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Silicon Photonics Market by Products (Silicon Optical Interconnects & Wavelength Division Multiplexer Filters & Others), Applications (Telecommunication, Datacom, High Performance Computing & Others) & Geography - Analysis & Forecast (2013 - 2020)

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Silicon Photonics Market by Products (Silicon Optical Interconnects & Wavelength Division Multiplexer Filters & Others), Applications (Telecommunication, Datacom, High Performance Computing & Others) & Geography - Analysis & Forecast (2013 - 2020)

The silicon Photonics technology is gaining ground as a low cost alternative technology that can address speed and bulk data transfer challenges faced by microelectronics. The silicon Photonics market is in its infancy and is expected to be fully commercialized in all application sectors by 2016.
This research study on the Silicon Photonics market focuses on various product segments such as Silicon Photonic Waveguides, Optical modulators, Optical Interconnects, Wavelength division multiplexer filters, Silicon LED's and Silicon Photo-detectors. While Wavelength division multiplexer filters and Optical modulators are relatively mature product segments, Silicon LED's and Optical modulators are expected to grow at higher CAGRs during the forecast period. The report analyzes the entire market on the basis of all the major application segments such as Telecommunications, Data Communication, Sensing, Metrology, Consumer Electronics & Displays, Healthcare and High Performance Computing. The report analyzes the entire market on the basis of all the major geographical segments such as North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle-East, Asia, and Oceania. North America and Europe are currently the largest markets, but in the Asian regionit is expected to exhibit a high growth in the next seven years.

The report also draws the competitive landscape of thesilicon Photonicstechnology by analyzing the major players and the strategies adopted by them for growth in the market. Apart from the market segmentation data, the report also includes qualitative analysis of various market dynamics such as the drivers, restraints, opportunities, burning issues, and winning imperatives. It also analyzes the overall market through various models; such as the Porter's five forces model. The report includes profiles of major market players in the global silicon Photonics market with their respective market share analysis.

1 INTRODUCTION 16

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 16
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 17
1.3 MARKETS COVERED 20
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 20
1.5 REPORT ASSUMPTIONS 21
1.5.1 ASSUMPTIONS 21
1.6 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 22
1.6.1 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 25
1.6.2 MARKET CRACKDOWN & DATA TRANGULATION 27
1.6.3 KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FRON
SECONDARY SOURCES 28
1.6.4 KEY DATA POINTS TAKEN FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 29
1.6.5 LIST OF COMPANIES COVERED IN THE STUDY 30

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 31

3 COVER STORY 36

3.1 OPTOCAP LTD 36
3.2 CEA-LETI 39
3.3 VALENCIA NANOPHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY CENTER &
DAS PHOTONICS 42

4 MARKET OVERVIEW 45

4.1 EVOLUTION OF SILICON PHOTONICS 46
4.2 BUILDING BLOCKS OF SILICON PHOTONICS 48
4.3 SILICON PHOTONICS: TECHNOLOGY TRENDS 49
4.4 COMPARISON OF INTEGRATION TECHNIQUES 50
4.5 SILICON PHOTONICS INTEGRATION TECHNIQUES 51
4.5.1 SILICON SUB-MOUNT TECHNOLOGY 51
4.5.2 SILICA/SILICON PASSIVE WAVEGUIDE TECHNOLOGY 52
4.5.3 PASSIVE OPTICAL ALIGNMENT 53
4.6 APPLICATION LIFE-CYCLE ANALYSIS 54
4.7 MARKET DYNAMICS OF SILICON PHOTONICS 55
4.7.1 MARKET DRIVERS 56
4.7.1.1 Advent of High-Volume Applications 56
4.7.1.2 Lower Power Consumption 57
4.7.1.3 Demand for High Data Transfer Rate 57
4.7.2 MARKET RESTRAINTS 58
4.7.2.1 Need for Standardization 58
4.7.2.2 Possibility of Thermal Effect 59
4.7.3 OPPORTUNITIES 59
4.7.3.1 Government Funding 59
4.8 WINNING IMPERATIVES AND MARKET TRENDS 60
4.8.1 FIRST MOVER ADVANTAGE 60
4.8.2 TRANSITION OF SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET 60
4.9 BURNING ISSUES 61
4.9.1 COMPATIBILITY WITH COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 61

