According to the new Q4 data from Synergy Research Group, the service provider router revenues grew by 1.4% in 2013, with the industry witnessing Juniper and Alcatel-Lucent surpassing the overall market growth rate and gaining market share. While Juniper records strongest growth last year achieving over 13% growth, Cisco remains the dominant vendor with a 47% of the full-year 2013 market but with its revenue share eroded 5% from 49% in Q1. For the full year, Alcatel-Lucent was the second ranked vendor with an 18% market share, followed by Juniper with 17%.
In Q4, total service provider router revenues came in at $3.2 billion, a marginal increase on the previous year, while full-year 2013 revenues reached $12.7 billion. Core routers accounted for 19% of Q4 revenues, while edge routers accounted for 62% and Ethernet access-aggregation devices 19%. North America remained the biggest region accounting for 36% of worldwide revenues, while the EMEA region saw the biggest growth and reached record levels.
Source - Synergy