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Frost & Sullivan's on-going research into the video conferencing services market identified education as one of the key vertical industries for growth of video conferencing infrastructure and endpoints. Virtual learning is on the technology road-maps of most educational institutions and is a key enabler of highly popular distance learning courses. In this market insight, Frost & Sullivan identifies the areas across the education sector where the benefits of video conferencing are most acutely felt. It also analyses the key market drivers and challenges and the major market trends.

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