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New Report Examines the Current IP VPN Marketplace.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of "US IP VPN Market Update" to their offering.

In 2007, IP VPNs (virtual private networks) have a substantial base in the US marketplace and can no longer be viewed as an emerging technology. From a deployment perspective, IP VPN services are well established, generally available on a global basis, with traffic engineering capabilities and support systems that have matured to a point where they are more than adequate for most business purposes. IP VPN services are a critical part of today?s business communications infrastructure and a growth engine for service providers, with continued growth expected looking forward.

This report examines the current IP VPN marketplace and provides:

* Highlights of trends in IP VPN services

* Results and analysis of an IP VPN user survey

* Five-year forecast of the overall US IP VPN services market

* Five-year forecast of the overall US IP VPN services market segmented into network-based and CPE-based revenues

* Detailed profiles of 11 of the leading IP VPN service providers, updated for 2007

Introduction to Update

IP VPN Marketplace Summary

IP VPN Insights from the User Perspective

Enterprises Lead Deployment, but Small and Mid-Sized Businesses are Growth Areas

The Changing Landscape of IP VPNs, IPSec Losing Ground to MPLS

Security is ?Top of Mind? for Users

Do IP VPNs Get the Job Done?

IP VPN Forecast

Profiles of Leading IP VPN Service Providers

AT&T Inc.

Global Crossing

Level 3 Communications


Orange Business Services





Verizon Business

Virtela Communications


List of Tables

Table 1. Forecast of US IP VPN Services Revenues: 2007?2011 (US$ in Millions)

Table 2. Forecast of Network-Based vs. CPE-Based US IP VPN Services Revenues: 2007?2011 (US$ in Millions)

List of Figures

Figure 1. IP VPN Deployment

Figure 2. IP VPN Deployment by Size of Business

Figure 3. What Deters Organizations from Deploying IP VPN

Figure 4. IP VPN Deployment by Type

Figure 5. Most Important Factors for Selecting an IP VPN

Figure 6. Migration Strategy to IP VPN

Figure 7. IP VPN Migration Inhibitors

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Date:Oct 24, 2007
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