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Report Scope & Overview:

Dark Fiber Market size was valued at USD 6.5 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow to USD 16.55 billion by 2030 and grow at a CAGR of 12.4% over the forecast period of 2023-2030.

Over the forecast, the long-haul segment is predicted to develop at the fastest rate. Such long-haul terrestrial networks are frequently used for undersea cable across great oceanic distances, enticing a number of firms to participate in terms of investments. For instance, Zayo Group Holdings Inc. finished building three new long-haul dark fiber routes in October 2021, connecting Denver to Salt Lake City, Atlanta to Dallas, and Eugene to Reedsport. The rise of smart cities, steadily increasing investments, and other factors are what power the long-haul network and intense market competition dynamics.

Dark Fiber Market Revenue Analysis

In 2022, the multimode market category held a commanding market share, accounting for about 62.0% of global revenue. Over the course of the forecast, it is also anticipated to keep dominating the market. Short transmission distances are where this kind excels. It is mostly utilized in LAN and video surveillance systems. On the other hand, single-mode fiber works well for greater transmission lengths. It is mostly utilized in long-distance and multi-channel television broadcast systems. Over the predicted period, it is anticipated that the single-mode segment would experience significant expansion. Long-distance deployments ranging from 2 meters to 10,000 meters employ this product category. Compared to multimode, it delivers less power loss. It is more expensive than multi-mode fibers, though. The telecom sector dominated the industry in terms of revenue in 2022 with a share of 42.3%, and it is predicted that it would continue to lead the market in terms of size by 2030. Due to the increasing usage of 5G technology in communication and data transmission services, the telecommunications industry is predicted to have significant growth prospects.

KEY DRIVERS: 

  • Flexibility and scalability

Dark fiber networks give enterprises the scalability and flexibility they need to customize their network architecture to meet their specific needs. The companies whose bandwidth requirements are changing or undergoing significant expansion would most benefit from this flexibility. The demand for dependable, high-speed internet connectivity is considerably driving the market for dark fiber networks. Dark fiber networks, which provide companies total control over their network connections, improve data security and privacy.

RESTRAIN:

  • Initial expenditures and ongoing expenses

A significant initial investment is required for the implementation of a dark fiber network, which covers the cost of leasing or purchasing the fiber strands as well as any necessary installation and maintenance fees. These up-front costs could be a deterrent for companies with limited resources. Management and operation of dark fiber networks may need particular expertise and technical proficiency. Businesses may struggle to attract and retain the best staff, or they may need to hire outside service providers, which would increase overall costs and impede market expansion.

  • High risk Installation

OPPORTUNITY:

  • Providers of internet services

Internet service providers (ISPs) have the chance to connect to underserved areas, expand their customer base, and improve the quality of their services thanks to dark fiber networks. By renting or purchasing dark fiber, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can broaden the coverage of their networks and offer high-speed internet access to a bigger clientele. To support the growing data traffic and low-latency demands of 5G networks, a robust and dense fiber optic infrastructure is required. Network operators and telecommunications businesses have a great chance to upgrade their infrastructure in order to meet the rising needs of 5G.

CHALLENGES:

  • Legal and regulatory considerations

The development of dark fiber networks may be impacted by legal and regulatory considerations, such as obtaining necessary clearances, adhering to local regulations, and making sure that data protection and privacy rules are being followed. Navigating these rules may be difficult for corporations. The dark fiber market becomes more and more competitive as new players join it. This could lead to market saturation, pricing pressures, and the need for distinctiveness to set oneself apart from competitors. The availability of dark fiber infrastructure may be limited in some locations, particularly in remote or rural areas. Businesses operating in these areas may have trouble gaining access to and utilizing dark fiber networks.

