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In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following technologies: Internet protocol (IP) digital enhanced cordless telecommunications (DECT), session initiation …

In this research, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine the following technologies: Internet protocol (IP) digital enhanced cordless telecommunications (DECT), session initiation protocol (SIP) DECT, DECT 6.0, cordless advanced technology-Internet and quality (CAT-IQ), integrated services digital network (ISDN) DECT, voice over wireless fidelity (VoWi-Fi), mobile unified communications (UC) technologies, and wireless phones.

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  • 1. Global Enterprise VoWLAN Single-mode and DECT Phone MarketPublished: September 2011No. of Pages: 153Price: $ 6000This strategic analysis is part of Frost & Sullivan’s continued coverage of the enterprisecommunications marketplace. Within this analysis, Frost & Sullivan has identified industrychallenges, market drivers, restraints, competitive landscape, revenues, market shares andkey market trends of two of the main on-site enterprise mobility endpoint options availablein the market today: VoWLAN single-mode devices (no smartphones) and DECT handsets.With extensive primary and secondary research, this analysis provides enterprise endpointvendors with a detailed look at the current and changing dynamics in this fast evolving on-site mobility marketplace.Research OverviewThis Frost & Sullivan research service titled World Enterprise VoWLAN Single-mode andDECT Phone Markets provides on-site mobility endpoint vendors with a detailed look at thedynamics of a changing market. In this research, Frost & Sullivans expert analyststhoroughly examine the following technologies: Internet protocol (IP) digital enhancedcordless telecommunications (DECT), session initiation protocol (SIP) DECT, DECT 6.0,cordless advanced technology-Internet and quality (CAT-IQ), integrated services digitalnetwork (ISDN) DECT, voice over wireless fidelity (VoWi-Fi), mobile unified communications(UC) technologies, and wireless phones.This analysis is available through our Enterprise Communications Growth PartnershipServices program. With continuous access to intelligence and resources from all sevenperspectives of the Complex Business Universe, the Growth Partnership Services programensures that you and your Growth Team™ are able to maintain a 360 Degree Perspective ofthe market. This comprehensive, objective information allows your company to mitigaterisk, identify new opportunities, and drive effective strategies for growth. For moreinformation on this custom subscription service, please click here.Browse All: Telecommunication MarketReliability of DECT and VoWLAN Helps them Survive the Influx of New EnterpriseCommunication Devices and the Economic DownturnThe world enterprise DECT and voice over wireless local area network (VoWLAN) single-mode phone market, like most technology markets, has been seriously hit by the global
  • 2. economic slowdown. The market remained almost flat in 2008 and is expected to declinefurther in 2009. It is, however, expected to begin to recover in 2010 and experience moresignificant growth in 2011. The market is also feeling the heat of the competition from othertypes of mobile technologies such as advanced smartphones with built-in enterprise fixedmobile convergence (FMC) solutions. The threat from these solutions is very real since theyfrequently present a compelling value proposition to IT departments seeking to provideemployees with a single device offering multiple capabilities. Moreover, the DECT markethas to battle the perception of being an outdated and primarily consumer-centrictechnology. Participants will also have to address numerous other challenges includingchannel education, product evolution, quality and security, interoperability with wired andwireless systems, and the slow ratification of standards.Despite these issues, DECT and VoWLAN single-mode vendors can still stay afloat if theylaunch aggressive global campaigns aimed at promoting the various benefits andcapabilities of their on-site mobility solutions. Competition from enterprise FMC solutions willmost likely remain limited in the near term until users become more familiar with the valueof these nascent technologies. Therefore, enterprises are likely to continue to deploy themore reliable DECT devices or the mature single-mode VoWLAN handsets.Frost & Sullivan expects technologies such