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.

Consumer VoIP services are predominantly being delivered through service providers through the use of an analog telephone adapter (ATA), with many consumers not knowing they have VoIP services, or requiring special IP phones. DECT phone systems dominate the consumer IP phone market, with corded phones predominantly being sold in specific regions of the world, or for SOHO use. Impacting both the enterprise and consumer IP phone markets are the Wi-Fi/cellular combination phones. While an increasing number of cellular phones contain Wi-Fi, only a certain percentage of them support VoIP.

This report includes market shares and forecasts through 2012 for corded, cordless, WLAN, and Wi-Fi/cellular IP phones sold for consumers and businesses.

Whose needs does this report address?
  • Vendors of IP phones in the consumer or business market
  • IP PBX vendors
  • Providers of hosted IP PBXs
  • VoIP chipset vendors
  • SIP-based or XML application developers
  • Financial and investment community
What questions does this report answer?
  • What is the size of the IP phone market by phone type?
  • What is the demand for IP phones by consumers and businesses?
  • What are the leading suppliers of IP phones?
  • What are the IP phones trends and market outlook?
  • What is the five year unit and revenue forecast for IP phones?
  • In 2012, 33 million IP phones will ship to businesses and consumers.
  • Cisco, Avaya, and Nortel are leading the market for enterprise IP phones.
  • Outside of service provider deployments, consumer adoption of VoIP has been minimal.
  • Wi-Fi integration in cellular phones is growing rapidly; however, the majority of Wi-Fi/cellular phones are not designed for VoIP.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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