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Introduction

This report examines vendor revenues in the $15.2bn global service provider switching & routing (SPSR) market in 3Q15 .

Highlights

  • The 3Q15 global SPSR market was down 3% from the year-ago quarter.
  • With continued downward pressure on capex, Ovum expects the SPSR market to fall 2% in 2015.

Features and Benefits

  • Provides analysis of market share and competitive trends in the $15.2bn SP switching & routing market for 3Q15.
  • Details revenues of top-performing vendors in the global SPSR market, including share position by segment and region.
  • Offers analysis of which vendors improved their market position during the quarter and which vendors lost market share.

Key questions answered

  • How did the SPSR market perform in 3Q15? What are the trends by product segment and region?
  • How did the market share positions of the top vendors change during the quarter and what caused the change?
  • Which product segments and geographic regions are outperforming or underperforming expectations and why?
  • How are actual results tracking to Ovum's most recent forecast?

Table of contents

Summary

  • In brief
  • Ovum view

3Q15 results

  • Global revenues continue to trend down

Market share

  • No change to market rankings among top nine vendors in 3Q15

Market share changes

  • Juniper and Huawei gained the most share; Alcatel-Lucent, Hitachi Metals, Cisco, and Fujitsu lost the most

Vendor highlights

  • Product and market highlights in 2Q15

Market growth and outlook

  • Ovum expects 2% drop in SPSR revenues in 2015

Regional analysis

  • SCA and EMEA regions lead the market; AP down

Product-level analysis

  • Two consecutive quarters of revenue decline in the edge router segment

Appendix

  • Methodology
  • Further reading
  • Author

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