Optical Modulators: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2018 to 2024

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  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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The Global Optical Modulator Market, at $2 Billion in 2017, is Expected to be $22.6 Billion in 2024

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AA
  • Conoptics
  • Gooch & Housego
  • IPG Photonics
  • Lightwave Logic
  • Newport
  • MORE

This 2018 study has 272 pages, 168 tables, and figures. The vendors in the optical modulator industry have invested in high-quality technology and processes to develop leading edge broadband network capability a being implemented in the mega data centers.

Two companies in the optical modulator industry jump out: Lumentum and Lightwave Logic. Lumentum is using optical modulators to implement Lidar for self-driving cars. This is the be all and end all technology to support automated auto navigation, to make the new electric cars operate in a manner that is credible and useful.

Lightwave Logic is positioned to bring PIC (Photonic Integrated Circuit) based technologies to market in various roles that include Solar, LED lighting, and Integrated Photonics for fiber communications. High speed polymer based integrated photonics is part of a polymer PIC platform at Lightwave Logic Inc. The molecular level design provides performance, stability and cost-efficiency. They have the potential to replace more expensive, lower-performance materials and devices used in fiber-optic ground, wireless and satellite communication networks.

That being said, virtually every company profiled is very interesting, well positioned in an explosively growing market. 400G optical transceivers market driving forces relate primarily to the implementation of networks within the mega data centers and the interconnects between the data centers. Self-driving cars, smart cities, telemedicine, and the Internet are market segments served by optical modulators.

According to Susan Eustis, leader of the team that prepared the research:

“Optical modulators bring efficiency and far lower prices to 100G and 400G data transport markets. HPC, high-performance computing, and mega data centers that implement broadband networks in cloud computing environments form the basis of the new industrial revolution. Video, Internet adoption, and tablets drive demand for broadband mega data centers. Markets are influenced by apps, augmented reality. IoT, the move to cloud computing and the adoption of smart phones by 9.5 billion people by 2020. Mega data centers that support online commerce, streaming video, social networking, and cloud services for every industry are expected to adopt 400G optical transceivers as a fundamental technology. Software as a Service (SaaS) is a primary offering that will leverage 400 G optical transceivers in the mega data center.”

The global optical modulator market at $2 billion in 2017 is expected to be $22.6 billion in 2024 driven by the availability and cost effectiveness of 100 Gbps, and 400 Gbps devices. Next generation optical modulator devices use less power, are less expensive and are smarter and smaller. The adoption of the widespread use of the 100 Gbps devices, followed by 400 Gbps devices and the vast increases in Internet traffic are core to helping manage change in the large mega data center and communications interconnect and automobile navigation and infrastructure markets.

Key Topics:

  • 100 Gigabit Ethernet
  • 3D sensing applications
  • 400 Gigabit Ethernet
  • Augmented Reality
  • Automotive
  • Broadband Optical Sector
  • Broadband Optical Sector Mobile
  • control and interconnect applications
  • Crosspoint Switch
  • Data rates 10 Gb/s
  • Data rates 100 Gb/s
  • Data rates 40 Gb/s
  • Data rates 400 Gb/s
  • DWDM
  • Energy
  • Fiber Channel
  • Fiber Transmission
  • Flexible Touch Displays
  • High-Bandwidth
  • Increase in data center traffic across networks
  • Increase in data center traffic inside each data center
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Internet Protocol Traffic
  • Mega Data Center Optimized Internet Protocol Traffic
  • Military/aerospace/scientific sensor
  • Mobile Backhaul
  • Network Construction
  • Network Core
  • Optical Components
  • Optical interconnect
  • Optical Modulator
  • Optical switch fabrics for communications and testing
  • Optimized optical transport infrastructure
  • OTN Standards
  • PON Standards
  • Self-driving cars
  • Spectral Efficiency
  • Telemedicine adoption

Report Methodology:

This is the 803rd report in a series of primary market research reports that provide forecasts in robots, communications, telecommunications, the Internet, computer, software, telephone equipment, health equipment, and energy. Automated process and significant growth potential are priorities in topic selection. The project leaders take direct responsibility for writing and preparing each report. They have significant experience in preparing industry studies. Forecasts are based on primary research and proprietary databases. This Optical Modulators study is based on tracking integration software and dynamic processing that provides significant insight into the technology of Optical Modulators. Experience implementing broadband networking and mobile systems for different technologies using the Optical Transceivers have been evaluated in many different contexts. Evaluation of the changes brought to the supply chain and transaction processing by the Internet are among factors that contribute to the development of triangulation regarding market forecasts for the sector.