  • Inadequate monitoring systems

IMPACT ANALYSIS

IMPACT OF RUSSIAN UKRAINE WAR

A worldwide recession may limit the short-term availability of money for network building for the remainder of 2020 and possibly for part of 2021, but the underlying forces behind telecom network expansion won't disappear. The amount of bandwidth needed will keep growing. As businesses and average consumers continue to rely on cloud services, additional data centres and connectivity will be required. The last thing we want to point out is that even if capital-intensive projects. as new optical cable networks are delayed or stretched out, there may still be a requirement for cable assemblies for upkeep, operation, and other purposes enhancing the network's capacity on older installations. The trough in the previous two downturns was asymmetrical, with a rather fast downturn followed by a more protracted rebound. The ITC, however Businesses displayed Compared to other industries, some demonstrated a less severe decline and a quicker recovery. To end on a happy note, I want to draw attention to a development from last week's news. It comes from the Imperial College (of London) COVID-19 Response Team's "Report 11: Evidence of Initial Success for China Exiting COVID-19 Social Distancing Policy After Achieving Containment":

IMPACT OF ONGOING RECESSION

The FSB-established National Coordination Center for Computer Incidents (NCCC) classified the threat level as "critical" as a result of the rapid declaration of cyberwar by the Anonymous hacker collective against the Russian government in the wake of reported failures of the Ministry of Defense's resources as well as the websites of the Kremlin, the government, parliaments, and portions of the Russia Today news agency. Kyiv-based In October 2022, Olena Lutsenko, Director of RETN Ukraine and Head of the Black Sea Region, made a passionate and intelligent presentation at Capacity Europe on how the supplier of backbone networks had kept Ukraine connected throughout the conflict. 22% of Ukraine's fiber network had been damaged or destroyed, and 1,350 cyberattacks had been reported in the first half of 2022. According to Yuriy Schygol, Head of the State Service for Special Communications and Information Protection of Ukraine, 2,194 cyberattacks were observed in 2022 and seven new types of viruses had been discovered. There is a great deal of ambiguity on the effects of this crisis because it is unlike any other. lives and livelihoods of people. Much is dependent on the virus's prevalence, the success of containment efforts, and the development of therapies and vaccinations, all of which are difficult to forecast. Additionally, numerous nations currently deal with numerous crises—a fall in commodities prices, a financial crisis, and a health crisis—all of which intersect in intricate ways. The support that policymakers are giving to households is unparalleled.

MARKET SEGMENTATION

By Type

  • Single-mode Fiber

  •  Multimode Fiber

  • Step-index Multimode Fiber

  •  Graded-index Multimode Fiber

By Network Type

  • Metro

  • Long Haul

By Material

  • Glass

  • Plastic

By End User

  • Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Telecommunication Industry

  • BFSI Industry

  • IT Enabled Services

  • Military and Aerospace Industry

  • Oil and Gas Industry

  • Healthcare Industry

  • Railway Industry

  • Others (Manufacturing and Factory Automation)

Dark Fiber Market Segmentation Analysis

REGIONAL ANALYSIS

In terms of revenue, North America had the biggest market share in 2022, accounting for around 28.77%. The United States is where some of the biggest investments in 5G network infrastructure are being made. Throughout the projection period, the country's significant investments in smart city, smart industry, and smart home programs are projected to support regional market expansion. Governments of wealthy nations including the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, China, and Japan are making significant investments in national security infrastructure.

Over the forecast, Asia Pacific is expected to increase at the fastest rate. Period. Due to technological developments and widespread implementation of the technology in the information technology, telecommunications, and administrative sectors, Asia Pacific is driving revenue growth.

