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15 Jul 2006  |  Asia Pacific

Singapore Enterprise Telephony Markets Q1 2006

The study analyzes the Singapore enterprise telephony market for the first quarter of 2006. The market is segmented into PBX, KTS, WPBX and the IP-PBX markets. Vendor market shares are provided for all the segments.

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The security industry is countenancing a period of evolution. Information security threats and attacks are becoming exponentially sophisticated, communicable and threatening. This is further compounded by the expansion and increasing complexity of current day networks and applications, resulting in the ever growing number of potential vulnerabilit...

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The Asia Pacific Contact Center Applications Market saw strong growth in 2005 over 2004. The market in Asia Pacific continues to grow strongly on the back of rising domestic demand for better customer service and the trend of outsourcing and off shoring to Asia Pacific. The Asia Pacific contact center applications market is expected to grow at a he...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Shared Services and Outsourcing (SSO) has awakened the sleeping giant in Asia. Asia Pacific is expected to lead in this global phenomenon for the next eight to ten years. The Frost & Sullivan analytical spotlight is on three verticals: Financial Services & Banking; Energy; and Logistics. What are the location selection criteria and SSO practice...

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After more than two years of tepid spending and subdued growth expectations, IT spending is once again looking attractive. Our research findings over the last six months suggest a clear improvement in overall sentiment as decision makers become increasingly optimistic on the global economy and the prospects for businesses. Despite the recovery and ...

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09 Dec 2005  |  Asia Pacific

Telematics Opportunity for India

The research study gives a detailed analysis of the telematics market in India and the opportunity for Indian companies in the global telematics market. The telematics market overview, market structure, market segment analysis and the macro and micro-economic analysis and major industry challenges. Key technology trends, market drivers, market rest...

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