Vladimir Kozlov: Founder and CEO
Dale Murray: Principal Analyst
John Lively: Principal Analyst
Roy Rubenstein: Consultant
George Stojsavljevic: Business Development and Account Management
Abstract: LightCounting's Quarter Market Update reports are designed to provide an easy-to-digest snapshot of optical transceiver growth trends, backed up with detailed quarter-by-quarter sales data collected via LightCounting's proprietary vendor survey. ... More information »
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Abstract: This two-part report examines the optical interconnect segments that have long served as data bridges between elements of large systems or cluster...More information »
Abstract: Mobile fronthaul has been a fast growing segment of the optical modules market, driven by the "deployment of high capacity 4G mobile networks. 'Fiber-to-the-X' is a key enabler of today's ... More information »
Abstract: This report provides a detailed market demand forecast through 2021 for optical components and modules used in Ethernet, Fibre Channel, SONET/SDH, CWDM/DWDM, wireless infrastructure, FTTx, and high - performance computing (HPC) applications. More information »
Abstract: This report analyzes the impact of growing data traffic and changing architecture of data centers on the market forecast for Ethernet and Fibre Channel optical transceivers with additional focus on the high-speed modules used in data centers. ... More information »
Abstract: This report provides a holistic analysis of the global communications industry, and the factors affecting profitability at each level of the value chain. It examines the profitability and long-term strategies of traditional telecom service providers ...More information »
Abstract: This report analyzes the impact of Mega Datacenters on the market for Ethernet optical transceivers and DWDM optics. It leverages extensive historical data on shipments of Ethernet and DWDM interface modules combined with market analyst research to make projections for sales of these products in 2016-2021 ... More information »
Abstract: Mobile fronthaul has been a fast growing segment of the optical modules market, driven by the deployment of high capacity 4G mobile networks. This report describes the $500+ million mobile fronthaul market opportunity for optical components...... More information »
The LightCounting team offers custom consulting services tailored to the specific needs of each client when additional analysis beyond the numbers is required. Maybe you are contemplating launching a new product, expanding into a new geographic market, business or market segment, or planning for a new product launch... we can help.
As data speed continue to increase past 40G and 100Gbps, physics dictate eventually all high-speed interconnects transitioning to optical technologies that interconnects chips or systems. We focus on the markets, products, and technologies at the boundary-line tension of the "Optical/Electronic border " specifically in the area of High-Speed Systems Interconnects (HSSI).
This includes transceivers and interconnects in: Sonet/SDH, GbE, FTTH, Infiniband, Fiber Channel, CWDM/DWDM, serial and parallel optics, active cables, silicon photonics, optical manufacturing and 10GBASE-T.
Our domain experience and expertise spans optical communications systems, optical components, communications semiconductors. Our team has several PhDs and senior executives collectively with over 45 years industry experience at start-ups to major companies in optical and semiconductor communications and over 35 years of experience in market research and consulting.
LightCounting's clients include nearly every company in these product spaces form start-up to major companies such as:
LightCounting offers four types of consulting research:
Typical consulting engagement may include:
To start a project, we jointly formulate a Statement-of-Work that outlines what you want and details of what LightCounting will provide. LightCounting then submits a proposal, time-line of deliverables and pricing. Upon receipt of 50% of the project value, the LightCounting team will start. Regular phone conversations and updates are encouraged throughout the project as the more interactive the project is the more likely of success.