Digital CATV services will generate higher performance requirements from infrastructure components that will be suited to GaAs semiconductor capabilities, according to the latest Strategy Analytics study, "GaAs Will Drive Digital CATV Revolution." By 2009, GaAs-based MMICs and hybrids will account for 75 percent of the total semiconductor content in CATV infrastructure markets, with demand growing at a CAAGR
of 18 percent.
However, the total market for GaAs substrates (bulk and epitaxial) will only grow at a CAAGR
of 7 percent from USD387m in 2003 to reach USD541m in 2008.
Stuttgart, Germany, June 25, 2011 --(PR.com)-- In the year 2016, InfoCom expects the Philippines mobile subscriber base reach a 107% penetration rate, growing at 4% (CAAGR
, from 2011).
For one, mobile non-voice services revenues already comprise more than 25% of mobile service revenues generated in 2010 and they are expected to increase significantly while total mobile service revenues growing at an annual average rate (CAAGR
) of only 2% in the next four years.