Technology that exists in the consumer space is now becoming more prevalent in the enterprise spaceDo your kids use any of this ?
*From less than 5billion Video/Chat calls to nearly 30 Billion in 2015 * We now start to see video calls make it into Mobile devices and eventually TV’s-
Slightly different take from the previous slide in that 71b video mins (not calls) in 2010 just on Skype40% of calls on Skype now include video up from 28% in 2008.
The same is true in the device world where facetime is estimated to account for some 40 billion unique connections by December 2012The growth being fuelled by the devices that are supporting video - from the introduction of the iPhone with a face camera to the iPAD 2 with its more powerful processor and face camera.The capability to engage in a video interactions is clearly something that we expect to result in video become a more common communication medium.And why are we seeing this trend?
Largely due to choice made by the consumer:It’s easy to pick up the phone and call a friend or relative but it’s far more enjoyable to see and hear them live :have they got fatter, lost more hair : take a look at the new babyThat’s why video calls by any measure and from what we have seen from Skype and Facetime are set to see more than 8 time growth from now to 2015.
What does this mean for the enterprise?How can we use video as natural part of our day to day work?Flexible (home and mobile workers)What is the biggest cost items to most business – staff – 50%-70%. Travel costs are not normally in the top 5.A small increase in productivity or efficiency in some organisations will translate to millions of £ extra sales or savings
The iPAD is now on 80% of the top FTSE 100 companies approved device list
RADVISION Video Conferencing Andy Nolan Sales Director UK and Ireland
Agenda About RADVISION Video Communications Market – Today & Tomorrow The RADVISION Solution
A Global Video Conferencing Market Leader Industry Leader in Video Conferencing over IP since 1992 History of Technology Leadership and Innovation with Strong Patent Portfolio Annual Revenues in 2010 - $95 Million Strong Debt-free Balance Sheet with $116M in Cash Listed on NASDAQ:RVSN March 2000 430 Employees Worldwide 4 Major Development Sites 17 Sales and Support Offices 4
Two Complementary Business Units Technology Business Unit (TBU) Advanced HD Video Client Products and Frameworks Enabling Technology for Developers of Video and Voice over IP (V2oIP), 3G and IMS Client/Server solutions Market Share Leader in Protocol Stacks (H.323, SIP, IMS) Professional Services Group Video Business Unit (VBU) Video and Voice Conferencing Solutions for the Enterprise Market Infrastructure, Management Software and Endpoints
Video Conferencing Market Dynamics $2 Billion Market in 2009 – 16% CAGR over next 6 years* Infrastructure Forecast 16% CAGR Executive Desktop Room Systems Actual. * Source: Wainhouse Research historical and Frost and Sullivan forecast 7
Technology proliferation From Consumer to Enterprise IM Social Media Blogging Video Content Sharing Over the top VoIP Video Communications - Currently in exponential growth
New Video Market – SMB & Consumer Video Calls/Chat by Screen Source: GigaOM Pro – calls only
Video calls over the Internet increased % of video calls out of all calls TODAY ~71B Video Minutes Source: Skype
Used to bridge geographical barriers The Number of Consumer Video Conferences projected to grow by more than 8 times between 2010 and 2015. - Gigot, 2010
Productivity is the name of the game What does this mean for the enterprise? By EOY 2011 75% of US workforce will require mobile capabilities World Wide mobile workers increase from 759M in 2006 to >1Bn by 2011 Increases employee productivity Source: IDC