SIP Enabled Servers and IP PBX Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, 2008 to 2014

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SIP Enabled Servers and IP PBX Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, 2008 to 2014
SIP based IP PBX markets are poised for significant growth as people move to purchase IP based servers for communications. Significant pent up demand will be converted to sales as systems are put on the market that permit implementation of voice over IP that works. Voice over IP systems purchases have been postponed for ten years or more waiting for technology that works. VoIP technology finally works.

Technology transition relates to growth strategy that relies heavily on capturing a significant share of the spending by enterprises on their transition of technology from traditional communications systems to IP communications. IP communications has gained widespread acceptance in the marketplace and over time. The demand is continuing to increase as the industry goes through the mainstream adoption phase in the product lifecycle. Half of all lines currently being shipped are IP rather than traditional, or TDM. As a result of the technology transition, spending by enterprises on traditional voice communication systems has been declining. Increases in product revenue are attributable to sales of IP telephony systems. They continue to be offset in part by declines in product revenue attributable to traditional voice communication systems.

Pressures on services business are due to advances in technology. Customers continue to expect traditional services to be at lower prices to them. Customers routinely look for opportunities to reduce their information technology and related costs.

A high correlation exists with respect to customers in direct channel who purchase products also electing to purchase maintenance contracts at the time of the product purchase. At the time of contract renewal, maintenance and managed services revenues have been affected by reductions in scope of contracted services.

Digital Private Branch Exchange (PBX) At the End of Its Life Cycle The digital private branch exchange (PBX) has reached the end of its life cycle. The private branch exchange (PBX) has been a component of enterprise voice networks. The PBX facilitates local in-company dialing, local calls outside the premises, and long distance calls.

It was a proprietary hardware box that has been replaced by a combination of software from the traditional PBX vendors and computer industry standard blade servers that host the unified communications software. Systems work on the Internet, using SIP base protocols to provide session set up and call connections.

PBX systems that were meant to last 5 or 6 years have been in place twice that long, waiting for the new Internet based communications technology to arrive. It has. PBX vendors are selling software the sits on Linux blade servers from the computing industry.

With an IP-PBX, the local area network the platform is for connecting smart IP phones logically over a shared packet network to the call manager. This unifies the data applications and the voice network, but places demands on the packet prioritization aspects of the LAN infrastructure to ensure user satisfaction with the quality of audio. Power to the IP phone is provided via the standard power brickstyle transformer or via Power over Ethernet using the IEEE 802.3af standard.

SIP PBX / IP PBX markets are going from $14 billion in 2007 to $40 billion by 2014. IP-PBX shipments completely replace traditional PBX systems. IP-PBX shipments are related to traditional PBX shipments. The trend represented by this shipment data can be traced to IP-PBX architecture that allows businesses to reduce infrastructure cost while improving productivity.
SIP ENABLED PBX AND IP PBX MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

SIP PBX and IP PBX Markets
Software Based IP PBX
  SIP PBX and IP PBX Markets
  Digital Private Branch Exchange (PBX) At the End of Its Life Cycle
  Digital Private Branch Exchange (PBX) At the End of Its Life Cycle
SIP PBX / IP PBX Market Shares
  2.1.1 SIP Based IP PBX Softwares
SIP Enabled Servers and IP PBX Market Forecasts
  SIP PBX / IP PBX Market Forecasts

1. SIP ENABLED SERVERS AND IP PBX MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

1.1 SIP-PBX Deployment
  1.1.1 Telephone First Point Of Contact
  1.1.2 SIP Application Server
1.2 Convergence of Voice and Data
1.3 Enterprise PBX
1.4 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Standard
  1.4.1 SIP Advantages and Applications
  1.4.2 SIP Part of IP Suite
  1.4.3 Session Initiation Protocol
  1.4.4 SIP Mobility and Presence Support
1.5 SIP Application Server
1.6 Software Based IP PBX