as IP DECT and SIP DECT to drive further DECTadoption, while voice-ready WLAN infrastructure implementations across verticals andregions will keep the VoWLAN single-mode market buoyant. Besides, most of VoWLAN’sbasic challenges have been resolved through continuous improvements in handsetcapabilities, wireless standards, as well as partnerships among device vendors, IP telephonyproviders, and WLAN infrastructure companies. Meanwhile, many major DECT phonemanufacturers have launched innovative advanced DECT handsets. New handsetcapabilities include enhanced interfaces, additional software functions, novel form factors(smartphone-resembling devices), improved device durability, integration with advancedmessaging and alarming systems, push-to-talk, location-based features, and centralizedmanagement capabilities, says the analyst of this research. Many DECT participants affirmthat the new capabilities offered by DECT technologies equal or even surpass those offeredby VoWLAN single-mode devices.Growing enterprise WLAN and IP telephony penetration will boost adoption of both DECTand VoWLAN solutions. On-site mobility vendors could further expand their growthopportunities within the DECT and VoWLAN single-mode market by focusing on keyverticals. They need to monitor specific vertical requirements in terms of on-site mobilitysolutions and identify potentially lucrative verticals. Vendors have to strive to provideevidence of cost savings and productivity gains through success case studies and end-usersurveys, notes the analyst. They should strategize for the current economic conditions byoffering different payment options when launching or presenting an FMC offering. They can
  • 3. also gain a distinct competitive edge by providing vertically tailored application support andintegrations.Market SectorsExpert Frost & Sullivan analysts thoroughly examine the following market sectors in thisresearch:• Unified communications• Enterprise communications• Mobile and wireless• TechnologiesThe following technologies are covered in this research:DECT/IP DECT/SIP DECT 6.0/ISDN DECT• VoWi-Fi• VoWLAN• Mobile UC Technologies• CAT-IQ Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 1.1. Executive Summary 1.2. Research Scope and Methodology 1.3. Market Definitions 1.4. State of the Market 1.5. Market Engineering Measurements2. On-site Mobility Trends3. Market Characteristics3.1. Market Challenges DECT3.2. Market Drivers -DECT3.3. Market Restraints DECT3.4. Market Challenges – VoWLAN Single-mode3.5. Market Drivers – VoWLAN Single-mode3.6. Market Restraints – VoWLAN Single-mode3.7. Demand Metrics & Findings – VoWLAN Single-mode3.8. Demand Metrics & Findings – DECT4. Market Forecasts4.1. World DECT Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts4.2. DECT Unit Shipment By Worldwide Region4.3. EMEA DECT Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts4.4. APAC DECT Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts4.5. NALA DECT Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts4.6. World VoWLAN Single-mode Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts4.7. VoWLAN Single-mode Unit Shipment By Worldwide Region4.8. NALA VoWLAN Single-mode Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts4.9. EMEA VoWLAN Single-mode Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts4.10. APAC VoWLAN Single-mode Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts
  • 4. 4.11. Comparison of VoWLAN Single-mode and DECT Unit Shipment Growth Rate5. World Regional Analyses5.1. European Profile5.2. NA Profile5.3. APAC Profile5.4. ROW: CALA & MEA6. Competitive Landscape6.1. DECT Market Competitive Structure6.2. VoWLAN Single-mode Market Competitive Structure6.3. DECT Company Market Share by Units6.4. VoWLAN Single-mode Company Market Share by Units7. Competitive Profiles7.1. Aastra7.2. Ascom7.3. Cisco7.4. Alcatel-Lucent7.5. NEC-Philips7.6. Polycom7.7. Vocera Communications7.8. Motorola7.9. Snom7.10. Siemens7.11. Other DECT Vendors7.12. Other VoWLAN Single-mode Vendors7.13. Important VoWLAN Single-mode and DECT Handset OEM Partners7.13 a Avaya7.13 b Nortel7.13 c Mitel8. Strategic Recommendations8.1. Strategic Considerations for all On-Site Device Participants8.2. Strategic Considerations for all DECT Participants8.3. Strategic Considerations for all VoWLAN Single-mode ParticipantsAbout Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 100,000+ market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689Contact:Mr.Priyank7557 Rambler road,
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