REGIONAL COVERAGE:

North America

  • US

  • Canada

  • Mexico

Europe

  • Eastern Europe

    • Poland

    • Romania

    • Hungary

    • Turkey

    • Rest of Eastern Europe

  • Western Europe

    • Germany

    • France

    • UK

    • Italy

    • Spain

    • Netherlands

    • Switzerland

    • Austria

    • Rest of Western Europe

Asia Pacific

  • China

  • India

  • Japan

  • South Korea

  • Vietnam

  • Singapore

  • Australia

  • Rest of Asia Pacific

Middle East & Africa

  • Middle East

    • UAE

    • Egypt

    • Saudi Arabia

    • Qatar

    • Rest of Middle East

  • Africa

    • Nigeria

    • South Africa

    • Rest of Africa

Latin America

  • Brazil

  • Argentina

  • Colombia

  • Rest of Latin America

KEY PLAYERS

Major vendors in the dark fiber market include AT&T (US), Verizon Communications, Inc. (US), CenturyLink (Lumen Technologies) (US) Colt Technology Services Group Limited (UK), Comcast Corporation (US), Consolidated Communications (US), Exa Infrastructure (GTT Communications, inc.) (US), CenturyLink, Inc. (US), NTT Communications Corporation (Japan), Verizon Communications, Inc. (US), Windstream Communications (US), Zayo Group, LLC (US), and other players are listed in a final report.

Verizon Communications, Inc. (US)-Company Financial Analysis

RECENT DEVELOPMENT

  • Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. (US) and Fermaca Networks, a major supplier of long-haul dark fiber infrastructure in Mexico, announced their strategic alliance in May 2023. The collaboration will offer the most advanced and varied connectivity between the US and Mexico. The first new long-haul dark fiber route in Mexico in 20 years will be launched by Fermaca in 2025 and will be both the longest and newest long-haul dark fiber route. To offer consumers dependable, secure, and diverse cross-border connectivity, the collaboration will use this route from Fermaca and Zayo's redundant route north of the border.

  • In order to expand beyond its current 21-state national footprint, AT&T (US) partnered with BlackRock Alternatives in December 2022 to expand its Hyper-Gig Fiber services. This joint venture, called Gigapower, sought to offer an American commercial fiber platform to internet service providers (ISPs) and other companies.

  • 2023 February Clairol unveiled two new at-home hair coloring innovations that were motivated by popular Canadian trends. Root In response to customer demands, Touch Up Color + Volume 2-in-1 Spray and Natural Instincts have been created insights.

  • In February 2023: The area's booming data center and enterprise industries will be served by Summit Infrastructure Group, the industry's leading pure play dark fiber infrastructure provider, with the help of a brand-new, purpose-built, and totally underground dense dark fiber network. By Q1 2023, the company, which is on pace to complete its initial network, will offer more than 200 miles of new infrastructure that is separate from and different from the region's previous fiber networks.

    Dark Fiber Market Report Scope:
    Report Attributes Details

    Market Size in 2022

     US$ 6.5 billion  

    Market Size by 2030

     US$ 16.55 billion       

    CAGR 

     CAGR of 12.4%     From 2023 to 2030

    Base Year

    2022

    Forecast Period

     2023-2030

    Historical Data

     2019-2021

    Report Scope & Coverage

    Market Size, Segments Analysis, Competitive  Landscape, Regional Analysis, DROC & SWOT Analysis, Forecast Outlook

    Key Segments

    By Type (Single-mode Fiber, Multimode Fiber), By Network Type (Metro, Long Haul), By Material (Glass, Plastic), By End User (Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Telecommunication Industry, BFSI Industry, IT Enabled Services, Military and Aerospace Industry, Oil and Gas Industry, Healthcare Industry, Railway Industry, Others (Manufacturing and Factory Automation))

    Regional Analysis/Coverage

    North America (US, Canada, Mexico), Europe (Eastern Europe [Poland, Romania, Hungary, Turkey, Rest of Eastern Europe] Western Europe] Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Rest of Western Europe]), Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, South Korea, Vietnam, Singapore, Australia, Rest of Asia Pacific), Middle East & Africa (Middle East [UAE, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Rest of Middle East], Africa [Nigeria, South Africa, Rest of Africa], Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia Rest of Latin America)

