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Cable Modem Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018


Report Published By: Winter Green Research
Publication Date : May-2012
No. of Pages: 455

WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Cable Modem: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018. The 2012 study has 455 pages, 138 tables and figures. Worldwide cable markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the next generation cable modem systems provide a way to improve entertainment and healthcare services delivery in the home.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, "Cable modems bring Internet to the home. They are used by the cable industry to deliver Internet services. They are useful to the cable TV services vendors as a way to provide new types of entertainment and sports oriented services into the home and promise significant growth to the cable industry as bundled video channels continue to have widespread appeal. Next generation cable modem and home IP gateway devices offer significant IP based functionality to the home. Cable modems are useful particularly in the US, with the cable video business model spreading worldwide. Markets are poised for significant growth. Video content is proliferating."

Cable TV services providers offer sports, news, shows, real time entertainment, and music. Videos are mainstream to cable TV offerings in a market environment where video is set to replace data and text in many, many instances. Religion, food, travel, medicine, and weather are specialty TV offerings. Cable TV has them all. The ability to bundle these offerings will not be replaced by single stream offerings. The Internet is good for reruns and user generated content, but the advertising bundle implemented by cable TV has distinct advantages for viewers.

Cable industry interrupt-based advertising is accepted by viewers as a tradeoff to the significantly higher cost of direct purchase, providing a sustainable cable TV industry business model. Cable TV has enormous value because people can watch channels they might not otherwise watch as part of a package.

Bundling works for video content in a way that it does not work for the music industry. People want to create their own music bundles, but video is far more complex. Bundling in the manner the cable TV industry provides is very sophisticated and is not at all analogous to the music industry. What is a good show one year is not good the next. The ability to flip back and forth give people needed ability to change their viewing habits, without lock-in from single download options is of significant value to users.

The aim of a cable TV network has evolved to support delivery of digital video and two-way services such as high speed data, video on demand, and telephony. Worldwide there is a trend for cable operators to increase their investment in their networks.

The cable modem business is driven by industry dynamics related to expansion of information and entertainment services in the home. Trends toward increased delivery of use of wireless devices to access video content and data over the Internet are increasing the use of a variety of digital devices in the home.

Emerging competition between cable operators, telecommunications services providers, and Internet-based services providers represents a major market disruption.

The Internet is the only network protocol going forward. As cable providers build out further high bandwidth video capability, It is going to be building on Internet protocols. The pace of new service introduction continues to increase. The variety of connected consumer devices continues to increase. This change increases the consumption of bandwidth and the demand for cable modem products.

MSOs in the cable industry need to defend against competitive next -generation video services like U-verse and FiOS. They need to make wireless services an integral part of their lineup. The acquisition of content at lower prices is essential. Enterprise customers play a larger role in the cable modem business model. Cable modems are positioned to be part of a profitable and sustainable business opportunity.

Cable operators are demanding advanced network technologies and software solutions. The increase in volume and complexity of the signals transmitted over broadband networks as a result of the migration to an all-digital, on demand network is causing the need for cable operators to deploy new technologies. Transport technologies are based on Internet Protocol.

This allows cable operators to cost effectively deliver video, voice, and data across a common network infrastructure. Cable operators are demanding sophisticated network and service management software applications that minimize operating expenditures needed to support the complexity of two-way broadband communications systems. cable operators are focusing on technologies and products that are flexible, cost effective, compliant with open industry standards, and scalable to meet subscriber growth and effectively deliver reliable, enhanced services.

Chronic disease conditions are best treated early on when there is a change in patient condition and an early intervention can make a difference. It is even better to treat them in a wellness treatment environment before there are indications of chronic disease, before symptoms develop, by addressing lifestyle issues early on. Cable modems represent a way to migrate telemedicine treatment to the HDTV giving patients with chronic conditions access to remote nursing care.

Cable modem dedicated device markets at $4.7 billion in 2011 are anticipated to reach $8.6 billion by 2018 as next generation gateways are introduced to manage Internet connectivity in the home.

WinterGreen Research is an independent research organization funded by the sale of market research studies all over the world and by the implementation of ROI models that are used to calculate the total cost of ownership of equipment, services, and software. The company has 35 distributors worldwide, including Global Information Info Shop, Market, Research and Markets, Bloomberg, and Thompson Financial.

