Impact of the Current U. S. Capital Markets Situation on the VoIP Industry

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The bubble has burst, or so it seems. With the air rushing out of the Internet economy, the dramatic tightening of the capital markets, and general economic uncertainty in the overall telecom sector, it is time to re-evaluate where the VoIP market is, and where it is going. What do the current economic conditions mean for VoIP service providers and equipment vendors?

The purpose of this document is to illustrate the gravity of the current situation, and to provide guidance for future expectations in the VoIP industry. Additionally, an attempt will be made to shed some light on strategic changes that can be implemented for service providers, equipment vendors, and software and component vendors welling into this market.

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Impact of the Current U. S. Capital Markets Situation on the VoIP IndustryOverview of the Current Capital Markets Situation in the United StatesAn Industry on the CrossroadsWhy is the VoIP Industry in a Tight Spot?Where Are We Now?Glimpse of HopeThe Industry May Get Caught in a Vicious CircleWhat Shall We Expect from the Investor Community?How are the Different Industry Segments Managing in the Current Economic Situation?Currently Implemented Survival StrategiesFuture OutlookThe Industry is Still Growing But in PocketsChanging Economic Environment May Lead to Certain Competitive DynamicsWhere Does the Market Go from Here: Survival Strategies




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