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High Growth Forecasted for the World Videoconferencing Market

September 18, 2008

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World Videoconferencing Market

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Video Conferencing in US$ Million. The major product segments analyzed are Systems (IP Systems & ISDN Systems), and Services (IP Services, ISDN Services, & Other Services). The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2000 through 2015. The report profiles 131 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Alcatel-Lucent, AT&T, Avaya, Inc., BT Conferencing, Emblaze-VCON Ltd., Genesys Conferencing Inc., Global Crossing Limited, Polycom, Inc., Sony Electronics Inc., Sprint Nextel Corporation, TANDBERG, Verizon Business, VTEL Products Corporation Inc., and Wire One Communications, Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

 VIDEO CONFERENCING MCP-1062  A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT  CONTENTS  I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS  Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1  Disclaimers I-2  Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2  Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-2  Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3  Video Conferencing - The Concept I-3  Video Conferencing Systems I-3  IP Systems I-3  ISDN Systems I-4  Video Conferencing Services I-4  Maintenance Services I-4  Consulting Services I-4  Transport Services I-4  Public Room Services I-4  Remote Training Services I-4  II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY  1. Market Overview II-1  Outlook & Overview II-1  Changing Dynamics of Video Conferencing Market II-1  ISDN and IP based Video Conferencing II-1  Internet's Success Makes IP the Dominant Technology II-2  Video Conferencing on IP Networks II-2  IP Video Conferencing Offer High Reliability II-3  Obstacles in the Transition to IP Video Conferencing II-3  High Definition Technology Drives the Market for Video  Conferencing II-4  Video Conferencing - A Bird's Eye View II-4  Revolutions in the Video Conferencing Market II-4  Evolution from Room-Based to Desktop Systems II-4  Video Conferencing-A Boon to Enterprise II-4  Market Trends II-5  Rationale for Video Conferencing II-5  2. Competitive Analysis II-7  Table 1: Global Videoconferencing Market: Percentage Market  Share Breakdown of Leading Players for the 1st Quarter of  2007(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-7  Table 2: Global Videoconferencing Market: Percentage Market  Share Breakdown of Leading Players for the 1st Quarter of  2007(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-7  Regional Market Leaders II-8  USA II-8  Table 3: Videoconferencing Services Market in the United  States (2007): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of Leading  Players -Wire One Communications, AT&T, Verizon, Applied  Global Technologies, Global Crossing, Glowpoint, and Others  (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-8  Europe II-8  3. Market Issues and Trends II-9  Rising Global IP Telephony Driven by Video Conferencing II-9  War and Video Conferencing - A Close Link II-9  Prices Likely to Decline II-9  IP Video Conferencing Growing Fast II-9  Video Conferencing - The March Towards Homes II-10  Set-top Boxes Promote Growth II-10  4. Product Overview II-11  Video Conferencing - The Concept II-11  Technology Involved II-11  ITU H-320 Systems II-11  ITU H-323 Systems II-11  IETF Protocol-Based Systems II-11  Proprietary Systems II-11  Room-Based Video Conferencing ISDN II-11  Desktop Video Conferencing II-12  Features and Benefits of Video Conferencing II-12  Time Savings II-12  Increased Participation II-12  Reduced Costs II-12  Increased Frequency of Communication II-12  Visual Advantages II-12  Other Applications II-13  Demerits of the System II-13  Key Configurations of Video Conferencing Systems II-13  PC-Based II-13  Hardware-Assisted PC Clients II-13  Software-Only Units II-13  Integrated USB Units II-13  Standalone Systems II-14  Standalone Vs PC-Based Systems II-14  Standalones - The Group and Individual System Classification II-14  Group Systems II-14  Rollabout Systems II-14  Workgroup Systems II-14  Desktop Systems/Individual Systems II-15  The High-End and Low-End Classification II-15  The ISDN and IP Classification of Systems II-15  Video Conferencing and Related Services II-15  Maintenance Services II-15  Consulting Services II-15  Transport Services II-15  Public Room Services II-16  Remote Training Services II-16  Infrastructure - An Overview II-16  Gateways II-16  Multipoint Control Units II-16  Gatekeeper II-16  Firewalls/NATs II-16  Key Equipment Used II-17  Conference Bridges II-17  Cameras II-17  Codecs and Codec Boards II-17  Desktop Computers II-17  Microphones II-17  Monitors II-17  Rollabouts II-17  Phone links II-17  Software II-18  Peripherals II-18  Others II-18  Internal compression cards II-18  External compression cards II-18  Network Techniques for Video Conferencing II-18  