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Ciena's Suppliers Performance

CIEN's Supply Chain

 
CIEN Costs vs Sales of Suppliers Growth Ciena's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 14.75 % year on year in Q1 2021, sequentially sales grew by 25.8 %, Ciena's cost of sales deteriorated by % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 5.58 % in Q1.

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Ciena's Suppliers recorded increase in sales by 14.75 % year on year in Q1 2021, sequentially sales grew by 25.8 %, Ciena's cost of sales deteriorated by -12.32 % year on year, sequentially cost of sales grew by 5.58 % in Q1.

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Ciena's Comment on Supply Chain


Operations and Supply Chain Management

Operations personnel within our global products group manage our relationships with our third party manufacturers and manage our supply chain. In addition, this team also addresses component procurement and sourcing, product testing and quality, fulfillment and logistics relating to our sales, support and professional services, and distribution efforts.

We utilize a global sourcing strategy that emphasizes procurement of materials and product manufacturing in lower cost regions. We rely upon third party contract manufacturers, with facilities in Canada, Mexico, Thailand and the United States, to perform nearly all of the manufacturing of our products. We also rely upon third party supply partners to perform design and prototype development, component sourcing, full production, final assembly, testing and customer order fulfillment. As a result, we are exposed to risks associated with the business continuity of these third parties and other events or conditions affecting the locations where they operate. We are also exposed to risks associated with their markets and business practices including the level of corruption or protection of intellectual property. To address customer concerns and to mitigate the related risks to our business, operations and intellectual property, we have been reducing the reliance of our supply chain upon suppliers in China and are currently transitioning, or expect to transition, the procurement of certain components and the manufacture and assembly of our product platforms to alternate locations.


We are currently utilizing a direct order fulfillment model for the sale of certain products, and are engaged in initiatives to expand this model to a broader set of products. This model allows us to rely on our third party contract manufacturers to perform final system integration and testing prior to shipment of products from their facilities directly to our customers. For certain products, we continue to perform a portion of the system assembly, software application, final system integration and testing internally. We believe that our sourcing and manufacturing strategy allows us to conserve capital, lower costs of product sales, adjust quickly to changes in market demand, and operate without dedicating significant resources to manufacturing-related plant and equipment. As part of our effort to optimize our operations, we continue to focus on driving cost reductions through sourcing, design and engineering efforts, rationalizing our supply chain and consolidating distribution sites and service logistics partners. These efforts include process optimization and initiatives, such as vendor-managed inventory models, to drive improved efficiencies in our sourcing, logistics and fulfillment.

Our manufacturers procure components necessary for assembly and manufacture of our products based on our specifications, approved vendor lists, bills of materials and testing and quality standards. Our manufacturers' activity is based on rolling forecasts that we provide to them to estimate demand for our products. This build-to-forecast purchase model exposes us to the risk that our customers will not order those products for which we have forecast sales, or will purchase less than we have forecast. As a result, we incur carrying charges or obsolete material charges for components purchased by our manufacturers. We work closely with our manufacturers to manage material, quality, cost and delivery times, and we continually evaluate their services to ensure performance on a reliable and cost-effective basis.

Our products include some components that are proprietary in nature, only available from one or a small number of suppliers, or manufactured by sole or limited sources responsible for production. If component supplies become limited, production at a manufacturer is disrupted or we experience difficulty in our relationship with a key supplier or manufacturer, we may encounter manufacturing delays that could adversely affect our business.


Ciena's Comment on Supply Chain


Operations and Supply Chain Management

Operations personnel within our global products group manage our relationships with our third party manufacturers and manage our supply chain. In addition, this team also addresses component procurement and sourcing, product testing and quality, fulfillment and logistics relating to our sales, support and professional services, and distribution efforts.

We utilize a global sourcing strategy that emphasizes procurement of materials and product manufacturing in lower cost regions. We rely upon third party contract manufacturers, with facilities in Canada, Mexico, Thailand and the United States, to perform nearly all of the manufacturing of our products. We also rely upon third party supply partners to perform design and prototype development, component sourcing, full production, final assembly, testing and customer order fulfillment. As a result, we are exposed to risks associated with the business continuity of these third parties and other events or conditions affecting the locations where they operate. We are also exposed to risks associated with their markets and business practices including the level of corruption or protection of intellectual property. To address customer concerns and to mitigate the related risks to our business, operations and intellectual property, we have been reducing the reliance of our supply chain upon suppliers in China and are currently transitioning, or expect to transition, the procurement of certain components and the manufacture and assembly of our product platforms to alternate locations.


We are currently utilizing a direct order fulfillment model for the sale of certain products, and are engaged in initiatives to expand this model to a broader set of products. This model allows us to rely on our third party contract manufacturers to perform final system integration and testing prior to shipment of products from their facilities directly to our customers. For certain products, we continue to perform a portion of the system assembly, software application, final system integration and testing internally. We believe that our sourcing and manufacturing strategy allows us to conserve capital, lower costs of product sales, adjust quickly to changes in market demand, and operate without dedicating significant resources to manufacturing-related plant and equipment. As part of our effort to optimize our operations, we continue to focus on driving cost reductions through sourcing, design and engineering efforts, rationalizing our supply chain and consolidating distribution sites and service logistics partners. These efforts include process optimization and initiatives, such as vendor-managed inventory models, to drive improved efficiencies in our sourcing, logistics and fulfillment.

Our manufacturers procure components necessary for assembly and manufacture of our products based on our specifications, approved vendor lists, bills of materials and testing and quality standards. Our manufacturers' activity is based on rolling forecasts that we provide to them to estimate demand for our products. This build-to-forecast purchase model exposes us to the risk that our customers will not order those products for which we have forecast sales, or will purchase less than we have forecast. As a result, we incur carrying charges or obsolete material charges for components purchased by our manufacturers. We work closely with our manufacturers to manage material, quality, cost and delivery times, and we continually evaluate their services to ensure performance on a reliable and cost-effective basis.

Our products include some components that are proprietary in nature, only available from one or a small number of suppliers, or manufactured by sole or limited sources responsible for production. If component supplies become limited, production at a manufacturer is disrupted or we experience difficulty in our relationship with a key supplier or manufacturer, we may encounter manufacturing delays that could adversely affect our business.



CIEN's Suppliers Net Income grew by CIEN's Suppliers Net margin grew in Q1 to
19.84 %


Ciena Corp's Suppliers Sales Growth in Q1 2021 by Industry

Suppliers in Chemical Manufacturing Industry      9.87 %
Suppliers in Chemicals - Plastics & Rubber Industry -23.85 %   
Suppliers in Iron & Steel Industry      17.63 %
Suppliers in Metal Mining Industry      44.46 %
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Fabricated Products Industry      8.54 %
Suppliers in Aerospace & Defense Industry -18.71 %   
Suppliers in Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industry      22.73 %
Suppliers in Industrial Machinery and Components Industry      77.68 %
Suppliers in Conglomerates Industry      4.64 %
Suppliers in Appliance & Tool Industry      6.46 %
Suppliers in Auto & Truck Parts Industry      19.56 %
Suppliers in Electric & Wiring Equipment Industry      0.14 %
Suppliers in Food Processing Industry      21.62 %
Suppliers in Property & Casualty Insurance Industry    
Suppliers in Medical Equipment & Supplies Industry      66.86 %
Suppliers in Communications Equipment Industry      14.49 %
Suppliers in Computer Hardware Industry      7.03 %
Suppliers in Computer Networks Industry      6.9 %
Suppliers in Internet Services & Social Media Industry      20.62 %
Suppliers in Electronic Instruments & Controls Industry      5.36 %
Suppliers in Scientific & Technical Instruments Industry      55.89 %
Suppliers in Semiconductors Industry      20.06 %
Suppliers in Software & Programming Industry      19.57 %
     
• CIEN Suppliers Valuation • CIEN Segment Rev. Growth • CIEN Segment Inc. Growth • CIEN Suppliers Mgmt. Effect.





