Report: VoIP Sector Analysis

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of the "VoIP Sector Analysis Report" report to their offering. Once viewed as a novel, only glibly "game-changing" technology, VoIP has since gone mainstream. Residential and business VoIP subscriptions and product sales are now out-pacing their circuit-switched counterparts by nearly 90% year over year. This trend not only reflects the growing demand for VoIP and VoIP-related services, but also expresses consumer confidence in telephony's newest iteration.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: Fiber-Optic Providers Are Leading Choices for Internet, Television, and Telephone Service

Verizon FreedomConsumers looking to cut costs without sacrificing satisfaction for Internet, television, and telephone service should consider bundling with Verizon FiOS or AT&T U-verse. In Consumer Reports' latest survey of major telecom providers and bundled services, featured in the February issue, Verizon FiOS and AT&T U-verse, whose networks are fiber-optic based, were the most consistently satisfying providers for their Internet, television, and telephone services.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: IP Phones Worldwide — on the Desk and Beyond

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of the "IP Phones Worldwide — On the Desk and Beyond" report to their offering. IP phones are moving in full force in both the consumer and business markets. Within the business market, corded IP phones remain the standard, and will continue to dominate the enterprise IP phone market throughout the forecast period. However, WLAN and IP DECT phones continue to grow.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: VoIP Market Down 8% in 3Q08 as Telcos Scale Back

Large RBOCs and ILECs are scaling back on VoIP equipment purchases, helping bring down the worldwide service provider VoIP market 8% sequentially to $816 million in 3Q08, says market research firm Infonetics Research in a new report.

The overall market weakness in 3Q08 was led by a steep decline in the high density media gateway segment, as well as a dip in the softswitch segment, according to the report, Service Provider VoIP and IMS Equipment and Subscribers.

On the positive side, sales of session border controllers and media servers were up in 3Q08, although not enough to offset losses in other segments in the next gen voice market.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: VoIP Services Market 2007-2010

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of the "VoIP Services Market 2007-2010" report to their offering. Since the introduction of PC-to-PC communication software in March of 1995, VoIP-based service has steadily grown to be a serious competitor to Public Switched Telephone Network. As an increasing number of enterprises investigate VoIP to combat rising telecommunications costs, migration to IP telephony will not be a wholesale swap of current PBX installations. Rather, VoIPs appearance in enterprises will be a gradual transition.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: Comcast Digital Voice Ahead of Other VoIP Providers in Audio Quality

keynote_logo.gifKeynote Systems released the results of its latest VoIP Service Provider Study, which evaluates how end users experience the reliability and audio clarity of leading voice service providers. The study compares the relative performance of AT&T landline service or POTS (plain old telephone service) with six broadband VoIP providers (AT&T CallVantage, EarthLink trueVoice, Lingo, Packet8, Verizon VoiceWing and Vonage) and two cable voice service providers (Time Warner Digital Phone and Comcast Digital Voice) for the month of October, 2008 by collecting data from calls made from residential locations in New York and San Francisco. Overall, reliability is improving slightly, however audio quality is significantly different from the previous study.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: SIP Trunking Emerges as a Key Cost-Cutter for IP

paper.gifNetwork operators and enterprises are increasingly turning to SIP trunking as a way to lower both capital and operating expenses for IP networks, according to the latest report published by Light Reading's VOIP Services Insider.

SIP Trunking: IP's Cheapest Delivery Package examines applications in the SIP trunking market, including benefits of SIP trunking and why it will become a hotter market, as well as SIP trunking marketing strategies. It also examines the next 12 to 18 months for SIP trunking, challenges the market faces, and partnerships, acquisitions, and future investment strategies vendors are considering. Additionally, this report provides a comparative analysis of 14 of the top vendors in the SIP trunk industry.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: US Enterprise Business VoIP Integrated Access Services Expenditures by Size of Business, 2007-2012

paper.gifResearch and Markets releases its "US Enterprise Business VoIP Integrated Access Services Expenditures by Size of Business, 2007-2012" report to their offering.

