Top 8 Companies of Structured Cabling Market By IMIR Market Research

Published Date : 2023-Mar-16

Structured Cabling Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report Russia-Ukraine War and COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Component, By Application, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2022-2030.

According to a comprehensive study by Intellectual Market Insights Research, the global Structured Cabling Market was valued at USD 20 Billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 45 Billion by 2030, gaining at a CAGR of 25.35% from 2022 to 2030.

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  1. ABB Ltd.


About Us: ABB Ltd. is a Swedish-Swiss multinational corporation headquartered in Zürich, Switzerland. The company was formed in 1988 when Sweden's Allmänna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget (ASEA) and Switzerland's Brown, Boveri & Cie merged to create ASEA Brown Boveri, later simplified to the initials ABB. Both companies were established in the late 1800s and were major electrical equipment manufacturers, a business that ABB remains active in today. The company has also since expanded to robotics and automation technology.

The company had nearly 105,130 employees and had revenue of $29.4 Billion.


  1. Anixter International Inc.


About Us: Anixter International Inc. is a company based in Glenview, Illinois, United States and founded in 1957. The company supplies goods and services for communications, security, networking, audio-visual, and industrial control applications. The company operates with three major divisions: Network & Security Solutions, Electrical and Electronic Solutions, and Utility Power Solutions. Aerospace Hardware, once considered the fourth division, was sold by Anixter.

The company had nearly 6000+ employees and had revenue of $6.147 Billion.


  1. Fujitsu Limited


About Us: Fujitsu Limited is a Japanese multinational information and communications technology equipment and services corporation, established in 1935 and headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Fujitsu is the world's sixth-largest IT services provider by annual revenue, and the largest in Japan, in 2021. The hardware offerings from Fujitsu are mainly of personal and enterprise computing products, including x86, SPARC and mainframe compatible server products, although the corporation and its subsidiaries also offer a diversity of products and services in the areas of data storage, telecommunications, advanced microelectronics, and air conditioning.

 It has approximately 126,400 employees and its products and services are available in approximately 180 countries. The company had revenue of $29.477 Billion.


  1. CommScope


About Us: CommScope is an American network infrastructure provider based in Hickory, North Carolina, United States. CommScope was originally a product line of Superior Continental Cable, which was founded in 1953. CommScope designs and manufactures network infrastructure products. It has four business segments: home networks, broadband networks, venue and campus Networks, and outdoor wireless networks.

The company had nearly 30,000+ employees and had revenue of $8.59 Billion.


  1. Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.


About Us: Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd. is a Japanese electric and electronics equipment company established in 1884 and headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Furukawa was a Japanese businessman who founded one of the fifteen largest industrial conglomerates in Japan.

The company had nearly 50,867 employees and had revenue of $7.529 Billion.


  1. General Cable


About Us: General Cable is an American multinational cable manufacturing company Founded in 1927 and headquartered in Highland Heights, Kentucky, with sales offices and manufacturing facilities in several countries. General Cable manufactures and distributes copper, aluminum, and optical fiber cables which are frequently used in the construction, industrial, specialty and communications sectors.

The company had nearly 8,500 employees and had revenue of $3 Billion.


  1. The Siemon Company


About Us: The Siemon Company is an American telecommunications company founded in 1903 and headquartered in Watertown, CT, United States, that provides IT infrastructure hardware and services for Data Centers, Local Area Networks (LANs) and Intelligent Buildings. The Siemon Company offers copper and optical fiber cabling systems, cabinets, racks, cable management, data center power and cooling systems.

The Siemon Company began manufacturing of a three-pole connecting block for AT&T. AT&T's three-pole connecting blocks were ceramic and fragile. Carl Siemon manufactured a durable plastic version identical to the AT&T block and became a supplier for AT&T and the later "Baby Bells."

The company had nearly 1,000 employees and had revenue of $500 Million.


  1. Nexans S.A


About Us: Nexans S.A. is a global company in the cable and optical fiber industry headquartered in Paris, France. It is the world's second largest manufacturer of cables the Group had industrial presence in 34 countries with over 26,000 employees and sales of around €6.4 billion. Nexans was founded in 2000 as a business unit of the telecommunications firm Alcatel after its acquisition of a number of companies in the cable sector.

The company had revenue of $250 Million.

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