The primary research is conducted by talking to customers, distributors, and companies. The survey data is not enough to make an accurate assessment of market size, so the publisher looks at the value of shipments and the average price to achieve market assessments. Our track record in achieving accuracy is unsurpassed in the industry. The researchers are known for being able to develop accurate market shares and projections.

The analyst process is concentrated on getting good market numbers. This process involves looking at the markets from several different perspectives, including vendor shipments. The interview process is an essential aspect as well. We do have a lot of granular analysis of the different shipments by vendor in the study and addenda prepared after the study was published if that is appropriate.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AA
  • Conoptics
  • Gooch & Housego
  • IPG Photonics
  • Lightwave Logic
  • Newport
  • MORE

1. Optical Modulator: Market Description and Market Dynamics
1.1 Laser Micro Processing
1.2 Business Strategies of the Optical Modulator Companies
1.2.1 Photonic Laser Devices
1.3 Carbon Dioxide ("CO2") Gas Lasers And Crystal Laser Technologies
1.4 Fiber Lasers
1.4.1 Choice of Wavelengths and Precise Control of Beam
1.4.2 Applications and Processes with Nonfiber Laser Technologies
1.5 Polymers
1.6 Photonic Device Product Development Capabilities
1.6.1 Increasing Bandwidth: Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft (GAFAM) in the US, Baidu, Alibaba. and Tencent (BAT) in China.
1.6.2 Data Communication Taking Place Within The Data Center
1.6.3 Intel, Acacia, and Luxtera
1.7 Molecular Level Engineering “Nanotechnology.”
1.7.1 Polymers

2. Optical Modulators Market Shares and Forecasts
2.1 Optical Modulators Market Driving Forces
2.1.1 Simple Crystal Modulator, Refractive Index Is Function Of Strength Of Local Electric Field
2.1.2 Optical Modulator Silicon and Polymer Photonics Markets
2.2 Optical Modulators Market Shares
2.3 Optical Modulators Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Optical Modulators Market Segment Applications
2.4 Optical Modulators Market Segment Forecasts
2.4.1 Optical Phase Modulator, Fiber Bragg Gratings, Polarization Modulators; Amplitude Modulators, Segments
2.4.2 Optical Modulator Mobile, Data Center, Touch Screens, Flexible Screens, Automotive, AR/VR, Energy and IoT Market Segments
2.4.3 Phase Modulators
2.4.4 Optical Acousto Modulators
2.4.5 Acousto-optic Modulator / Bragg Cell
2.4.6 Traffic Management
2.4.7 3D Printing Optical Modulators
2.4.8 Lasers In The Semiconductor Industry
2.4.9 Photonics
2.4.10 High Growth Industrial Technology Segments
2.4.11 Optical Modulator Imaging and Data Recorders
2.4.12 Polymer Role in PICs
2.4.13 Photonic Integrated Circuit Market Shares
2.5 Optical Modulator Prices
2.6 Optical Modulator Regional Analysis
2.6.1 US
2.6.2 Europe
2.6.3 Asia Pacific

3 Optical Modulators Product Description
3.1 Optical Modulator Controls A Beam Of Light
3.2 Lightwave Logic Electro-Optic Modulator Prototype Device Design and Development
3.2.1 Lightwave Logic Polymer Photonic Integrated Circuits (P2ICTM)
3.3 Gooch & Housego PLC
3.4 APE - Angewandte Physik & Elektronik GmbH
3.5 Thorlabs

4 Optical Modulators Research and Technology
4.1 All Polymer Flexible Electronic Circuit
4.2 Zinc Germanium Phosphide (ZGP)
4.3 Electro-Optic Modulators
4.4 Graphene Modulator Providing Compact, Energy Efficient Telecommunication

