Daryl Inniss leads Ovum’s Components research stream that focuses on optical communications in telecom and datacom networks. Daryl’s research includes forecasts, market share, and supplier and technology analyses. He recently completed the 2012 Optical Components forecast that highlights 100G components and is currently researching datacenter bandwidth demand.
Daryl holds over 20 years of telecom experience including employment at JDSU and Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories. He has published more than 25 technical papers, presented invited papers at numerous conferences, and has been awarded 15 patents. Daryl holds a PhD in Chemistry from UCLA and an AB from Princeton University.