    Company Profiles

    AT&T (US), Verizon Communications, Inc. (US), CenturyLink (Lumen Technologies) (US) Colt Technology Services Group Limited (UK), Comcast Corporation (US), Consolidated Communications (US), Exa Infrastructure (GTT Communications, inc.) (US), CenturyLink, Inc. (US), NTT Communications Corporation (Japan), Verizon Communications, Inc. (US), Windstream Communications (US), Zayo Group, LLC (US)

    Key Drivers

    • Flexibility and scalability

    Market Restrain

    • Initial expenditures and ongoing expenses                     

    • High risk Installation

     

Frequently Asked Questions

 Legal and regulatory considerations and Inadequate monitoring systems

 Initial expenditures and ongoing expenses & High-risk Installation

North America is dominating the Dark Fiber Market.

 Dark Fiber Market size was valued at USD 6.5 billion in 2022

Dark Fiber Market is anticipated to expand by 12.4% from 2023 to 2030.

TABLE OF CONTENT

1. Introduction
1.1 Market Definition
1.2 Scope
1.3 Research Assumptions

2. Research Methodology

3. Market Dynamics
3.1 Drivers
3.2 Restraints
3.3 Opportunities
3.4 Challenges

4. Impact Analysis
4.1 Impact of the Ukraine- Russia war
4.2 Impact of ongoing Recession
4.2.1 Introduction
4.2.2 Impact on major economies
4.2.2.1 US
4.2.2.2 Canada
4.2.2.3 Germany
4.2.2.4 France
4.2.2.5 United Kingdom
4.2.2.6 China
4.2.2.7 Japan
4.2.2.8 South Korea
4.2.2.9 Rest of the World

5. Value Chain Analysis

6. Porter’s 5 forces model

7. PEST Analysis

8. Dark Fiber Market Segmentation, By Type 
8.1    Single-mode Fiber
8.2    Multimode Fiber
8.2.1 Step-index Multimode Fiber
8.2.2 Graded-index Multimode Fiber

9. Dark Fiber Market Segmentation, By Network Type
9.1    Metro
9.2    Long Haul
 
10. Dark Fiber Market Segmentation, By Material
10.1 Glass
10.2 Plastic

11. Dark Fiber Market Segmentation, By End User
11.1 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Telecommunication Industry
11.2 BFSI Industry
11.3 IT Enabled Services
11.4 Military and Aerospace Industry
11.5 Oil and Gas Industry
11.6 Healthcare Industry
11.7 Railway Industry
11.8 Others (Manufacturing and Factory Automation)

