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Asia Pacific Enterprise Video Market CY2012 & Q1 Update

Enterprise Video Endpoints and Infrastructure market used to be one of the fast growing and most promising technology segment in the Unified Communication and Collaboration space. In 2012, the market underwent a tough year across most countries in this region.
This briefing provides an overview of the market trends of entire video endpoints and infrastructure market from the following prospects: market size, forecast, competitive landscape and vertical and horizontal adoption trend.
The aim of this briefing is to
•Discuss and share the market dynamics of Enterprise Video endpoints and infrastructure
•Growth Challenges & Opportunity Areas
•Geographical highlights
•Brief overview of Competition and Customer Characteristics
Recorded Jun 13 2013 24 mins
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Jessie Yu, Industry Manager, Asia Pacific – ICT Practice
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