North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market - Forecast(2020 - 2025)

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Overview

North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market size is $264 million in 2018 and expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.64% during the forecast period 2020-2025. The upsurge in industrialization and rapid development in the IT industry enabled users to switch to Ethernet cables from other networking methods which have been escalating the growth of North America Industrial Ethernet Cable market. These cables can also be used for data transmission over short and long distances through copper cables, fiber optic cables, twisted pair cables and other cables. The benefits associated with these cables and advancement in technologies have further increased the North America Industrial Ethernet Cable market share.

Report Coverage

The report: “North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Industry Outlook – Forecast (2020-2025)”, by IndustryARC, covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market. Key Takeaways

  • U.S. dominates the North America Industrial Ethernet Cable market owing to the presence of more number of players and increasing investments on industrial infrastructure.
  • The benefits associated with industrial Ethernet cables are high data transfer speed, increased reliability and lower chances of interface, low-security threats, and easy installation have been driving the demand for industrial Ethernet cables over wireless or Bluetooth connectivity.
  • High adoption of advanced technologies such as automation and Internet of Things (IoT) in North American industries is set to boost the demand of the industrial Ethernet cables, thereby driving the market growth.
  • Aerospace and Defense sector has dominated the application segment of Ethernet cables owing to the high need of security and internet connection.

Protocol - Segment Analysis

Ethernet/IP holds the major share in North America Industrial Ethernet Cable market. With increasing automation technology and process control in industries, there has been wide adoption of Ethernet/IP protocol for cables. The industrial Ethernet protocols are designed with this protocol in order to withstand against vibration, oil, dust, heat, electromagnetic noise and other industrial conditions. This protocol allows for maximum flexibility for future system expansion, including the ability to add digital input/output (I/O) or remote sensors at any time. It can also perform control and configuration management and exchange data which results in cut down of the amount of wiring required for a system, thereby reducing wiring costs, and saves time and money. This set to drive the market growth.

Application - Segment Analysis

Aerospace and Defense has been the primary application for North America Industrial Ethernet Cable market and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.35% during forecast period 2020-2025. There has been growing adoption of Ethernet cables in North America aerospace and defense industry owing to significant increasing investments on this sector. For instance, according to Stockholm international peace research institute (SIPRI), the military expenditure has been increased from $631 billion to $670 billion in North America. Additionally, there has been an increasing number of aircrafts and unmanned aerial vehicles which further provide opportunities for industrial Ethernet cables in North America region.

Geography - Segment Analysis

U.S. dominated the North America Industrial Ethernet Cable market with a share of 75.28%, followed by Canada and Mexico. Early adoption of advanced technologies and high investment in industrial infrastructure set to drive the industrial Ethernet cables industry in the U.S. region. Need for faster internet connectivity, secure and reliable transmission medium in industries and dependence of large amounts of industrial and broadcasting applications on advanced technology have also been fueling the market growth. Growing demand for fiber-optic Ethernet cable applications and a significant increase in the number of internet users across various applications is anticipated to boost the growth of the market.

Drivers – North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market

  • Advancements in Technology

There has increasing adoption of automation or process control technologies in various industries such as automotive, aerospace, food and beverage, oil and gas and other industries in North American countries majorly in the U.S. Automation reduces the degree of manual operation required, thereby increasing the throughput rates as well as ensuring minimum human intervention. Growing importance on automating several manufacturing processes is likely to augment the demand for industrial Ethernet cables in North America. Industrial Ethernet cables plays a major role in automation systems to pass the data through the system at high rates and the digital performance of a network is subject to the active devices such as the switches and controllers which set to drive the market growth.

  • High reliability and low-security threats

Ethernet cables are extensively used in various industries and broadcast applications, where the reliability of the connection is a serious concern. As compared to other cable networking techniques, Ethernet cables are very reliable in industries which has been fueling the market growth.  Additionally, these cables are also well-shielded and provide better immunity to noise and other security threats as the internet connection has been delivered through cables and can only be connected if the device is physically plugged into the router, thereby providing a better secure gateway for data transfer.

