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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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Total revenue of the Malaysian videoconferencing infrastructure market was recorded $0.8 million in 2005.The future of videoconferencing infrastructure looks more promising with the market gaining attention from potential users especially among government bodies. Progressive development of broadband networks, ISDN to IP videoconferencing and impac...

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Opportunities in the videoconferencing infrastructure market in New Zealand remained limited in 2005 and total revenues recorded was $0.16 million. A combination of saturation among larger users and the suitability of embedded MCUs among smaller users led to very few standalone bridge deployments. New Zealands high predominance of small to medium ...

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Revenues for the videoconferencing infrastructure systems in the Philippines only reached approximately $0.06 million in 2005. Low presence of multinational companie, weak financial position to invest in videoconferencing among local corporations and poor IP infrastucture contributed to the drop in demand for videoconferencing infrastructure system...

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The videoconferencing infrastructure systems in Singapore earned itself approximately $0.43 million in 2005. Singapore being a small country made it cost ineffective for corporations, especially home-grown and Small and Medium Businesses (SMB) to invest. Migration from traditional ISDN legacy systems to dual mode or IP systems was seen throughout 2...

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In 2005, the Korean videoconferencing infrastructure systems market was $2.0 million in revenue. Multinational vendors experienced steeper price decline of videoconferencing solutions due to stronger Won and found the market growth not as strong as of the endpoints. Due to frequent occasions of smaller meetings through endpoints with embedded MCUs,...

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Taiwanese videoconferencing infrastructure system market was worth $1.5 million in 2005.The maturity of the market was the major restraint of the growth. However, renewed demand in the next few years is anticipated to drive the growth.The education sector showed increasing deployments in videoconferencing infrastructure, particularly distance learn...

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Thailands videoconferencing infrastructure systems market was worth 0.6 million in 2005, in terms of revenues.IP videoconferencing systems are gaining increased penetration into the Thailand infrastructure market, rapidly replacing the traditional ISDN networks. The uptake of IP videoconferencing network systems is fuelled by the rapid growth of b...

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31 May 2006  |  Asia Pacific

Australia Enterprise Telephony Markets 2005

The study analyzes the Australian enterprise telephony market for the year 2005. The market is segmented into PBX, KTX, WPBX and the IP-PBX markets. Revenue forecasts and vendor market shares are provided for all the segments.

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