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Displaying items by tag: Frost and Sullivan

Consulting company, Frost & Sullivan, has announced that it will extend key research programs in Australia in order to enhance the service which the company provides in meeting private and public sector demand for local, leading-edge analysis.

For at least 18 months Cisco has been talking about a global UC market worth $US27 billion, and Frost & Sullivan has just estimated the Australian US services market at $A608 million, but research firm ABI puts the global market at a mere $US302 million in 2008 and says it will be only $US4.2 billion by 2014.

Published in Cornered!
Frost & Sullivan has estimated that the Australian market for unified communication services reached a record value of $608.7 million in 2008, driven by increased demand for cost-saving technologies such as video and collaboration, but has warned that the market is getting tougher for systems integrators as a result of mergers and acquisitions among major players.

Published in Strategy
Verizon and Cisco have released the results of a study jointly commissioned from Frost and Sullivan that quantifies the productivity gains achieved from deploying collaboration and unified communications tools.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 02 September 2009 09:24

Cost reductions from WAN outsourcing: research

Telstra claims that the majority of Australian organisations managing their own Wide Area Networks (WANs) are incurring network operational costs of up to 38 per cent more than they should be, according to research it commissioned into the market.

Published in Market
Fuelled by regional government broadband initiatives, including Australia's NBN, Asia-Pacific fixed broadband subscribers are expected to grow 17.3 percent to reach 182 million users by the end of this year, with total industry billings for the region estimated to top US$44.9 billion which will be 13.3 percent more than billings in 2008.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 15 July 2009 12:32

Boom market for WAN optimisers

Frost & Sullivan has valued the Asia-Pacific WAN optimisation controller market at $US246.8m in 2008 and is predicting strong growth thanks to enterprises "reeling from often inadequate and costly bandwidth."

Published in Strategy
Reduced levels of customer churn, revenue and subscriber growth have emerged as major benefits to telecommunications companies from the bundling of services, with a prediction that single-service offerings may soon be a thing of the past.

Published in Home Tech
The market in the ASEAN region for network security vendors grew a very healthy 20 percent last year, while the Australian market grew by around four percent over 2007.

Published in Security
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