This Excel-based Data-rich Deliverable that is part of the Business IP subscription includes market intelligence on business expenditures on VoIP Integrated Access Services by size of business. Compass Intelligence defines Business IP as services used to carry and/or connect to the Internet. This category include Full and Fractional T1 and T3 connections, broadband services, dial-up Internet access, OC-X services and both TDM and VoIP-based Integrated Access. Compass Intelligence defines VoIP integrated access services as all integrated access services over IP connections that provide both voice and data access over a single connection. This would include VoCable, VoDSL and Voice over Packet services. Size of business includes Enterprise Business (Over 1000 employees). The Expert Guide for this deliverable is Kneko Burney. Forecasts are from 2007 through 2012 and include annual growth rate, as well as percentage of total market.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: Telecom 2020: Transformation Strategies

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of the "Telecom 2020: Transformation Strategies" report to their offering. Transformation strategies that carriers will follow as they adopt IP and Ethernet architectures.

The telecom industry will transform itself over the next decade in response to the demands for services that will increase network traffic by about a factor of 100 by 2020. At the same time telecom service revenues will grow at a much lower rate, which means that the cost of delivering each unit of bandwidth will have to fall by a factor of 100 to maintain profits.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: VoIP-Connected Households to Grow by 8.5 Million by 2011

About 8.5 million more U.S. households will start using VoIP for their home phone service over the next two years, according to a new forecast from Pike & Fischer's Broadband Advisory Services.

The number of VoIP-connected households in the United States will approach 30 million by the end of the decade, generating more than $11 billion in revenue for cable operators, telephone companies and network-independent providers such as Skype, P&F predicts.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Two Survey Reports on Key Trends in Enterprise VoIP

paper.gifThe increasing attention and buzz around unified communications is affecting how customers select telephony systems and services, according to survey results from the fifth annual Enterprise VoIP Survey conducted by IDC in conjunction with InfoWorld magazine.

The IDC study, Key Trends in Enterprise VoIP 2008: Customer Perspectives on Unified Communications, concentrates on the results of all questions about end users' perspectives on UC in relation to what it means to their organizations, which vendors have the most strategic value, and which applications will be integrated with their communications infrastructure.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: US Business VoIP and Unified Communications

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of the "US Business VoIP and Unified Communications" report to their offering.

VoIP adoption continues to grow among US businesses at a considerable pace, and while adoption is still low for unified communications, its potential is intriguing. There are trends that occur in these two areas across all verticals, but there are also differences among verticals. This report examines overall trends in business VoIP and unified communications, as well as the particulars within four of the most important verticals: professional services, healthcare, government, and education.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: UK Hosted IP Voice Forecast 2007-12

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of the "UK Hosted IP Voice Forecast 2007-12" report to their offering. This report is designed to provide a quantitative analysis of the UK‘s Business VoIP market over the next 5 years. The report details the changes in subscriber numbers, the revenue generated and the factors that lead to these changes. The analysis focuses primarily on the changes to the subscriber base i.e. the numbers of non-consumer hosted VoIP telephony customers within the UK. These =subscribers‘ are acquired through two processes; the first is the replacement of traditional PSTN services/ acquisition of new Greenfield sites, and the second is the migration from traditional TDM based Centrex to IP Centrex.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: Cable Telephony Subscriber Growth Remains Robust

Cable telephony subscriber growth continues to be strong, with almost 8 million new subscribers added around the world over the past 12 months, reports In-Stat. Growth in North America has been particularly strong, as cable operators near the end of their transition to VoIP-enabled network architectures, the high-tech market research firm says.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: Voice Over Internet Protocol Providers in the US

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of the "Voice Over Internet Protocol Providers in the US" report to their offering. This industry covers all management units that provide VoIP services to consumers, businesses and government. Essentially this industry report encompasses all voice services sent as data packets. There is a variety of infrastructure that can facilitate VoIP services with the two most popular being the PSTN and cable infrastructure, with the latter often referred to as cable VoIP. VoIP can also be provided by satellite, powerlines (broadband over power lines) and wireless (Wi-FI and WiMax). The provision of internet access services and cable television services are excluded from this industry report. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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