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Global Enterprise VoWLAN Single-mode and DECT Phone Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p0648727/Global-Enterprise-VoWLAN-Single-mode-and-DECT-Phone-Market.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Landline
This strategic analysis is part of Frost & Sullivan's continued coverage of the enterprise communications marketplace. Within this analysis, Frost & Sullivan discusses the market drivers, restraints, competitive landscape, revenue potential, market shares, and key market trends of two main on-site enterprise mobility endpoint options available in the market today: VoWLAN single-mode devices (no smartphones) and DECT handsets. Through extensive primary and secondary research, this analysis provides enterprise device vendors with a detailed look at the current and changing dynamics in this fast-evolving on-site mobility marketplace.
Executive Summary•The enterprise voice over wireless local area networks (VoWLAN) single-mode and digital enhanced cordless telecommunications (DECT) phone market continues to present revenue opportunities as businesses seek to enable indoor mobility.•The market shipped 2.1 million endpoints and incurred revenues of $xx million in 2011, reflecting a xx percent andxxpercent growth respectively from 2010.•Frost & Sullivan expects VoWLAN single-mode and DECT phones to grow by xx percent in terms of units shipped and xx percent in terms of revenue over the forecast period from 2011 to 2018.•While these numbers indicate relatively good growth prospects, growth rates are much lower than what Frost & Sullivan expected in its previous studies.•The availability of newer mobile alternatives, and the de-prioritization of these types of endpoints by vendors, channel partners, and customers are expected to have a tangible effect on the VoWLAN single-mode and DECT phone market over the next four to seven years.•Most of the growth in the market is expected to come from DECT phones rather than VoWLAN single-mode devices.•With positive CAGRs of xxpercent in terms of units and xx percent in terms of revenue throughout the forecast period, DECT phones still present considerable opportunities in the market.•VoWLAN single-mode devices, on the other hand, are expected to have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of negative xxpercent in terms of units and negative xxpercent in terms of revenue throughout the forecast period.•In spite of positive growth rates in 2011, Frost & Sullivan believes that the growth opportunities for VoWLAN single-mode phone market will be limited in coming years to niche applications in the vertical industry space. Even vertical industries are expected to leverage the power of smartphones and tablets through software communications applications in the mid-to-long-term scenario.•As part of this analysis, Frost & Sullivan has identified market drivers, restraints, competitive issues, and growth opportunities within the world enterprise VoWLAN single-mode and DECT market.•Through extensive primary and secondary research, this analysis provides handset vendors and telecommunication providers with valuable insights to help them develop sustainable growth strategies.TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 4Market Overview 10Total Enterprise VoWLAN Single-mode and DECT Phone Market --•External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints 17•Forecasts and Trends 25•Demand Analysis 31•Competitive Analysis 36Enterprise DECT Phone Market Breakdown 42Enterprise VoWLAN Single-mode Phone Market Breakdown 49Regional Breakdown 55Mega Trends and Industry Convergence Implications 60The Last Word 62Appendix 66