12. Regional Analysis
12.1 Introduction
12.2 North America
12.2.1 North America Dark Fiber Market by Country
12.2.2North America Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.2.3 North America Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.2.4 North America Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.2.5 North America Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.2.6 USA
12.2.6.1 USA Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.2.6.2 USA Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.2.6.3 USA Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.2.6.4 USA Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.2.7 Canada
12.2.7.1 Canada Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.2.7.2 Canada Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.2.7.3 Canada Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.2.7.4 Canada Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.2.8 Mexico
12.2.8.1 Mexico Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.2.8.2 Mexico Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.2.8.3 Mexico Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.2.8.4 Mexico Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3 Europe
12.3.1 Eastern Europe
12.3.1.1 Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by Country
12.3.1.2 Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.1.3 Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.1.4 Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.1.5 Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.1.6 Poland
12.3.1.6.1 Poland Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.1.6.2 Poland Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.1.6.3 Poland Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.1.6.4 Poland Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.1.7 Romania
12.3.1.7.1 Romania Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.1.7.2 Romania Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.1.7.3 Romania Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.1.7.4 Romania Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.1.8 Hungary
12.3.1.8.1 Hungary Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.1.8.2 Hungary Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.1.8.3 Hungary Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.1.8.4 Hungary Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.1.9 Turkey
12.3.1.9.1 Turkey Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.1.9.2 Turkey Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.1.9.3 Turkey Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.1.9.4 Turkey Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.1.10 Rest of Eastern Europe
12.3.1.10.1 Rest of Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.1.10.2 Rest of Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.1.10.3 Rest of Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.1.10.4 Rest of Eastern Europe Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2 Western Europe
12.3.2.1 Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by Country
12.3.2.2 Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.3 Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.4 Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.5 Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.6 Germany
12.3.2.6.1 Germany Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.6.2 Germany Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.6.3 Germany Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.6.4 Germany Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.7 France
12.3.2.7.1 France Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.7.2 France Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.7.3 France Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.7.4 France Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.8 UK
12.3.2.8.1 UK Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.8.2 UK Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.8.3 UK Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.8.4 UK Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.9 Italy
12.3.2.9.1 Italy Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.9.2 Italy Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.9.3 Italy Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.9.4 Italy Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.10 Spain
12.3.2.10.1 Spain Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.10.2 Spain Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.10.3 Spain Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.10.4 Spain Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.11 Netherlands
12.3.2.11.1 Netherlands Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.11.2 Netherlands Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.11.3 Netherlands Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.11.4 Netherlands Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.12 Switzerland
12.3.2.12.1 Switzerland Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.12.2 Switzerland Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.12.3 Switzerland Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.12.4 Switzerland Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.13 Austria
12.3.2.13.1 Austria Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.13.2 Austria Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.13.3 Austria Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.13.4 Austria Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.3.2.14 Rest of Western Europe
12.3.2.14.1 Rest of Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.3.2.14.2 Rest of Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.3.2.14.3 Rest of Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.3.2.14.4 Rest of Western Europe Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4 Asia-Pacific
12.4.1 Asia Pacific Dark Fiber Market by Country
12.4.2 Asia Pacific Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.3 Asia Pacific Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.4 Asia Pacific Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.5 Asia Pacific Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4.6 China
12.4.6.1 China Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.6.2 China Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.6.3 China Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.6.4 China Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4.7 India
12.4.7.1 India Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.7.2 India Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.7.3 India Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.7.4 India Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4.8 Japan
12.4.8.1 Japan Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.8.2 Japan Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.8.3 Japan Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.8.4 Japan Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4.9 South Korea
12.4.9.1 South Korea Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.9.2 South Korea Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.9.3 South Korea Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.9.4 South Korea Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4.10 Vietnam
12.4.10.1 Vietnam Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.10.2 Vietnam Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.10.3 Vietnam Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.10.4 Vietnam Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4.11 Singapore
12.4.11.1 Singapore Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.11.2 Singapore Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.11.3 Singapore Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.11.4 Singapore Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4.12 Australia
12.4.12.1 Australia Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.12.2 Australia Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.12.3 Australia Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.12.4 Australia Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.4.13 Rest of Asia-Pacific
12.4.13.1 Rest of Asia-Pacific Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.4.13.2 Rest of Asia-Pacific Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.4.13.3 Rest of Asia-Pacific Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.4.13.4 Rest of Asia-Pacific Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5 Middle East & Africa
12.5.1 Middle East
12.5.1.1 Middle East Dark Fiber Market by country
12.5.1.2 Middle East Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.1.3 Middle East Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.1.4 Middle East Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.1.5 Middle East Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.1.6 UAE
12.5.1.6.1 UAE Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.1.6.2 UAE Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.1.6.3 UAE Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.1.6.4 UAE Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.1.7 Egypt
12.5.1.7.1 Egypt Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.1.7.2 Egypt Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.1.7.3 Egypt Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.1.7.4 Egypt Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.1.8 Saudi Arabia
12.5.1.8.1 Saudi Arabia Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.1.8.2 Saudi Arabia Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.1.8.3 Saudi Arabia Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.1.8.4 Saudi Arabia Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.1.9 Qatar
12.5.1.9.1 Qatar Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.1.9.2 Qatar Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.1.9.3 Qatar Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.1.9.4 Qatar Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.1.10 Rest of Middle East
12.5.1.10.1 Rest of Middle East Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.1.10.2 Rest of Middle East Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.1.10.3 Rest of Middle East Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.1.10.4 Rest of Middle East Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.2. Africa
12.5.2.1 Africa Dark Fiber Market by country
12.5.2.2 Africa Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.2.3 Africa Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.2.4 Africa Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.2.5 Africa Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.2.6 Nigeria
12.5.2.6.1 Nigeria Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.2.6.2 Nigeria Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.2.6.3 Nigeria Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.2.6.4 Nigeria Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.2.7 South Africa
12.5.2.7.1 South Africa Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.2.7.2 South Africa Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.2.7.3 South Africa Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.2.7.4 South Africa Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.5.2.8 Rest of Africa
12.5.2.8.1 Rest of Africa Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.5.2.8.2 Rest of Africa Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.5.2.8.3 Rest of Africa Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.5.2.8.4 Rest of Africa Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.6. Latin America
12.6.1 Latin America Dark Fiber Market by country
12.6.2 Latin America Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.6.3 Latin America Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.6.4 Latin America Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.6.5 Latin America Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.6.6 Brazil
12.6.6.1 Brazil Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.6.6.2 Brazil Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.6.6.3 Brazil Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.6.6.4 Brazil Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.6.7 Argentina
12.6.7.1 Argentina Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.6.7.2 Argentina Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.6.7.3 Argentina Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.6.7.4 Argentina Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.6.8 Colombia
12.6.8.1 Colombia Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.6.8.2 Colombia Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.6.8.3 Colombia Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.6.8.4 Colombia Dark Fiber Market by End User
12.6.9 Rest of Latin America
12.6.9.1 Rest of Latin America Dark Fiber Market by Type
12.6.9.2 Rest of Latin America Dark Fiber Market by Network Type
12.6.9.3 Rest of Latin America Dark Fiber Market by Material
12.6.9.4 Rest of Latin America Dark Fiber Market by End User

