Week in research: India tops growth in enterprise voice market

As we spin into the holiday weekend, here are a few research reports that crossed the FierceTelecom desk this week:

  • India: India was tops at revenue growth in the enterprise telephony space, growing 32.8 percent in a quarter that saw $2.4 billion in revenue worldwide, Synergy Research notes in its Q1 2010 Enterprise Voice market shares report. Release.
  • Carrier Capex: Carriers weathered the economic downturn well in 2009, says Infonetics Research. Telecom service providers spent $295 billion on capital expenditure projects, 5.9 percent less than they spent in 2008, while revenue declined 4.2 percent from 2008. Release.
  • Switching and Routing: Infonetics also noted that Cisco led the carrier switch and router market¬† in Q1 2010, with a 6 percent gain in service provider IP core and edge router revenue over the last quarter. Release.

Infonetics 2010 carrier switch and router market

If technology's your thing, Fujitsu Microelectronics has just published a technical paper on 56GSa/s Analog-to-Digital Converter Technology for 100 Gbps Designs. It describes "the technology challenges involved in creating a long-haul 100 Gbps optical transport network." Release.

China "stole the show" in the IMS equipment and carrier VoIP markets during the first quarter of 2010, Infonetics points out. Carrier VoIP equipment manufacturer revenue jumped 16 percent over 4Q09. Release.

Infonetics top VoIP and IMS Vendors 2010

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