Network Cabling Industry
Recent projections show that the network cabling industry is large and profitable and continues to grow worldwide. As the network cabling market increases over the next couple of years, a study from Bishop and Associates projects that the yearly revenue of the cabling industry will top eight billion dollars, and keep growing from their. There are several hubs or new fronts of the structured cabling game, areas where this growth is particularly felt. These new markets are good to keep in mind as technology is designed and structured cabling professionals look for new fronts to develop their businesses into.
South America Network Cabling
South America, particularly Brazil, Peru and the island nations are going through a shift. As governments stabilize and urban centers grow in size and population, these South American nations develop technology, manufacturing and corporate business, the demand fro computer networking and the easy stream of information increases. As much of this development is funded by or partnered with companies born in Europe or the U.S., there are usually preexisting relationships with structured cabling organizations. However, the job and education growth for local technicians and cablers is ever growing as more cabling is required, and opportunities present themselves to South American citizens who seek economic growth at home.
Network Cabling in Africa
A large continent, Africa is often overlooked as a new field for businesses because of the few truly devastated and war torn regions. Especially in West Africa, North Africa and the nation of South Africa, industry and economy are growing. While business ventures in Africa are still viewed as calculated risks, there are some endeavors that are more concrete and safer than others. And, as far as the riskier ventures are concerned, the profit to be made generally stands to be more because of that risk. These African regions are beginning to grow a middle class. As universities open and colonial infrastructures turn more to the hands of the local populace more people require cable networks both at work and in the home. Colonial wealth is still present, and larger homes and compounds will still provide a safe measure of cabling investment. As more africans leave the rural villages to more towards the urban opportunities of the larger cities, cabling is an industry that promises to grow, particularly along the coasts and in densely populated areas. Tourism is also getting to be a bigger industry in Africa and as foreigners come to visit they will expect the networking comforts of home and local organizations will seek to satisfy them.
India Network Cabling
A nation and a continent, India has many different regions that function socially and economically with great diversity. With a Huge population, and more than a handful of large cities, India is perhaps the biggest and more untapped market in the global economy. While economic and cultural diversity is large, the middle class is ever growing and with it, the demand for cabling to watch TV, access the internet and conduct businesses. Moving away from the internet cafe structure, more and more Indians desire the comforts of the internet within their own homes. There is also a bursting young generation of educated and qualified professionals, both the grow the industry of structured cabling, and to grow the industries that require it in the nation of India.