5. Optical Modulators Company Profiles
5.1 AA Opto-Electronic Company
5.1.1 AA World Leader In Acousto-Optic And Radio Frequency Devices
5.1.2 AA / QuantaTech
5.2 APE Angewandte Physik & Elektronik GmbH
5.2.1 APE Angewandte Physik & Elektronik GmbH Supports Ultrashortpulse (USP) Lasers
5.3 Axsun Technologies
5.3.1 Axsun Optical Coherence Tomography
5.3.2 Axsun Optical Coatings
5.3.3 Axsun MEMS Tunable Filter
5.3.4 Axsun Micro-Alignment Structures
5.3.5 Axsun Integrated Optical Engines
5.3.6 Axsun Frequency Swept Laser Source
5.4 Brimrose
5.5 Conoptics
5.6 Felles Photonic Instruments
5.6.1 Felles Photonic Instruments Spatially Variable Waveplates Embedded in Fused Silica Glass
5.7 Fujitsu
5.8 Gleam Optics
5.9 Gooch & Housego
5.9.1 Gooch & Housego Fiber-Coupled Acousto-Optic Modulators (FCAOM)
5.9.2 Gooch & Housego Applications Of Fiber-Coupled Acousto-Optic Modulators
5.9.3 Gooch & Housego Fiber-Q® Fiber Coupled Modulators (FCAOM)
5.9.4 Gooch & Housego June 2018 Revenue
5.10 Inrad Optics
5.10.1 Inrad Optics Revenues
5.10.2 Materials Expertise
5.11 Intel
5.11.1 Intel® Optical Transceiver Products
5.12 IPG Photonics
5.12.1 IPG Photonics Revenue
5.13 iXblue
5.13.1 Photline Mxer Modulators
5.13.2 iXfiber PM Gyro Fiber
5.13.3 Photline NIR Modulators
5.13.4 iXfiber Active Fibers
5.13.5 Photline NIR800 Modulators
5.13.6 Photline Modboxes
5.13.7 iXblue Solutions For Navigation, Positioning And Imaging
5.13.8 iXblue Partners
5.14 Jenoptik
5.14.1 Jenoptik Positioning and Revenue
5.15 Lightwave Logic
5.15.1 Lightwave Logic Molecular Level Design
5.15.2 Lightwave Logic Electro-optic Modulator Prototype Device Design and Development
5.15.3 Lightwave Logic Polymer Photonic Integrated Circuits (P2ICTM)
5.15.4 Lightwave Logic Business Opportunity
5.15.5 Lightwave Logic Ridge Waveguide Modulator 100 Gbps (using 4 channels of 25 Gbps)
5.15.6 Lightwave Logic Electro-Optic Modulators
5.15.7 Lightwave Logic Polymer Photonic Integrated Circuits (P2ICTM)
5.15.8 Lightwave Logic Business Strategy
5.15.9 Lightwave Logic Organic Polymer-Enabled Electro-Optic Modulators
5.16 Lumentum
5.16.1 Lumentum High-Performance, OIF-compliant Modulators Supporting Metro, Regional, And Long-Haul Networks
5.16.2 Lumentum White Boxes
5.16.3 Lumentum Pluggable Transceivers And Optical Components
5.16.4 Lumentum Broad Portfolio of 100G Optical Transceivers
5.16.5 Lumentum Purchased Oclaro
5.16.6 Lumentum High-Speed Optical Modulators
5.16.7 Lumentum Photonic Products Enabling Optical Networking And 201 Commercial Laser
5.16.8 Lumentum / Successor to JDSU
5.16.9 Lumentum Continuous Wave Single Frequency IR Laser
5.16.10 Lumentum NPRO 125/126 Diode-Pumped Laser Lidar Oscillator
5.16.11 Lumentum NPRO 125/126 Diode-Pumped Laser
5.17 MKS Instruments/ Newport
5.18 Qubig GmbH
5.19 Schäfter + Kirchhoff GmbH
5.20 Sumitomo
5.20.1 Optical Transceiver Modules That Support Large-Capacity/High-Speed Optical Communication
5.20.2 Sumitomo Optical devices
5.20.3 Wireless devices
5.20.4 Sumitomo RF Devices That Deliver Comprehensive Solutions For Wireless Systems
5.20.5 Sumitomo LN Modulators
5.21 ThorLabs
5.21.1 ThorLabs 20,000 Products
5.22 Viavi
5.22.1 Viavi Network Testing Solutions