ISDN Networks II-18  Drawbacks II-18  A Slow Network II-18  Skepticism Regarding Reliability II-18  Cost Concerns II-19  Additional Staff to Manage the Network II-19  Dedicated, Separate Network Required II-19  Internet Protocol Networks II-19  Benefits II-19  Financial Benefits II-19  Decreased Usage Fees II-19  Decreased Buy-In Price II-19  User Advantages II-19  Better Reliability II-19  Improved Quality II-20  More Convenient Networks II-20  Enhanced Efficiencies through Network Convergence II-20  Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation II-20  Management Benefits II-20  Centralized Management II-20  Better Call Permissioning and Network Administration II-20  Availability of Usage Information / Automated Billing II-20  Scalability / Reach Benefits II-21  Better Reach to SoHo / Telecommuter / Consumer Markets II-21  Improved Scalability II-21  Barriers to IP Deployment II-21  Quality of Service II-21  Reliability II-21  Migration Operation/Investment Protection/Costs II-21  Other Networks II-21  ATM and Broadband Video II-21  POTS Video Conferencing II-22  Addressing Security Issues in Video Conferencing II-22  Collaborative Technologies II-22  Audio Conferencing II-23  Video Conferencing II-23  Data Conferencing II-23  New Technologies II-23  Teleimmersion II-23  USB Connectivity II-23  Mobile Video Conferencing II-23  Switched Digital Video II-24  5. Major End Uses II-25  Telemedicine II-25  Law II-25  Sales and Marketing II-25  Recruitment II-25  Product Development II-25  Education II-26  Military II-26  6. Industry Organizations II-27  International Telecommunications Union II-27  International Multimedia Teleconferencing Consortium II-27  International Teleconferencing Association II-27  International Communication Association II-27  7. Technological Developments/Breakthroughs II-28  Polycom Pioneers Lost Packet Recovery(TM) (LPR(TM)) Technology II-28  Japan and United States Plans to Test High Resolution Video  Conferencing II-28  New Video Conferencing Method Developed by US Inventors II-28  Fraunhofer Institut Develops 3D Video Conferencing Technology II-28  Scientists Develop Robot that Facilitates Video Conferencing II-29  XCAST6- New Video Conferencing Protocol Tested Successfully II-29  Researchers at Kasetsart University Develop Mini Set Top Box II-29  8. Product/Service Introductions II-30  Wire One Unveils Superior Concierge Services II-30  Wire One Rolls Out Automated Self-Service Video Conferencing II-30  Alcatel-Lucent Unveils Network And Service Management Solution II-30  euNetworks Extends IPnex Portfolio of High-Performance  Global IP Solutions II-31  Polycom Unveils HDX 7000(TM) Series II-31  Verizon Launches HD Video Conferencing II-31  Sony Launches PCS-XG80 HD Video Conferencing System II-31  Verizon Launches HD Video Conferencing II-32  TANDBERG Introduces New Version of Content Server II-32  Polycom Launches New HD Video Collaboration Solutions II-32  Polycom Unveils HDX(TM) 4000 Series II-33  Polycom Rolls Out the SoundStructure(TM) Series II-33  Polycom Demonstrates New Video Media Center(TM) (VMC) 1000 II-34  TANDBERG Releases Novel Video Communication Server II-34  TANDBERG Unveils Entrypoint(TM) II-34  Sony Unveils PCS-TL33 II-35  Polycom Unveils Real-Time Media Conferencing Platform II-35  IP Unity Glenayre Rolls Out Mereon(R) Video Conferencing  Application II-36  Intellicon Unveils Portable Video Conferencing System II-36  Videre Conferencing and BCS Global Provides Videre Virtual  Presence Service II-36  Polycom Releases HD Telepresence Solution II-36  Emblaze-VCON Introduces Next Generation Room System, xPoint(TM) II-36  Polycom Releases Enterprise-Wide Video Conferencing II-36  ISP Terra Offers Video Conferencing Features for its VoIP  Services II-36  Teliris Releases New Fourth Generation HD Modular II-37  Polycom Launches Portable Video Conferencing System II-37  Arel Communications and Software Unveils Desktop Video  Conferencing Solution II-37  Global Crossing Provides Video Endpoint Management Service II-37  TANDBERG Releases the Foremost PC Video Conferencing System II-37  TANDBERG Launches HD Video Conferencing II-38  Cisco Forays into High Definition Video Conferencing System II-38  Nokia to Launch Video Conferencing on New Handsets II-38  damaka Unveils First-in-Class Desktop P2P Video Conferencing  System II-38  Codian Releases New Enterprise Video Conferencing System II-38  MTNL Introduces Video Conferencing Services II-38  Emblaze-VCON Unveils High Performance Codec, HD 600 II-39  Emblaze-VCON Releases HD Desktop Video Conferencing Solution II-39Codian Introduces New Series of Multipoint Video Conferencing  Devices II-39  Global Crossing Releases Ready-Access(R) Video II-39  Batelco Offers Satellite-based IP Services in the Middle East II-39  Flag Plans to Offer IP-Based Video and Data Services II-39  OneCommunity Extends Partnership with Global Crossing II-39  Actis and Codian Team Up to Provide Services in India II-40  RADVision Unveils Face-To-Face Video Conferencing II-40  BSNL to Launch Video Conferencing Services II-40  Hewlett