13 Company Profile
13.1 AT&T (US)
13.1.1 Company Overview
13.1.2 Financials
13.1.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.1.4 SWOT Analysis
13.1.5 The SNS View
13.2 Verizon Communications, Inc. (US)
13.2.1 Company Overview
13.2.2 Financials
13.2.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.2.4 SWOT Analysis
13.2.5 The SNS View
13.3 CenturyLink (Lumen Technologies) (US)
13.3.1 Company Overview
13.3.2 Financials
13.3.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.3.4 SWOT Analysis
13.3.5 The SNS View
13.4 Colt Technology Services Group Limited (UK)
13.4 Company Overview
13.4.2 Financials
13.4.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.4.4 SWOT Analysis
13.4.5 The SNS View
13.5 Comcast Corporation (US)
13.5.1 Company Overview
13.5.2 Financials
13.5.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.5.4 SWOT Analysis
13.5.5 The SNS View
13.6 Consolidated Communications (US)
13.6.1 Company Overview
13.6.2 Financials
13.6.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.6.4 SWOT Analysis
13.6.5 The SNS View
13.7 Exa Infrastructure (GTT Communications, inc.) (US)
13.7.1 Company Overview
13.7.2 Financials
13.7.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.7.4 SWOT Analysis
13.7.5 The SNS View
13.8 CenturyLink, Inc. (US)
13.8.1 Company Overview
13.8.2 Financials
13.8.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.8.4 SWOT Analysis
13.8.5 The SNS View
13.9 NTT Communications Corporation (Japan)
13.9.1 Company Overview
13.9.2 Financials
13.9.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.9.4 SWOT Analysis
13.9.5 The SNS View
13.10 Verizon Communications, Inc. (US)
13.10.1 Company Overview
13.10.2 Financials
13.10.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.10.4 SWOT Analysis
13.10.5 The SNS View
13.11 Windstream Communications (US)
13.11.1 Company Overview
13.11.2 Financials
13.11.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.11.4 SWOT Analysis
13.11.5 The SNS View
13.12 Zayo Group, LLC (US)
13.12.1 Company Overview
13.12.2 Financials
13.12.3 Products/ Services Offered
13.12.4 SWOT Analysis
13.12.5 The SNS View

