Report: Telecommunications Market in Russia 2008 and Development Forecasts for 2008-2012

paper.gifResearch and Markets has added the "Telecommunications Market in Russia 2008. Development Forecasts for 2008-2012" report to their offering. Telecommunications Market in Russia 2008 paints a detailed picture of current market conditions using the most current data and up to date research results available anywhere. The telecommunications market is analysed in its entirety, with forecasts for the next four years provided. The report continues with detailed analysis and individual forecasts for the three vertical industry segments-mobile telephony, fixed line telephony and data transmission/provision of Internet Services.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: Analysis of VoIP in South Africa for 2008

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Voice over Internet Protocol in SA 2008" report to their offering. A sequel to the first study of the potential for Voice over IP among SA businesses, including a survey of 100 corporations, more than 1000 SMEs. The 2005 study correctly forecast that VoIP would achieve limited takeup among small business during its first year of legal availability. The new study examines the impact of VoIP during the first two years, and provides a technology outlook for Internet Protocol in the telecommunications industry.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: VoIP Service Revenue Up 52% in 2007; Boom Expected to Continue

Infonetics Research reports that worldwide revenue from hosted VoIP and managed IP PBX services jumped 52% to $24 billion in 2007 after surging 66% in 2006, and is expected to grow in the strong double-digits through at least 2011.

Infonetics' report, VoIP Services and Subscribers, shows that hosted VoIP services continue to outpace managed IP PBX services by far, with residential services fueling market growth.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Greater China VoIP Suppliers Moving Upmarket

paper.gifFifty-nine percent of Greater China's VoIP phone manufacturers plan to increase export prices, according to Global Sources' latest China Sourcing Report: VoIP Phones, reversing the trend noted in the 2007 Report which showed 68 percent planned to decrease export quotes. Despite price increases, the majority of surveyed suppliers expect export sales to continue growing.

"Fierce competition has driven half of Greater China's VoIP phone manufacturers out of business over the past two years, especially those who relied mainly on competitive pricing to gain orders," said Publisher of the Report, Mark A. Saunderson.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Broadband Telephony Market Will Nearly Double Between 2007 and 2013

paper.gifJupiterResearch projects that the broadband telephony market will nearly double in size from 14.7 million subscribers in 2007 to 28.4 million lines in 2013. Cable operators will see most of this increase, with their VoIP subscriber base nearly doubling during the forecast period, while growth for over-the-top VoIP providers will stagnate. The emergence of new service offerings, such as those from AT&T and Skype, will continue to generate buzz within the market.

According to a new JupiterResearch report, "US Broadband Telephony Forecast, 2008 to 2013," cable multiple system operators (MSOs) have maintained momentum in the voice service market by continuing to focus on competitive triple-play service bundles. Of consumers who subscribe to a cable MSO-managed VoIP service, 47 percent said bundling had a strong influence on their selection of home phone service provider.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Global Market for Consumer Telecommunication to Reach US$2 Trillion by 2012

paper.gifRevenue from consumer telecommunication network services will grow at a steady annual clip of about 5.7%, on average, over the next five years, reports In-Stat. The strongest growth will be in the broadband and pay TV sectors, but 60% of total revenue will be derived from consumer mobile services, the high-tech market research firm says.

In-Stat just completed some new research and aggregated it with a wealth of existing research to produce a detailed quantitative analysis of this important market. “The digital divide will continue to grow. By 2012 broadband penetration in developed countries will exceed 85%, while developing countries languish at less than 10% penetration,” says Keith Nissen, the analyst who authored the report. “Over the next five years, 150 million PSTN lines will be eliminated, yet total voice revenue worldwide will remain steady. The ME/AFR and CALA regions will experience high mobile subscriber growth. Mobile operators in developed nations must look to new 3G applications and bundled services for increased ARPU. Despite the anticipated rapid growth of telcoTV services, in 2012, 73% of total payTV households worldwide will still be cable TV service subscribers.”
Posted on Jun 10, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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White Paper on VoIP Security Published by Appia Communications

paper.gifAppia Communications is making available a white paper on VoIP Security.

“VoIP security is not yet a major problem, but if the history of the Internet is any guide, it will be,” said Victor von Schlegell, Appia’s president and the paper’s author.

“The purpose of the white paper is to provide a brief, high-level and non-technical overview of the challenges of VoIP security. Our goal is to inform owners and managers so that they can ensure that their organizations are prepared when VoIP security becomes an issue,” continued von Schlegell.
Posted on May 23, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: VoIP Telephony Growth Is Still Limited by Issues

Keynote announces the results of its Industry Study Series of Voice Service Providers. The study looked at reliability and performance of leading VoIP, PacketCable and local wireline services.

Keynote’s competitive research study provides valuable data and insight that help VoIP providers of both managed networks and unmanaged networks overcome the quality barriers separating them from traditional local wireline phone service. The study compares the relative performance over a single month of a local wireline service (AT&T) with seven broadband VoIP providers (AT&T CallVantage, EarthLink trueVoice, Lingo, Packet8, Verizon VoiceWing, Vonage, and Vonics Digital) and two cable voice service providers (Time Warner Digital Phone and Comcast Digital Voice) from calls made from residential locations in New York and San Francisco.
Posted on May 21, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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SIP Enabled Servers and IP PBX Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2008 to 2014

paper.gifResearch and Markets announces the addition of "SIP Enabled Servers and IP PBX Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2008 to 2014" to their offering.

