Report: Explosive Growth for Telepresence
Despite cost of sophisticated "immersive" videoconferencing systems, Frost & Sullivan finds enterprises in Asia-Pacific are adopting them as an alternative to travel.
Singapore, March 15, 2010Large businesses are increasingly turning to video as an alternative to travel when budgets are strapped - among the gainers are telepresence solutions. Revenues for ready-built telepresence suites in Asia-Pacific grew an estimated 71.1 percent in 2009 (up from 46.6 percent in 2008).
For 2010, Frost & Sullivan expects a growth of 64.4 percent, with revenues of just over US$73.0 million by year-end. Weaker growth is expected thereafter.
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