5 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET BY PRODUCT 62

5.1 INTRODUCTION 63
5.2 SILICON PHOTONIC WAVEGUIDES 65
5.2.1 PLANAR WAVEGUIDES 67
5.2.2 STRIP WAVEGUIDES 69
5.2.3 RIB WAVEGUIDES 70
5.2.4 FIBER WAVEGUIDE 71
5.3 SILICON OPTICAL MODULATORS 72
5.3.1 ABSORPTIVE MODULATORS 74
5.3.1.1 Franz-Keldysh Effect 76
5.3.1.2 Quantum-Confined Stark Effect 78
5.3.1.3 Plasma Dispersion Effect 79
5.3.2 REFRACTIVE MODULATORS 81
5.3.2.1 Electro-Optic Effect 82
5.3.2.2 Magneto-Optic Effect 84
5.3.2.3 Thermo-Optic Effect 85
5.3.2.4 Polarization Changes in Liquid Crystals 86
5.4 SILICON OPTICAL INTERCONNECTS 87
5.4.1 INTRA-CHIP INTERCONNECTS 89
5.4.2 INTER-CHIP INTERCONNECTS 90

5.4.3 BACLPLANE INTERCONNECTS 90
5.5 WAVELENGTH DIVISION MULTIPLEXER FILTERS 90
5.5.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 91
5.5.1.1 WDFM Market by Geography 92
5.6 SILICON LED 93
5.6.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 94
5.6.1.1 Silicon LED Market by Geography 94
5.7 SILICON PHOTO-DETECTORS 95
5.7.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 95
5.7.1.1 Silicon Photo Detectors Market by Geography 95
5.8 OTHER SILICON PHOTONICS PRODUCT DEVICES 96
5.9 EMERGING SILICON PHOTONICS PRODUCT DEVICES 96
5.9.1 SILICON PHOTONIC LASERS 96
5.9.2 SILICON PHOTONIC AMPLIFIERS 98

6 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET BY APPLICATIONS 99

6.1 INTRODUCTION 100
6.2 TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND DATA TRANSFER 102
6.2.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 104
6.2.1.1 Silicon Photonic Telecommunication Market by Type 104
6.2.1.2 Silicon Photonic Telecommunication Market
by Geography 105
6.3 DATA COMMUNICATION 106
6.3.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 106
6.3.1.1 Datacom Market by Geography 107
6.4 SENSING 108
6.4.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 109

6.4.1.1 Sensing Market by Geography 109
6.5 METROLOGY 110
6.5.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 111
6.5.1.1 Metrology Market by Type 111
6.5.1.2 Metrology Market by Geography 112
6.6 CONSUMER ELECTRONICS & DISPLAYS 113
6.6.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 114
6.6.1.1 Consumer Electronics and Display Market
by Geography 114
6.7 HEALTHCARE 115
6.7.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 116
6.7.1.1 Healthcare Market by Geography 116
6.8 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING 117
6.8.1 MARKET INSIGHTS 118
6.8.1.1 HPC Market by Geography 118
6.9 OTHERS 119
6.10 EMERGING SILICON PHOTONICS APPLICATIONS 121

7 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY 123

7.1 INTRODUCTION 124
7.2 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET: NORTH AMERICA 125
7.3 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET: EUROPE 127
7.4 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET: ASIA-PACIFIC (APAC) 128
7.5 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET: REST OF WORLD (ROW) 129

8 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 131

8.1 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS 131
8.2 COMPETITIVE SITUATION & TRENDS 132
8.2.1 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS 132
8.2.2 AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, JOINT VENTURES AND COLLABORATIONS, MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS 135
8.2.3 CONTRACTS 138

