Strong Growth in IMS Equipment Market in 2009; Sales Up 142 percent

Deployments of IP multimedia subsystem gear by cable operators and voice-over-LTE providers will drive growth over next five years.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Mar 5, 2010
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Infonetics Research (http://twitter.com/infonetics) released its fourth quarter (4Q09) Service Provider VoIP Equipment and Subscribers and market share and forecast reports.

ANALYST NOTE
"The worldwide carrier voice over IP equipment market closed the 2009 calendar year down 28 percent, as expected, ending with its third consecutive quarter of stable revenue in the fourth quarter, led by very strong session border controller sales.

Meanwhile, the IMS equipment market ended on a high note with 2009 worldwide revenue up 142 percent over 2008.

The shining star in 4Q09 for IMS sales were deployments for mobile networks, particularly purchases for Rich Communication Suite, video, LTE trials, and enhanced mobile IM and presence services.

The IMS market will continue to be lumpy on a quarterly basis, but we expect continued positive momentum from new deployments from North American cable operators, Class 5 replacement projects in EMEA, and VoLTE to contribute to strong annual growth for at least the next five years," forecasts Diane Myers, directing analyst for service provider VoIP and IMS at Infonetics Research.

Click the following to read the complete report highlights: IMS equipment market up 142% in 2009; carrier VoIP holding steady after tough year

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