Continued Growth for the Global Cabling Market

The world market for structured cabling—local area network copper cable and multimode fiber cable—is anticipated to grow by 4.4% per year for the next four years, according a recent report released by the U.K.-based market research firm, BSRIA.

08/13/2002


The world market for structured cabling—local area network copper cable and multimode fiber cable—is anticipated to grow by 4.4% per year for the next four years, according a recent report released by the U.K.-based market research firm, BSRIA.

Analyzing 37 countries worldwide, the report found the U.S. to be the most important region with 41% of the market share, then Western Europe—led by Germany and Great Britian—and thirdly, the Asia Pacific, with strong markets in China and Australia. With regards to greatest growth potential over the next couple years, China and India top the list.

BSRIA researchers also found that Category 6 cable has broken into most countries, and currently accounts for 25% of the market in large countries.

For more information on BSRIA’s “World Market for Structured Cabling in Premises,” log on to: www.bsria.co.uk/wmi .





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