CIEN's vs. Suppliers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Ciena Corp 8,818 3,396 366 5,161
Agilent Technologies inc 47,064 5,530 810 21,400
Applied Optoelectronics Inc 194 244 -57 3,054
Abb Ltd 77,767 26,134 5,205 135,000
Adobe Inc 301,043 14,292 5,889 12,499
Analog Devices Inc 60,909 6,202 1,561 9,600
Alpine 4 Holdings Inc 0 33 -14 132
Applied Materials Inc 128,325 19,827 4,432 14,000
Ambarella Inc 3,389 244 -40 706
Applied Micro Circuits Corp 0 0 0 507
Advanced Micro Devices Inc 113,437 11,422 2,883 10,671
Amkor Technology Inc 5,631 5,224 396 29,300
Amplitech Group Inc 22 3 -2 5
American Superconductor Corp 382 87 -22 354
Air Products And Chemicals Inc 64,590 9,263 1,916 19,700
Mdc Holdings Inc 847 806 14 253
Airgas Inc 0 0 0 17,000
Arris International Plc 5,851 6,709 90 8,700
Asml Holding Nv 313,545 15,656 3,980 7,955
Astrotech Corp 19 0 -8 42
Ase Technology Holding Co Ltd 36,062 16,986 1,020 0
Allegheny Technologies Incorporated 2,614 2,719 -1,586 9,700
Atomera Inc 382 1 -15 16
Astronics Corporation 532 494 -108 2,000
Broadcom Inc 207,271 25,553 4,883 0
Barnes Group Inc 2,532 1,095 53 5,036
Bel Fuse Inc 27 472 20 0
Bonso Electronics International Inc 33 13 0 528
Box Inc 3,268 703 -134 1,784
Broadcom Corp 0 0 0 8,000
Berkshire Hathaway Inc 521,415 245,728 18,963 0
Cavium, Inc. 6,006 985 -60 1,895
Cmc Materials Inc 4,146 1,127 -47 1,179
Comtech Telecommunications Corp 611 586 -80 1,852
Cpi International Holding Corp. 0 0 0 1,880
Cree Inc 10,432 687 -414 0
Cirrus Logic Inc 5,054 1,369 217 1,596
Cisco Systems Inc 234,065 48,846 10,218 70,000
Cts Corporation 1,110 449 43 322
Convergys Corp. 2,397 2,739 113 0
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation 9,807 2,205 40 6,099
Dupont De Nemours Inc 45,000 19,152 3,085 63,000
Dell Technologies Inc 75,787 93,797 5,915 0
Danaher Corporation 214,375 26,720 5,611 71,000
Dover Corp 23,841 6,947 1,389 27,000
Dow Inc 45,257 46,185 4,191 53,000
Dsp Group Inc 351 119 -6 328
Emcore Corp 296 133 6 364
Eastman Chemical Co 15,153 8,641 506 15,000
Emerson Electric Co 59,406 17,064 2,157 103,500
Esco Technologies inc 2,414 714 27 3,254
Eaton Corporation Plc 62,833 17,914 1,436 102,000
Freeport mcmoran Inc 51,976 16,250 2,367 35,000
Franklin Wireless Corp 104 211 22 67
Finisar Corp 2,834 1,243 -43 13,000
Formfactor inc 2,905 719 82 1,685
Fuller H B Co 3,416 2,972 143 4,400
Gcp Applied Technologies Inc 1,630 909 101 2,900
Gsi Technology Inc 131 28 -22 157
Hortonworks, Inc. 1,118 285 -192 1,175
Harmonic Inc 818 412 -13 1,244
Honeywell International Inc 160,749 33,959 5,055 131,000
Hp inc 36,463 57,667 3,234 0
Hubbell Inc 10,696 4,174 359 16,200
International Business Machines Corporation 127,446 73,779 5,370 379,592
Integrated Device Technology Inc 6,435 843 -12 1,821
Ieh Corp 32 32 3 160
Ii vi Incorporated 8,013 3,044 267 0
Intel Corporation 216,452 77,615 18,555 106,700
Adesto Technologies Corporation 383 110 -31 102
Inphi Corp 9,075 683 -60 616
Communications Systems Inc 65 44 -4 447
Kla Corporation 49,769 6,453 1,855 5,880
Kulicke and Soffa Industries Inc 3,451 936 147 2,778
Kmg Chemicals Inc 1,211 466 65 626
Kvh Industries Inc 219 164 -20 604
Kyocera Corp 20,233 13,537 1,045 75,940
Lear Corp 10,116 17,942 376 136,200
