China's IP PBX market seen surging to $479m in 2010

10 Nov 2006

(Wireless News via NewsEdge) The IP PBX market in China is entering a fast-growth and will grow from $164.1 million in 2006 to $479.5 million in 2010, a report from research firm In-Stat said.

'Business users in China are seeing VoIP as a basic function in IP PBX products,' Kevin Li, In-Stat analyst said. 'Several solutions designed to cope with various risk scenarios are gradually alleviating potential customers' concerns of reliability and security for carrying voice over an open and standard data network.'

Recent research by In-Stat also said the development of IP PBX in small/mid-sized businesses still lags behind large enterprises.

Traditional PBX revenue in China will decline by a 31.8% CAGR through 2010 and that the traditional data network and voice network channels may not be suitable for IP voice services; consequently, vendors will have to train channel partners to meet their requirements, the report further said.

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