VDSL Port Shipments Grow to Record Level in the First QuarterTuesday, June 7th, 2011
EMEA and North America Account for Most Shipments
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. — According to a newly published report by Dell’Oro Group, the trusted source for market information about the networking and telecommunications industries, VDSL port shipments reached a record level in the first quarter of 2011, surging almost 50% over the year-ago period.
“With ADSL being a mature technology with limited bandwidth capabilities, many service providers are upgrading their networks with high-speed VDSL or PON equipment to enable new, high-bandwidth intensive services such as IPTV,” said Tam Dell’Oro, President of Dell’Oro Group. “In many situations, VDSL is also being used as part of all-IP network transformations that utilize multiservice access nodes and soft switches with the goal of decommissioning older TDM infrastructure,” Dell’Oro added.
The report also indicates that VDSL growth was led by shipments to EMEA, which almost doubled over the year-ago period and accounted for more than 60% of worldwide VDSL shipments. North America was the second largest region for VDSL, accounting for a quarter of total VDSL. The majority of these were purchased by AT&T to support its U-verse IPTV service, the largest fiber-to-the-node/VDSL upgrade project currently being deployed.
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