Companies Profiled

Market Leaders

Arris / BigBand Networks
Google /Motorola

Market Participants

Casa Systems
Comcast Business Services
Zoom Telephonics

Cable Modem Executive Summary
Cable Industry Dynamics
Cable Modem Market Driving Forces
Cable Industry Conditions
Cable Modem Market Shares
Cable Modem Market Forecasts
Cable Industry Challenges
Adoption of HD TV for Telemedicine

1. Cable Modem Market Description and Dynamics
1.1 Digital Revolution
1.1.1 Home Networking
1.1.2 Cable Industry Overview
1.1.3 Cable Industry Conditions
1.1.4 Growing Demand for Bundled Services —
1.1.5 Digital Video Recorders
1.1.6 Content Providers Increasingly Offer Personalized Content
1.1.7 Television Has Become More Interactive And Personalized
1.2 Release 3.0 of DOCSIS® Is Current Governing Standard For
Data Services in North America
1.3 Cable Modems and Cable Modem Termination System
1.3.1 Fixed-Access Layer Termination
1.3.2 Home Network Physical Layer
1.3.3 MSO Residential Gateway
1.4 Standard Technologies Like DOCSIS
1.4.1 Cable Television Industry Dramatic Technological Change
1.4.2 Cable Operators Demanding Advanced Network
Technologies and Software Solutions
1.4.3 Cable Industry Few Key Customers
1.5 Internet Advertising
1.5.1 Advertising Dollars
1.5.2 Consolidation Of Vendors
1.6 Cable Operator Business Services
1.7 Cable Modem Connections
1.8 Internet As Cable Industry Infrastructure
1.8.1 ARRIS Touchstone® Customer Premises Equipment Solutions
1.8.2 Residential E-MTA
1.8.3 DOCSIS 3.0 Solutions
1.9 Small-Medium Business Solutions
1.10 Wireless Gateways
1.10.1 Wireless Telecom Trends

2. Cable Modem Market Shares and Forecasts
2.1 Cable Industry Dynamics
2.1.1 Cable Modem Market Driving Forces
2.1.2 Cable Industry Conditions
2.2 Cable Modem Market Shares
2.2.1 Cisco Cable Modem Channels
2.2.2 Google / Motorola SURFboard® Cable Modems
2.2.3 Google / Motorola SBG6580 SURFboard
DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Cable Modem Gateway Channels
2.2.4 Google / Motorola / Terayon Product Description
2.2.5 Arris Cable Modem Key Features
2.2.6 Arris Cable Modem Units
2.2.7 Arris Touchstone DOCSIS 3.0 8x4 Cable Modem
2.2.8 Harmonic
2.2.9 Zoom Telephonics DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
2.2.10 Huawei MSO Solutions
2.2.11 Ubee U10C018 Data Cable Modem
2.2.12 Ubee Ships 2 Million DOCSIS 3.0 Units
2.2.13 MSO Positioning Relating to Arris
2.2.14 MSO Positioning Relating Competitive Pressure by Cisco
2.3 Cable Modem Market Forecasts
2.4 Cable Modem Unit Shipments Market Shares and Forecasts
2.4.1 Cable Industry Challenges
2.4.2 Total Global Broadband Subscribers
2.4.3 US Cable Industry Statistics
2.4.4 Cable Modem and Next Generation Home IP
Gateway Market DOCSIS 3 Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide,
2.4.5 Cable Modem and Next Generation Home IP
Gateway Market DOCSIS 2 Forecasts
2.4.6 Cable Modem and Next Generation Home IP
Gateway Market DOCSIS 1 Forecasts
2.4.7 Cable Modem Industry Competition
2.4.8 Cable TV Cell-Site Backhaul
2.4.9 Cable Industry Market Growth Factors
2.4.10 Cable Industry Trends
2.4.11 Adoption of HD TV for Telemedicine
2.4.12 Adoption Of Voice Service
2.4.13 Video Key To Offering Compelling Triple-Play Services
2.4.14 MSOs Begin To Adapt
2.5 Broadband Cable Modem Enabling the Visual Network in the Home
2.5.1 Internet Video Traffic
2.5.2 Over-The-Top (OTT) Video Content
2.5.3 Wireless Phones
2.5.4 Residential Video Gateway Sector
2.5.5 Modems and Residential Gateways
2.5.6 MSO Service Convergence
2.5.7 MSO Open Network Capabilities & Web Integration
2.6 Cable Modem Prices
2.7 Cable Modem Regional Market Segments
2.7.1 US Home Networking
2.7.2 Arris Net Sales by Regional Segment

