World VoIP NewsInfonetics researches roll out analysis of VoIP PBXs 2012
Infonetics researches roll out analysis of VoIP PBXs 2012
Infonetics Research has distributed the new study about global performance of VoIP PBXs, which are being continuously slowed down in second quarter of current year.
The rationale behind of that could be explained by current trends of businesses environment, especially in Europe, where strategic trends of investments into new telephony equipment are represented in a controversial economy. In US and Canada, as well as Latin America, however, PBX marketing performance is much more impressive. So, within the in North American market, indicators of PBXs sales expanded by 6.4 percent compared with Q2 2011 numbers. “Marketing success of PBX systems in US and Canada are up 5 percent from the last year parameters and up 6.4 percent from the last year second quarter,” explained Diane Myers, general analyst for VoIP and IMS at Infonetics Research. “Latin America keeps the impressive ratio to be a particular beacon of light as economies in the area demonstrate growth and new business appearance.” Some industry telephony market sectors demonstrated considerable growth compared with the over last year’s indicators. These sectors include classical VoIP-PBXs, VoIP phones and unified communications solutions. Additionally, VoIP gateway revenue expanded 14.7 percent compared with the last year’s levels. The whole picture, however, demonstrate the 1,4 percent drop of a worldwide PBX market compared with the previous year’s parameters to a total of $2 billion. "Whilst we still anticipate 2012 to show up some growth from the parameters of 2011, we have cut down our forecast a little bit due to permanent weakness in Europe, once many local businesses continue to push off expenses in a fields where traditional telephony products still get the tasks completed,” Myers explained. Avaya and Cisco keep the track to run neck-and-neck for leading positions in the PBX marketplace, but associated players are commencing to acquire the market share. The manufacturers who demonstrated significant growth despite the whole decrease in the market. “Avaya and Cisco are the most promoted entities but others had a very good second quarter of 2012, certainly ShoreTel and Mitel. Also, Microsoft continues to demonstrate the progress in the VoIP telephony environment with its experience in UC by means of Lync,” Myers continued. Additional research from InfoTrack suggests that United States spending on VoIP telephony and Unified Communications will grow up by 10 percent per year, driven by hosted IP telephony, which is anticipated to grow by 27 percent.
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