9 COMPANY PROFILES 140
(Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development)*


9.1 FINISAR CORPORATION 140
9.2 HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS, K.K. 143
9.3 HEWLETT-PACKARD CO. 147
9.4 INTEL CORPORATION 150
9.5 IBM CORP. 154
9.6 INFINERA INC. 157
9.7 INNOLUME GMBH 160
9.8 LUXTERA, INC 164
9.9 ST MICROELECTRONICS 167
9.10 ORACLE CORPORATION 170
9.11 3S PHOTONICS 173
9.12 CEA-LETI 177
9.13 DAS PHOTONICS 180
9.14 OPTOCAP LTD., 184
9.15 PHOENIX SOFTWARE 188
9.16 CALIOPA NV (HUAWEI CO., LTD.) 192
9.17 OCLARO INC. 194
9.18 MELLANOX TECHNOLOGIES 199
*Details on Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development might not be Captured in case of Unlisted Companies.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE BY PRODUCTS,
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 33
TABLE 2 GLOBAL SI PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 34
TABLE 3 GLOBAL SI PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY PRODUCT DEVICES,
2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 35
TABLE 4 APPLICATIONS OF PASSIVE COMPONENTS 52
TABLE 5 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF DRIVERS OF SILICON PHOTONICS 56
TABLE 6 IMPACT ANALYSIS OF RESTRAINTS OF SILICON PHOTONICS 58
TABLE 7 GOVERNMENT FUNDING 59
TABLE 8 SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY PRODUCTS,
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 64
TABLE 9 SILICON WAVEGUIDES MARKET VALUE IN SI PHOTONICS MARKET,
BY TYPES, 2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 66
TABLE 10 SILICON PHOTONIC WAVEGUIDES MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 67
TABLE 11 SILICON PHOTONIC PLANAR WAVEGUIDES MARKET VALUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 68
TABLE 12 SILICON PHOTONIC STRIP WAVEGUIDES MARKET VALUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 69
TABLE 13 SILICON PHOTONIC RIB WAVEGUIDES MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 70
TABLE 14 SILICON PHOTONIC FIBER WAVEGUIDES MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 71
TABLE 15 GLOBAL SILICON PHOTONIC OPTICAL MODULATORS MARKET VALUE, BY PRODUCTS, 2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 73
TABLE 16 SILICON PHOTONIC OPTICAL MODULATORS MARKET VALUE,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 74
TABLE 17 SILICON PHOTONIC ABSORPTIVE MODULATORS MARKET VALUE,
BY TYPE, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 75
TABLE 18 SILICON PHOTONIC ABSORPTIVE MODULATORS MARKET VALUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 76
TABLE 19 SILICON PHOTONIC FRANZ-KELDYSH MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 77
TABLE 20 SILICON PHOTONIC QUANTUM-CONFINED STARK MARKET VALUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 79
TABLE 21 SILICON PHOTONIC PLASMA DISPERSION ABSORPTIVE MODULATORS MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 80
TABLE 22 SILICON PHOTONIC REFRACTIVE MODULATORS MARKET VALUE,
BY TYPE, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 81
TABLE 23 SILICON PHOTONIC REFLECTIVE MODULATORS MARKET VALUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 82
TABLE 24 SILICON PHOTONIC ELECTRO-OPTIC MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 83
TABLE 25 SILICON PHOTONIC MAGNETO-OPTIC MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 84
TABLE 26 SILICON PHOTONIC THERMO-OPTIC MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 85
TABLE 27 SILICON PHOTONIC POLARIZATION CHANGES IN LIQUID CRYSTALS MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 86
TABLE 28 GLOBAL SILICON PHOTONIC OPTICAL INTERCONNECTS MARKET VALUE, BY PRODUCT, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 88
TABLE 29 SILICON PHOTONIC OPTICAL INTERCONNECTS MARKET VALUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 89
TABLE 30 SILICON PHOTONIC WAVELENGTH DIVISION MULTIPLEXER FILTERS MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 92
TABLE 31 SILICON PHOTONIC LED MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 94

