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Research and Markets: Global Communications Test and Measurement (CT&M) Market Report, 2018: Solutions, Type of Test, Services & End Users

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7nt3sh/communications) has announced the addition of the "Communications Test and Measurement Market by Solutions, Type of Test, Services & End Users - Global Advancements, Worldwide Forecasts & Analysis (2013-2018)" report to their offering.

The communications test and measurement (CT&M) market is highly dependent on the growth of telecommunications industry. An increase in subscriber base, operators move towards 3G, WiMax, and R&D investments in the emerging LTE and LTE-Advanced technologies have fuelled the growth of the telecommunications industries. These initiatives demand for the increased LTE/4G trial runs which in turn trigger the demand for CT&M products to optimize the networks.

Owing to the rising bandwidth demand, advent of next-generation wireless and cellular technologies and growth in mobile phone market driving the demand for communication test and measurement solutions and services. Services like Internet banking, stock trading, web surfing and video conferencing moving toward mobile networks. However, these applications will only be accepted by the users if service providers ensure reliability and quality of service (QoS). This requirement drive need for measurement solutions to meet new technology standard to deliver quality of services to the end-users.

Evolving wireless communication technologies is the second most important driving factor for the communications test and measurement (CT&M) market. Wireless technology is more complex than wireline technology, and wireless networks are much more prone to impairments than fixed networks. The overall complexity of wireless technology drives the need for test equipment which can support new technology standards, such as, LTE and LTE-Advance. The demand for wireless CT&M is expected to increase in the coming years due to increased adoption of 3G and LTE/4G network deployments.

The report gives detailed insights into the global communications test and measurement market split across:

Type of test equipment:

  • Wireless
  • Wireline

Type of tests:

  • Enterprise
  • Field Network test
  • Lab and manufacturing test
  • Network assurance

Type of services:

  • Product support services
  • Professional services and managed services

By end-users:

  • Network equipment manufacturers (NEMs)
  • Mobile device manufacturers
  • Telecommunication service providers
  • Enterprises

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Executive Summary

3 Market Overview

4 CT&M: Market Size And Forecast By Type Of Test Solutions

5 CT&M: Market Size And Forecast Products By Type Of Tests

6 CT&M: Market Size And Forecast By Services

7 CT&M: Market Size And Forecast By End-Users

8 CT&M: Market Size And Forecast By Regions

9 CT&M: Competitive Landscape

10 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned

- Agilent Technologies

- Anritsu

- Calnex Solutions

- Danaher Corporation

- Exfo

- Ixia

- Jds Uniphase Corporation

- National Instruments Corporation

- Octoscope

- Rohde & Schwarz

- Spirent Communications

- Yokogawa

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7nt3sh/communications

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