OIDA Market Update August 2015

OIDA Market Update August 2015

Highlights include optical communications, and early-stage photonics companies, and the executive summary of the EPIC-Tematys report distributed in July, 72 pages.

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The OIDA Market Update brings the Annual Market Report to OIDA members and the industry in a series of bi-monthly installments. Each update features key topics in optics and photonics markets, including particular sectors or market segments, regional trends, and recent areas of focus for OIDA, and which are not available in another form in the industry today. The Market Update also features more detail on topics that are reported by OIDA elsewhere in presentations and in the OIDA newsletter. The material is presented in a user-friendly format as a set of slides with accompanying narration.


Highlights in this OIDA Update:

  • Optical communications.  Highlights from the Next Generation Optical Networking conference held in Nice, France on 22-25 June 2015.  The section features developments in the following areas: transport network evolution; regional and metro, including inter-data center links;  data center interconnect.
  • Early-stage companies.  We feature small companies in the photonics community with promising early-stage products ranging in maturity, location, potential market size, funding, and technology.
  • EPIC-Tematys report executive summary.  We provide the first 32 slides of the EPIC-Tematys report that OIDA distributed in July to members.  The report examines photonics for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) in automobiles.  The full report is available on the OIDA website.  Per our agreement with EPIC, contents of the report cannot be shared with anyone outside a current OIDA member company.