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Global Home Networking and Broadband CPE Outlooks Through 2012 Product Image

Global Home Networking and Broadband CPE Outlooks Through 2012

  • ID: 649511
  • August 2008
  • Region: Global
  • 77 Pages
  • In-Stat/MDR

In 2007, 149 million worldwide broadband customer premises equipment (CPE) units (broadband modems, routers, and residential gateways) shipped, resulting in an increase of 15% over 2006. The global installed base of home networks will surpass 200 million by the end of 2008, driven significantly by Asia/Pacific.

This report contains analysis of worldwide equipment shipments, home networks, and international and domestic consumer survey data, as well as detailed forecasting. We examine key worldwide CPE markets for broadband modems, routers, and residential gateways for DSL, cable, Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH), Fixed Wireless Broadband, and Fixed Satellite Broadband. VoIP forecasts are included for DSL, cable, and router equipment. Wired vs. wireless segmentations are included for DSL residential gateways and routers.

Unit and revenue global forecasts are included for home network-equipped devices. Home network-equipped devices are segmented by units and revenue for total NICs/LOM, aggregators, and media networked devices.

Forecasts by region are provided for installed home networks. Each region is broken down by general LAN technology category, with extra segmentations provided for North America. In addition, global home network interfaces by physical layer are also included, since the majority of network-enabled devices have both wired and wireless connectivity options.

Executive Summary

Overview
- Merged Digital Home Vision
- Networked Media Devices Contributing to Expansion of Home Network Nodes
- Level of PC Penetration in Networked Homes vs. Non-Networked Homes: US, UK, Germany, France, Japan, and Korea
- Use of Home Network for More than Sharing Internet Access on the Rise with Broadband Users
- Number of Devices Consistently Connected
- Use of Network Print Servers
- Network Storage: Alone vs. Using Router/Gateway
- Types of Devices Connected
- Regular Uses of Home Network
- Home Network Uses of Interest

Customer Premises Equipment: Broadband Modems, Routers, and Residential Gateways

Broadband Modems and Optical Network Terminals (ONTs)
- Residential Gateways
- Routers
-- SOHO/Home Routers by Region
- Routers and DSL Gateways: Wired Only vs. Wireless/Wired
- Cable CPE
-- Cable CPE by Region: Modems vs. Gateways
- DSL CPE: Modems and Gateways
-- DSL CPE by Region: Modems vs. Gateways
- FTTH CPE: ONTs and Gateways
-- FTTH CPE by Region: ONTs vs. Gateways
- Fixed Wireless Broadband CPE
-- Fixed Wireless Broadband CPE by Region: Modems vs. Gateways
- Fixed Satellite Broadband CPE
-- Fixed Satellite Broadband CPE by Region: Modems vs. Gateways
- Total Worldwide Broadband CPE

Home LAN Connectivity Overview
- Wireless LAN
-- Dominating 802.11 Technologies in the Home
-- 802.11n Features

Competing Alternative Wire Technologies
- Deployment Flexibility and Cost
- MoCA
- HomePNA
- Powerline Protocols Over Electrical Lines and Coax
- International Telecommunication Union
- ITU-T G.hn
-- HomeGrid Forum



Consumer Insights on Home Networking
- Home Network Penetration and Type of Equipment Used in North America
- Home Network Penetration and Type of Equipment Used in Japan, Korea, Germany, France & the UK
- Where Consumers are Purchasing/Obtaining Home Network Equipment
- Ratings and Rankings of Features for Next CPE Purchase Decision
- Consumers Considering Upgrades to Their Home Network Equipment
- Types of Wi-Fi and Ethernet Home Network Connectivity Consumers are Using in North America
- Types of Wi-Fi and Ethernet Home Network Connectivity Consumers are Using Internationally
- Types of Wi-Fi and Ethernet Home Network Users are Considering for an Upgrade
- Familiarity of Benefits and Differences Between 802.11n and 802.11g
- Importance of Next Purchase Having 802.11 Compatibility, 802.11n Users
- Consumers’ Experiences with 802.11g Speed and Bandwidth
- Importance of Next Purchase 802.11n Compatibility, 802.11g Users
- Plans of 802.11g Users to Upgrade to 802.11n in North America
- Familiarity With Alternative Wire Networking Technologies
- Types of Alternative Wire Networking Technologies in Use
- Type of Alternative Wire Technologies Home Network Users are Considering for an Upgrade
- How Many Home Network Users are Accessing Their Network Remotely

