Enterprise Telephony Market in India CY 2010

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This research service offers an analysis of the India's enterprise telephony market for CY 2010. It analyses market trends, vendor market performance, vertical and horizontal market splits, go-to-market strategies, and major public customer wins. The enterprise telephony market is segmented into Private Branch Exchange (PBX), Key Telephone System (KTS), Wireless Private Branch Exchange (WPBX) and the Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange (IP-PBX) markets. This research is based on Frost & Sullivan's proprietary T.E.A.M methodology, which ensures that clients have complete "360 Degree Perspective" from which to drive decision-making. It provides market sizing and market share by application as well as by vendor.

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Enterprise Telephony Market in India CY 2010, Trends in the Enterprise Telephony Market in IndiaAnalysis of the Enterprise Telephony Market in India for CY 2010Strategic Overview of the Enterprise Telephony Market in India




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