DSL – digital subscriber line, which was earlier known as digital subscriber loop is a type of collaborative technology which is used to furnish internet access by transmission of digital data. The transmission of data is done through the help of normal telephone lines.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/09/2015 -- The global DSL and G-fast chips market is highly diversified in nature and is set to achieve significant growth, since broadband is used in every industry segment. Such insights and more are available in the report " DSL and G-fast Chips: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020". This research study is now available for sale on the website of Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE).
According to this report, the Global DSL and G-fast chips market is presently worth US$939 million and is anticipated to expand rapidly and be worth US$4.7 billion by the end of 2020.
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These figures show that the opportunity to participate in the DSL and G-fast chips market is highly compelling, as this technology has the potential to leverage the seemingly outdated copper infrastructure and give a lifeline to existing infrastructure investment. In addition to this, the market is evolving at a fast pace as innovative technology and vectoring are enforced based on innovation and resultant breakthroughs. The growing demand for broadband and faster communications connectivity will boost the growth of the DSL and G-fast chips market.
Presently, existing copper infrastructure has become a white elephant, worth trillions but unpractical in the modern scenario and costly to replace. Fiber is highly priced, making it impractical to use or replace the entire copper-based infrastructure. Since DSL and G-fast work with copper, they don't need new infrastructure to be laid down. This will make the DSL and G-fast chips market stronger in the future.
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The key players in the market covered in this WinterGreen Research report are Lantiq, Broadcom, Analog Devices, MediaTek, Trendchip, and Ikanos. Companies operating in the global DSL and G-fast chips market will benefit from this technology greatly. DSL is leveraging economies of scale while delivering a way to extend the life of the existing communications infrastructure. Furthermore, DSK and G-fast chips have developed a way to boost the speed of broadband in homes. These factors will provide substantial opportunities to domestic and international players.
On the other hand, the global DSL and G-fast chips market has to overcome a number of significant challenges to thrive globally. Extending the wireless backhaul to utilize existing copper networks via DSL is highly challenging. Another factor suppressing the market is the lack of effective utilization of vectoring to elevate broadband speeds. Moreover, firms in the global DSL and G-fast chips market have to find a balance between G-fast at the top end and DSL for mid-level and low-end broadband to deploy existing copper infrastructure for communications.
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