Challenges – North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market

  • Increasing application of wireless networks

As North America is the fastest region in early adoption of advanced technologies, there has been increasing adoption of wireless networks which set to hamper the growth of North America industrial Ethernet cable industry.  For instance, Cat 5 industrial Ethernet cables are prone to electrical and radio interference. This cable is also not suitable for transferring data over short distances which cause a big problem in the network connection and this hampers the growth of the market.

Market Landscape

Acquisitions and R&D activities are the key strategies adopted by players in the North America Industrial Ethernet Cable market. The market of North America Industrial Ethernet Cable top 10 companies are Belden Inc, General Cable Technologies Corporation, Siemon, Schneider Electric, Anixter Inc, Siemens, Hitachi, Ltd, Rockwell Automation, Inc, Prysmian Group, and among others.     

Acquisitions/Technology Launches

  • In May 2019, Belden Inc which holds a leading position in the North America industrial Ethernet cable market share had acquired Opterna, one of the leading provider of fiber optic and other cables. This acquisition had made Belden in strengthening its position, thereby driving the market growth.
  • In June 2018, Prysmian Group had acquired General Cable Corporation which is one of the leading providers of cables in order to expand its global footprint and enhance its market share. This acquisition further helps Prysmian Group in holding one of the leading position in North America Industrial Ethernet cables market share. 

1. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – Overview
2. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – Executive Summary 
3. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable – Market Landscape
3.1. Market Share Analysis
3.2. Comparative Analysis
3.2.1. Product Benchmarking
3.2.2. End User Profiling
3.2.3. Patent Analysis
4. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable – Market Forces
4.1. Drivers
4.2. Constraints & Challenges
4.3. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
4.3.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
4.3.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers
4.3.3. Threat of New Entrants
4.3.4. Threat of Substitutes
4.3.5. Degree of Competition
5. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – Strategic Analysis
5.1. Value Chain Analysis
5.2. Pricing Analysis
5.3. Opportunities Analysis
5.4. Product/Market Life cycle Analysis
6. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By Type
6.1. Introduction
6.2. CAT 5
6.3. CAT 5e
6.4. CAT 6
6.5. CAT 6a
6.6. CAT 7
6.7. CAT 7a
6.8. Others (CAT 3 and CAT 8)
7. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By Protocol
7.1. Ethernet/IP
7.2. EtherCAT
7.3. Powerlink
7.4. Profinet IRT
7.5. Sercos III
7.6. Others
8. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By IP Rating (Ingress Protection Rating)
8.1. IP20
8.2. IP67
8.3. IP68
8.4. IP67/68
8.5. IP65
8.6. IP 65/67
8.7. IP00
8.8. Others
9. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By Conductor Type
9.1. Shielded
9.1.1. Solid
9.1.2. Stranded
9.2. Unshielded
9.2.1. Solid
9.2.2. Stranded
9.3. Double Shielded
10. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By Pairing Type
10.1. Bonded
10.2. Non-Bonded (Twisted)
11. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By Position and Contacts
11.1. 8p4c
11.2. 8p8c
11.3. Others
12. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By Armour Rating
12.1. Armoured
12.2. Unarmoured
13. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By Application
13.1. Introduction
13.2. Aerospace and Defence
13.3. Automotive and Transportation
13.4. Oil and Gas
13.5. Mining and Metal
13.6. Electrical and Electronics
13.7. Energy and Power
13.8. Chemical
13.9. Water and Wastewater Management
13.10. Food and Beverage
13.11. Others
14. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable Market – By Geography
14.1. Introduction
14.2. U.S.
14.3. Canada
14.4. Mexico
15. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable – Market Entropy
15.1. Expansion
15.2. Technological Developments
15.3. Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures
15.4. Supply- Contract
16. North America Industrial Ethernet Cable – Company Profiles
16.1. Company 1
16.2. Company 2
16.3. Company 3
16.4. Company 4
16.5. Company 5
16.6. Company 6
16.7. Company 7
16.8. Company 8
16.9. Company 9
More than 10 companies have been profiled in this report
17. Appendix
17.1. Abbreviations
17.2. Sources
17.3. Research Methodology
17.4. Bibliography
17.5. Compilation of Expert Insights
17.6. Disclaimer