6. Optical Modulator Regional Analysis
6.1 Optical Modulator Regional Analysis: Total Market
6.2 Optical Modulator Regional Analysis: Americas
6.3 Optical Modulator Regional Analysis: Europe
6.4 Optical Modulator Regional Analysis: China
6.5 Optical Modulator Regional Analysis: India
6.6 Optical Modulator Regional Analysis: Japan
6.7 Optical Modulator Regional Analysis: Southeast Asia
6.8 Optical Modulator Companies
6.9 Where to Buy Electro-optic Modulators
6.10 Related Product Categories
6.11 Scientific and Technical Information
6.12 Check List for Electro-optic Modulators

7. The Publisher
7.1 Research Methodology
7.2 Research Process
7.3 Research Study
7.4 Global Market Intelligence Company

List of Figures
Figure 1. Optical Modulator Market Driving Forces
Figure 2. Optical Modulator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 3. Optical Modulator Mobile, Data Center, Touch Screens, Flexible Screens, Automotive, AR/VR, Energy and IoT Market Segment Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012, 2017, 2024
Figure 4. Optical Modulator Technologies: Inp, Polymer, and GaAs, Segments, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 5. Laser Micro processing Paradigm Shift Mobile and Touch Screens
Figure 6. Laser Micro processing Paradigm Shift: Mobile, Touch Screens, and IoT
Figure 7. Laser Micro Processing Paradigm Shift: Mobile, IoT, Flexible Touch Displays, VR/AR, Energy, Automotive 44
Figure 8. PIC Major Companies Involved In The Photonic Integrated Circuit Industry
Figure 9. Advantages of Fiber Lasers
Figure 10. Photonic Device Product Development Functions: Response to Market Changes
Figure 11. Integrated Photonics in the Datacenter
Figure 12. Optical Modulator Market Driving Forces
Figure 13. Optical Modulator Network Applications
Figure 14. Crystals Change Modulation Of Light with Respect to:
Figure 15. Advantages LWLG Material Polymer Modulator Material Features
Figure 16. Principal Competitive Factors in Silicon and Polymer Photonics Target Markets:
Figure 17. Optical Modulator Key Advantages
Figure 18. Optical Modulators Key Applications
Figure 19. Optical Modulator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 20. Optical Modulator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 21. Optical Modulators Key Applications
Figure 22. Optical Modulator Competitor Market Description, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 23. Optical Module Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2018-2024
Figure 24. Optical Module Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars and Percent Growth, 2018-2024
Figure 25. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, 2012-2025
Figure 26. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Units and % Growth, 2012-2025
Figure 27. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Units and % Growth, Worldwide, 2012-2025
Figure 28. Optical Modulator Technologies: Inp, Polymer, and GaAs, Segments, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 29. Optical Modulator Mobile, Data Center, Touch Screens, Flexible Screens, Automotive, AR/VR, Energy and IoT Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012, 2017, 2024
Figure 30. Data Center Uses for Optical Modulators
Figure 31. Silicon Photonics Market Structure
Figure 32. Optical Modulators Market Segment Applications
Figure 33. Optical Modulators Market Segment Applications
Figure 34. Main SiPh Data / Telecom Applications
Figure 35. Silicon Photonics Landscape
Figure 36. Optical Modulator Types
Figure 37. Optical Modulator Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2024
Figure 38. Optical Phase Modulator, Fiber Bragg Gratings, Polarization 93 Modulators; Amplitude Modulators, Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 39. Optical Phase Modulators, Fiber Bragg Gratings, Polarization 94 Modulators; Amplitude Modulators, Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 40. Optical Modulator Mobile, Data Center, Touch Screens, Flexible Screens, Automotive, AR/VR, Energy and IoT Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 41. Optical Modulator Mobile, Data Center, Touch Screens, Flexible Screens, Automotive, AR/VR, Energy and IoT Market Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2018-2024
