World VoIP NewsSonus Networks releases reseach on VoIP and UC performance
Sonus Networks releases reseach on VoIP and UC performance
Company Sonus Networks, being the well-proven leader in industry of SIP trunking VoIP applications, rolled out the final study, revealing steady and incremental growth of the corporate level Unified Communications, based mostly on the demand from big enterprises.
These enterprises are associated with the absolutely adequate understanding about the leveraged next generation technologies, perspectives on emerging of brand new and revolutionary solutions, as well their role for efficient business operations. In accordance with the research, prepared and consolidated by Sonus, conducted jointly with the independent Webtorials Division, who analysed almost 250 enterprise IT administrators to figure out their real interest in Unified Communications, levels of commitment on them, and basic incentives for aggregation, with a honed focus on Microsoft Lync. The researcher stated that essential facts and findings are: -Majority, and particularly seventy-eight percent of surveyed had deployed Unified Communications utilities on the different levels of aggregation, from fractions to full-fledged machines, having almost all of the remaining respondents to be within the pondering on factual UC deployment. Sixty five percent of Unified Communications machines are premises-based, with the trends to decline in those amount to 31 percent, due to victorious steps of the Cloud. Most preferred configuration of Unified Communications is and will be the hybrid. Client premises-based applications for SBC missions are currently and will keep the pace to dominate, disregarding a minor signs to more hybrid environments. The ultimate role of SBCs is going to be kept without the changes, being attached to the UC philosophy to ensure stable standards-built SBC manufacturers. When referred about the major impacting factors in the selection process of best-of-breed UC operators, notion of "enterprise voice" was the primary incentive, as well as "unified messaging" and "mobile capabilities." The slightly unexpected outcome of the research was the finding, that "desktop video conferencing" notion surpasses "room size video conferencing" as much as twice , having "web conferencing" getting top. The overall industry tendencies demonstrates Cisco and Microsoft's to overwhelm the Unified Communications market, massively pushing away other IP PBX manufacturers. Cisco boasted an absolute leadership in matters of corporate VoIP, IP video, cloud telepresence, whilst Microsoft acquires leading positions for IM, presence and corporate social networks, like internal user profiles, specific sub-directories and other sectors. "The concept of Unified Communications has acquired massive dominance in the enterprise environment and it keeps the emerging pace," noted Steve Taylor, publisher at Webtorials. "There are innovative and never seen before trends getting the momentum, such as the migration from room applications to desktop IP video, the emerging patterns of hybrid engagements and other organic changes in the competing leaders. There is none a clearly dominant producer in the market, meaning that interoperability will be a basic notion to stick with." "This most modern Webtorials research ensures a useful insight into the arrangements of the corporate Unified Communications, determining the real operational issues that companies meet as they embrace technologies that can help efficiently increase internal productivity and ultimate customer satisfaction," stated Wes Durow, VP at Sonus. "As corporate deployment of Unified Communications expands, SBCs appears to get more role in assisting companies to deal with interoperability, service quality and security problems."
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