2. SIP ENABLED PBX AND IP PBX MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

2.1 SIP PBX and IP PBX Markets
  2.1.1 Digital Private Branch Exchange (PBX) At the End of Its Life Cycle
  2.1.2 IP Signals Improved Business Communication
  2.1.3 SIP IP Protocol Enables Unified Communications
2.2 SIP PBX / IP PBX Market Shares
  2.2.1 VoIP Users
  2.2.2 Avaya
  2.2.3 Cisco
  2.2.4 Alcatel Lucent
  2.2.5 Nokia Siemens HSPA Network
  2.2.6 NEC
  2.2.7 3Com
  2.2.8 Aastra Ericsson Technologies Revenue
  2.2.9 AltiGen
  2.2.10 Worldwide Large Enterprise SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX
  2.2.11 Worldwide Mid Size Business SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX
  2.2.12 Worldwide Small Business SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX
2.3 SIP Based Servers and IP PBX Forecasts
  2.3.1 Aastra
  2.3.2 SIP PBX / IP PBX Market Forecasts
  2.3.3 Large Enterprise SIP Server Market Forecasts
  2.3.4 Mid Size Business SIP Server Market Forecasts
  2.3.5 Small Business SIP Server Market Forecasts
2.4 Selected IP PBX and SIP PBX Pricing
  2.4.1 Toshiba Pricing and Availability
2.5 SIP Servers
  2.5.1 SIP Server Market Shares
  2.5.2 SIP Server Market Forecasts
2.6 SIP Enabled Servers and IP PBX Regional Analysis
  2.6.1 SIP Servers and IP PBX Regional Segment Analysis
  2.6.2 Japan
  2.6.3 IP PBX Market In Japan
  2.6.4 Korea
  2.6.5 China
  2.6.6 Alcatel – Lucent Revenue by Region and Business Group
  2.6.7 Siemens Nokia
  2.6.8 Mitel Regional Market Segments
  2.6.9 Tekelec Revenue By Region