Figure 42. Optical Phase Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, 2012-2017
Figure 43. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % 99 Growth, Phase Modulators, 2017-2025
Figure 44. Optical Modulators By Type
Figure 45. Optical Modulators By Application
Figure 46. Acousto Optical Modulators for General manufacturing
Figure 47. Optical Modulator Acousto-optic Automotive Applications
Figure 48. Optical Modulator Acousto-optic Consumer Applications
Figure 49. Optical Modulator Acousto-optic Heavy industry Applications
Figure 50. Optical Modulator Acousto-optic Aerospace Applications
Figure 51. Optical Modulator Acousto-optic Semiconductor and Electronics Applications
Figure 52. Optical Modulator Acousto-optic Advanced Applications
Figure 53. Optical Modulator Acousto-optic Communications Applications
Figure 54. Optical Modulator Acousto-optic Medical Applications
Figure 55. Optical Modulator Raw Materials (Indium Phosphide (InP), Silica-on- Silicon, Silicon, Gallium Arsenide Technologies (GaAs) Units and Percent, Worldwide, 2017 - 2024
Figure 56. Acusto Optical Modulator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017
Figure 57. Photonics the Mastery of Light
Figure 58. Market Segment Growth, Semiconductor, Industrial Technologies, Life and Health Sciences, Research and Defense 112 Figure 59. Accelerating Volume and Velocity of Data
Figure 60. Applications for Data Storage and Sharing, Quantity of Data Managed
Figure 61. Optical Modulator Capital Investment Drivers
Figure 62. High Growth Industrial Technology Segments
Figure 63. Technologies Needed to Achieve Scaling Performance of Polymer Modulators
Figure 64. Photonic Integrated Circuit Markets
Figure 65. Optical Modulators Regional Market Segments, 2017
Figure 66. Optical Modulators Regional Market Segments, 2017
Figure 67. All Polymer Electronic Circuit
Figure 68. All Polymer Flexible Electronic Circuit
Figure 69. An Applied Voltage Is Increased By A Factor Of 100 Across The Electro- Optic Crystal
Figure 70. AA Opto-Electronic Company Acousto-optic devices covering wavelengths from 180 nm up to 11 µm
Figure 71. AA Opto-Electronic In-House Design Capabilities:
Figure 72. AA Opto-Electronic In-House Manufacturing Capabilities:
Figure 73. APE Areas of Application for Ultrafast Lasers
Figure 74. Brimrose Acousto-Optic Modulator (AOM)
Figure 75. Brimrose Free Space Acousto-Optic Modulator (AOM) Functions
Figure 76. Brimrose Acousto-Optic Modulator
Figure 77. Brimrose Acousto-Optic Modulator Applications
Figure 78. Brimrose Acousto-Optic Modulator (AOM) Key Features
Figure 79. Brimrose DIgital Applications
Figure 80. Brimrose Fiber-Coupled A-O Modulator
Figure 81. Conoptics Electro-Optic Modulators
Figure 82. Conoptics Crystal Types:
Figure 83. Conoptics ADP Crystal Series Wavelength Limits (240 to 800 nm)*
Figure 84. KD*P Crystal Series Wavelength Limits (240 to 1100nm)*
Figure 85. LTA Crystal Series Wavelength Limits (700 to 2000nm)
Figure 86. Conoptics Applications
Figure 87. Felles Photonic Instruments Workshop Photonics Key Competencies:
Figure 88. Felles Photonic Instruments Color Calibration Pattern Fabricated In Bulk Of Fused Silica Glass Using Femtosecond Laser
Figure 89. Spatially Variable Waveplate Examples (From Left To Right) SWaveplate, “Soft” Aperture, Fresnel Lens And Sinusoidal Phase Grating Shown In Cross Polarized Light
Figure 90. Fujitsu Optical Components Dual-Carrier Integrated Coherent Receiver (ICR)
Figure 91. Fujitsu Optical Components Modulators for 400-Gbps Applications.
Figure 92. Fujitsu 100G DP-QPSK Modulator
Figure 93. Gleam and Lightwave Logic, Inc (LWLG) Partnership Objectives
Figure 94. Gleam All Polymer Flexible Photonic Circuit
Figure 95. Gooch & Housego Fiber-Q® Fiber Coupled Modulators (FCAOM)
Figure 96. Gooch & Housego Fiber-Coupled Acousto-Optic Modulator (FCAOM) Features
Figure 97. Gooch & Housego Fiber-Q® Modulator Features 165
Figure 98. Gooch & Housego Applications Of Fiber-Coupled Acousto-Optic Modulators
Figure 99. Intel Optical Modulator Functions 171
Figure 100. Intel® Optical Modulators Integration Functions
Figure 101. IPG Photonics Revenue First Quarter 2018
Figure 102. IPG Photonics Sales Among Principal Markets:
Figure 103. IPG Photonics Regional Sales
Figure 104. iXblue Intensity Modulators
