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IP PBX Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2006 To
2012

Description:    IP PBX systems support efficient voice communication that improve the circuit switch end to end
                connection, by sending conversations as packets over the Internet. Voice over IP is implemented as
                a system that attaches to a router and supports the transfer of voice signals as data in an IP
                network.

                VoIP is anticipated to have 60 percent penetration in enterprise markets by 2008. Revenue from
                worldwide IP-telephony products was 55 percent higher in 2005 over 2004. VoIP competition
                comes from numerous companies besides Cisco, 3Com, Nortel, Avaya, Mitel, NEC, and Siemens.

                Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) can be implemented in two ways: calls can originate from the
                traditional TDM circuit switched technology, or originate from an Internet protocol router. IP to TDM
                and TDM to IP VoIP are very different.

                Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology is emerging as a real business solution for
                telecommunications carriers and enterprise customers. IP telephony is now reaching a point of
                maturity in the market, backed by increasing alignment among service providers and technology
                solutions providers and growing interest among leading-edge enterprise customers.

                IP telephony is about improving the utilization of the Internet as a channel and about having a
                global reach within the eco system of the enterprise. Fortune 1000 customers are across the globe
                in vertical markets such as hospitality, education, government, and healthcare.

                The converged voice / data PBX applications mean that the voice networks transition to data
                networks. PCs interconnected to the Internet on LANs worldwide are being connected to the
                networks so that the PC is used as a voice terminal. Traditional handsets may also serve as a VoIP
                terminal as they become VoIP enabled. IP voice terminals are set to replace traditional handsets.

                IP PBX markets at $6.0 billion in 2005 are expected to triple to $19.5 billion by 2011. Markets are
                growing in response to the need of the enterprise to have more efficient networks that can be
                administered from the router.

                KEY TOPICS :
                - IP PBX Market Shares and Forecasts
                - Converged Voice / Data PBX Applications
                - Efficient Voice Communication With IP PBX Systems
                - Voice Over DSL
                - Difference Between IP Telephony and VoIP
                - Diverse Networks
                - Telecommunications Industry Infelction Point
                - New Generation Of Wireless Systems
                - IP PBX Pricing
                - Enterprise and Mid-Size IP PBX Business Systems
                - IP PBX Endpoints
                - Unified System Management Tools
                - Internet Telephony Security Issues
                - IP Telephony Service Solutions

                Report Methodology
                This is the 272nd report in a series of market research reports that provide forecasts in
                communications, telecommunications, the internet, computer, software, and telephone equipment.
                The project leaders take direct responsibility for writing and preparing each report. They have
                significant experience preparing industry studies. Forecasts are based on primary research and
                proprietary data bases. Forecasts reflect analysis of the market trends in the segment and related
                segments. Unit and dollar shipments are analyzed through consideration of dollar volume of each
            market participation in the segment. Market share analysis includes conversations with key
            customers of products, industry segment leaders, marketing directors, distributors, leading market
            participants, and companies seeking to develop measurable market share. Over 200 in-depth
            interviews are conducted for each report with a broad range of key participants and opinion leaders
            in the market segment.



Contents:   IP PBX EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
            Efficient Voice Communication With IP PBX Systems
            Converged Voice / Data PBX Applications
            IP PBX Market Shares
            IP PBX Market Forecasts