3. SIP ENABLED SERVERS AND IP PBX PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 SIP IP PBX Server Products
3.2 Avaya SIP Application Server
  3.2.1 Avaya Communication Manager - SIP Center PBX
  3.2.2 Avaya Intelligent SIP Based Applications for the Enterprise
  3.2.3 Avaya SIP SOA
  3.2.4 Pre-Built Applications From Avaya
  3.2.5 Avaya Third Party SIP Application Development Partner Inova IT
  3.2.6 Avaya Partner CGI, SIP Based Web Application
  3.2.7 Avaya SIP Application Server (SIP A/S)
  3.2.8 Avaya G860 Media Gateway
  3.2.9 Avaya Communication Manager Flagship IP Telephony Software Platform
  3.2.10 Avaya Small to Mid Size Business Servers
3.3 Nortel
  3.3.1 Nortel Telephony Solutions for Small & Medium Business
  3.3.2 Nortel In-Building Mobile Telephony Solutions
  3.3.3 Nortel CallPilot Unified Messaging
  3.3.4 Norstar Integrated Communications Systems
  3.3.5 Nortel Simplifies Communication and Business Processes –
3.4 Alcatel Lucent Enterprise Communications
  3.4.1 Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch Unified Communication Features
  3.4.2 Alcatel-Lucent Extended Communication Server
  3.4.3 Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Office
  3.4.4 Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise
  3.4.5 Alcatel-Lucent Videoconferencing
3.5 Cisco
  3.5.1 Cisco Unity® IP Media Gateway
  3.5.2 Cisco Unity PIMG and TIMG Architecture Key Features and Benefits
  3.5.3 Cisco Digital Connectivity
  3.5.4 Cisco T1 Connectivity
  3.5.5 Cisco Unity Failover Support
  3.5.6 Deployment Across a WAN
  3.5.7 Cisco PIMG Branch-Office Consolidation
  3.5.8 Cisco Speech Connect Feature
  3.5.9 Cisco Unified Workspace
  3.5.10 Cisco Voice Network Solution
  3.5.11 Cisco Unity® Unified Messaging
  3.5.12 Voice Traffic Cisco Security Features
  3.5.13 Cisco Voice Over IP Return on Investment
  3.5.14 Cisco Unified Communication
3.6 Siemens Hi-Path MobileConnect SIP PBX
  3.6.1 Siemens' HiPath 8000 SIP-Based Communications Platform
  3.6.2 Siemens Enterprise Communications PBX Features
  3.6.3 Siemens Enterprise Communications Open Architecture
  3.6.4 Nokia Siemens Flexi Platform And I-HSPA Architecture
  3.6.5 Nokia Siemens Networks Pioneer In I-HSPA
  3.6.6 Nokia Siemens System Network Security Preventing Unauthorized Access
  3.6.7 Siemens’ “MobileConnect” Dual-mode Devices Facilities
3.7 Huawei / 3COM
  3.7.1 Huawei 3Com Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based VCX system
3.8 NEC's Univerge
  3.8.1 NEC Univerge NEAX 2400 IPX
  3.8.2 NEC Univerge NEAX 2000 IPS
  3.8.3 NEC Univerge NEAX IPS-DMR
  3.8.4 NEC Univerge NEAX IPS-DML
  3.8.5 NEC Communications IBM Presence Collaboration
  3.8.6 NEC Enhances its UC Portfolio with Support for Microsoft's Unified Communications Software
  3.8.7 NEC-Basic Media Gateway
  3.8.8 NEC -USB Handset (UTR-UC-1)
  3.8.9 NEC Service Convergence Integrated Platform