TABLE 32 SILICON PHOTONIC PHOTO-DETECTOR MARKET VALUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 95
TABLE 33 SILICON PHOTONIC OTHERS MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 96
TABLE 34 GLOBAL SI PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY APPLICATION,
2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 101
TABLE 35 GLOBAL SILICON PHOTONICS TELECOMMUNICATION MARKET VALUE, BY TYPE, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 104
TABLE 36 SILICON PHOTONIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET VALUE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 105
TABLE 37 SILICON PHOTONIC DATACOM MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 107
TABLE 38 SILICON PHOTONIC SENSING MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 109
TABLE 39 GLOBAL SILICON PHOTONICS METROLOGY MARKET VALUE
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 111
TABLE 40 SILICON PHOTONIC METROLOGY MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 112
TABLE 41 SILICON PHOTONIC CONSUMER ELECTRONICS AND DISPLAY MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 114
TABLE 42 SILICON PHOTONIC HEALTHCARE MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 116
TABLE 43 SILICON PHOTONIC HPC MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 118
TABLE 44 SILICON PHOTONIC OTHERS MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 119
TABLE 45 OTHER APPLICATIONS OF SILICON PHOTONICS 120
TABLE 46 EMERGING APPLICATIONS OF SILICON PHOTONICS 121
TABLE 47 GLOBAL SILICON PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013 - 2020 ($MILLION) 124
TABLE 48 NORTH AMERICA: SI PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY PRODUCTS,
2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 125

TABLE 49 EUROPE SI PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY PRODUCTS,
2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 127
TABLE 50 APAC: SI PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY PRODUCTS,
2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 128
TABLE 51 ROW: SI PHOTONICS MARKET VALUE, BY PRODUCTS,
2013 – 2020 ($MILLION) 129
TABLE 52 SILICON PHOTONICS PLAYERS AND RANKINGS, 2013 131
TABLE 53 FINISAR CORP.: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 141
TABLE 54 HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 144
TABLE 55 HAWLETT-PACKARD: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 148
TABLE 56 INTEL CORP.: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 151
TABLE 57 IBM CORP.: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 155
TABLE 58 INFINERA INC.: PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 158
TABLE 59 INNOLUME GMBH: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 161
TABLE 60 LUXTERA, INC: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 164
TABLE 61 STMICROELECTRONICS: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 168
TABLE 62 ORACLE CORP.: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 171
TABLE 63 3S PHOTONICS: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 173
TABLE 64 CEA-LETI: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 177
TABLE 65 DAS PHOTONICS: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 180
TABLE 66 OPTOCAP LTD.: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 185
TABLE 67 PHOENIX SOFTWARE: PRODUCTS AND SRVICES 188
TABLE 68 CALIOPA NV: PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 192
TABLE 69 OCLARO INC.: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 195
TABLE 70 MELLANOX TECHNOLOGIES : PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 200

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 SILICON PHOTONICS INDUSTRY MONETORY CHAIN AND
MARKET SCOPE 18
FIGURE 2 SILICON PHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY - MARKET ASPECT COVERD 19
FIGURE 3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 23
FIGURE 4 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY 26
FIGURE 5 DATA TRANGULATION METHODOLOGY 27
FIGURE 6 EVOLUTION OF SILICON PHOTONICS 46
FIGURE 7 PARENTAL STRUCTURE OF SILICON PHOTONICS 47
FIGURE 8 BUILDING BLOCKS OF SILICON PHOTONICS DEVICES 48
FIGURE 9 TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS 49
FIGURE 10 COMPARISON OF INTEGRATION TECHNIQUES 50
FIGURE 11 SILICON PHOTONICS APPLICATION LIFE-CYCLE ANALYSIS 54
FIGURE 12 SILICON PHOTONICS PRODUCTS GEOGRAPHICAL
TRENDS (2013 – 2020) 61
FIGURE 13 SILICON PHOTONICS PRODUCTS SEGMENTATION 63
FIGURE 14 SILICON PHOTONICS: APPLICATION STRUCTURE 100
FIGURE 15 FINISAR CORPORATION: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 140
FIGURE 16 HAMAMATSU PHOTONICS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 143
FIGURE 17 HEWLETT-PACKARD CO.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 147
FIGURE 18 INTEL CORP.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 150
FIGURE 19 IBM CORP.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 154
FIGURE 20 INFINERA INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 157
FIGURE 21 ST MICROELECTRONICS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 167
FIGURE 22 ORACLE CORPORATION: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 170
FIGURE 23 OCLARO INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 195
FIGURE 24 MELLANOX TECHNOLOGIES: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 199

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