.5 Enterasys
5-295.5.1 Enterasys Customers
5-295.5.2 Enterasys Networks Restructuring
5-305.5.3 Enterasys Networks Philosophy
5-315.5.4 Enterasys Networks Multi-layer Switching
5-315.5.5 Enterasys Networks High-End Switch Routing
5-315.5.6 Enterasys Networks Intrusion Detection Systems
5-325.5.7 Enterasys Technology
5-325.5.8 Enterasys Networks Revenue
5-325.5.9 Cabletron Systems 2001 Revenue
5-335.5.10 Enterasys Customers
5-345.5.11 Enterasys Revenue Recognition Practices
5-355.6 Extreme Networks
5-355.6.1 Ethernet Everywhere Initiative
5-365.6.2 Extreme Networks Revenue
5-375.6.3 Extreme Networks Revenue
5-395.7 Foundry Networks
5-395.7.1 Foundry Networks Revenue
5-405.7.2 Foundry Products
5-425.7.3 Foundry Networks Customers
5-435.8 Juniper
5-435.8.1 Juniper Customers
5-445.8.2 Juniper Acquisition of Unisphere Networks
5-445.8.3 Juniper Networks Revenue
5-455.8.4 Juniper Networks Revenue
5-465.9 Linksys
5-485.9.1 Linksys Broadband and Wireless Networking
5-495.10 Nortel Networks
5-515.10.1 Strategies
5-515.10.2 Lines Of Business
5-515.10.3 Nortel Enterprise Solutions
5-525.10.4 Nortel Networks Realignment Plan
5-535.10.5 Nortel Reorganization
5-545.10.6 Nortel Networks Optical Networks
5-545.10.7 Nortel Networks Customers
5-555.10.8 Nortel Networks Open Optical Dense-Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) System
5-585.10.9 IP-Ready Open Optical Interfaces
5-585.10.10 Nortel Networks Optical Packet Network Solution
5-595.10.11 IP Data Services
5-615.10.12 Sonet/SDH
5-615.10.13 Optical IP Network Backbones
5-625.10.14 Acquisitions
5-625.10.15 Focus On Solutions
5-625.10.16 Nortel Revenues
5-635.10.17 Nortel Networks Second Quarter of 2002 Revenue
5-655.10.18 Nortel Networks Third Quarter 2002
5-665.10.19 Motorola / Nortel In Wireless Merger Talks
5-675.10.20 Nortel Networks / Sprint
5-685.10.21 Nortel Networks / Cingular
5-695.11 NEC
5-695.11.1 NEC Handsets
5-715.11.2 NEC Handset Customers
5-725.11.3 NEC Third Quarter Revenue Of The Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 2002
5-725.11.4 NEC Networks
5-735.11.5 NEC Solutions (America)
5-805.12 Riverstone Networks 5-80

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