Home Networking Market Forecasts
- Global Installed Home Networks by Region
- Global Installed Home Networks by Technology
- Worldwide Home Network-Equipped Device Shipments
- Worldwide Home Network-Equipped Device Revenue
- Home Network Interfaces by Physical Layer

Methodology

Related Reports

List of Tables

Table 1. Average Number of PCs per Networked Home vs. Non-Networked Home in the US, UK, Germany, France, Japan, and Korea, with Ratio of PCs to People per Household

Table 2. Number of Devices Consistently Connected to Home Network in North America

Table 3. Types of Devices Connected to Home Networks in North America and US

Table 4. Regular Uses of Home Networks in North America

Table 5. Home Network Uses of Interest in North America

Table 6. Worldwide Broadband Modem/ONT Annual Shipment Forecast by Access Technology (Units in Thousands)

Table 7. Worldwide Residential Gateway Annual Shipment Forecast by Access Technology (Units in Thousands)

Table 8. Worldwide SOHO/Home Router Annual Shipment Forecast With % VoIP (Units in Thousands, ASP in US$, US$ in Millions, % VoIP)

Table 9. SOHO/Home Router Annual Shipment Forecast by Region (Units in Thousands)

Table 10. Worldwide Routers & Gateways: Wired Only vs. Wireless/Wired (Units in Thousands)

Table 11. Worldwide Cable CPE Annual Shipment Forecast: Modems, Gateways, and E-MTAs (Units in Thousands)

Table 12. Worldwide Cable CPE E-MTAs Forecast by Region (%)

Table 13. Cable CPE Annual Shipment Forecast by Region: Modems vs. Gateways (Units in Thousands)

Table 14. Worldwide DSL CPE Annual Shipment Forecast: Modems, Gateways, and VoIP (Units in Thousands)

Table 15. DSL CPE Annual Shipment Forecast by Region: Modems vs. Gateways (Units in Thousands)

Table 16. Worldwide FTTH CPE Annual Shipment Forecast: ONTs vs. Gateways (Units in Thousands)

Table 17. FTTH CPE Annual Shipment Forecast by Region: Modems vs. Gateways (Units in Thousands)

Table 18. Worldwide Fixed Wireless Broadband CPE Annual Shipment Forecast: Modems vs. Gateways (Units in Thousands)

Table 19. Fixed Wireless Broadband CPE Annual Shipment Forecast by Region: Modems vs. Gateways (Units in Thousands)

Table 20. Fixed Satellite Broadband CPE Annual Shipment Forecast: Modems vs. Gateways (Units in Thousands)

Table 21. Fixed Satellite Broadband CPE Annual Shipment Forecast by Region: Modems vs. Gateways (Units in Thousands)

Table 22. Worldwide Broadband CPE Annual Shipment Forecast (Units in Thousands)

Table 23. Worldwide Broadband CPE Revenue Forecast (US$ in Millions)

Table 24. NA BB Users in North America and US: Home Network Use and Type of Equipment

