Vertical Markets and Applications for Videoconferencing Systems (U.S.)

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Within this analysis, Frost & Sullivan has identified the major vertical markets for videoconferencing systems and the characteristics of each. A key part of our analysis includes market drivers, restraints, and growth opportunities within each vertical market. With extensive primary and secondary research, this analysis provides conferencing vendors with a look at the current dynamics of the end user market.

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Vertical Markets and Applications for Videoconferencing Systems (U.S.), An End User Market AnalysisIntroductionIntroduction and Table of ContentsMarket OverviewState of the Videoconferencing Market and Primary End User Groups Market and Technology Developments and Competitive LandscapeMarket DefinitionsResearch Scope and Product DefinitionsMarket Metrics and ForecastsKey Market Metrics and Total Market Revenue ForecastsCorporate MarketMarket Characteristics - Drivers - Restraints - Revenues and TrendsGovernment MarketMarket Characteristics - Revenues - Key Applications and TrendsDistance EducationMarket Characteristics - Drivers - Restraints - Revenues and TrendsHealthcare Market - The Telemedicine ApplicationMarket Characteristics - Drivers - Restraints - Revenues and TrendsStrategiesStrategies For Success




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