According to the new market research report “G.Fast Chipset Market by Deployment Type (DPU and CPE), End User (Residential, and Enterprise/Commercial), Copper-Line Length (Lines Shorter Than 100 Meters, Lines Of 100 Meters–150 Meters, Lines Longer Than 250 Meters) – Global Forecast to 2022″, the G.fast chipset market is expected to grow from USD 41.0 Million in 2016 to reach USD 4,216.3 Million by 2022, at a CAGR of 116.5% between 2016 and 2022.
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Distribution Point Unit (DPU) market segment expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period:
The advantages of DPU-based market segment, such as variable asymmetry, fast on-line reconfiguration (OLR), reverse power feeding (RPF), and remote copper re-configuration (RCR) is expected to drive the deployment of DPU-based G.fast technology during the forecast period. Moreover the increase in the port counts of G.fast chipsets is expected to offer a reduced cost of DPU deployment, especially in the areas where single family homes are large in numbers and population density is scattered. The G.fast chipset eliminates the need for setting up a dedicated network power at the DPU, which helps the broadband service provider to save the cost of deploying commercial power at the DPU.
Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) market segment expected to dominate the G.fast chipset market during the forecast period:
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CPE-based deployments of G.fast also include multi-dwelling units (MDUs). G.fast technology-based fixed broadband service providers are expected to adopt the CPE-based deployment model during the early commercialization phase of G.fast technology because of the deployment cost advantage and superior data rate of G.fast technology over MDUs. Moreover, the telecom companies are positive that they can win a significant number of new customers for G.fast technology-based broadband in the MDU market in the coming years.
The CPE devices of G.fast technology support on-line reconfiguration (OLR) techniques to support changes in the data transmission rates, and to work efficiently in the harsh wiring environments, such as single family units (SFUs) and MDUs wiring environment. Reverse powering, low-power modes planned for G.fast technology, is expected to lower the deployment costs of G.fast technology for CPEs in the coming years. The fiber to the basement/building (FTTB) is expected to be the most preferred technology for deploying CPE-based G.fast technology during the forecast period.
Key players in the G.fast market see Europe as a lucrative region during the initial commercialization phase:
Europe is an emerging market for G.fast chipset and holds a lucrative position in the market. Hence, many players in the G.fast chipset market are strategizing to tap the market in this region. Companies such as Sckipio Technologies SI Ltd. (Israel) have collaborated with distributors and partners in the APAC region to enter the unexplored territories. Sckipio Technologies SI Ltd. is also the chipset partner for Calix, Inc., (U.S.) and ADTRAN, Inc. (U.S.). As of October 2016, Sckipio Technologies SI Ltd. is working with 30 different broadband device manufacturers globally.
The major players in G.fast chipset market include Broadcom Ltd. (U.S.), Sckipio Technology SI Ltd., (Israel), Metanoia Communications Inc. (Taiwan), and Qualcomm, Inc. (U.S.).