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Enterprise VoIPFuture Potential of the Indian Market for Managed VoIP Solutions

Moving to an IP Platform of Services can be Seen as Another Wave in Convergent Communications

  • Research Code : 9ABC-00-03-00-00
  • SKU : TE00205-SA-MR_01314
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  • Release Date : 09-Sep-2014
  • Region : South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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The study provides comprehensive insights into the VoIP market of India. The base year of the study is FY 2014 and the forecasted period is until FY 2020. A detailed analysis of the VoIP market in terms of minutes, revenue growth, market drivers, challenges, key trends, and their effect during the study period are discussed. Also included are the parameter inputs like the growth trajectory and a scenario-based analysis of managed and plain VoIP through FY 2020. The research methodology included primary research with service providers, published news and articles, Frost & Sullivan published research services, and other secondary sources.
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