Packard Introduces New Video Conferencing Package II-40  3 Hong Kong Introduces the First User-Self-Enabled 3G Video  Conferencing II-41  WiredRed(R) Develops New Multipoint VoIP Software for Desktop PCs II-41  Polycom Launches High Definition Video Conferencing II-41  Altera Develops Reference Design of VoIP based on FPGA II-41  BlueNote Develops VoIP Startup II-41  Microsoft to Unveil New Version for Video Conferencing II-42  Renesas Unveils Video Conferencing Software on 3G Phones II-42  Logitech Launches New Webcam II-42  Genesys Conferencing Launches Custom Conferencing Program II-42  DirectView Creates Wireless IP Video Conferencing Solution II-42  Avaya Launches New IP Video Telephony Solution II-42  Fujitsu Develops JoinMeeting II-43  IntraTel, LLC Introduces IntraTelConnect Software II-43  Scitec Introduces IP-PBX and IP Centrex Systems and WiFi  Networking Systems II-43  Transporter Develops New Technology for Video Conferencing II-43  Genesys Introduces Genesys Meeting Center 3.0 II-43  Genesys Launches Unique Carrier-Grade VoIP Platform II-43  Global Crossing Launches iVideo Conferencing Service II-44  Global Crossing Launches Conferencing Services in Latin America II-44  Lucent Technologies Expands 3G CDMA450 Product Portfolio II-44  MCI Introduces IP Access to Audio and Video Conferencing II-44  Polycom Introduces VSX Release 7.5 Software II-44  Polycom Unveils VSX 8000 II-44  IVCi Introduces Free Every 3 Program II-45  Polycom Unveils First Fully Integrated Personal Video  Conferencing System II-45  Sony Launches Latest Video Conferencing System II-45  Sony Unveils PCS-G70 II-45  Sony Unveils Desktop Video Conferencing Solution II-45  TANDBERG(R) Launches New Video Communications Products II-45  TANDBERG Introduces New MXP Technology II-46  TANDBERG Introduces Mobile Video System II-46  TANDBERG Enhances Product Line II-46  TANDBERG Launches New Video Communication Product II-46  VCON Introduces First Video Conferencing Application II-46  VCON Joins ATEME to Deliver Video Telephony Reference Design II-46  VCON and TECHONTAP Join to Increase Video Conferencing Product  Distribution II-46  VCON Joins Phone-Or to deliver Quality Voice Systems II-47  VCON Announces New Video Conferencing Solution II-47  VCON Installs First Video Conferencing System in Turkey II-47  V-SPAN Launches VNMS II-47  Intel Launches Optimization Kits II-47  MCI Launches Audioconferencing, Net Conferencing and Video  Conferencing II-48  Streamlogics Launches Web Casting Services II-48  RADVision Offers Two New Products in the Invision Series II-48  TANDBERG Offers New Video Conferencing System for Executive  Conference Room II-48  Starbak Communications Builds a Variant of Torrent VCG for  Microsoft Windows Server 2003 II-48  RADVision Offers New Video Conferencing Product Series II-49  ADTRAN(TM) Modifies ATLAS(TM) Famili IADs II-49  Mosaic Communications Launches IP Video Conferencing II-49  VC Net Launches European Video Conferencing Network II-50  Sprint Launches Sprint eVideo Conferencing(SM) II-50  France Telecom Introduces Viaconferencing II-50  Aethra Introduces Nova Mobile Video Conferencing System II-50  First Virtual Offers a New Video Conferencing Solution Based  on Intranet and Internet II-50  TANDBERG Extends the Video Conferencing Solutions' Collection  with B4 Software II-50  Forgent(TM) Networks Offers 2.0 Variant of Video Network Platform  (VNP) II-51  TANDBERG Launches TANDBERG 550 for Small Group Video Conferences II-51  Polycom Offers Premier Video Communications Solutions II-51  NEC System Technologies and NEC Collectively Build New Video  Conferencing System II-51  Agilent Technologies Launches New RouterTester Software II-52  TANDBERG Introduces Natural Audio Module(TM) II-52  ADTRAN(TM) Adds a New Product to TRACER Line of Products II-52  Broadwing Extends the Product Portfolio with IP Video  Conferencing II-52  Aethra(R) Launches Vega Series of Set-top Video Conferencing  Products II-53  Global Crossing Offers Video Conferencing Service Over  Internet Protocol II-53  Wistron Softel and Chunghwa Telecom Introduce hiMeeting II-53  RADVision Launches viaIP 100 Product Line for SMB Market II-54  TANDBERG Provides Video Conferencing Solutions Via OneNet II-54  TANDBERG Offers TANDBERG 880 II-54  Avistar Communications Launches Camera for Desktop Video  Conferencing System II-54  Compunetix Innovates its Products II-54  TANDBERG Launches TANDBERG Director II-55  Wire One Adds two New Features for Glowpoint Network II-55  Aethra Launches Nova Entry Video Conferencing Solution II-55  Mosaic Communications Releases IP-Based Video Conferencing II-55  Wipro ePeripherals Introduces DigiClik Camera II-56  Vweb Unveils VW2010 with Codec Functionality II-56  TANDBERG Introduces Tandberg 1000 Video Conferencing System II-56  SDV9200 Desktop Video Conferencing System from Liesegang UK II-56  Orange Releases Videophone with Video Conferencing II-56  Wire One Technology Launches IP-Based Video Conferencing II-56  Tridel Technologies Begins Offering Video Conferencing II-57  VTEL Deutschland Launches Video Conferencing