Residential Gateways continued their assault on the Broadband CPE market in 3Q10, rising 4.9% from the previous quarter and 43.2% from a year ago. Residential Gateways represented nearly 40% of all Broadband CPE shipments in 3Q10, says In-Stat (www.in-stat.com).
"The overall broadband CPE market grew for the 2nd consecutive quarter in 3Q10 and, as in last quarter, the growth is primarily a result of increases in Residential Gateway shipments,” says Brad Shaffer, Industry Analyst. “This trend is likely to continue for the next several cycles.”
Recent research found the following:
? In 3Q10, 30.3 million broadband CPE units were shipped, a 1.7% increase from the previous quarter and a 5.1% increase from the same quarter last year. ? Cable modem unit shipments were up 10.7% from the previous quarter, largely due to a 15.5% jump in EMTA modem shipments. ? xDSL modem shipments continued to decline, falling 12.5% from the previous quarter and 42.7% from the same quarter last year. ? D-Link continues to dominate the Broadband CPE market with a shipment based market share of over 14%, in line with their market share in the same period a year ago.
Recent In-Stat research, 3Q10 Broadband CPE Tracker : By Region, Product, Technology, and Vendor (#IN1004646BM), examines the worldwide broadband CPE market for 3Q10. Market shares for broadband CPE vendors are provided, based both on unit shipments and manufacturers` revenue for the quarter.
The broadband CPE market measurable components include: ? Cable modems and embedded multimedia terminal adapters (E-MTAs) ? DSL modems ? Broadband routers ? Residential gateways ? All data is provided with worldwide regional breakouts