  3.8.10 NEC SCI Platform Realizing Carrier-Class Quality, Leverages Blade-Server Architecture, Bundles A SIP Server
  3.8.11 NEC Technology to Prevent IP Phone SPAM
3.9 Toshiba
  3.9.1 Toshiba America Information Systems Telecommunication SmartPhone
3.10 AltiGen
  3.10.1 One AltiGen System Covers Multiple Locations
  3.10.2 AltiWare
  3.10.3 AltiContact Manager
  3.10.4 AltiTouch 510
  3.10.5 AltiGen IP710 Voice over IP Telephone
  3.10.6 AltiGen Hardware and Firmware
  3.10.7 AltiGen Modular Software
3.11 Aastra / Ericsson
  3.11.1 Aastra IP PBX
  3.11.2 Aasra / Ericsson MXOne
3.12 Mitel
  3.12.1 Mitel 3300 IP Communications Platform (ICP)
  3.12.2 Mitel 3300 IP Communications Platform (10 to 65,000 users)
  3.12.3 Mitel Enterprise Manager Suite
  3.12.4 Mitel 3600 Hosted Key System
3.13 Oki
3.14 Hewlett Packard
  3.14.1 Alcatel-Lucent and HP Integrate SOA Security And Governance Tools
3.15 IBM / Apsoft
3.16 Epygi IP PBX
3.17 Shoretel
  3.17.1 ShoreTel / IBM Unified Communications Collaboration Partnership
3.18 Acme Packet
3.19 Metaswitch SIP Provisioning Server and Phone Configurator
3.20 NextPoint & Juma Technology / Nectar Partner to Bring Integrated IP-PBX and SIP Trunking Solutions
3.21 Tekelec
3.22 Dialogic Multimedia Software
  3.22.1 Dialogic Integrated Media Gateway
  3.22.2 Dialogic® IP Media Server
  3.22.3 Dialogic® IP Media Server Features and Benefits
3.23 Vertical
3.24 Samsung
3.25 Digium / Switchvox
3.26 Oki
  3.26.1 Implementing PSTN/ISDN Simulation Over NGN
  3.26.2 Support For ISC Interfaces
3.27 3CX Phone System
  3.27.1 Key Advantages Of The 3CX Tunnel
3.28 3CX Phone System for Windows v5
3.29 Taridium
3.30 Aztech
3.31 Suncomm Technology
3.32 Roytel Technology
3.33 Atcom Technology
3.34 SeaWolf
3.35 First Communication
3.36 DSG Technology
3.37 Suncomm
3.38 FCI
3.39 Diyixian / Zultys
3.40 Network Equipment Technologies (NET)
  3.40.1 NET VX Series Voice Exchange Platform
3.41 Atlas Telecom
3.42 Google Domains Product
3.43 Fonality Trixbox
3.44 Brekeke Software
3.45 More SIP IP PBX Server Products

4. SIP ENABLED SERVERS AND IP PBX TECHNOLOGY

4.1 SIP Integration With IP And Rich Media Applications
  4.1.1 Standards Based Signaling Technology Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).
  4.1.2 SIP Presence
  4.1.3 SIP Actions
  4.1.4 SIP Helps Sales
  4.1.5 SIP Trunks & Benefits
  4.1.6 SIP Reduction In The Cost Of Networking
4.2 SIP PBXs' Based On Linux
4.3 Cisco SIP
  4.3.1 Cisco Unified Communication System
4.4 VoIP Gateways
4.5 Avaya SIP Trunking Incoming Calls Are Proxied Through The PID
4.6 Bluenote
  4.6.1 SOA Product Strategy At BlueNote Networks
  4.6.2 SOA Representational State Transfer Is A Mode Of Communication Accessible To Programs And Humans
4.7 Enterprise Communications ROI
4.8 Femto Cell Base Station FMC Services
  4.8.1 Session Border Controller (SBC)
  4.8.2 SPIT Attack Simulation Project
4.9 High-Availability And High-Performance Solution

