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Frost & Sullivan: Vendors Offering Comprehensive Solutions Have an Edge over Competitors in the Asia Pacific Video Conferencing Infrastructure Markets

SINGAPORE May 23, 2012 Asia Pacific Greater China US$96.8 million US$154.8 million India Greater China India

http://www.conferencing.frost.com Asia Pacific Video Conferencing Infrastructure Markets US$154.8 million US$491.2 million Australia New Zealand Greater China India Japan South Korea

Jessie Yu China

Greater China Japan India

The lower price points can be offset to a large extent by the rise in the popularity of IP networks and the escalating number of video conferencing endpoints.

"A steady demand for MCUs is expected to be the main market driver; however, auxiliary systems such as management software and gateways will also need upgrading if enterprises wish to fully utilize their investment in HD video endpoints," notes Yu. "Further, globalization and a growing demand for inter-company video will fuel the adoption of videoconferencing infrastructure, giving vendors an opportunity to improve their revenue shares."

Donna Jeremiah [email protected]

Asia Pacific Video Conferencing Infrastructure Markets Conferencing & Collaboration

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