Product II-57  NERA Introduces Water-Proof Video Conferencing System II-57  TeleChoice Deutschland Unveils PowerEye Video Conferencing System II-57  MultiLink Launches Internet Meeting Manger (IMM) Software II-57  TANDBERG Releases Vision 6000 Roll-About Group Conferencing  System II-57  Forgent Introduces Video Network Management Software II-57  Prescom Introduces Meet & See Video Conferencing System II-58  PictureTel Extends iPower Line with Picture Tel 600 Series II-58  InnoMedia Introduces Variant 2 of IP VideoPhone II-58  Sony Introduces Two New Video Conferencing Systems II-58  Liesegang Introduces Aethra's Vega 2 II-58  PolySpan Teleconferencing Offers 1.5 Variant of ViaVideo Video  Conferencing Software II-58  PictureTel Introduces 900 Line Video Conferencing System II-58  V-SPAN Extends IP Video Conferencing Services with Video OnNet II-59  First Virtual Communications Introduces a Variant of Click to  Meet(TM) II-59  STARBAK Launches 2.0 Version of Torrent CE(TM) II-59  VCON Offers Media Xchange Manager for Multi- Vendor Video  Conferencing networks II-59  VTEL Introduces 3.0 Variant of SmartVideoNet Manager II-60  CUseeMe Offers Video ware Video Conferencing Software II-60  Teliris Introduces Large-Scale Video Conferencing Service II-60  Sprint Offers Turnkey Video Conferencing Service Based on IP II-60  Enlighten Technologies Launches e-SDN for Legal Market II-61  BPL Telecom Introduces Video Conferencing Services Based on  ISDN and IP in India II-61  Cisco Systems Expands the Optical Networking Portfolio II-61  InnoMedia Introduces Videophone Based on IP II-61  TANDBERG Introduces Highly Sophisticated Video Conferencing  Software II-61  ImageCom Introduces Mobile Video Expertise (MVE) technology II-62  Impact Innovations Group Offers Unity, Enterprise  Collaboration Software II-62  Cisco Launches a New Line of Video Conferencing Systems Based  on IP II-62  Broad TV Develops Video Conferencing Software Based on Internet II-62  Liesegang Introduces Aethra's Maia Series II-63  Wisecom Introduces Two New Products in Spain II-63  VTel Offers Set-top 250 Mobile ISDN Video Conferencing System II-63  Geo Interactive Media Group Releases A3 Codec Chip Design II-63  Polyspan Introduces StreamStation Product II-63  Max Internet Offers Max i.c.Live 3600 Accelerator Card and Max  i.c. Video Communication Station II-64  VCON Introduces Falcon IP Video Conferencing System II-64  MVC Mobile VideoCommunication Deutschland Launches TimeMaxX II-64  Polyspan Introduces ViewStation FX II-64  Genesys and Videocall Group to Offer New Video Conferencing  Service II-64  PictureTel Introduces Concorde 4200ZX Based on ISDN II-64  Sony Deutschland Introduces Contact PCS-1500P II-65  PictureTel 1414c Offers Conference 1-2-3 II-65  Sony Electronics Launches Contact 323 for Transmitting on the  Internet II-65  Polyspan Teleconferencing Offers Two New Video Conferencing  products II-65  TANDBERG Expands the Portfolio of Video Conferencing Solutions  with TANDBERG 500 II-65  Lucent Technologies Builds New Technology for Video Conferencing II-65  PictureTel Offers a New Video Conferencing Device Based on PC II-65  FVC.com Introduces an Advanced Variant of Click to Meet II-66  RSI Video Conferencing, Launches VideoFlyer 128 Value Pak II-66  Cisco Systems Launches 2.0 Version of IP/VC 3500 Series II-66  Collaborative Systems Develops Orchestra II-66  White Pine Introduces CU See Me Cam Kit product II-66  Ezenia! Offers Encounter 3000 Series II-67  Zydacron Introduces Z360 Codec for OEMs II-67  VTEL Corporation Offers Galaxy(TM) MiniTower Video Conferencing  System II-67  CUseeMe(R) Networks Develops MeetingPoint Server for Microsoft  Exchange 2000 II-68  PSINet, 1414c and Global VideoCom Group Collectively Offers "  video-on-the.net" II-68  9. Recent Industry Activity II-69  SightSpeed and VTEL Collaborates to Offer Affordable  Videoconferencing Solution II-69  BT to Take Over Wire One II-69  AT & T Inks VoIP Services Contract with International  Exhibitions II-69  Ultra Electronics Holding Purchases Criticom Inc II-70  Google Inc Acquires Marratech AB II-70  Westcon Group Buys ReView Video LLC II-70  Shared Technologies Inc. Acquires Communication Management  Services II-70  Cisco to Acquire WebEx II-70  IP Unity Acquires Glenayre Messaging to Form IP Unity Glenayre II-71  Polycom Takes Over Destiny Conferencing II-71Tandberg Collaborates with Hewlett-Packard (HP) II-71  Cisco Teams Up with Jabber II-71  AT&T, Inc. Inks Agreement with MEDITECH II-72  Teliris Sells Major Stake to Private Equity Firms II-72  BroadSoft Collaborates with RADVISION to Provide Video-Enabled  VoIP Services II-72  Cisco Systems Acquires Scientific-Atlanta II-72  XConnect Acquires IPeerX II-72  ITLS Acquires EarthNet Communications II-72  Genesys Sets Up New Development Facility in Shanghai II-72  Avaya GlobalConnect Partnerships with Sony II-73  BT to Invest on Global VoIP Platform II-73  Rex Rotary Signs Marketing Agreement with Polycomm II-73  VideoCentric Expands SDSL and ADSL Services II-73  Bharti Teletech Signs Marketing Agreement with Polycom II-73  