Unified Messaging Growth Forecast

August 2006
Business Communications Review;Aug2006, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the reports by market researchers at In-Stat Inc. The shipments of unified messaging (UM) and UM-capable seats will increase by nearly 40% over the second half of the present decade. End-user revenues in the UM space is expected to increase to $628.6 million by 2010. The market leader in UM in the previous year is Nortel, while Avaya Inc. still leads the overall messaging market. Meanwhile, the rise of Internet protocol makes Microsoft Corp. a significant player in the messaging marketplace.


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