14. Competitive Landscape
14.1 Competitive Bench marking
14.2 Market Share Analysis
14.3 Recent Developments
14.3.1 Industry News
14.3.2 Company News
14.3.3 Mergers & Acquisitions

15. USE Cases and Best Practices

16. Conclusion

An accurate research report requires proper strategizing as well as implementation. There are multiple factors involved in the completion of good and accurate research report and selecting the best methodology to compete the research is the toughest part. Since the research reports we provide play a crucial role in any company’s decision-making process, therefore we at SNS Insider always believe that we should choose the best method which gives us results closer to reality. This allows us to reach at a stage wherein we can provide our clients best and accurate investment to output ratio.

Each report that we prepare takes a timeframe of 350-400 business hours for production. Starting from the selection of titles through a couple of in-depth brain storming session to the final QC process before uploading our titles on our website we dedicate around 350 working hours. The titles are selected based on their current market cap and the foreseen CAGR and growth.

 

The 5 steps process:

Step 1: Secondary Research:

Secondary Research or Desk Research is as the name suggests is a research process wherein, we collect data through the readily available information. In this process we use various paid and unpaid databases which our team has access to and gather data through the same. This includes examining of listed companies’ annual reports, Journals, SEC filling etc. Apart from this our team has access to various associations across the globe across different industries. Lastly, we have exchange relationships with various university as well as individual libraries.

Secondary Research

Step 2: Primary Research

When we talk about primary research, it is a type of study in which the researchers collect relevant data samples directly, rather than relying on previously collected data.  This type of research is focused on gaining content specific facts that can be sued to solve specific problems. Since the collected data is fresh and first hand therefore it makes the study more accurate and genuine.

We at SNS Insider have divided Primary Research into 2 parts.

Part 1 wherein we interview the KOLs of major players as well as the upcoming ones across various geographic regions. This allows us to have their view over the market scenario and acts as an important tool to come closer to the accurate market numbers. As many as 45 paid and unpaid primary interviews are taken from both the demand and supply side of the industry to make sure we land at an accurate judgement and analysis of the market.

This step involves the triangulation of data wherein our team analyses the interview transcripts, online survey responses and observation of on filed participants. The below mentioned chart should give a better understanding of the part 1 of the primary interview.

Primary Research

Part 2: In this part of primary research the data collected via secondary research and the part 1 of the primary research is validated with the interviews from individual consultants and subject matter experts.

Consultants are those set of people who have at least 12 years of experience and expertise within the industry whereas Subject Matter Experts are those with at least 15 years of experience behind their back within the same space. The data with the help of two main processes i.e., FGDs (Focused Group Discussions) and IDs (Individual Discussions). This gives us a 3rd party nonbiased primary view of the market scenario making it a more dependable one while collation of the data pointers.

Step 3: Data Bank Validation

Once all the information is collected via primary and secondary sources, we run that information for data validation. At our intelligence centre our research heads track a lot of information related to the market which includes the quarterly reports, the daily stock prices, and other relevant information. Our data bank server gets updated every fortnight and that is how the information which we collected using our primary and secondary information is revalidated in real time.

Data Bank Validation

Step 4: QA/QC Process

After all the data collection and validation our team does a final level of quality check and quality assurance to get rid of any unwanted or undesired mistakes. This might include but not limited to getting rid of the any typos, duplication of numbers or missing of any important information. The people involved in this process include technical content writers, research heads and graphics people. Once this process is completed the title gets uploader on our platform for our clients to read it.

Step 5: Final QC/QA Process:

This is the last process and comes when the client has ordered the study. In this process a final QA/QC is done before the study is emailed to the client. Since we believe in giving our clients a good experience of our research studies, therefore, to make sure that we do not lack at our end in any way humanly possible we do a final round of quality check and then dispatch the study to the client.

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