Codian and DyLogic Partnerships to Provide "On-the-road" Video  Conferencing Solutions II-73  Codian Opens Sales and Services Office in Germany II-74  Polycom India to Open Office in Bangalore II-74  SingTel Partners with Etisalat II-74  RADVISION Teams Up with Ingate Systems to Offer Multipoint  Conferencing II-74  Ericsson Inks Agreement with Telstra II-74  AT&T and BellSouth Plans Merger II-75  Verizon Acquires MCI II-75  Sprint Nextel Spin-Offs its Local Telephone Business II-75  Alcatel and Lucent Enter into Merger Agreement II-75  Interlink Global Enters into Agreement with I Stream for Video  Conferencing II-75  IncomeHarvest Enter into Marketing Agreement with Brightbox II-76  AT&T Secures Subcontract for Video Conferencing Network II-76  Audio Visual Machines Acquires Video Meeting Company II-76  Gordon Investments to Acquire All New Video Limited II-76  Polycom Takes Over DSTMedia II-76  Wire One Technology and V-SPAN Combine to form Wire One  Communications II-77  WebEx Communications Acquires Intranets.com II-77  Emblaze-VCON Enters Agreement with Chinese Government II-77  Britestream and AVCON Sign Agreement to Offer Secure IP Video  Conferencing II-77  Cisco to offer Rich-Media Communications Based on IP II-77  SKIDATA Selects York Telecom for Video Conferencing Services II-78  Sony Electronics Joins with GlowPoint to Provide Video  Conferencing on Broadband II-78  Renault Selects VCON to Install Video Conferencing Services II-78  DirectView Secures Video Conferencing Contract from Q.E.P. II-78  BCS Global and ETT Sign Strategic Agreement II-78  Broadcast International Enters into Agreement with Rep360 II-78  Vodafone to Further the Installation of GlobalTable(TM) Video  Conferencing II-79  Gores Technology Group Acquires V-SPAN II-79  Genesys Conferencing Enters into Contract with Bonduelle II-79  Genesys Conferencing Signs Contract with Centrica II-79  Genesys Conferencing Signs Global Contract with ABB II-79  Vccon Enters into Contract with Consip II-79  Convergia Enters into Agreement with Global Crossing II-79  US State Department Turns to Video Conferencing II-80  AT&T Extends Contract with Tech Data II-80  Polycom Completes Acquisition of Voyant Technologies II-80  Telus Acquires Adcom II-80  eOn Communications Acquires Aelix Systems II-80  Hartcourt Purchases Control Tech Electrics Technology II-80  Gateway Access Solutions Acquires Albuquerque II-80  Intransa Signs Strategic Channel Deal with NewWave II-81  InterDigital Signs Agreement with Atmel II-81  Global Crossing Signs New Service Level Agreements II-81  Telecom New Zealand Enters into Agreement with Lucent  Technologies II-81  Liberty Travel's Signs IP Network Contract With AT&T II-81  Shaw University Inks Contract With Avaya II-81  Genesys Enters into Global Contract with Heidelberger  Druckmaschinen II-82  Genesys Conferencing in Partnership with Honeycomb Connect II-82  VCON Forms Partnership with Wave Three II-82  Japan Telecom Forms Partnership with Polycom II-82  Polycom Enters into Partnership with Raytheon II-82  VCON Enters into Partnership with Xenex II-82  Polycom Enters into Agreement with Telstra II-82  Singapore Telecommunications Enters into Agreement with KPN II-83  Fuji Xerox Establishes Collaborative Computing Network with  Cisco System II-83  Vector Resources Attains IP Communications Specialization of  Cisco Systems II-83  V-SPAN and Worldwide ISDN Prolong Partnership II-83  Cisco Introduces New Software II-83  WebeX Acquires China Operations II-83  Damovo Forms Partnership with RADVISION II-84  Vidcon Partners with Micro Warehouse II-84  Vemics Signs Pact with Wire One II-84  Polycom Enters into Agreement with MRI II-84  Masergy Signs Pact with GBH Communications II-84  Solutionz Enters into Agreement with Masergy II-85  Forgent Divests Video Conferencing Assets to GTG II-85  ACT Teleconferencing Acquires Proximity II-85  ViewCast Partners with Masergy II-85  First Virtual Forms Alliance with Aethra II-85  KPNQwest Teams with GVC II-86  Latitude Communications Signs Pact with Radivision II-86  Forgent Forms Alliance with SPL Integrated Solutions II-86  TANDBERG and AMD Form Collaboration II-87  TANDBERG Enters into Distribution Agreement with White Radio II-87  IVCi Inks Pact with STARBAK II-87  Wire One Enters into Agreement with BellSouth II-87  VBrick Systems Inks Agreement with Masergy Communications II-87  Genesys and Philips Enter into Agreement II-88  VCCW Bags DfES Contract II-88  China Unicom Buys Polycom's Network Equipment II-88  Polycom Contracts with CCB II-88  Alcatel Bags Supply Contract from Heritage Lottey Fund II-88  TANDBERG Supplies Video Conferencing Systems to The Government  of Victoria II-89  Pinacl' Solutions Teams with UKERNA II-89  Eterra Bags SEK 3.8 Order II-89  Computacenter Bags Scottish Government Video Conferencing Tender II-89  Coastal Carolina University Sets Up Video Conferencing to  Train Soldiers II-89  China Railcom Selects RADIVISION and VisionNex II-90  The College Board Uses Wire One's Glowpoint Network II-90  State of Alabama Selects GSS for Centralizing its Video  