SIP based IP PBX markets are poised for significant growth as people move to purchase IP based servers for communications. Significant pent up demand will be converted to sales as systems are put on the market that permit implementation of voice over IP that works. Voice over IP systems purchases have been postponed for ten years or more, waiting for technology that works. VoIP technology finally works.
Posted on May 15, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Half a Billion Worldwide Personal IP Communications Subscribers by 2012

paper.gifPersonal IP communications is the future of real-time communications for the individual user. This market segment is categorized into three areas including Web-based services, portals, and mobile thin-clients. Together, IDC forecasts these categories will represent more than $5 billion in annual spending in 2012.

At the forefront of the evolution of "voice as an application" are new Web services platforms from vendors like REBTEL or iotum. Voice is becoming embedded in sites, applications, and other services, sometimes by third party developers but also by the original provider. Web-based personal IP communication comes in many shapes and sizes, ranging from widgets and applications for social networking sites, to Web sites that initiate the bridging of calls.
Posted on May 06, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VoIP in the Business World: Market Forecast and Analysis

paper.gifThe number of U.S. businesses using an Internet telephony line will surpass 5 million by the end of the decade and hit 7.8 million by the end of 2012, according to new projections from Pike & Fischer's Broadband Advisory Services

In addition, providers of VoIP services will see revenues from business customers triple over the next five years to hit more than $6 billion, P&F says in the new report, VoIP in the Business World: Market Forecast and Analysis.

Businesses are increasingly attracted to VoIP services because of the operational efficiencies and cost savings. The biggest part of the market will be large enterprises, which tend to have in-house information technology experts to manage telecommunications upgrades, the Silver Spring-based market research firm says. Incumbent telephone companies such as AT&T and Verizon are likely to retain the biggest share of these customers, the report says.
Posted on May 06, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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The 9th Annual VoIP Industry Update Published by iLocus

As has been the underlying characteristic of VoIP industry over the last 7 years, the growth pattern refuses to change direction. The 9th annual VoIP industry update published by iLocus reveals a yearly increase of 67% in VoIP access server licenses shipped worldwide, and a 35% increase in VoIP traffic.

There is no evidence yet of a long term slowdown in carrier spending. It seems that despite the risk of recession (especially in the US) carriers have no choice. They have to build out the IP infrastructure if they are to remain relevant.

The new investment cycle that started in 2004 to do with access part of carrier networks continues into 2008 and is likely to remain so through to 2009. That can be said with confidence in case of European countries at least. On a global level, even if the investment slows down due to financial issues, the carriers have to spend nonetheless. They have little choice, it seems. Due to the losses in landlines, wireline operators are expanding into mobile and mobile operators on the other hand are looking to leverage fixed broadband networks for voice offload or over-the-top services. The underlying technology that lets them both achieve those objectives tends to be VoIP.
Posted on May 05, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Building the Future with IP, VoIP and IPTV Networks

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of "Triple Play: Building the converged network for IP, VoIP and IPTV" to their offering. “Triple Play” is a combination of Internet access, voice communication, and entertainment services such as IP television and video on demand.

The erosion of the traditional voice service, together with the ever-increasing competition between companies, is pushing the telecommunications industry towards a major shift in its business models. Customers want more services in a more flexible way. Today, this shift can only be carried out by offering converged services built around the Internet Protocol (IP). Triple Play, a bundle of voice, video, and data services for residential customers, is the basis of this new strategy.
Posted on May 01, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Survey Reveals Strong Interest in VoIP, Virtualization and WAN Optimization

Interop attendees signaled strong interest in VoIP, virtualization, and WAN optimization technologies, according to a study released by Network Instruments and NetQoS. The on-site survey of 117 network engineers and IT executives found:
  • When asked which emerging technologies present the greatest monitoring challenges, most respondents (38 percent) identified virtualization, while 24 percent were concerned with Unified Communications, followed by MPLS (14 percent).
  • More than 50 percent of respondents indicated that their organizations have deployed some virtualization technologies. This will increase to 79 percent within 12 months and 82 percent in two years. More than 41 percent of organizations do not currently run virtualization, and nine percent were not sure what percentage of their organization’s applications, if any, run on virtual machines.
  • VoIP adoption remains strong with 67 percent of organizations having implemented the technology on their network. Most respondents have implemented Cisco VoIP solutions, followed by Avaya and Microsoft. Looking to future VoIP rollouts, seven percent of organizations expect to implement within 12 months, and an additional three percent will wait more than a year.
  • 42 percent have implemented or plan to implement a WAN optimization technology within 12 months, while 44 percent had no plans to implement.
  • When asked about topologies, 69 percent were interested in monitoring LAN, 60 percent in WAN, 56 percent in wireless, 48 percent in gigabit, and 23 percent in 10 Gigabit.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Understand How New Network Technologies Impact VoIP

paper.gifResearch and Markets has announced the addition of VoIP: Wireless, P2P and New Enterprise Voice over IP to their offering. VoIP is revolutionizing the way people communicate – both in the corporate world and in personal life. The enormous success of VoIP has led to its adoption in a wide range of networking technologies. Each network technology has its unique features and poses distinct challenges for the performance of VoIP.

VoIP: Wireless, P2P and New Enterprise Voice over IP describes the issues arising in the deployment of VoIP in an emerging heterogeneous network environment. Along with a brief overview of the concepts, protocols, algorithms, and equipment involved in realizing VoIP, this book focuses on two areas: quality and performance issues in deploying VoIP over various network settings, and the new mechanisms and protocols in these emerging networks to assist the deployment of VoIP.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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