3. Cable Modem Product Description
3.1 Cisco Cable Modems
3.1.1 Cisco Broadband Cable Modem Enabling the
Visual Network in the Home
3.1.2 Cisco DPC3000
3.1.3 Cisco DPC3000 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem -
3.1.4 Cisco End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Announcement
for the Cable Modem Models DPC2100 and DPC3000
[Cable Modems (High Speed Data)]
3.1.5 Cisco DPC3010 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.1.6 Cisco DPC3010 MAC Address Label
3.1.7 Cisco DPC3010 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.1.8 Cisco DPC2607 VoIP Cable Modem
3.1.9 Cisco Model EPC3208G EuroDOCSIS 3.0
3.1.10 Cisco DPC/EPC2100 Cable Modem
3.1.11 Cisco WebSTAR™ Model DPC 2100™ and EPC2100™
Cable Modem
3.1.12 Cisco 1-Port Cable Modem High-Speed WAN
Interface Card, NEW
3.1.13 Cisco-Linksys CM100
3.2 Motorola SURFboard® Cable Modems
3.2.1 Motorola SURFboard SB5101U USB Cable Modem
3.2.2 Motorola SURFboard Gateway SBG901 DOCSIS 2.0
Wireless Cable Modem
3.2.3 Motorola SURFboard SB5101U USB Cable Modem
3.2.4 Motorola SBG6580 SURFboard Docsis 3.0 Wireless Gateway
3.2.5 Motorola SB6121 SURFBoard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.2.6 Motorola SB6121 SURFBoard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.2.7 Motorola SBG6580 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Gateway
Wireless Cable Modem
3.2.8 Motorola SB6120 SURFBoard eXtreme DOCSIS 3.0
Cable Modem
3.2.9 Motorola SB6120 SURFBoard eXtreme DOCSIS 3.0
Cable Modem
3.2.10 Motorola SURFboard SBG6580
3.2.11 Motorola SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0
3.2.12 Motorola SURFboard SB5101 USB
3.2.13 Motorola SURFboard SBG901
3.2.14 Motorola / Terayon
3.2.15 Motorola Surfboard SB5101 DOCSIS 2.0 Cable Modem
3.2.16 Motorola Surfboard SB5100 DOCSIS 2.0 Cable Modem
3.3 Zoom Telephonics DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.3.1 Zoom Telephonics DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.3.2 Zoom Telephonics DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem:
3.3.3 Zoom Modem/Router with Wireless-N
3.3.4 Zoom Cable Modems
3.3.5 Zoom 5350
3.3.6 Zoom 5350
3.3.7 Zoom DOCSIS 2.0 Cable Modems
3.3.8 Zoom DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.3.9 Zoom DOCSIS 2.0 Cable Modem
3.3.10 Zoom 5241 DOCSIS 2.0 Cable Modem
3.3.11 Zoom 5341
3.4 NETGEAR DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.4.1 NETGEAR DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
3.5 ARRIS Touchstone Solutions
3.5.1 Arris Residential E-MTA
3.5.2 Arris DOCSIS 3.0 Solutions
3.5.3 Arris Touchstone® Cable Modems
3.5.4 Arris Touchstone® Cable Modems
3.5.5 Arris Touchstone® Cable Modem CM820 Features
3.5.6 Arris Touchstone® E-MTA
3.5.7 Arris / BigBand BEQ™6000 4:1 Edge QAM
3.5.8 Arris DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modems
3.6 Casa Systems
3.6.1 Casa Systems Cable Modem Product Description
3.7 HP (Hewlett-Packard) PCI 56K
3.7.1 Agere PCI 56K Worldwide Controllerless WinModem
3.7.2 LSI / Agere PCI 56K Worldwide Controllerless
WinModem Features
3.8 Belkin F5U403PBLK 4-Port USB
3.9 Sumavision / Broadcom DOCSIS®-Based EoC Cable
Architecture Solution in China
3.9.1 Broadcom's DOCSIS-based EoC Cable Architecture
3.10 Huawei
3.10.1 Huawei MSO Solutions
3.10.2 Huawei Supports IP Voice Experiences in the
Video Streaming Network
3.10.3 Huawei Supports Unified Video Communication
Convergent Opportunities
3.11 Huawei 3G Cable Modem Driver
3.12 Pace Cable Gateways
3.12.1 Pace C5300
3.12.2 Pace C5300
3.13 Technicolor
3.13.1 Technicolor TC7010
3.13.2 Technicolor TC7200
3.13.3 Technicolor TCM420
3.13.4 Technicolor TCM470/471
3.13.5 Technicolor THG541
3.13.6 Technicolor THG571
3.13.7 TechnicolorTCW750-4
3.13.8 Technicolor TCW770
3.13.9 Technicolor TWG850-4
3.13.10 Technicolor TWG870
3.13.11 Technicolor DCM425DOCSIS 2.0 Certified Cable Modem
3.13.12 Technicolor DCW775, a DOCSIS 3.0 3-port G
Ethernet Wireless Cable Gateway
3.13.13 Technicolor RCA Cable Modem
3.13.14 RCA Dcm475 Digital Cable Modem DOCSIS 3 0
3.13.15 RCA DCM245R - Cable modem - USB / Ethernet
3.14 Ericsson Pipe Rider Cable Modem
3.15 3Com Cable Modem
3.15.1 3COM 3CR29210 Modem Product Description
3.16 Toshiba PCX2600 DOCSIS Cable Modem
3.17 Ubee Ambit Cable Modem U10C018
3.17.1 Ubee (Ambit) SpeedStream U10C018 Cable Modem
3.17.2 Ubee U10C018 Data Cable Modem
3.18 Vecima Networks

