Telecommunications Networking Equipment Manufacturing in Canada
The Telecommunications Networking Equipment Manufacturing industry in Canada is a mere fragment of what it was in 2000, but the industry has expanded over the five years to 2019. This historical decay is primarily the result of competition from foreign companies that have more efficient cost structures and lower manufacturing costs alongside the technological displacement of many fixed telecom products. Similar to many Canadian-produced goods, the majority of industry exports target US markets. The steep depreciation of the Canadian dollar over the five years to 2019 has contributed to a boost in exports, which has provided domestic operators with powerful expansion opportunities. Canadian manufacturers' sluggish response to the changing nature of the manufacturing sector has given industry counterparts in emerging economies time to grow into robust competitors. Manufacturers also have developed capabilities to compete with Canadian manufacturers in terms of high value-added goods.
Operators in this industry manufacture wired (voice and data) telecommunications equipment, including telephone switching systems, telephones, answering machines, data bridges, routers, modems and gateways. This industry has increasingly focused on manufacturing internet protocol-based telecommunications and networking equipment.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
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