The Ethernet switch market revenue increased 8.1 percent to $7.3 billion in the third quarter of 2018, IDC report said.
Ethernet switch growth markets
Asia Pacific excluding Japan +15.8 percent
Indonesia +40.2 percent
Taiwan +27.8 percent
China +15.8 percent
Japan +4 percent
Middle East and Africa +7.8 percent
Qatar +33 percent
Egypt +33 percent
Russia +26.5 percent
Western Europe +7.3 percent
Portugal +52.2 percent
Finland +25.6 percent
United States +5.9 percent
Canada +6 percent
Cisco has achieved 3.8 percent year-over-year increase in Ethernet switch revenues grabbing market share of 54.4 percent.
Huawei’s Ethernet switch revenue rose 21.3 percent year on year but fell 7.5 percent quarter on quarter with market share of 8.6 percent.
Arista Networks’ Ethernet switch revenues increased 27.6 percent, grabbing 6.6 percent share of the market against 5.6 percent a year earlier.
HPE’s Ethernet switch revenue grew 12 percent year over year but fell 4.9 percent quarter on quarter. HPE’s Ethernet switch market share rose to 5.7 percent, up from 5.5 percent a year earlier.
Juniper’s Ethernet switch revenue grew 3.8 percent, bringing its share to 3 percent.
Total enterprise and service provider (SP) router market revenue declined 5.1 percent to $3.7 billion in Q3.
Service provider router market revenue, which accounts for 76.2 percent of revenue, fell by 7.3 percent. The enterprise router market grew 2.5 percent.
Service provider and enterprise router market
Unite States –24.4 percent
Asia Pacific including Japan +7.6 percent
Japan –20 percent
Middle East and Africa +8.4 percent
Latin American –2.3 percent
Cisco’s service provider and enterprise router revenue declined 2.2 percent year over year, with enterprise router revenue increasing 4.1 percent but service provider revenues declining 5.3 percent.
Cisco’s service provider and enterprise router market share increased to 42.7 percent from 35.7 percent last quarter.
Huawei’s service provider and enterprise router revenue rose 2.2 percent year over year with a market share of 23.5 percent.
Juniper’s enterprise and service provider router sales fell 15.2 percent, bringing its market share in the router market to 13.4 percent.