4. Cable Modem Technology
4.1 Video Media Cloud
4.1.1 Cloud Computing Leverages Networks To Share Video
4.2 IPv6 Leverages the Cloud to Gain More Addressing Space
4.3 Video Architecture
4.3.1 End-To-End Architectural Approach
4.3.2 Cisco VXI Desktop Virtualization And
Collaboration Architectures
4.3.3 Cisco IOS Cable Modem Remote-Query Command
4.4 Understanding Online States
4.4.1 Registration and Provisioning Status Conditions
4.4.2 Non-Error Status Conditions
4.4.3 Error Status Conditions
4.5 Cisco Support Community - Featured Conversations
4.6 Wireless Device Proliferation
4.7 Cable Industry Regulatory issues
4.8 Home Network Standards/Technologies
4.8.1 Cable Modem Termination System
4.8.2 Fixed-Access Layer Termination
4.8.3 Home Network Physical Layer
4.8.4 MSO Residential Gateway
4.8.5 Microcells, Picocells, And Femtocells
4.8.6 Deployment
4.8.7 Small-Cell Benefits

5 Cable Modem Company Profiles
5.1.1 Arris Revenue
5.1.2 Arris Broadband Communications Systems (BCS)
5.1.3 Arris CMTS
5.1.4 Arris CPE
5.1.5 Arris Access, Transport & Supplies (ATS)
5.1.6 Arris Media & Communications Systems (MCS)
5.1.7 Arris Product, Services, and Regional Revenue
5.1.8 Arris Revenue Q1 2012
5.1.9 Arris Revenue
5.1.10 Arris Strategy
5.1.11 Arris Radio Frequency Products
5.1.12 Arris Supplies
5.1.13 ARRIS Company Overview
5.1.14 Arris Strategy Focus on Enabling Convergence of
Cable Services on A unified IP Platform
5.1.15 Arris Acquisitions: BigBand
5.1.16 BigBand Networks Applications For Targeted Advertising
5.1.17 Arris BigBand Video-Networking Platforms
5.1.18 Arris / BigBand Third Quarter 2011 Revenue
5.2 Broadcom
5.3 CableLabs
5.4 Casa Systems
5.4.1 Casa Systems Investment Partners Liberty Global
5.4.2 Casa Systems Investment Summit Partners
5.4.3 Casa Systems CMTS Supports Rollout of Wholesale
Broadband Access Services
5.5 Cisco
5.5.1 Cisco Forecasts Mobile Data Traffic
5.5.2 Cisco Creating Long-Lasting Customer Partnerships
5.5.3 Cisco Information Technology
5.5.4 Cisco Virtualization
5.5.5 Cisco Addresses the Competitive Landscape In The
Enterprise Data Center
5.5.6 Cisco Architectural Approach
5.5.7 Cisco Switching
5.5.8 Cisco NGN Routing
5.5.9 Cisco Collaboration
5.5.10 Cisco Service Provider Video
5.5.11 Cisco Wireless
5.5.12 Cisco Security
5.5.13 Cisco Data Center Products
5.5.14 Cisco Other Products
5.5.15 Cisco Systems Net Sales
5.5.16 Cisco Systems Revenue by Segment
5.5.17 Cisco Telepresence Systems Segment Net Sales
5.5.18 Cisco Tops 10,000 Unified Computing System Customers
5.5.19 Cisco Customer Focus
5.5.20 Cisco Tops 10,000 Unified Computing System
Customers: Captures 53 Industry Benchmark World Records
5.6 Comcast Business Services
5.6.1 Comcast Cable
5.7 CommScope
5.7.1 CommScope / LiquidxStream Systems
