The U.S represented the largest market for coaxial cables with a market share of 59.2% in 2012. Mexico and Canada are expected to see significant growth for coaxial cables because of rising investments in telecom, broadband and broadcasting sectors for improving communication infrastructure.
In terms of applications, the video distribution segment is expected to remain the fastest growing segment for the North America coaxial cables market. This segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% through the estimated period of 2012 – 2018. The growth of this segment is primarily attributed to growing popularity of Video-on-Demand (VoD), Internet Protocol and Over-the-Top (OTT) Transparency Market Research services to access high definition videos over home interconnected devices.
Coaxial cables are widely used in data communication and in manufacturing of communication equipment and devices. End-users for coaxial cables include CATV companies, internet service providers, telephone service providers, military and aerospace industry, system integrators, construction industry and communication equipment manufacturers for medical, marine, automobile and other industries. Internet service providers are the largest end-user segment of coaxial cables in North America. This segment is expected to maintain its dominating position due to growing number of IPTV and internet service providers in the region through the estimated period.
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The North America coaxial cable industry looks very competitive with large number of multinational and domestic manufacturers. No single player has a stronghold on this market and the top five players accounted for about 55% of the overall market share. Some key manufacturers of coaxial cable in North America include TE Connectivity, General Cable, LS Cable and Systems, Belden, Amphenol and Coleman.
Coaxial cables are used for transferring radio frequency (RF), video and internet data over distribution networks. Some major factors influencing this market growth include low cost of installation, increasing IT and telecom spending in the region and technology advancement in coaxial cables and related equipment for more reliable data transfer. The report provides in-depth analysis of coaxial cable industry in North America with market size and forecast from 2012 – 2018. The study covers current technology trends influencing and inhibiting market growth and also highlights specifications and standards in the market, related to use of coaxial cables and related equipment.
By geography, the U.S. and Canada are relatively mature markets for coaxial cables compared to Mexico. Currently, the U.S. dominates the North America coaxial cable market. In the U.S. about 90% of households have already installed coaxial cable networks to access multimedia content over multiple devices such as HDTVs, laptops, BlueRays, gaming consoles etc, in multiple rooms. Also, eight out of the top ten IPTV providers are using MoCA technology to provide their services over coaxial cables. Mexico represents the fastest growing market for coaxial cables due to increasing investment from the government in telecommunication and broadband to support the country’s economic development. In addition, low trade barriers and attractive foreign direct investment (FDI) policies in telecommunication and broadband are influencing foreign players to invest in this potential market.
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