Global 2017 $5 Billion Switch Scalable Infrastructure Market – Forecasts to 2023

Scalable wired infrastructure switch market forecast indicates that markets at $5 billion in 2017 are expected to reach $26.3 billion dollars worldwide by 2023.

Steady growth is anticipated because the adapter units are offering breakthrough node to node integration capabilities that further automates a data center. Steady growth is anticipated because the adapter units are the best device for implementing efficient operations at low cost.

Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the artificial intelligence software, IOT Internet of things, drones, self-driving cars, and all manner of automated process increases use of the digital economy. Scalable Data Centers depend on infrastructure scalability excellence, which is achieved with a twolayer architecture utilizing adapters and processors described in this study.

Data center solutions are moving in the direction of being open standards-based, software-driven, and able to work seamlessly with DevOps to achieve cross-domain automation. The aim of IT is to meet agility and efficiency goals. Scalable data center wired switch represent one component of the move to a digital economy.

Speed is the new currency of business. Digital disruption is illustrated by Google, Facebook, and Amazon. Among many other well-known digital disruptors Salesforce stands out. These companies have IT that is characterized by the ability to respond to opportunities quickly. It is no longer possible to beat the competition by having a better product, lower prices, and the best people. That still matters, but is not enough.

To win, companies need an agile IT architecture, less expensive by a factor of 50 than existing IT, and that helps companies respond to the next big wave of opportunity and ride it faster than the competition. While corporate management is consumed in managing people by setting rules and creating workgroups that are effective, and things that are put in place to let people do their work, IT is consumed with increasing the levels of automation, making more parts of the organization automated. It is significant that no IT manager has ever become CEO or CFO of a major corporation, illustrating that the corporate management and IT functions are different.

Broadcom is a leading vendor of switch semiconductor solutions focused on highperformance interconnect. It has successfully launched several generations of InfiniBand and Ethernet data center products. Strong competencies are provided for integrating mixed-signal processing and integrating complex ICs. Software development capability is a key strength because all complex integration is managed with software.

Software allows offering more complete solutions. A significant portfolio of intellectual property, IP, permits Mellanox to offer industry leading integration of signals at the chip level. This is a major shift in the way IT is conducted with integration of systems previously happening at the API level. Broadcom has significant IP and a large number of patents.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Scalable Data Center Wired Switches: Market Description And Market Dynamics:
1.1 Critical Challenge of Handling Exponentially Expanding Volumes of Transactions And Data
1.1.1 IT is Everything for the Business
1.2 End-To-End High-Performance Interconnect Products and Solutions for Artificial Intelligence
1.2.1 Scalable Infrastructure Data Center Components
1.2.2 Server Computing and Traditional Storage Systems Being Replaced
1.2.3 High-Performance Interconnect Solutions Value
1.2.4 High-Performance Interconnect Solutions Replace Existing Server Architectures
1.3 Challenges Addressed by High-Performance Interconnect Switch
1.3.1 High-Performance Interconnect Switch Manage Increasing Complexity
1.3.2 Advantages of InfiniBand
1.3.3 Scalable Computing Uses a Network to Enhance Processing Performance
1.4 Superstar Companies That Are Able to Leverage IT to Achieve Growth
1.4.1 Using Digital Technology To Create Market Disruption

2 Scalable Data Center Wired Switch: Market Shares And Market Forecasts
2.1 Scalable Data Center Wired Switch Market Driving Forces
2.1.4 Scalable IT Infrastructure Data Center Switch Market Driving Forces
2.1.5 Suppliers of Intelligent, Highly Scalable Interconnect Solutions
2.1.6 Data Growth Continues to Drive Infrastructure Scalability
2.3 Scalable Infrastructure Data Center Switch Shares:
2.2.1 Broadcom
2.2.2 IBM’s OpenPOWER Initiative
2.3 Scalable Wired Infrastructure Switch Market Forecasts:
2.3.1 Facebook Fabric Next-Generation Data Center Network Design: Pod Unit of Network
2.3.2 Mega Data Center Server Pods
2.3.3 Exchange Of Data Between Servers Represents A Complex Automation Of Process
2.3.4 Network Disaggregation
2.3.5 Scalable Infrastructure Data Management Component Application Segments
2.3.6 Super Computing
2.4 Scalable Infrastructure Data Center Data Growth
2.5 Scalable Infrastructure Data Center Components Challenges
2.6 Scalable Infrastructure Data Center Component Prices
2.7 Scalable Infrastructure Data Center Components Regional Segments