Figure 105. iXblue Modulators
Figure 106. iXblue Phontonics Lab
Figure 107. Photline MXER Modulators Used In Pipeline Monitoring
Figure 108. iXfiber PM Gyro Fiber
Figure 109. Photline NIR Modulators
Figure 110. iXfiber Active Fibers
Figure 111. iXblue Partners
Figure 112. Jenoptik Applications and Revenue
Figure 113. Jenoptik Applications
Figure 114. Jenoptik Positioning
Figure 115. Jenoptik Photonics Components
Figure 116. Lightwave Logic Business Strategy
Figure 117. Lumentum High-Performance, OIF-compliant Modulators Supporting Metro, Regional, And Long-Haul Networks
Figure 118. Lumentum Optical Communications Component Types
Figure 119. Lumentum Broad Portfolio
Figure 120. JDSU APE Phase Modulators
Figure 121. Lumentum / JDSU Phase Modulators Applications
Figure 122. JDSU APE Phase Modulators Key Features
Figure 123. JDSU APE Phase Modulators Applications
Figure 124. Lumentum Continuous Wave Single Frequency IR Laser
Figure 125. Lumentum NPRO 125/126 diode-pumped lasers Features
Figure 126. Lumentum NPRO 125/126 Diode-Pumped Laser Applications
Figure 127. Lumentum NPRO 125/126 Diode-Pumped Laser Lidar Oscillator Applications
Figure 128. Lumentum NPRO 125/126 Diode-Pumped Laser
Figure 129. Newport New Focus™ Electro-Optic Amplitude Modulators
Figure 130. Electro-Optic Phase Modulator
Figure 131. Newport High Damage Threshold Electro-Optic Phase Modulators
Figure 132. Qubig GmbH Electro-Optic Modulators
Figure 133. Qubig GmbH Electro-optic Modulators Key Features
Figure 134. Qubig GmbH Electro-optic Modulators
Figure 135. Qubig GmbH Electro-optic Modulators Applications
Figure 136. Qubig GmbH Product Matrix
Figure 137. Qubig GmbH Customer References
Figure 138. Qubig Selected Modulators Offered
Figure 139. Qubig Alkali Repumper Frequencies for Spectroscopy and Laser Cooling of neutral Atoms
Figure 140. Qubig GmbH Distribution Partner for China
Figure 141. Qubig GmbH Distribution Partner for Israel
Figure 142. Schäfter+Kirchhoff Products
Figure 143. Fiber Optics
Figure 144. Schäfter+Kirchhoff’EOM Electro-Optical Modulators
Figure 145. AOTF acousto-optical tunable filters
Figure 146. Sumitomo Business Segments
Figure 147. Sumitomo SOC LN Modulators Optoelectronics
Figure 148. Sumitomo SOC LN Modulators For Optical Communication Systems
Figure 149. Sumitomo LN Modulators
Figure 150. Thorlabs Electro-Optic Modulators
Figure 151. Thorlabs Electro-Optic Modulator Models
Figure 152. ThorLabs Liquid Crystal EO Modulators/Noise Eaters
Figure 153. ThorLabs Electro-Optic Modulators 20 GHz Analog Intensity Modulator
Figure 154. ThorLabs 40 GB/s Lithium Niobate Modulators
Figure 155. Viavi Network Testing Solutions
Figure 156. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, 2012-2025
Figure 157. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, Americas, 2012-2017
Figure 158. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, Americas, 2017-2025
Figure 159. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, Europe, 2012-2017
Figure 160. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, Europe, 2017-2025
Figure 161. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, China, 2012-2017 258
Figure 162. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, China, 2017-20
Figure 163. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, India, 2012-2017
Figure 164. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, India, 2017-2025
Figure 165. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, Japan, 2012-2017
Figure 166. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, Japan, 2017-2025
Figure 167. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, SouthEast Asia, 2012-2017
Figure 168. Optical Modulator, Market and Market Forecast, Dollars and % Growth, Southeast Asia, 2017-2025

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  •  AA
  • APE Angewandte Physik & Elektronik GmbH
  • Axsun Technologies
  • Brimrose
  • Conoptics
  • Felles Photonic Instruments
  • Fujitsu
  • Gleam Optics
  • Gooch & Housego
  • Inrad Optics
  • Intel
  • IPG Photonics
  • iXblue
  • Jenoptik
  • Lightwave Logic
  • Lumentum
  • MKS Instruments
  • Newport
  • QuantaTech
  • Qubig GmbH
  • Schäfter + Kirchhoff GmbH
  • Sumitomo
  • ThorLabs
  • Viavi
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