Carrier VoIP Market to Grow 16 Percent by 2015
April 03, 2012
By Stefanie Mosca
, TMCnet Managing Editor
IP technologies have changed the way enterprises and SMBs alike communicate today, whether by means of a Voice over IP phones or by the use of IP-enabled equipment to transition to the latest communication systems. However, the largest adoption of IP communications being deployed currently in businesses worldwide is carrier-class VoIP.
In fact, a new market research report provided by TechNavio forecasts the Global Carrier VoIP market to grow at a CAGR of 16.6 percent from 2011 to 2015. With a high demand for VoIP services, the adoption of carrier VoIP solutions is continuing to increase at a rapid rate and will continue to over the next four years.
Another driver of the spike in carrier VoIP adoption can be credited to the transition from legacy voice networks to VoIP enabled equipment. However, according to the report, regardless of the high adoption rate of VoIP services and equipment, many competitor IMS vendors still pose a threat to the growth of the VoIP market in the future.
Gathering in-depth analysis from industry experts, the TechNavio Global Carrier VoIP Market 2011-2015 report covers the Americas, and the EMEA and APAC regions; it also covers the Carrier VoIP market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years as well as a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.
Some key vendors that dominate the carrier VoIP market space, according to TechNavio analysts, include Huawei, GenBand, Alcatel- Lucent and Acme Packet (News - Alert).
REDCOM Laboratories, has also long been an innovator in the IP communications industry, recognizing and addressing the demand for IP services early on. Take REDCOM’s softswitch offerings, for example, which enable a smooth transition from legacy to IP systems. REDCOM’s (News - Alert) next-generation softswitch solutions with extensive SIP-based VoIP capabilities allow ILECs/CLECs to scale their network faster with traditional trunks and phone lines, not only providing an effective solution but at the same time cutting operating costs.
REDCOM next-generation Class 4/5 softswitch leverages and preserves all the functionality and investment in legacy assets, while offering safe passage to leap-forward VoIP technology. The company’s carrier-class softswitch features include seamless integration with VoIP call management, media gateways and controllers and TDM functionality all in one platform.
Each softswitch offered by REDCOM provides extensive SIP-based VoIP capabilities, multiple access solutions and SNMP support. Users can register up to 3,000 SIP subscribers per unit and add new revenue through IP & TDM Centrex services.
For more information regarding REDCOM’s softswitch solutions, visit the company’s website.
Edited by Jennifer Russell