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12 Nov 2003  |  Global
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30 Jun 2005  |  North America
This is a market insight that provides details on the impact that PBX vendors are having on the conferencing market. Many of the top enterprise communications vendors have recently expanded their offerings to include audio, web and video conferencing capabilities. Such end-to-end solutions have benefits for customers and end users. However, chall...
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13 Nov 2003  |  Asia Pacific
13 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific videoconferencing endpoints market was worth $208.8 million in 2005, declining slightly by 4.2 percent year-on-year. Revenue declines were experienced by all four major international vendors, Polycom, Tandberg, Sony and Aethra, due mostly to significant falls in average pricing across the region but particularly in the main markets...
20 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific
Executive Summary and Market Definitions - Asia Pacific Videoconferencing Infrastructure Systems Markets CY 2005
2005 was a lethargic year for the Asia Pacific videoconferencing infrastructure systems market. The market was hit by price wars in China particularly and by low investment in major countries like Japan and Australia. Longer sales cycle at various verticals, slow progress of IP networks, channel restructuring exercises and growing popularity for em...
21 Apr 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The WAN services sector in Asia Pacific continues to be highly competitive. Traditional transport or carriage services are increasingly commoditized and profit margins are continually under pressure. Enterprise users have become more sophisticated and are no longer willing to pay a premium for such services. This has increased the pressure on telec...
18 May 2006  |  Asia Pacific
In the Asia Pacific region, the increased activities surrounding broadband wireless access (BWA) spectrum allocation during 2005 and 2006 have brought about the resurgence of WiMAX. The low broadband subscriber penetration and tele-density in the region are major motivators of WiMAX deployment. Compared to Europe and North America, the Asia Pacific...
31 Oct 2006  |  Asia Pacific
While 3G enables the launch of richer applications over high-speed data network, simple messaging applications would continue to drive mobile data revenues in the medium term. Key market restraints include lack of consumer education, low availability of advanced and affordable handsets in most countries, and the lack of killer applications. ...