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Senior Principal Analyst, Optical Components
Lisa Huff covers optical components in the telecommunications industry. She has expertise not only in optical components, but also in data centers, networking equipment and connectivity. Her focus is on optical components in data communications applications.
Lisa joined Omdia, formerly Ovum, in March 2018. She brings great industry expertise, with more than 30 years in the communications, IT and electronics industries. Lisa joined us from Discerning Analytics, where she was the owner and principal analyst. In addition, Lisa is a Certified Data Center Management Professional (CDCMP®) and a degreed electrical engineer with experience in data centers, LAN, optical components, copper and fiber connectors and cabling.
Lisa has authored more than 50 technical papers and market research reports. She is a successful project manager with proven revenue-generating abilities.
Kateryna is a principal analyst with Omdia’s Service Provider Networks team, focusing on optical networks/components, switch routing, and access markets. She combines her experience in market research and business analysis to provide quantitative analysis of market size and trends within the industry. Kateryna’s key responsibility is leading the ongoing development of Omdia’s renowned market share research. She plays a central role in ongoing client engagement. Her main interests lie in market sizing and financial analysis. She focuses on development and implementation of robust estimation models to measure, monitor, and report on the market development.Prior to joining the Service Provider Networks team, Kateryna worked as a business analyst focusing on introducing process efficiencies and development and implementation of transparent methodologies and frameworks to measure, monitor, report, and improve corporate analytics and product quality. She holds a master’s degree with a concentration in business analysis from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and a professional certification in marketing from the University of California, Berkeley.
Co-packaged Optics in the ICP Data Center – 2022 Update
Report / 26 Apr 2022 / Lisa Huff
Some ICP data centers are concerned about the rise in power consumption of their optical pluggable devices. Since 2019, there has been an effort afoot to develop co-packaged optics in order to reduce this power consumption. This report details the current state of this effort.
ICP Data Center Optical Components Market Landscape – May 2021
Report / 26 May 2021 / Lisa Huff
This market landscape includes the market share analysis for optical components sold into internet content provider data center networks. It also includes a forecast for these components.
OC Market Share ICP Data Centers 2019–20
Data / 26 May 2021 / Tanya Harris
This spreadsheet contains the market share of companies selling optical components into ICP data center networks including companies like Intel, InnoLight, Accelink, AOI, Broadcom, II-VI, and others.
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