Linear Technology Corp 0 1,317 426 4,868
Lam Research Corporation 92,589 13,273 3,460 7,300
Lattice Semiconductor Corp 7,655 427 58 834
Lightwave Logic Inc 994 0 -7 10
Lsb Industries Inc 234 366 -56 610
Microwave Filter Co Inc 2 4 0 37
Mellanox Technologies ltd 7,199 1,331 205 2,448
3m Company 117,547 32,960 5,721 89,800
Model N Inc 1,129 174 -22 864
Mosys Inc 23 7 -4 24
Monolithic Power Systems Inc 19,765 866 167 1,534
Everspin Technologies Inc 109 42 -7 90
Marvell Technology Inc 41,407 2,699 1,584 3,749
Microsemi Corp 8,221 1,894 176 2,100
Microsoft Corporation 2,200,623 159,969 56,015 118,000
Motorola Solutions inc 38,398 7,532 1,000 15,000
Arcelormittal 36,617 53,270 -578 0
Materion Corporation 1,416 1,253 35 2,550
Macom Technology Solutions Holdings Inc 4,255 584 -2 1,800
Micron Technology Inc 86,951 25,487 4,131 30,400
Maxim Integrated Products Inc 26,944 2,458 781 8,250
Maxlinear Inc 3,322 626 -79 753
National Instruments Corporation 5,639 1,312 15 7,412
Ncr Corp 6,006 6,248 -71 30,200
Newmont Corp 48,236 12,488 2,860 13,700
Netlist Inc 1,629 48 -10 82
Neophotonics Corp 461 335 -21 1,783
Netgear Inc 1,093 1,343 85 1,008
Nutanix Inc 7,559 1,332 -861 2,813
Nvidia Corp 123,607 13,499 3,791 9,228
Nve Corp 380 24 13 45
Orbital Energy Group Inc 163 42 -38 0
On Semiconductor Corp 16,190 5,459 340 34,000
Park Aerospace Corp 305 48 6 387
Pmc Sierra Inc 0 890 -32 1,442
Pentair Plc 11,481 3,170 395 28,400
Powell Industries Inc 340 458 6 1,841
Parkervision Inc 103 0 -14 45
Ptc Inc 18,068 1,634 221 0
Praxair Inc 47,954 12,037 1,500 27,780
Pixelworks Inc 145 36 -29 215
Qlogic Corp 0 462 58 927
Qorvo Inc 22,291 4,015 734 8,300
Quicklogic Corp 64 9 -10 89
Richardson Electronics Ltd 104 164 -2 373
Resonant Inc 169 3 -29 53
Rambus Inc 2,593 253 -35 570
ROHM AND HAAS COMPANY 0 0 0 0
Roper Technologies Inc 52,643 5,705 998 10,137
Rpm International Inc 11,458 5,821 456 13,394
Rise Gold Corp 14 2 -7 1
Southern Copper Corp 48,767 8,798 2,129 13,414
Superconductor Technologies Inc 8 1 -2 22
Seachange International Inc 44 65 -6 286
Sifco Industries Inc 62 107 9 465
Sigma Designs Inc 11 66 -120 409
Silicon Laboratories Inc 6,675 927 24 1,279
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp 24,175 3,360 77 11,385
Semtech Corp 4,051 585 46 1,282
Stoneridge inc 765 659 -11 4,100
Stillwater Mining Co 0 0 0 1,432
Skyworks Solutions Inc 32,136 4,375 1,211 8,400
Tuanche Ltd 935 51 -25 700
Teradata Corp 5,555 2,221 -58 10,800
Te Connectivity ltd 46,209 13,069 1,076 72,000
Teradyne Inc 24,181 3,199 813 3,900
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc 211,307 35,894 7,924 51,000
Trilogy Metals Inc 306 -1 172 7
Tower Semiconductor Ltd 2,933 1,266 83 5,641
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd 606,938 47,694 18,198 45,272
Torotel Inc 37 26 1 138
Texas Instruments Incorporated 175,078 16,762 6,725 32,209
Tyco International Plc 0 0 0 57,000
Viavi Solutions Inc 3,944 1,155 99 3,500
Versum Materials Inc 5,787 1,341 86 1,900
White Mountains Insurance Group ltd 0 1,418 693 2,973
United States Steel Corp 6,014 10,657 -683 34,680
Xilinx Inc 34,253 3,148 647 3,451
Zoom Telephonics Inc 125 48 -5 33
SUBTOTAL 7,755,619 1,566,558 245,552 2,612,429


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