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2005 was a turnaround year for Malaysian videoconferencing endpoints market. The market rebounded by 49.1 percent with total market revenues increased to $2.4 million.Sales was fundamentally driven by corporate sectors, exceeding $1 million mark. The market witnessed fairly strong demand from verticals such as manufacturing, oil and gas, entertainm...

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The Korean videoconferencing market grew by 31.2 percent in 2005 reaching $7.2 million in revenue. The demand for videoconferencing as a digital management tool drove strong growth increase along with the improvement in network environment. The price continuously shows downward trend due to the strong Korean currency rates and increased competition...

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The Taiwan videoconferencing endpoints market grew 6.0 percent from $10.9 million in 2004 to $11.5 million in 2005. The low growth rate was the result of a decline in average selling prices in such a mature market. Sales to the corporations were moderate while uptake from education and government verticals was sluggish. Collaboration and integratio...

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The Thailand videoconferencing endpoints market achieved healthy growth in 2005 and was worth $4.1 million. The market is still in its development stage and the intense competition among various conferencing solution vendors is expected to help drive growth in the country. The videoconferencing endpoints market has soared to higher levels as a resu...

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Total Australia videoconferencing market revenues were $3.5 million in 2005. This was mainly driven by upgrades at existing user sites, and infrastructure sales were limited as a result. With bridge deployments already in place at most major videoconferencing sites, investments focused more on expanding endpoints or enhancing networks with manageme...

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The 2005 videoconferencing infrastructure market experienced a healthy growth and total revenues generated was $26.2 million. The drive toward increasing productivity and saving on business operating costs contributed to the growth of the market. The artificial commoditization has led to the narrow margins of profit for all the players. Vendors ...

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2005 was a good year for Hong Kong videoconferencing infrastructure systems market. The market garnerred a total revenue of $1.2 million. The breakthrough of 3G mobile video technology marked the evolution of Hong Kongs videoconferencing infrastructure systems market towards mobility and seamless collaboration. In addition, growing business activ...

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The Indian videoconferencing infrastructure market, one of the potential markets in Asia Pacific region was worth $3.8 million in 2005. The decrease in cost of bandwidth, favorable economy of the country and the adoption in IP platform drove the growth of videoconferencing infrastructure. However, low awareness of videoconferencing in small and me...

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Indonesian videoconferencing infrastructure system market was worth $0.12 million in 2005. The market is still in its early stages of growth. Most of the end users feel that the investment in videoconferencing would not bring justifiable return to business, in a price sensitive market like Indonesia. Slow adoption of IP videoconferencing among ser...

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The Japanese videoconferencing infrastructure systems market recorded $11.9 million in 2005. While other countries in the Asia Pacific region are still migrating to IP from the traditional ISDN networks, Japan is looking forward in implementing IPv6 technology, the next generation internet protocol that helps to overcome the limitations of todays ...

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