World VoIP NewsSynergy Research reveals 2011 quarterly statistics on VoIP enterprise performance
Synergy Research reveals 2011 quarterly statistics on VoIP enterprise performance
Synergy Research Group Synergy Research Group issues specific market intelligence, analytics, and overall strategic consulting to the networking and telecom industries. More than ten years Synergy has been a prominent leader for quantitative analysis with a focus on innovative and next generation technologies, being the first to monitor IP Telephony and VoIP services performance.
Synergy Research Group produces quarterly data and analytical web-based tools with a complete set of syndicated research services covering Unified Communications utilities, corporate level VoIP , Data Center, telecoms infrastructure, videoconferencing and telePresence, Network Security, Cloud based splutions , VoIP, SAN, Smart Grid, WLANs, and other emerging IP communication technologies. Synergy Research Group has released dedicated publication of the Third Quarter 2011 Carrier Infrastructure Market Share report. This report provides insight into quarterly market indicators for Service Provider Core Routers, Edge Routers, and Carrier Ethernet Switches. The third quarter of 2011 demonstrated a 5.3% sequential decline in carrier infrastructure revenues, yet marking a 0.5% year-on-year decline. But even as the market is under substantial decline, Cisco had a strong quarter performance and grew its revenues on both a sequential and annual basis. That resulted in a vast improvement in Cisco's market share, growing from 48.7% in 2Q11 to 52.9% in 3Q11. Disregard to its decline in late 2010, Cisco has now massively improved its market share in every quarter 2011. "This was a really strong quarter for Cisco and is an outcome of holistic success throughout its essential and supportive portfolios. In the third quarter their revenue growth surpasses the market trend throughout all five major product elements and in three of the four regions," said Jeremy Duke, Founder & Principal Analyst, Synergy Research Group. "Cisco can be especially delighted with its performance in the Carrier Ethernet segment where its revenue reached 20% from the previous quarter and got an all-time high for the enterprise." The other substantial manufacturers and vendors all are under decline of their market share within the quarter and have to look to longer-term trends for alleviations. However, for instance Juniper's carrier infrastructure revenues were the lowest since the third quarter of last year, it can still bring up to year-on-year growth in each of the last four quarters, resulting in an impressive 22% increase in summarized accumulative indicators. Juniper's success is founded on its modular architecture approach and strong commitments on Mobile and Cloud Computing. Alcatel-Lucent is in a quite similar situation, with a substantial sequential fall in revenues and market share but aggregated revenues from the last four quarters that easily surpass those from the previous four; it is demonstrating considerable growth in its 100GE IP/Optical upgrade strategy and Video/CDN focus. Huawei meanwhile is struggling to find good news. Its Q3 revenues dropped off substantially and its revenues from the last four quarters came in slightly lower than the previous four. However, Huawei continues to stick to its operational strategy outside of China and has penetrated new markets in Australia, Japan, and Korea.
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