Nokia Ranked No.1 In India’s Optical Networks Market By Omdia - GADGET-INNOVATIONS

nokia ranked no.1 india's optical network market




Nokia gained significant market share and ranked as the leader in India's optical networks segment in 2020


Nokia today announced that it has been ranked as the leader in optical networks in India by market share, according to Omdia, a leading independent global research firm. Nokia grew by more than 10% last year, acquiring over 25% market share to gain the top position in India’s optical networks market, according to the recent Omdia report on market share analysis. Nokia's comprehensive and innovative product portfolio coupled with its strong presence in the country has enabled it to consistently increase its share in the optical networks.  

Nokia has differentiated itself by offering cutting-edge optical networks products for all segments of the communications network. Its extensive range of products also includes unique solutions for Data Center Interconnect (DCI) and the enterprise market. Developed by Nokia Bell Labs, Nokia’s super coherent Digital Signal Processors (DSP) - Photonic Service Engine (PSE) - uses the pathbreaking modulation technique of Probabilistic Constellation Shaping (PCS) to advance the optical fiber transmission capacity to the Shannon Limit*. 


This helps the service providers achieve better spectral efficiency while providing higher bandwidth and better reach. Service providers also benefit from lower power consumption, lower footprints, and lowest cost per bit transport. 

According to Omdia's market share analysis report, India’s optical networks market is more than $415 million, spread across all layers of telecom networks, including backhaul, access, aggregation and National Long Distance. This is set to grow in the next few years because of continuous growth in mobile data consumption. Overall average data usage per month registered a CAGR of 76% from 2015-2020, touching 13.5GB in December 2020, according to Nokia’s MBiT Index 2021. The service providers are hard-pressed to cost-effectively enhance the capacity of the transmission network.  

13th May 2021 New Delhi, India