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27 Jul 2000  |  Asia Pacific

South Korean Enterprise Communications Markets

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This Research Service describes the commercial satellite telecommunications market in Asia. It measures and forecasts transponder supply and demand in that region. The market examined herein is the 'capacity' market, meaning the market for leasing of geostationary (GEO) satellite transponders to parties that will use this capacity for a number of s...

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16 Dec 2005  |  Asia Pacific

Internet Service Provider - SoftBank BB

This insight provides an in-depth view of SoftBank's core competencies. Softbank BB operates Yahoo!BB, the largest broadband access and ISP in Japan. The insight analyses SoftBank's orgnization structure, business model, revenue framework and pricing models and its position in the Value Network. The insight also discuses SoftBank's financial trends...

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Total endpoint revenues reached $10.7 million in Australia during 2005, representing a significant decline from 2004. While many vendors have reported steady unit growth, revenues were impacted by prices falling and the majority of business being limited to customer churn. Average pricing continued to fall by around 15 percent year-on-year, and by ...

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The market for videoconferencing endpoints grew to $2.1 million in New Zealand last year, with a strong growth rate of 20.3 percent. The bounce back from the small decline in 2004 was led by replacement cycles, with many existing users upgrading their group systems to newer, more expensive units. This was mainly seen in the education and governmen...

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Video conferencing is still a very infant market in The Philippines. Multinational companies such as pharmaceuticals and manufacturing were the main adopters. Most other industry verticals did not show any growth, mainly due to the fact units are still very expensive and Philippine based businesses do not have any overseas presence whatsoever. The...

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2005 saw the trend shifting to other segments, namely the government and education sectors. Reduction in pricing is expected to continue throughout the forecasted period and coupled with cheaper solutions offered by vendors, it is anticipated that videoconferencing will become more adoptable by mid sized and smaller companies. 2005 saw the trend s...

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13 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific

Chinese Videoconferencing Endpoints Markets CY2005

The 2005 Chinese videoconferencing market experienced a steady growth from 2004. The expanding demands for videoconferencing applications caused the increase in shipment units for the whole market. However, the sharp decrease in product prices set off the growth in sales quantity and finally led to flat growth in total videoconferencing endpoints r...

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The Hong Kong videoconferencing rebounded with healthy growth of 61.0 percent in 2005. Among the major drivers include demand from replacement market, falling product prices which help to entice higher demand, strong sales momentum from small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and small and home offices (SOHOs), better economic performance which led to...

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13 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific

Indian Videoconferencing Endpoints Markets CY2005

In 2005, the Indian videoconferencing endpoints market was worth $15.2 million and it is expected to grow by 20.1 percent from 2005 to 2012. The decrease in cost of bandwidth, favorable economy of the country and the fall in cost of communication are driving the growth of videoconferencing. The increasing availability of broadband networks shall i...

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