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06 Oct 2017  |  Global

Innovations in Mobile Security

With personal smart phones and tablets becoming pervasive in the work place, bring your own device (BYOD) strategies and security measures have gained momentum. Enterprises have shifted their focus on securing data and apps residing on those devices. Businesses remain concerned about the information security risks posed by next generation threat ve...

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A review of the World DSL Services Market for 2001-2002.

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The U.S. consumer broadband competitive landscape is dominated by the cable multiple system operators (MSOs). These providers accounted for 10.8 million subscribers at year-end 2002, a nearly 70% market share of all broadband subscribers in the U.S. A number of factors have helped MSOs continue to maintain their lead over rival DSL providers. Th...

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The U.S. consumer digital subscriber line (DSL) market is dominated by the four regional Bell operating companies (RBOCs) that controlled 85% percent of all DSL subscribers in the U.S. at the end of 2002. Although the RBOCs have been slow in deployment of DSL access, lately they have made significant strides in improving the DSL provisioning and c...

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13 Nov 2003  |  Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific IP Contact Center Markets

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30 Sep 2006  |  Asia Pacific

India Enterprise Telephony Markets Q2 2006

The study analyzes the Indian enterprise telephony market for the second 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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30 Sep 2006  |  Asia Pacific

Singapore Enterprise Telephony Markets Q2 2006

The study analyzes the Singapore enterprise telephony market for the second 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 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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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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15 Jul 2006  |  Asia Pacific

India Enterprise Telephony Markets Q1 2006

The study analyzes the Indian 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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