5.8 Com21
5.8.1 COM Twenty One Converged Communication Solutions
5.8.2 COM Twenty One Application Servers, Storage & Data Centre Solutions:
5.8.3 COM Twenty One Surveillance and Integrated Security Solutions
5.8.4 COM Twenty One Connectivity
5.8.5 COM Twenty One Network, Security, Content and
Bandwidth Management Solutions:
5.8.6 COM Twenty One Turnkey Software Projects
5.8.7 COM Twenty One Business Continuity Planning
5.8.8 COM Twenty One ISP Data Services
5.8.9 COM Twenty One Document & Content Management
5.9 Ericsson
5.9.1 Ericsson Net Sales (Share Of Total)
5.9.2 Ericsson First Quarter Report 2012
5.9.3 Ericsson Market Share Estimates
5.9.4 Ericsson Market Position
5.9.5 Ericsson Go-To-Market Model
5.10 Google
5.10.1 Google / Motorola
5.10.2 Google Search
5.10.3 Google Advertising
5.10.4 Google YouTube
5.10.5 You Tube
5.10.6 Statistics
5.10.7 YouTube Partner Program
5.10.8 Monetization
5.10.9 Product Metrics
5.10.10 Content ID
5.10.11 Social
5.10.12 YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011
5.10.13 YouTube Play
5.10.14 Google Mobile
5.10.15 Google Local
5.10.16 Google Operating Systems and Platforms
5.10.17 Google Apps Enterprise
5.10.18 Google Q4 Revenue
5.10.19 Google Organizes The World’s Information to
Make It Universally Accessible.
5.10.20 Google Business
5.10.21 Google Search Advertising
5.10.22 Google Display Advertising
5.10.23 Google Mobile Advertising
5.10.24 Google Tools for Publishers
5.10.25 Google / Motorola
5.10.26 Motorola Mobility
5.11 Harmonic
5.11.1 Harmonic Cable Solutions
5.11.2 Harmonic is Comprehensive Video Delivery Platform
5.11.3 Harmonic Highly Integrated Digital Video Gateway
5.11.4 Harmonic Cable Edge
5.12 Huawei
5.12.1 Huawei Intelligent Hotel UC Solution
5.12.2 Huawei FTTH
5.12.3 Huawei Softswitch Certified by CableLabs®
5.12.4 Huawei Cloud Platform: Innovative Foundations
5.12.5 Huawei Building Intelligent Pipes: Performance
5.12.6 Huawei Telecommunication Solutions
5.12.7 Huawei Videoconferencing System for Shenshuo
Railway Co. Ltd.
5.12.8 Huawei Telepresence Benefits
5.12.9 Huawei Emergency Management Videoconferencing
System for Shandong Electric Power Corporation
5.12.10 Huawei Emergency Management
Videoconferencing System Requirement Analysis
5.13 Sequans
5.13.1 Sequans Communications
5.14 Teleste
5.14.1 Teleste Projects:
5.14.2 Teleste Network Planning and Technical
Management Services:
5.14.3 Teleste Strategic Direction
5.15 Teleste Strategic Targets And Actions
5.16 Teleste Revenue
5.17 Ubee
5.17.1 Ubee Ships 2 Million DOCSIS 3.0 Units
5.17.2 Ubee Interactive Adopts Sequans’
LTE Semiconductor Solutions
5.18 Zoom Telephonics
5.19 Selected Cable Modem and Set Top Box Companies

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