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Jan 15
2012

Mobile Now the Majority of Service Provider Revenue

Mobile services are crucial for communications service providers and other business partners in the communications ecosystem because of the growing dominance of mobile revenues. According to Ofcom, mobile service revenues now represent the majority of revenues in many countries.Already above 50 percent, mobile revenues now are approaching 60…

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Jan 1
2012

Global Telecom and CAPEX Forecast

Global telecom capital investment dipped in the wake of the 2008 Great Recession, as you might expect. But what of the longer-term trend? Some believe telecom capex, on a global basis, will be steady and upward, reflecting growing revenue in many regions. "The near-six percent increase in global telecom carrier capex we expect in 2011 over 2010 is…

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Dec 15
2011

SBC market to touch $1 bn mark in 2015

CAMPBELL, USA: Global service provider session border controller (SBC) market grew 45 percent in 2010 to $271 million and market research firm Infonetics Research projects it to top $1.0 billion by 2015 as IP voice traffic continues to grow strongly. "Though traditionally deployed in fixed-line networks for residential and business VoIP…

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Dec 1
2011

Global Telecom Service Provider Revenue to Hit $2.17 Trillion in 2015

In the 10 years from 2005 to 2015, telecom service provider revenue has shown and will continue to show year-over-year growth every year except in 2009, according to Infonetics.Following a 4.1 percent increase in 2010 over 2009, telecom service provider revenue will grow 7.6 percent in 2011, to $1.86 trillion. Infonetics revenue…

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Nov 15
2011

640 Million Mobile VoIP Users by 2016

Mobile VoIP specialists are expected to favor alliances with social media, gaming and software partners over partnerships with mobile network operators in coming years, as social media becomes ever more mainstream, finds Juniper Research. Juniper Research anticipates that the role of voice within the broader communications market will change, and…

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Nov 1
2011

VoIP Services Market to Cross $76 Billion Mark by 2015: Infonetics Research

The latest research from market research firm Infonetics Research (News - Alert) finds that Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services market will reach upwards of $76 billion in revenues by 2015. The growth will be primarily driven by Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP) trunking and hosted business VoIP services. According to…

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Oct 15
2011

SMBs see growth ahead, focus on cutting costs

SMBs continue to look ahead at future growth, but a sluggish economy has them looking harder for products that help them reduce costs, according to a new survey conducted by hosted VoIP provider 8x8 (Nasdaq: EGHT).The survey, which looked at new 8x8 customers who subscribed to the company's VoIP service between May 1 and August 19, showed…

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Oct 1
2011

Will North American Telecom Service Revenue Double by 2016?

Global carrier revenue is expected to achieve a nine percent compound annual growth rate from 2011 to 2016, growing to a total of $5.13 trillion, according to Insight Research Corp. Perhaps more surprising, Insight Research Corp. predicts that, within that time period, North American carrier revenue growth is expected to rise from $286.8…

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Sep 15
2011

Softphone market set for rapid expansion

Softphones haven't impacted the enterprise market like smartphones have, but new research indicates they could see strong growth in the next six years as businesses look to contain costs and take advantage of expanding VoIP networks.Global Industry Analysts forecast the market could grow to $217.2 million in value by 2017, with 2.9 million units…

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Sep 1
2011

Global Telecom Market Status and Forecast

According to the information released by HOT TELECOM (www.hottelecom.com) in its latest report “Global Telecom Market Status and Forecast” http://www.hottelecom.com/telecom-market-forecast.html, the global telecom services revenue reached US$1.9 trillion in 2010, representing a 4.5% increase, an improvement compared with 2009, when…

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