5. SIP BASED PBX AND IP PBX COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Activity Among Enterprise Equipment Providers
5.2 3Com
  5.2.1 3Com / H3C Technologies
  5.2.2 3Com TippingPoint Division
  5.2.3 3Com Acquired by Bain Capital Partners
  5.2.4 Huawei Acquired A Minority Interest In 3Com
  5.2.5 3Com Commercial Investment For Huawei
  5.2.6 Ownership Of China-Based Joint Venture, H3C Technologies
  5.2.7 3Com Customers
  5.2.8 3Com Third Quarter Fiscal Year 2008 Revenue
  5.2.9 3 Com Channel Model
5.3 3CX
5.4 Acme Packet
5.5 Aastra
  5.5.1 Aastra Technologies Revenue
  5.5.2 Aastra Fourth Quarter 2007 Financial Revenue
5.6 Acme Packet
  5.6.1 Acme Packet Revenue
5.7 Alcatel Lucent
  5.7.1 Alcatel - Lucent Revenue by Region and Business Group
  5.7.2 Alcatel--Lucent and NEC
  5.7.3 Rationale for LTE Joint Venture Combining
5.8 AltiGen Communications
  5.8.1 AltiGen Communications Extends Business VoIP Reach with Latin America Region Market Growth
  5.8.2 AltiGen Communications
  5.8.3 AltiGen Communications Revenue
5.9 Atlas Telecom
5.10 Brekeke Software
5.11 Cisco
  5.11.1 Cisco Net Sales:
  5.11.2 BT and Cisco VoIP Connectivity To Cambridge University Users
  5.11.3 Cisco SMB
5.12 Comverse
  5.12.1 Comverse Converged IP Communications
  5.12.2 T-Systems in Italy Leverages Comverse Converged IP Communications to Deliver Hosted Business Services
5.13 Dialogic
  5.13.1 Dialogic Worldwide Presence
  5.13.2 Dialogic Innovation
  5.13.3 Dialogic Network Service Provider Products
  5.13.4 Dialogic Enterprise Products
  5.13.5 Dialogic Partners
5.14 Epygi Technologies
5.15 Fonality
5.16 Google
5.17 Huawei
  5.17.1 Huawei Next Generation Telecommunications Networks
  5.17.2 Huawei Strategy
  5.17.3 Huawei Partners
  5.17.4 Huawei Global Operations
  5.17.5 Huawei Financials
  5.17.6 Huawei Files 26,880 Patent Applications
  5.17.7 Huawei Standards & Patents
  5.17.8 Huawei Core Technology Systems Architecture
  5.17.9 Huawei Procucts
  5.17.10 Huawei Key Partnerships
  5.17.11 Huawei Technologies and 3Com Focus on Enterprise Data Networking
5.18 iFone S.A. de C.V.
5.19 iFone
5.20 Interactive Intelligence
  5.20.1 Interactive Intelligence Convergence of Voice and Data
  5.20.2 Interactive Intelligence Revenue
5.21 Juma Technology
  5.21.1 Juma Technology Business Model
5.22 Microsoft
5.23 Mitel
  5.23.1 Mitel – U.S. Region
  5.23.2 Mitel Managed Services Portfolio
  5.23.3 Mitel Managed Services Program
  5.23.4 Mitel Messaging
  5.23.5 Mitel Strategic Partners
  5.23.6 Inter-Tel / Mitel
  5.23.7 Mitel Dutch Government Contract for Massive IP Deployment
  5.23.8 Mitel Customer Base
5.24 NEC
  5.24.1 NEC Corporation of America
  5.24.2 Alcatel--Lucent and NEC
  5.24.3 NEC Communications IBM Presence Collaboration
  5.24.4 NEC and Microsoft
5.25 NET Equipment Technologies
  5.25.1 NET Acquires Quintum
  5.25.2 Network Equipment Technologies Revenue For 3rd Quarter Of Fiscal 2008
  5.25.3 Network Equipment Technologies VX1800 Voice Exchange for Unified Communications
  5.25.4 Network Equipment Technologies Next Generation Intelligent Media Gateway / Quintum® Total Care Package For Microsoft
  5.25.5 Network Equipment Technologies / Quintum
5.26 NextPoint
  5.26.1 NextPoint Networks Global, Fixed-Mobile Convergence
5.27 Nokia-Siemens
  5.27.1 Strategy
  5.27.2 Financials
  5.27.3 Customers
  5.27.4 Partners
  5.27.5 Nokia Mobile Communications
  5.27.6 Siemens AG
  5.27.7 Siemens Networks LLC
  5.27.8 Siemens
5.28 Nortel
5.29 Samsung
  5.29.1 Samsung Strategy
  5.29.2 Samsung Electronics Financials
  5.29.3 Samsung Partners
  5.29.4 Samsung Information Technology Division (ITD)
  5.29.5 Samsung Electronics Global Leader
5.30 Shoretel
  5.30.1 ShoreTel Revenue for Second Fiscal Quarter 2008
  5.30.2 ShoreTel Products
  5.30.3 ShoreTel Partnerships
  5.30.4 ShoreTel Business Outlook
5.31 Siemens
  5.31.1 Siemens Enterprise Communications
  5.31.2 Nokia Siemens Combined Reputation And Market Scale
5.32 Sierra Merger Corp / Avaya
  5.32.1 Avaya / Silver Lake
  5.32.2 Avaya Acquisition Of Ubiquity Software
  5.32.3 Avaya Customer Base
  5.32.4 Avaya Revenues
  5.32.5 Avaya Revenue
  5.32.6 Avaya Global Communications Solutions (“GCS”)
  5.32.7 Avaya Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2007 Revenue
  5.32.8 Avaya Fiscal Year 2007 Results
  5.32.9 Silver Lake Partners and TPG Capital Acquisition of Avaya
  5.32.10 Avaya Global Services (“AGS”)
  5.32.11 Avaya Fiscal Year 2007 Results
  5.32.12 Acquisition of Avaya
5.33 Taridium
5.34 Tekelec
  5.34.1 Tekelec Supports T-Mobile Signaling Network
  5.34.2 Tekelec Posts Q4 Orders of $186 Million
5.35 Toshiba
  5.35.1 Toshiba Revenue
  5.35.2 Toshiba America Information Systems Strata®
  CIX™ SIP Trunking Capabilities IP Business Communication Systems
  5.35.3 Toshiba Strata MicroMAS
  5.35.4 Toshiba, A World Leader In High Technology
5.36 Vertical Communications
5.37 XO Communications
5.38 Vertical Communications
5.39 Voiceserve
5.40 VoipSwitch Inc