            1. IP PBX MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
            1.1 IP PBX System Sends Calls As Data Packets Over The Internet
            1.1.1 Return on Investment (ROI)
            1.2 Voice over DSL
            1.2.1 Single Communication Box Implemented As An Advanced IAD
            1.2.2 VoIP Flexibility
            1.2.3 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Forms The Foundation For IP Telephony
            1.3 Difference Between IP Telephony and VoIP
            1.3.1 Real-Time Communications
            1.4 Diverse Networks
            1.4.1 Network Loads
            1.4.2 Network Applications And Capabilities
            1.5 Network Configuration Management Tasks
            1.6 IP PBX Network Design and Implementation
            1.7 IP PBX Physical Network Support
            1.8 Telecommunications Industry Inflection Point
            1.8.1 Operator Network Key Asset
            1.8.2 Network Service Needs
            1.8.3 Network Service Solutions
            1.8.4 Enterprise Network Services Market Description
            1.8.5 Converged Voice, Data, And Video Using Internet Protocol (IP) Standards Technologies:
            IP Telephony
            1.8.6 Broadband Voice Next Generation Network (NGN)
            1.8.7 Value-Added Services
            1.8.8 Web GUI
            1.8.9 Reduced Capital And Operational Costs
            1.8.10 Enhanced Operability
            1.9 Impact of Competition
            1.10 Market Growth Dynamics
            1.11 Converged Voice And Data Networks
            1.12 New Generation Of Wireless Systems
            1.12.1 Provides Flexibility
            1.12.2 User Experience
            1.12.3 Increases Efficiency
            1.12.4 Integrated Management Tools
            1.12.5 Cost-Effective Capacity And Coverage
            1.13 Multimedia Markets
            1.14 IP Telephony PBX Solutions
            1.15 Web Services
            1.16 Strategies To Improve Performance
            1.17 Demand For Total Solutions
            1.18 Marketing Globally
            1.19 Internet Traffic

            2. IP PBX MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS
            2.1 Efficient Voice Communication With IP PBX Systems
            2.2 Converged Voice / Data PBX Applications
            2.3 IP PBX Market Shares
            2.3.1 Cisco Leading IP Voice Vendor
            2.3.2 Cisco IP Videoconferencing Solution
2.3.3 Avaya IP PBX Large-Scale Solutions
2.3.4 Avaya
2.3.5 Siemens
2.3.6 Alcatel
2.3.7 NEC
2.3.8 NEC Univerge SIP-Enabled Client Server
2.3.9 Nortel Meridian Systems Portfolio
2.4 IP PBX Market Forecasts
2.4.1 IP PBX Market Shares Ports
2.5 IP PBX Pricing
2.5.1 Cost Analysis
2.5.2 Return on Investment / Implementation Cost
2.5.3 Migration to IP telephony Return on Investment
2.5.4 Managed VoIP Service
2.5.5 ShoreTel Pricing
2.5.6 Empirix
2.5.7 3Com IP PBX Pricing
2.6 Regional IP PBX Analysis
2.7 Voice Processing Applications

3. IP PBX PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 Enterprise IP PBX Business Systems
3.1.1 Avaya IP PBX Large-Scale Solutions
3.1.2 Avaya Communication Manager
3.1.3 Avaya QSIG Support for Unicode
3.1.4 Avaya Locally Sourced Announcements and Music
3.1.5 Avaya Expanded Meet me Conference
3.1.6 Avaya S8700 Media Server Capacity
3.1.7 Avaya S8700 Common Software Base
3.1.8 Avaya S8700 Scalable Architecture
3.1.9 Avaya S8700 Redundancy Options
3.1.10 Avaya S8700 Business Continuity
3.1.11 Alcatel Enterprise OmniPCX
3.1.12 Siemens HIPath 4000 Real Time IP System
3.1.13 Siemens HiPath 4000 Return on Investment (RoI)
3.1.14 Nortel Meridian Systems Portfolio
3.1.15 Nortel Meridian SL-100
3.1.16 NEC UNIVERGE SV7000 SIP-Enabled Client Server
3.1.17 Mitel Networks 3300 Integrated Communications Platform (30 to 30,000 users)
3.1.18 Mitel SX-2000
3.1.19 ShoreTel
3.2 Mid Size IP PBX Business Systems
3.2.1 Cisco IP Videoconferencing Solution
3.2.2 Siemens HiPath 5000 Real Time IP System
3.2.3 Siemens HiPath 5000
3.2.4 Siemens HiPath 5000
3.2.5 Avaya IP PBX
3.2.6 Avaya C360 Converged Stackable Switch
3.2.7 Avaya C360 Intelligent Power Management
3.2.8 Avaya C360 High-Availability Octaplane® Stacking
3.2.9 Avaya C360 Multi-layer Architecture
3.2.10 Avaya C360 Redundant Back-up Power Supply (BUPS)
3.2.11 Avaya C360 Enterprise SMON
3.2.12 Avaya C360 Enterprise Survivable Server
3.2.13 Alcatel Office OmniPCX
3.2.14 Nortel Meridian PBX Systems Portfolio
3.2.15 Inter-Tel
3.2.16 Inter-Tel Axxess® Converged Communications Platform
3.2.17 Inter-Tel 5000 Network Communications Solutions
3.2.18 Inter-Tel / Lake Communications Limited
3.2.19 Mitel Communications Platforms
3.2.20 Mitel Integrated Communications Platforms
3.2.21 Mitel 3600 Hosted Key System
3.2.22 Mitel 3340 Branch Office Solution (under 200 users)
3.2.23 Mitel SX-200 (10 to 650 users)
3.2.24 Toshiba Strata CTX Digital Business Communication Systems
3.2.25 Toshiba One-Stop Shop for Services
3.2.26 Toshiba Strata CTX Systems Network
3.2.27 Toshiba Permits Remote Workers to Plug in Anywhere
3.2.28 Toshiba Supports Remote Management With Control
3.2.29 Toshiba Migration Path
3.2.30 Toshiba Strata CTX Digital Business Communication Sonet Systems
3.2.31 ShoreTel 6
3.2.32 ShoreTel 6 Office Anywhere
3.2.33 ShoreTel SBE PBX
3.2.34 Applied Voice & Speech Technologies
3.2.35 Iwatsu Voice Networks
3.2.36 Inter-Tel IP Platform for SMBs
3.2.37 NEC Unified Solutions UNIVERGE SV7000 Multi-Purpose Server (MPS)
3.2.38 NEC Unified Solutions and Qovia IP Telephony Management
3.2.39 ESI
3.2.40 Teltronics Cypreo
3.2.41 Concerto Software Contact Center Solutions
3.2.42 Esna Technologies Telephony Office-LinX Small Business Unified Communications
Solution
3.3 3Com NBX V3000 IP Telephony Solution
3.3.1 Vertical TeleVantage
3.3.2 Vertical TeleVantage Standards-Based Communications And The Convergence Of
Voice And Data
3.4 Enterprise IP PBX Wireless Switching for Voice and Data WLAN
3.4.1 IP PBX Requirements for Mobility
3.4.2 SIP Trunks
3.4.3 WiMAX Supports Reliable, Cost-Effective And Rapid Network Deployments
3.4.4 Security
3.4.5 Wireless WLAN Ready for Voice
3.4.6 Wireless WLAN Infrastructure Scalability
3.4.7 Avaya SIP Deployment Benefits Mobile Employees
3.4.8 Alcatel PBX Wireless LAN Switching/Enterprise IP Platforms
3.4.9 Alcatel OmniStack 6100 (OmniStack 6124 and 6148)
3.4.10 Alcatel OmniStack 6300
3.4.11 Alcatel OmniSwitch 6600
3.4.12 Alcatel OmniSwitch 6800
3.4.13 Alcatel OmniSwitch 7000 (OmniSwitch 7700 and 7800)
3.4.14 Alcatel OmniSwitch 8800 For Enterprise
3.4.15 Alcatel OmniSwitch ATM Aggregation Switch
3.4.16 3Com and Research in Motion (RIM) Wireless LAN Solutions
3.4.17 Nortel Teams with Research in Motion (RIM) For SIP-enabled Wireless LAN Solution
3.4.18 Research in Motion (RIM) BlackBerry 7270
3.4.19 Nortel MCS Server 5100 SIP-Based Solution
3.4.20 ShoreTel VoWiFi: Calling for Mobility
3.4.21 ShoreTel VoWiFi Business Benefits
3.5 Unified System Management Tools
3.5.1 Avaya Unified System Management Tools
3.5.2 Avaya Unified System Management Standards Based
3.5.3 ShoreTel 6 Enhanced management
3.5.4 Empirix Hammer
3.5.5 Apparent Networks
3.5.6 Avaya Global Services Remote Managed Services
3.5.7 AnchorPoint
3.5.8 Qovia
3.6 IP PBX Endpoints
3.6.1 Avaya Endpoints
3.6.2 ShoreTel
3.6.3 Inter-Tel 5000 Endpoints
3.6.4 Teltronics IP Telephone Models
3.6.5 SpectraLink Security And Push-To-Talk For NetLink Wireless Telephones
3.7 Low-End IP PBX
3.7.1 Popular Telephony
3.7.2 Spherecom
3.7.3 Asterisk
3.7.4 Pingtel
3.7.5 Mitel

