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2004 VoIP Market, the Upside and Downside

Enterprise IP Telephony Puts In a Strong Q4 2004 in Europe While the U.S. Market Takes a Dip -- "According to Synergy Research Group's latest reports, Q4 2004 Enterprise VoIP U.S. Market Shares and Q4 2004 Enterprise VoIP EMEA Market Shares, the EMEA Enterprise IP Telephony market increased 28.1% sequentially and 88.8% year over year while its U.S. counterpart dipped 3.5% -- the first decrease ever measured for U.S. Enterprise IP Telephony. As an interesting counterpoint, the U.S. market saw 8 vendors post negative sequential growth compared to all vendors in EMEA experiencing positive growth and in many instances that growth being strong double digit. Alcatel, Avaya, and 3Com posted the strongest EMEA growth of 51, 42, and 33 percent."

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