Conferencing Activities II-90  RADVISION Adds Three New Resellers II-90  IVCi Uses Forgent(TM) Networks' Video Network Management II-91  Forgent(TM) Provides Service and Video Conferencing Equipment II-91  Avaya Provides Video Conferencing Solutions to FIFA II-91  Department of Company Affairs uses Teleconferencing and Video  Conferencing Solutions II-91  V-Span Acquires Peer Digital II-91  ACT Acquires 1414c II-91  Pineapplehead Acquires Idea Media II-92  Polycom Acquires Circa Communications II-92  Polycom Acquires PictureTel II-92  Oki and Microsoft Form Alliance II-92  PixelMEDIA and MediationAmerica Forms Strategic Alliance II-92  Signature Alliance Formed to Realize Synergies II-92  Vialog Provides Video Conferencing Solutions to US TeleMed II-93  NVS Distributes ViewCASE(TM) Portable Video Conferencing Systems II-93  Sony Inks Two Part Agreement with Genesys II-93  VCON Contracts with PBC II-93  PictureTel(R) Corporation Contracts with OneNet II-93  Indian Government Installs Video Conferencing Systems II-94  Pinacl Receives GBP30 Million Contract II-94  Path 1 Network Technologies Launches EL1000 II-94  Federal Bureau of Prisons Installs Video Conferencing  Applications II-94  AT&T Offers Video Bridging Services to Customers II-94  10. Focus on Select Global Players II-95  Alcatel-Lucent (France) II-95  AT&T Inc. (USA) II-95  Avaya, Inc. (USA) II-95  BT Conferencing (UK) II-96  Emblaze-VCON Ltd. (Israel) II-96  Genesys Conferencing Inc. (USA) II-97  Global Crossing Limited (USA) II-97  Polycom, Inc. (USA) II-97  Sony Electronics Inc. (USA) II-98  Sprint Nextel Corporation (USA) II-98  TANDBERG (Norway) II-99  Verizon Business (USA) II-99  VTEL Products Corporation Inc. (USA) II-99  Wire One Communications, Inc. (USA) II-100  11. Global Market Perspective II-101  Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for  Video Conferencing by Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan,  Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and  Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales  Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-101  Table 5: World Long-term Projections for Video Conferencing by  Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific  (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets  Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$  Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-102  Table 6: World 10-Year Perspective for Video Conferencing by  Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for  USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),  Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008  & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-103  Table 7: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for  Video Conferencing Systems by Geographic Region - USA, Canada,  Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America,  and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual  Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010  (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-104  Table 8: World Long-Term Projections for Video Conferencing  Systems by Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe,  Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of  World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures  in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-105  Table 9: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for  Video Conferencing Systems by Base Technology - IP Systems and  ISDN Systems Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures  in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-106  Table 10: World Long-Term Projections for Video Conferencing  Systems by Base Technology - IP Systems and ISDN Systems  Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$  Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-106  Table 11: World 10-Year Perspective for Video Conferencing  Systems by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of DollarSales for USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia -Pacific (excluding  Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for Years  2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-107  Table 12: World 10-Year Perspective for Video Conferencing  Systems by Base Technology - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar  Sales for IP Systems and ISDN Systems for Years 2003, 2008 &  2012 II-107  Table 13: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for IP  Systems by Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe,  Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of  World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures  in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-108  Table 14: World Long-Term Projections for IP Systems by  Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific  (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets  Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$  Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-109  Table 15: World 10-Year Perspective for IP