Table 25. Penetration of Home Networks with BB Users in the UK, Germany, France, Japan, and Korea, with Type of Home Network Equipment used
- Table 26. NA BB Users in North America: Wired-Only vs. Wireless Router or Residential Gateway
- Table 27. BB Home Network Users in North America, UK, Germany, France, Japan, and Korea: How Many Have Added an External Wireless Access Point to a Wired Router or Residential Gateway
- Table 28. Where Consumers are Purchasing/Obtaining Routers & Residential Gateways in North America
- Table 29. Importance Ratings of Home Network CPE Features When Consumers Make Their Next Purchase in North America
- Table 30. Rankings for Home Network CPE Features in North America: Extremely Important vs. Very/Extremely Important vs. Somewhat/Very/Extremely Important
- Table 31. How Many Home Network Users are Considering Upgrading Their Home Network Equipment in North America
- Table 32. Wi-Fi and Ethernet Technologies in Use: NA Broadband Survey
- Table 33. Wi-Fi and Ethernet Technologies in Use: US Survey
- Table 34. Wi-Fi and Ethernet Technologies in Use: Broadband Users in Japan, Korea, Germany, France, and the UK
- Table 35. Wi-Fi and Ethernet Technologies Under Consideration by Consumers for Upgrades in North America
- Table 36. Familiarity of Benefits and Differences Between 802.11n and 802.11g for Wi-Fi Users in North America
- Table 37. Importance of Next Purchase Having 802.11n Compatibility for Current 802.11n Users in North America
- Table 38. Number of 802.11-Compatible Devices in Household for Current 802.11n Users in North America
- Table 39. How Often Consumers Experience Negative Speed or Bandwidth with 802.11g Devices in North America
- Table 40. Importance of Next Purchase 802.11n Compatibility for 802.11g Users in North America
- Table 41. Plans of 802.11g Users to Upgrade to 802.11n in North America
- Table 42. Familiarity of Alternative Wire Home Networking Technologies in North America
- Table 43. Type of Alternative Networking Technologies in Use by Current Home Network Users in North America
- Table 44. Types of Alternative Wire Adapters Under Consideration for Upgrading in North America
- Table 45. Penetration of Home Network Remote Access in North America
- Table 46. Worldwide Home Networking Installed Base by Region (Units in Thousands)
- Table 47. Worldwide Installed PC-Based Home Networks by Technology: Wireless, Ethernet, and Other (Units in Thousands)
- Table 48. North American Installed PC-Based Home Networks by Technology: Wireless, Ethernet, and Other (Units in Thousands)
- Table 49. European Installed PC-Based Home Networks by Technology: Wireless, Ethernet, and Other (Units in Thousands)
- Table 50. Asia/Pacific Installed PC-Based Home Networks by Technology: Wireless, Ethernet, and Other (Units in Thousands)
- Table 51. ROW Installed PC-Based Home Networks by Technology: Wireless, Ethernet, and Other (Units in Thousands)
- Table 52. North American Installed PC-Based Home Networks by Technology With Gigabit Ethernet and Wi-Fi Standards (Units in Thousands)
- Table 53. Worldwide Home Network-Equipped Device Shipments: PC, Aggregator, and Media Devices (Units in Thousands)
- Table 54. Worldwide Home Network-Equipped Device Revenue: PC, Aggregator, and Media Devices (US$ in Millions)
- Table 55. Worldwide Home LAN PHY Interface Shipments: Ethernet, WLAN, and Alternative Wire (Units in Thousands)

List of Figures
- Figure 1. Digital Home Vision
- Figure 2. Worldwide Broadband CPE Annual Shipment Forecast (Units in Thousands)
- Figure 3. Worldwide Broadband CPE Revenue Forecast (US$ in Millions)
- Figure 4. Multi-Play Integrated Connected Home Vision
- Figure 5. Worldwide Home Networking Installed Base by Region (Units in Thousands)
- Figure 6. Worldwide Installed PC-Based Home Networks by Technology: Wireless, Ethernet, and Other (Units in Thousands)
- Figure 7. Worldwide Home Network-Equipped Device Shipments: PC, Aggregator, and Media Devices (Units in Thousands)
- Figure 8. Worldwide Home Network-Equipped Device Revenue: PC, Aggregator, and Media Devices (US$ in Millions)
- Figure 9. Worldwide Home LAN PHY Interface Shipments: Ethernet, WLAN, and Alternative Wire (Units in Thousands)

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