Asia-Pacific Enterprise Video Endpoints and Infrastructure Market 2014 Update
The year 2013 was challenging for the enterprise video market, both globally and in Asia-Pacific. While video has been gaining mind share and becoming a key communications tool for business users, leading vendors have seen a decline in their video conferencing related business.
As a result, the total Asia-Pacific enterprise video endpoints and infrastructure market revenue declined % in 2013 from the previous year.
Australia, Japan, and India markets experienced high double digit revenue decline in 2013 compared to 2012.
Price erosion was one of the main challenges that the market faced in 2013. The average end-user price both for high-definition endpoints and multipoint control units (MCUs) dropped over % across the region.
The ongoing seismic market shifts point at the growing need for new ways of implementing video such as software-based solutions and cloud services. This creates opportunities for established vendors as well as market entrants.
There is clearly an unmet need in the market for ubiquitous video that is scalable, affordable, and easy to use. New business models, deployment modes, and product bundles are expected to be launched in the market to address the need.
About this report
The research service provides an analysis of the Asia-Pacific enterprise video market for 2013. It examines the drivers and restraints for growth, pricing, and technology trends. Two segments—video endpoints and video infrastructure—have been covered. The study also attempts to forecast the revenue in the Asia-Pacific market for the next seven years. Analyses of the key market participants and their respective market shares have been provided. Moreover, detailed breakdown by region has also been provided for Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), Association of Southeast Nations (ASEAN), Greater China, Japan, and South Korea.
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