3. Scalable Data Center Infrastructure Switch Products:
3.1 Broadcom
3.2 Quanta
3.3 Mellanox Delivers ConnectX-4 LX for the IBM z14
3.3.1 Mellanox IBM z14 Supporting Resources:
3.3.2 Mellanox Leading Supplier of InfiniBand ICs
3.3.3 Mellanox Leading Supplier of Scalable Infrastructure Ethernet Adapters
3.3.4 Mellanox Strategy
3.3.5 Mellanox NPS Next Generation Network Switch Unit (NPU)
3.4 Intel Omni-Path Architecture (Intel OPA)
3.4.1 Intel / Mobileye
3.5 IBM
3.6 Facebook Aggregation Switches Are Lashed Together Through a Set Of Non-Blocking Spine Switches
3.6.1 Google Network Called Jupiter
3.7 Microsoft Cloud Data Center Multi-Tenant Containers
3.7.1 Microsoft Azure Running Docker Containers

4. Scalable Data Center Infrastructure Switch Research And Technology:
4.1 InfiniBand
4.2 High-Performance Mixed-Signal IC Design
4.2.1 PCI Advanced Interfaces
4.2.2 System Hardware Technology
4.2.3 System Software Technology
4.3 OpenCAPI Standard
4.4 Open Compute Project
4.4.1 Top-of-the-Rack (ToR) Switches
4.4.2 Programmable Networks
4.4.3 SDN Ecosystem
4.4.3 Facebook Mega Datacenter Physical Infrastructure
4.4.4 Facebook Automation of Mega Data Center Process
4.4.5 Fabric Depends on Scale
4.4.6 Facebook Fabric Operates Inside the Data Center
4.4.7 AWS Datacenter Bandwidth
4.4.8 Amazon (AWS) Regional Data Center
4.4.9 Map of Amazon Web Service Global Infrastructure
4.4.10 Rows of Servers Inside an Amazon (AWS) Data Center

5. Scalable Data Center Infrastructure Switch Companies
5.1 Alphabet / Google
5.1.1 Google Switches Provide Scale-Out: Server And Storage Expansion
5.1.2 Google Uses Switches and Routers Deployed in Fabrics
5.1.3 Google Mega Data Center Multipathing
5.1.4 Google Mega Data Center Multipathing: Routing Destinations
5.1.5 Google Clos Topology Network Capacity Scalability
5.2 Arris / Broadcom
5.3 Broadcom
5.3.1 Broadcom Mega Data Center Server Pods
5.3.2 Broadcom Non-Blocking Network Architecture
5.3.4 Broadcom Revenue
5.3.5 Broadcom / Emulex
5.3.6 Broadcom Emulex Corporation
5.4 Brocade
5.4.1 Brocade Orchestration Software
5.5 Cavium Networks
5.4.1 Cavium Acquisition of QLogic
5.4.2 Cavium Revenue by Segment
5.4.3 Cavium Regional Revenue
5.5 Cisco
5.6 Facebook Pods
5.6.1 Facebook Sample Pod: Unit of Network
5.7 IBM
5.8 Intel
5.8.1 Intel Premier Computer Chip Maker
5.8.2 Intel Buys Mobileye Intel Acquires Mobileye
5.8.3 Intel / Mobileye
5.8.4 Intel Company Strategy
5.8.5 Intel In The Internet Of Things Market Segment
5.8.6 Intel Competitive Advantages
5.9 Mellanox Technologies
5.9.1 Mellanox Interconnect Solutions Increase Data Center Efficiency
5.9.2 Mellanox High Performance Solutions
5.9.3 HPE Chooses Mellanox Spectrum To Power StoreFabric M-series Switches
5.9.4 Mellanox Converged Ethernet Storage Fabric
5.9.5 Mellanox Technologies Revenue
5.9.6 Mellanox Acquisition of EZchip
5.9.7 Mellanox Spectrum Ethernet Switch
5.9.8 Spectrum, the Eighth Generation Of Switching IC Family from Mellanox
5.10 Nvidia
5.10.1 NVIDIA
5.10.2 Nvidia Revenue
5.11 Walmart
5.12 ZT Systems

For more information about this report visit

Media Contact:

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
[email protected]

For E.S.T Office Hours Call +1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call +1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900

U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716

SOURCE Research and Markets

Related Links

Powered by WPeMatico

You might like

About the Author: Carrie Brunner

Carrie Brunner grew up in a small town in northern New Brunswick. She studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married her husband one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children. Carrie writes mostly on provincial stories.
%d bloggers like this: