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Global Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) Market 2008-2012

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Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) is employed to accurately model IP address, subnet assignments, domains and networks; with the purpose of tracking, planning and managing IP address space. It also helps in building DNS (Domain Name System) and DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) configurations on a network. DHCP and DNS network services provide automated IP address assignment and host name lookup services. Globally, the transition from circuit switched networks to packet switched networks (IP-based networks) is taking place at a fast rate. An increasing number of applications that transfer data, voice and video are utilizing IP-based networks. This transition is resulting in increasing dependence by companies for business operations on IP-based networks, which carry the risk of reliability, security and downtime. The companies are adopting IP-based network management solutions to reduce these risks. Also, the introductions of IPV6 networks, which use 128-bit address system, bring more complexity to the IP management table. This is because of the larger address pools, different sub-netting techniques, and lengthy addresses. Managing IPV6 networks with traditional ways of manual or spreadsheet methods becomes cumbersome for the companies. Therefore, the companies are implementing IPAM solutions to overcome these problems. Further, the number of devices that are based on IP address is increasing significantly. The companies require IP address for web services, wireless communication devices, mobile computers, virtual machines, point of sale devices, IP telephony, etc. To efficiently manage this wider application of IP space, the companies are utilizing dynamic IP address management solutions. The report by TechNavio Insights forecasts the size of the Global Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) market. It segments the Global Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) market into various geographic regions (representing the market size for e

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									                Global Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) Market - 2008-2012




Global Internet Protocol Address Management
         (IPAM) Market - 2008-2012




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                                  Global Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) Market - 2008-2012




                                    Table of Contents

1. Introdu cti on ............................................................................. 3
2. Gl obal IPAM Market Siz e & Forecast ............................................... 4
3. IPAM Market Geographic Segmentation ........................................... 5
  3.1 IPAM Market in Ameri cas ......................................................... 6
  3.2 IPAM Market in EMEA .............................................................. 7
  3.3 IPAM Market in APAC .............................................................. 8
4. IPAM Market Trends ................................................................... 9
5. IPAM Market Growth Drivers ....................................................... 10
6. IPAM Market Chall enges ............................................................ 12
7. IPAM Ven dors ......................................................................... 13
  7.1 Alcatel - Lu cent ..................................................................... 13
  7.2 ApplianSys Ltd .................................................................... 14
  7.3 BT Diamon d IP .................................................................... 15
  7.4 Blu ecat Networks ................................................................. 16
  7.5 Crypton Computers .............................................................. 17
  7.6 Effi cien tIP .......................................................................... 18
  7.7 In foWeapon s, Inc ................................................................ 19
  7.8 In cognito Software .............................................................. 20
  7.9 In foblox In c. ...................................................................... 21
  7.10 Men & Mice ....................................................................... 22
Oth er Reports in this Seri es ........................................................... 23




                                      List of Exhibits


Exhibit 2.1: Gl obal IPAM Market Size and Forecast 2008 -2012 (In $ million) 4
Exhibit 3.1: IPAM Market Segmentation by Geograph y - 2008 ................. 5
Exhibit 3.2: Americas IPAM Market Siz e 2008 - 2012 (in $ million) ............. 6
Exhibit 3.3: EMEA IPAM Market Siz e 2008 -2012 (In $ million) ................. 7
Exhibit 3.4: APAC IPAM Market Siz e 2008 -2012 (in $ million) .................. 8




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                                Global Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) Market - 2008-2012




1. Introduction
Internet Protocol Address Management (IPAM) is employed to accurately model IP address,
subnet assignments, domains and networks; with the purpose of tracking, planning and
managing IP address space. It also helps in building DNS (Domain Name System) and DHCP
(Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) configurations on a network. DHCP and DNS network
services provide automated IP address assignment and host name lookup services.


Globally, the transition from circuit switched networks to packet switched networks (IP-
based networks) is taking place at a fast rate. An increasing number of applications that
transfer data, voice and video are utilizing IP-based networks. This transition is resulting in
increasing dependence by companies for business operations on IP-based networks. These
IP-based networks carry the risk of reliability, security and downtime. The companies are
adopting IP-based network management solutions to reduce these risks.


Also, the introduction of IPV6 networks, which use 128-bit address system, bring more
complexity to the IP management table. This is because of the larger address pools,
different sub-netting techniques, and lengthy addresses. Managing IPV6 networks with
traditional ways of manual or spreadsheet methods becomes cumbersome for the
companies. Therefore, companies are implementing IPAM solutions to overcome these
problems.


Further, the number of devices that are based on IP address is increasing significantly. The
companies require IP address for web services, wireless communication devices, mobile
computers, virtual machines, point of sale devices, IP telephony, etc. To efficiently manage
								
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