Research and Markets: Revised Line/Seat and Revenue Forecasts through 2012 for Hosted IP Centrex and Broadband IP Telephony within the US Are Provided In This Latest Research.
The slowing economy is certain to play a role in the continued deployment of VoIP. While new entrants may be skeptical about spending in order to save, this might not be as much the case among the increasingly sizable siz·a·ble also size·a·ble
Of considerable size; fairly large.
siza·ble·ness n. base of existing business VoIP users VoIP User is a community driven and financed SIP based VoIP network. The projects aim is to introduce people to the concept of VoIP by allowing members to experiment with SIP and IAX2 devices. who still have plenty of legacy TDM (Time Division Multiplexing) A technology that transmits multiple signals simultaneously over a single transmission path. Each lower-speed signal is time sliced into one high-speed transmission. voice solutions in place. Many of these decision makers are more likely to seek solutions involving less up-front costs, or rock-solid financials than those choosing to abandon further deployment strategies. Only 34% of businesses with VoIP use it exclusively (no TDM). Deployments remain wide-ranging, and despite recent economic slowdowns, growth in all flavors of VoIP is expected to grow at mitigated levels, reaching 74% of all US businesses by 2012.
This report reviews the key factors driving VoIP adoption, the impact of a slowing economy, and the multiple flavors of IP finding roots in the US business market. Survey results of 639 decision makers in organizations that have adopted VoIP are reviewed. Revised line/seat and revenue forecasts through 2012 for Hosted IP Centrex A telephone service in which an IP-based PBX is located in the telephone company's facilities. It connects to the customer via the LAN rather than by telephone wires. IP CENTREX offers voice over IP and other IP-based services as well as connectivity to the regular telephone system (PSTN). and broadband IP telephony The two-way transmission of voice over a packet-switched IP network, which is part of the TCP/IP protocol suite. The terms "IP telephony" and "voice over IP" (VoIP) are synonymous. within the US are provided, along with a worldwide IP PBX (Internet Protocol Private Branch eXchange) A telephone switch that supports voice over IP (VoIP). IP PBXs convert IP phone calls into traditional circuit-switched TDM connections for the PSTN. line.
Key Topics Covered:
* Executive Summary
* VoIP Is Still a Partial Solution But Gaining Broad Traction
* Carrier-Provided Solutions Appeal to SMB (1) (Small to Medium-sized Business) Also called "SME" (small to medium-sized enterprise), it refers to companies that are larger than the small office/home office (SOHO), but not huge. ; Premises-Based to Enterprises
* Carrier-Provided VoIP Solutions Still Led by BBIPT
* Many BBIPT and IP Centrex Vendors in the Mix
* No Single Premises-Based Solution Reigns Supreme
* IP Phones are Still Not Pervasive
* Only About Half of Total Voice Lines Among Current VoIP Users are IP
* IM Increasingly Has a Role in the VoIP Arena
* Factors Driving VoIP Adoption
* VoIP Forecasts
* IP PBX Forecast
* Hosted IP Centrex Forecast
* Broadband IP Telephony Forecast
* Data Collection
* Data Weighting
* Size of Business Definitions
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