Videoconferencing Use in Tertiary Education in Latin America

Videoconferencing Use in Tertiary Education in Latin America

Adoption is Increasing to Meet Demands of Mobile and Remote Students

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18-Aug-2014
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Latin America
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Market Research
Research Code: 9ABD-00-07-00-00
SKU: TE00213-LA-MR_01323
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In this market insight, Frost & Sullivan identifies main uses of videoconferencing in tertiary education in Latin America. It analyzes the environment and major market trends, and provides profiles and case studies from leading vendors. Universities and educational centers—mostly private institutions—have been adopting videoconferencing as a service to their students. Videoconferencing allows students to attend courses on their own schedule, from various locations, and allows them greater access to subject-matter experts.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Definitions

Definitions (continued)

Definitions (continued)

Definitions (continued)

Videoconferencing in Education

Videoconferencing in Education (continued)

Videoconferencing Market in Latin America

Education Level in Latin America

Internet Access

Mobility

Household Internet Access

Videoconferencing in Education—Benefits

Videoconferencing in Education—Looking Forward

Videoconferencing in Education—Market Overview

Avaya—Solution Overview

Avaya—Best Practices Case: UPAEP

Cisco—Solution Overview

Cisco—Best Practices Case: Plan Ceibal

Lifesize—Solution Overview

Lifesize—Best Practices Case: University of St. Thomas

Polycom—Solution Overview

Polycom—Best Practices Case: Autonomous University of Tamaulipas

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

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Industry Convergence

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In this market insight, Frost & Sullivan identifies main uses of videoconferencing in tertiary education in Latin America. It analyzes the environment and major market trends, and provides profiles and case studies from leading vendors. Universities and educational centersmostly private institutionshave been adopting videoconferencing as a service to their students. Videoconferencing allows students to attend courses on their own schedule, from various locations, and allows them greater access to subject-matter experts.
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Deliverable Type Market Research
No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Valeria Goldsworthy
Industries Telecom
WIP Number 9ABD-00-07-00-00
Is Prebook No