Systems by  Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for  USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia -Pacific (excluding Japan),  Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008  & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-110  Table 16: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for  ISDN Systems by Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan,  Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and  Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales  Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-111  Table 17: World Long-Term Projections for ISDN Systems by  Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific  (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets  Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$  Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-112  Table 18: World 10-Year Perspective for ISDN Systems by  Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for  USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia -Pacific (excluding Japan),  Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008  & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-113  Table 19: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for  Video Conferencing Services by Geographic Region - USA,  Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin  America, and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with  Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through  2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-114  Table 20: World Long-Term Projections for Video Conferencing  Services by Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe,  Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of  World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures  in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-115  Table 21: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for  Video Conferencing Services by Base Technology - IP Services,  ISDN Services, and Other Services Independently Analyzed with  Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through  2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-116  Table 22: World Long-Term Projections for Video Conferencing  Services by Base Technology - IP Services, ISDN Services, and  Other Services Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales  Figures in US$ Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-116  Table 23: World 10-Year Perspective for Video Conferencing  Services by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar  Sales for USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding  Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for Years  2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-117  Table 24: World 10-Year Perspective for Video Conferencing  Services by Base Technology - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar  Sales for IP Services, ISDN Services, and Other Services for  Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-118  Table 25: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for IP  Services by Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe,  Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of  World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures  in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-119  Table 26: World Long-Term Projections for IP Services by  Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific  (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets  Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$  Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-120  Table 27: World 10-Year Perspective for IP Services by  Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for  USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),  Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008  & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-121  Table 28: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for  ISDN Services by Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan,  Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and  Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales  Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-122  Table 29: World Long-Term Projections for ISDN Services by  Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific  (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets  Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$  Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-123  Table 30: World 10-Year Perspective for ISDN Services by  Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for  USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),  Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008  & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-124  Table 31: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for  Other Services by Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan,  Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America, and  Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales  Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) II-125  Table 32: World Long-Term Projections for Other Services by  Geographic Region - USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific  (excluding Japan), Latin America, and Rest of World Markets  Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$  Million for Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding  Graph/Chart) II-126  Table 33: World 10-Year Perspective for Other Services by  Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for  USA, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan),  Latin America, and Rest of World Markets for Years 2003, 2008  & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-127  III. MARKET  1. The United States III-1  A. Market Analysis III-1  Current and Future Analysis III-1  Market Overview III-1  Market Structure and Competition III-1  Table 34: ISDN and IP Video Conferencing Market in the US  (2005 & 2006): Percentage Breakdown of Calls through  Network Type - ISDN and IP III-2  Video Conferencing Systems Market III-2  Video Conferencing Services Market III-2  Table 35: Video Conferencing Services Market in the US  (2005): Percentage Breakdown of Calls - Multi-Point and  Point-to-Point III-2  Table 36: Videoconferencing Services Market in the United  States (2007): Percentage Market Share Breakdown of  Leading Players -Wire One Communications, AT&T, Verizon,  Applied Global Technologies, Global Crossing, Glowpoint,  and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-3  Competitive Analysis III-3  CSP Managed Video Conferencing Services Market III-3  Table 37: Leading Players in the US CSP Managed Video  Conferencing Services Market (2004): Percentage Breakdown  of Value Sales for V-Span/Wire One Communications, Global  Crossing, Verizon, AT&T, and Others (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) III-3  Customer Managed Video Conferencing Services Market III-4  Table 38: Leading Players in the US Customer Managed Video  Conferencing Services Market (2004): Percentage Breakdown  of Value Sales for AT&T, MCI/Verizon Business, Sprint  Nextel, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-4  Group Video Conferencing Systems Market III-4  Table 39: Leading Players in the US Group Video  Conferencing Systems Market (2004)): Percentage Breakdown  of Value Sales for Polycom, TANDBERG, Sony, and Others  (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-4  MCU Systems Market III-5  Table 40: Leading Players in the US MCU Systems Market  (2004): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Ezenia,  Polycom, Alcatel Lucent, and Others (includes  corresponding Graph/Chart) III-5  Distribution Dynamics III-5  Key End-User Groups III-5  Table 41: Video Conferencing Systems in the US (2005 &  2006): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Vertical  Market - Corporate, Government, Education, and Healthcare  (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-5  Issues and Trends III-6  Video Conferencing Market Increases Significantly III-6  Mobile Video Conferencing - A Gift from Next Generation  Networks III-6  Video Streaming - A Value Addition to Video Conferencing  Offerings III-6  Video Conferencing to Homes - A Slow Transition III-6  Desktop Systems to Dominate Group Systems III-7  Set-top Boxes Drive Growth of Group Video Conferencing Systems III-7  Broadband Video Gains Prominence III-7  ISDN Continues to Remain the Primary Network for Video  Transmission III-7  Related Diversifications - A Strategy to Stay Competitive III-8  Other Trends Influencing the Growth of Video Conferencing  Market III-8  Price Declines Power 'Systems' Sales III-8  TV-Based Consumer Video Conferencing Products go Out of Focus III-8End Point Manufacturers Give Tough Competition to MCU Vendors III-8  Advancements in Communications Technology - Boon to  Service Providers III-8  Video Network Management Services - New Opportunity to  Service Providers III-9  Shift from Customer Managed to Conferencing Service  Provider Managed Networks III-9  Wider Range of Applications Emerge with the Shift to IP III-9  Satellite-Based Video Conferencing - Burgeoning Market III-9  Growth Deterrents III-10  Lesser Number of Mid-sized and Small Business Customers  Deters Growth III-10  Varied Customer Requirements Pull Down Service Provider  Revenues III-10  Longer Sales Cycles Delay Growth III-10  Mounting R&D Costs - An Entry Barrier for New Companies III-10  Proliferation of OEMs - Fuelled by High Costs of Production III-10  Manufacturers forced to Modify their Basket of Offerings  as High-End Systems Show Low Growths III-10  Misconceptions Hamper Growth of IP-based Products III-11  Constraints and Challenges Specific to Video Conferencing  Services Market III-11  Pricing in IP Video Conferencing Services III-11  Unlimited Calling Plans III-11  Usage-based Calling Plans III-11  Fixed Hours Per Month Calling Plans III-11  Technological Developments III-11  Product/Service Introductions 

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