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

Table ES-1 SIP based Unified Communications Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2 Worldwide SIP Enabled PBX / IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, 2007
Figure ES-3 Worldwide Total SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Table 1-1 SIP Application Server Business Benefits
Table 1-2 SIP Server-Based Applications
Table 1-3 SIP Server-Based Benefits
Table 2-1 SIP Based Unified Communications Market Driving Forces
Table 2-1 (Continued) SIP Based Unified Communications Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2 Wroldwide SIP Enabled PBX / IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-3 Worldwide SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, 2007
Figure 2-4 Worldwide Large Enterprise SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-5 Worldwide Mid Size Business SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-6 Worldwide Mid Size Business SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-7 Worldwide Mid Size Business SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Figure 2-8 Worldwide Small Business SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-9 Worldwide Small Business SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Figure 2-10 Worldwide Total SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-11 Worldwide SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-12 Worldwide Total SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-13 Worldwide Small and Mid Size Business and Large Enterprise SIP Enabled Server and IP PBX Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-14 Worldwide Large Enterprise SIP Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-15 Worldwide Large Enterprise SIP Server Market Forecasts, Units, Shipments, 2008-2014
Table 2-16 Worldwide Large Enterprise SIP Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-17 Worldwide Mid Size Business SIP Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-18 Worldwide Mid Size Business SIP Server Market Forecasts, Units, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-19 Worldwide Mid Size Business SIP Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-20 Worldwide Small Business SIP Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-21 Worldwide Small Business SIP Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-22 Worldwide Small Business SIP Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2008-2014
Figure 2-23 Worldwide Total Enterprise SIP Server Shipments Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2007
Figure 2-24 Worldwide Total Enterprise SIP Server Shipments Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2007
Figure 2-25 Worldwide Total Enterprise SIP Server Shipments Market Forecasts, Dollars, Shipments, 2007
Table 2-26 SIP Server Shipments Market Forecasts, 2007
Table 2-27 SIP Enabled Servers and PBX / IP PBX Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-28 SIP Enabled PBX and IP PBX Regional Shipment Market Shares, Dollars, 2007
Table 2-29 SIP Enabled PBX and IP PBX Regional Shipment Market Shares, By Country, Ports, 2007
Figure 2-30 Alcatel – Lucent Revenue by Region and Business Group
Figure 2-31 Mitel Regional Market Segments
Figure 2-32 Tekelec Revenue By Region
Table 3-1 Avaya Intelligent SIP Based Applications for the Enterprise
Table 3-2 Instant Messaging to Voice Conference (IM2 C) Features
Table 3-3 Avaya Third Party SIP Application Development Partner Inova IT
Table 3-4 Avaya SIP Application Server (SIP A/S) Target Markets
Table 3-5 Avaya SIP Application Server (SIP A/S) Features
Table 3-6 Avaya SIP Application Server (SIP A/S) Business Benefits
Table 3-7 Avaya G860 Media Gateway Business Benefits
Table 3-8 Avaya G860 Media Gateway FEATURES
Table 3-9 G860 Media Gateway Hardware Platform
Table 3-10 Avaya G860 Media Gateway Benefits
Table 3-11 Avaya Communication Manager Platform Features
Table 3-12 Avaya Communication Manager, Media Gateway, And Server Product Lines
Table 3-13 Avaya Media Modules
Table 3-14 Avaya Communication Manager Telephony Functions Using End-To-End SIP
Table 3-15 Nortel Communication And Application Servers
Table 3-16 Nortel Application Server Portfolio Products
Table 3-16 (Continued) Nortel Application Server Portfolio Products
Table 3-16 (Continued) Nortel Application Server Portfolio Products
Table 3-17 Nortel SIP PBX Benefits
Table 3-18 Alcatel Lucent Enterprise Communications System Benefits
Table 3-19 Alcatel Lucent Enterprise Communications System SIP Based Interface
Table 3-20 Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch Open Standards Support
Table 3-21 Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Communications Solutions Positioning
Table 3-22 Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Communications Solutions Functions
Table 3-22 (Continued) Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Communications Solutions Functions
Figure 3-23 Alcatel Lucent Enterprise Communication Servers
Table 3-24 Cisco Unity PIMG and TIMG Architecture
