enterprise telephony

 

Enterprise Telephony, UC In Solid Growth Pattern

The two largest PBX equipment vendors, Avaya and Cisco, posted robust revenue growth in 2010, with Avaya edging ahead of Cisco by a hair for the year, according to Infonetics Research.

Peer-to-Peer Blog: Is the Sky Falling?

It is expected that during a recession sales of telephony equipment dropped. But the surprise was the decline in the market for converged and native IP systems.

Infonetics: Worldwide PBX Market Declines 31% in Q1

The PBX market declined more than anticipated in the first quarter of 2009, with worldwide revenue dropping 31 percent year over year to $1.7 billion, according to new data from Infonetics Research released this week. The pure IP PBX segment was slightly more insulated than the rest of the PBX market, with revenue down 13 […]

Enterprise Telephony Market Down 14%

The worldwide enterprise telephony market dropped 14 percent sequentially in fourth quarter 2008 to $2.3 billion, with vendor revenue down for all types of equipment — pure IP PBX, hybrid PBX and TDM PBX, according to a new report from Infonetics Research. The main cause of the decline is the lack of new business creation […]

Nortels Enterprise Strategy No Sure Thing

Equipment maker Nortel, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Jan. 14, seems to have pinned its hopes on the enterprise telephony market, while its carrier business struggles, noted Technology Business Research Inc.  However, the analyst firm predicted Nortel has a tough row to hoe and is at risk of becoming an also-ran in […]

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