4. IP PBX TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Internet Telephony Security Issues
4.2 Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
4.3 Multi-Protocol Telecommunications Systems
4.3.1 Metro Ethernet Forum
4.4 IP Telephony Service Solutions
4.4.1 Internet Traffic
4.5 Soft Switches
4.6 Open Standards
4.6.1 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
4.6.2 IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
4.6.3 SOA Business Challenge IT Imperative
4.6.4 Service-Oriented Architecture And Relevant Standards
4.6.5 XML
4.6.6 Integration Engines Leverage XML Processing
4.6.7 XML Standards
4.6.8 XML Role In Application Topology
4.6.9 XML Meets The Integration Challenge
4.6.10 XML Standard Communication Language
4.6.11 Web Services Protocols
4.7 IP Within CDMA
4.8 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Of A Mobile Phone
4.8.1 Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Standards
4.8.2 Mobile Phones Meet Requirements For Exposure To Radio Waves
4.9 Bluetooth
4.10 GPRS
4.11 EGPRS (EDGE)
4.11.1 EDGE Connects With Speed
4.11.2 Seamless Network
4.11.3 Flexible 3G deployment
4.11.4 Retention of GSM subscribers
4.12 Multimedia Messaging Service
4.13 Mobile Video
4.14 Presence
4.15 Push to Talk

