Avaya, Cisco, and NEC Drive Sequential Growth

by Jeff Wiener on November 22, 2010

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Nov. 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Dell’Oro Group, the trusted source for market information about the networking and telecommunications industries, reported that the Unified Communications market expanded to its highest level since 2008 in the third quarter this year. Strong second half seasonality helped offset weakness in Europe as the Unified Communications market expanded 7 percent sequentially.

“The market rebounded strongly in the third quarter due to robust seasonal quarters from several of the larger vendors, especially in North America, which was able to offset weakness in Europe” commented Alan Weckel, Director at Dell’Oro Group. ”Despite pockets of weakness reappearing, we believe that the Unified Communications market will expand significantly in 2010 as existing vendors continue to invest and expand their software offerings and Microsoft begins to actively push Lync,” Weckel added.

Also, according to the report, vendors continue to migrate their installed base over to IP lines, although the process may take another decade to complete. The top eight vendors in the quarter that accounted for more than 80 percent of IP line shipments were: Aastra, Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Cisco, Mitel, NEC, Shoretel, and Siemens.

The Dell’Oro Group Enterprise Telephony Quarterly Report offers complete, in-depth coverage of the market with tables covering manufacturers’ revenue, average selling prices, line (analog/digital and IP) and unit shipments for PBX (IP, Hybrid, Traditional PBX, Traditional Key) and Telephones (IP and Legacy Business Phones). The report also includes tables covering manufacturers’ revenue for Unified Communications and Enterprise Voice Applications.

{ 1 comment }

ThinkBright.net Business VOIP & Hosted PBX Solutions December 9, 2010 at 4:29 pm

In order for VOIP to become recognized as a major communication method. These companies need to grow. VOIP is becoming more and more popular as an effective means of communication. Sip clients have been already supplying the need for VOIP. We are all just waiting for the phone manufacturers to step up and make VOIP easy for everyone to use.

Comments on this entry are closed.

Previous post:

Next post: