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Asia Pacific Enterprise Video Market Update

  1. 1. Asia-Pacific Enterprise Video MarketUpdate 2013Jessie YuIndustry Manager, ICTJune 2013© 2012 Frost & Sullivan. All rights may reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property ofFrost & Sullivan. No part of it be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
  2. 2. AgendaOverview of Asia Pacific Enterprise Video MarketKey Highlights by sub-regions in Asia-Pacific in 2012Major Growth Market Opportunities and ChallengesRoad Ahead for Enterprise Video2
  3. 3. Market Definition and ScopeEnterprise Video Market: Technology Segmentation, Asia-Pacific, 2012EndpointsImmersiveTelepresenceRoom-Based VCExecutive3EnterpriseVideoExecutiveDesktopHardwareInfrastructureGateways andBridgesOtherInfrastructureSource: Frost & Sullivan analysis.
  4. 4. Asia Pacific Enterprise Video Market – Overview818.7 787.61,123.5Revenue Evolution, Asia Pacific,2011, 2012 and 2015Key Findings:• The market is down by 3.8% in 2012• Spending from government is$787.6 Million Marketin 201242011 2012 2015818.7 787.6 • Spending from government isstaggering• Intense competition among hardwareand software based video solutions• Spending expected to return in 2014• Hosted/Cloud Collaboration service isa big focus with all major Telcos/SPs.Note: All figures are rounded. The base year is 2012. Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis.
  5. 5. Asia Pacific Enterprise Video Market –Overviewby RegionANZ ASEAN GC• % of APAC market:13%• Revenue declinedworse than marketaverage in 2012• % of APAC market:5.5%• Revenue declinedin SG, MY, but grewin ID, PH, TH in2012• % of APAC market:55.2%• Flat growth inChina and TW, butHK dropped5India Japan Koreaaverage in 2012 2012• % of APAC market:9.3%• Revenue declinedin 2012• % of APAC market:13.5%• Revenue declinedworse than marketaverage in 2012• % of APAC market:2.9%• Flat growth in 2012Note: All figures are rounded. The base year is 2012. Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis.
  6. 6. Trend#1 – UC integration is key to the success ofvideo collaboration solutions• Leading UC giants like Ciscoand Avaya integrated video intoUC portfolio• Microsoft connected with SkypeVendors and SP• Channel partners play a criticalrole in the video collaborationmarket• Partners intend to carry multi-Channels6• Microsoft connected with Skypeand aligned with Polycom• Google and Tencent aim tocommercialize videocollaboration• Partners intend to carry multi-vendor solutions for greaterbreadth and market reach• Many channel partners buildingstrong hosted and cloudcapabilities to address futuredemand
  7. 7. Trend#2 – Increasing impact of alternatives likedesktop video solutions and video-as–a-service• Technology is changing fast to further ease the adoption of video amongorganization-wise• Numerous software-based desktop video solutions came into market andprovide customer with cost-effective alternatives• Managed services, especially for videoconferencing infrastructures, becoming7• Managed services, especially for videoconferencing infrastructures, becominga key segment for growth• Video connection via room-based systems, desktop and mobile experiencingstrong uptake
  8. 8. Trend#3 – Video Technology Beyond Meetings• Video collaboration technologies have been successfully deployedin emergency response command (ERC) systems in Chinesegovernment• Custom-based video solutions also are experiencing growingdemand in banks like video teller machine (VTM)8• The demand of video-enabled business process from verticals likehealthcare are also on the rise
  9. 9. Road Ahead for Enterprise VideoVideo-enabled business process will further drive the marketdemand for video endpoints and infrastructureVideo endpoints are expected to be commercialized during theforecast period for the key countriesThe SMB sector is expected to provide significant opportunities,especially in the growth markets such as China, India, and someASEAN countries.Growing significance of mobile devices within organisations will putadditional strain on on-premise infrastructures9
  10. 10. Asia-Pacific Enterprise Video Market Report, 2013Qualitative Data• Key trends in the Asia Pacific EnterpriseVideo market• Opportunity analysis and key factorsdriving revenue growth• Comparison of the on-premise andservices segments of the UC marketQuantitative Data• Asia-Pacific market size and forecasts• Market sizing and forecasts by Videoendpoints and Infrastructure• Demand Analysis by vertical and Horizontal• Revenue and forecast analysis by sub-regions• Competitive Landscape Analysis10• Analysis of leading and emerging vendorsin the enterprise video market• Sub-region country chapter includes ANZ,ASEAN, Greater China, Japan and SouthKoreaTo get a complimentary executive summary of thisresearch service, email
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  13. 13. Today’s PresenterJessie Yu, Industry ManagerFrost & SullivanJessie has extensive experience in market research and business development in Asia Pacificand Greater China. Her expertise includes research service delivery for the conferencing &collaboration market in Asia Pacific; market entry strategy, product diversification anddifferentiation analysis between Chinese vs. global vendors and profile market opportunitiesanalysis.For any other enquiries, email