Table 3-25 Cisco PIMG Branch-Office Consolidation Architecture
Table 3-26 Cisco Response To Enterprise Voice Services Business Challenge
Table 3-27 Cisco Unified Communication Product List
Table 3-28 Siemens HiPath 8000 Platform Features
Table 3-28 (Continued) Siemens HiPath 8000 Platform Features
Table 3-29 Siemens HiPath 8000 Platform Functions
Table 3-30 HiPath 4000 Features
Table 3-31 HiPath 4000 Functions
Table 3-32 HiPath 4000 Benefits
Table 3-33 Huawei 3Com Convergence Applications Suite Features
Table 3-34 Huawei 3Com Convergence Applications Suite Functions
Table 3-35 3Com SIP Role in Enterprise IP Telephony
Figure 3-36 3Com Asterisk
Table 3-37 3Com Sip-PBX Enterprise Communications And Communications-Intensive Applications Functions
Table 3-38 Huawei 3Com SIP-PBX Functions
Table 3-39 Huawei 3Com SIP-PBX Functions
Figure 3-40 NEC NEAX
Table 3-41 NEC Univerge Key Features
Figure 3-42 NEC Univerge
Table 3-43 NEC SCI Platform Main Functions
Table 3-44 NEC SIP Server Strategies For Maximizing IT Solutions
Table 3-45 Toshiba Communication Systems
Figure 3-46 ALtiGen Layered Architectural Structure Benefits
Figure 3-47 ALtiGen Meets SMB Requirements
Table 3-48 AltiGen Multi Site IP PBX Architecture
Table 3-49 Aastra IP PBX Key Telephone Set
Table 3-50 Aasra / Ericsson MXOne Benefits Of MX-ONE™
Table 3-51 Aasra / Ericsson MXOne MX-ONE™ Features
Table 3-52 Mitel3300 ICP Benefits
Table 3-53 Mitel 3300 ICP Functions
Table 3-53 (Continued) Mitel 3300 ICP Functions
Table 3-54 Mitel PC-Based Administration User Level Devices Supported
Table 3-55 Epygi IP PBX Target Markets
Table 3-56 Epygi IP PBX Features
Table 3-57 ShoreTel IP phone system Components:
Table 3-58 ShoreTel Phone System Typical Components
Figure 3-59 Acme Packet Session Border Control Architecture
Table 3-60 Dialogic Multimedia Platform Uses
Table 3-61 Dialogic Video Conferencing Capabilities Of The MMP Software
Table 3-62 Dialogic® IP Media Server
Table 3-63 Dialogic® IP Server Products
Figure 3-64 Samsung Office
Figure 3-65 Digium/Switchvox
Figure 3-66 OKI Platform
Table 3-67 Advantages of 3CX Phone System For Windows:
Figure 3-68 3CX Phone System
Figure 3-69 Aztech SIP-based IP PBX
Table 3-70 Roytel Combined IP PBXs
Table 3-71 Seawolf China IP PBX models
Table 3-72 Suncomm 504 IP PBX
Table 3-73 Suncomm 503 IP PBX
Table 3-74 Suncomm IP PBX-516
Figure 3-75 Atlas Telecom FAMILY OF IP PBX
Figure 3-76 Atlas 204W Wi-Fi Phone
Figure 3-77 IP PBX With Key System EASE Of Use For Up To 50 Users
Table 3-78 More SIP Server Products
Table 4-1 Session Initiation Protocol SIP Benefits
Table 4-2 avaya.com SIP Protocols
Table 4-2 (Continued) avaya.com SIP Protocols
Table 4-3 Avaya SIP Creates System Flexibility
Figure 4-4 Cisco Unified Communication System
Table 4-5 Transitioning From Physical To Virtual Contact Centers
Table 4-5 (Continued) Transitioning From Physical To Virtual Contact Centers
Figure 4-6 Fixed Mobile Convergence Handset Illustration
Figure 5-1 Alcatel – Lucent Revenue by Region and Business Group
Figure 5-2 AltiGen Competitive Positioning
Table 5-3 Huawei Standards & Patents
Table 5-4 Huawei Key Telecommunications Technologies
Table 5-5 Huawei Products
Table 5-6 Huawei Solutions
Figure 5-7 iFone S.A. of C.V. Leverages Microsoft and AltiGen Partnership
Figure 5-8 iFone S.A. of C.V. Products and Services
Figure 5-9 iFone Cellular Solutions
Figure 5-10 iFone Minuteman Tactical Wireless Suite
Table 5-11 Interactive Intelligence Markets
Table 5-12 Mitel Broad Range Of Offerings
Table 5-12 (Continued) Mitel Broad Range Of Offerings
Table 5-13 Mitel Market Positioning
Figure 5-14 NEC Revenue by Segment
Table 5-15 NEC Revenue
Table 5-16 NEC Revenue By Segment
Table 5-17 NEC Mobile / Personal Solutions Revenue By Segment
Table 5-18 NEC IT / NW Revenue By Segment
Table 5-19 NEC Electron Devices Revenue By Segment
Table 5-20 Network Equipment Technologies VX1800 Voice Exchange Enterprise-Class Features
Table 5-21 Network Equipment Technologies VX1800 Voice Exchange Enterprise-Class Expandable Software Modules Features
Figure 5-22 Siemens Addresses Market Shifts for IP PBX
Figure 5-23 Siemens Reorganization Closer to Customer
Table 5-24 Avaya Communication Solutions Platforms Target Markets
Table 5-25 Avaya GCS Segment Products
Table 5-25 (Continued) Avaya GCS Segment Products
Table 5-26 Strata CIX system Key Product Features And Benefits

COMPANIES PROFILED

Avaya
Aastra Technologies
Alcatel Lucent
Mitel
3Com
3CX
Acme Packet
Aastra
Acme Packet
Alcatel Lucent
AltiGen Communications
Atlas Telecom
Brekeke Software
Cisco
Comverse
IP Communications to Deliver Hosted Business Services
Dialogic
Epygi Technologies
Fonality
Google
Huawei
Enterprise Data Networking
iFone S.A. de C.V.
Mitel
NEC
Nokia-Siemens
Nortel
Shoretel
iFone
Interactive Intelligence
Juma Technology
Microsoft
NET Equipment Technologies
NextPoint
Samsung
Siemens
Sierra Merger Corp / Avaya
Taridium
Tekelec
Toshiba
Vertical Communications
XO Communications
Vertical Communications
Voiceserve
VoipSwitch Inc
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