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[January 09, 2013]

Structured Cabling Market Analyzed by Bishop & Associates in New Report Now Available at

London, UK, Jan 09, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- The structured cabling market has witnessed stable growth over past several years and it is likely to continue growing. In 2011, the market grew at a CARG of over 6.8% and was evaluated at above USD 5.6 billion. By 2015, it is predicted to exceed USD 8 billion. The U.S., Germany and the UK are top three country markets for structured cabling components. At the same time, markets of countries of the Asia-Pacific region are considered to have the best growth opportunities.

Advanced Cabling Systems, Inc., Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent SA, D-Link Systems, Inc., Kub Telekomunikasi Sdn Bhd, Hubbell Premise Wiring, ADC Telecommunications, Inc. and Xetra Networks, Inc. are among most renowned participants of the industry.

New research report "Structured Cabling Technology and Market Assessment" created by Bishop & Associates, Inc. has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details: Title: Structured Cabling Technology and Market Assessment Published: January, 2013 Price: US$ 3,950.00 The report offers an in-depth insight into the structured cabling components market. It contains extensive analysis of the situation on the market and unveils possible ways of the market development in the upcoming years. The research discloses essential information on the currently available products and describes existing and emerging technologies. The study presents comprehensive market assessment on the basis of product category, media type and geography. The report traces the historic development of the market and outlines major factors driving and restraining the industry growth. The research delves into the competitive landscape and profiles top companies. Besides, the report includes a five-year forecast for the industry.

Reasons to Buy: The report provides an extensive guide to the market for structured cabling components market, thus helping to understand market trends.

The future forecast allows to trace how the market is set to develop in the five years ahead.

The comprehensive market analysis helps to determine the sectors driving the market growth and assists in planning of business strategies.

The examination of the competitive environment and analysis of the market leaders' performance allow to choose perspective business partners and gain competitive advantage on the market.

More new research reports by the publisher can be found at Bishop & Associates page.

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