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Videoconferencing Equipment Market to Exceed $5.5B

July 25, 2008 | Chris Payatagool

wainhouse_logo.gifDUXBURY, MA - The videoconferencing market is poised for record setting growth over the next five years according to Wainhouse Research in the latest release of the firm's annual study of the videoconferencing market. The new report covers all phases of the enterprise videoconferencing equipment market including telepresence systems, room videoconferencing devices, and personal/desktop videoconferencing solutions. The market analysis by the boutique research firm concludes that growth over the next two years will be more in line with long-term figures, but then will return to the hyper-growth numbers experienced by the industry in the past 18 months.

With telepresence-like units forecast to grow at over 21% CAGR, enterprise group system revenues are expected to grow at a compound rate of 18% over the 5-year forecast period, about twice the growth rate of the past decade. The market for enterprise personal videoconferencing units is forecast to explode with a growth rate exceeding 50% per year, driven by multiple factors, including the adoption of Unified Communications, the drive to reduce corporate travel, and the emergence of a new class of high performance systems. According to Wainhouse Research, the overall endpoint market will grow from $1.3B in 2007 to over $4.9B in 2013. Videoconferencing infrastructure product revenues, including MCUs, gateways, and gatekeepers, are forecast to grow to $725M during the same time frame.

Rich Media Conferencing - 2008 Volume 2: Enterprise Videoconferencing Endpoints and Infrastructure is a 96-page report that includes a complete and detailed product forecast, historical market trends and figures, and a description of the 12 major drivers, as identified by Wainhouse Research, that are taking videoconferencing into the enterprise mainstream.

The report also includes a short description of thirty vendors identified by Wainhouse Research as leaders, influencers, and contenders in the videoconferencing market. Vendors profiled include Adobe, Aethra, AVCON, Avistar, Cisco, Compunetix, Dialcom, DVE, Emblaze-VCON, HP, Huawei, IBM Lotus, IOCOM, Kedacom, LifeSize, Microsoft, Mirial, Polycom, RADVISION, Sony, Tandberg, Telanetix, Telepresence Tech, Teliris, V2, VidSoft, Vidyo, Visual Nexus, VTEL, and ZTE.

This report is Volume 2 of Wainhouse Research's annual three-part study covering the conferencing industry. Volume 1 covers infrastructure products and technologies and Volume 3 covers service providers. Details, including an executive summary and table of contents, are available at http://www.wainhouse.com/reports. To order Rich Media Conferencing - 2008 Volume 1, 2 or 3 please contact Client Services Manager, Sara Fargo at [email protected] or +1 781 934 6165.

Wainhouse Research (www.wainhouse.com) provides strategic guidance and insight on products and services for Real-Time Unified Communications. The global client base includes established and new technology suppliers and service providers as well as enterprise users of voice, video, streaming, distance education and web collaboration solutions.

CONTACTS:
Analyst:
Andrew Davis
+1 617-975-0297

Client Services:
Sara Fargo
+1 781 934 6165

Press/Marketing:
Heather Fiedler
+1 781 934 2058

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