5. IP PBX COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 Cisco Systems
5.1.1 Cisco IP Communications
5.1.2 Cisco Systems Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2005 Revenue
5.1.3 Cisco IP Communications
5.1.4 Cisco / Linksys
5.1.5 Cisco / Linksys Broadband and Wireless Networking
5.2 Alcatel
5.2.1 Alcatel Positioning
5.2.2 Alcatel Market Issues
5.2.3 Alcatel Multi-service Aggregation
5.2.4 Alcatel Broadband Access
5.2.5 Alcatel-To-End Communications Solutions
5.2.6 Alcatel VND Division
5.2.7 Alcatel Net Sales 2003
5.2.8 Alcatel Third Quarter 2004 Revenue
5.2.9 Alcatel Fixed Communications
5.2.10 Alcatel Mobile Communications
5.2.11 Alcatel Private Communications
5.2.12 Alcatel Third Quarter 2004 Regional Revenue
5.2.13 Third Quarter 2003 Regional Revenue
5.2.14 Alcatel Participation In Communications Network Equipment Markets
5.2.15 Alcatel Metro DWDM
5.2.16 Alcatel and Optics
5.3 Avaya
5.3.1 Avaya Customers
5.3.2 Avaya Revenue 2004
5.3.3 Avaya Acquisitions
5.4 NEC
5.4.1 NEC IT And Networking Technologies
5.4.2 NEC Network Solutions Business
5.4.3 NEC Internet Broadband Network Positioning
5.5 Nortel
5.5.1 Nortel VoIP Network Elements
5.5.2 Nortel VoIP Enabling Technologies
5.5.3 Nortel ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode)
5.5.4 Nortel Networking And Communication Services And Infrastructure
5.5.5 Nortel Network Elements
5.5.6 Nortel Enabling Technologies
5.5.7 Nortel ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode)
5.6 Siemens
5.6.1 Siemens Business Services
5.6.2 Siemens Research and Development
5.6.3 Siemens Information and Communication Networks
5.6.4 Siemens Information and Communication Mobile Group
5.7 Concerto Software Contact Center Solutions
5.8 ShoreTel
5.9 SpectraLink
5.10 Mitel
5.11 Inter-Tel
5.11.1 Inter-Tel Managed Services
5.11.2 Inter-Tel Revenue
5.12 Ecuity
5.12.1 Revenue
5.12.2 Alliance with NetFabric
5.13 NetFabric
5.14 Four Loop Technologies (Switchvox)
5.15 Covad
5.16 AltiGen
5.16.1 Revenues
5.17 Qovia
5.18 AnchorPoint
5.19 Apparent Networks
5.20 Empirix
5.21 Toshiba
5.22 Applied Voice & Speech Technologies (AVST)
5.23 Iwatsu
5.24 ESI
5.24.1 Markets
5.24.2 Product strengths
5.24.3 Technology
5.25 Teltronics
5.25.1 Revenue
5.26 Esna Technologies
5.27 Vertical
5.27.1 Revenue
5.28 3Com
5.28.1 3Com Enterprise Networking
5.28.2 Data Networking Infrastructure
5.28.3 IP Telephony—Enterprise VoIP
5.28.4 Network Security—TippingPoint
5.28.5 Solutions and Technology Partners
5.28.6 Revenue
List of Tables and Figures
- IP PBX EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Table ES-1 Converged Voice / Data PBX Applications
Table ES-2 IP PBX Market Growth Accelerators
Table ES-3 IP PBX Market Change Factors
Table ES-4 Growth Factors In The IP PBX Industry
Table ES-5 Worldwide Enterprise IP PBX Next Generation Network (NGN) Market Shares, Dollars,
2005
Figure ES-6 Worldwide Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment Market Forecasts,
Dollars, 2005-2011
- IP PBX MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
Table 1-1 Main Categories Of VoIP Infrastructure:
Table 1-2 Advanced IAD Features
Table 1-3 VoIP Network Applications And Capabilities
Table 1-4 VoIP Network Application And Capability Issues
Table 1-5 Network Configuration Management Tasks
Table 1-6 Next Generation Network NGN Revenue Growth by Services
Table 1-7 Network Systems Functions
Table 1-8 Enterprise Telecommunications Market Shifts
Table 1-9 Change In IP PBX Telecommunications Equipment Markets
Table 1-10 Response To Change In Telecommunications Equipment Markets
Table 1-11 Wireless IP Network Benefits
Table 1-12 Key Benefits Of Multimedia Solutions
Table 1-13 Strategies To Improve Telecommunication Equipment Company Performance
Table 1-14 Marketing Globally
- IP PBX MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS
Table 2-1 Converged Voice / Data PBX Applications
Table 2-2 IP PBX Market Growth Accelerators
Table 2-3 IP PBX Market Change Factors
Table 2-4 Growth Factors In The IP PBX Industry
Figure 2-5 Worldwide Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment Market Shares,
Dollars, 2005
Table 2-6 Worldwide Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment Market Shares,
Dollars, 2005
Table 2-7 Cisco Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment, By Systems and Lines,
2005
Table 2-8 Avaya VoIP Compatible Equipment
Table 2-9 Avaya Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment, By Systems and Lines,
2005
Figure 2-10 Worldwide Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment Market Forecasts,
Dollars, 2005-2011
Table 2-11 Worldwide Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment Market Forecasts,
Dollars, 2005-2011
Table 2-12 Worldwide Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment Market Forecasts,
By Size, Dollars, 2005-2011
Table 2-13 Worldwide Enterprise Voice Over Internet Protocol IP PBX Equipment Market Forecasts,
By Size, Units, 2005-2011
Figure 2-14 Worldwide Service Provider Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) IP To Gateway
Equipment Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Table 2-15 Worldwide Service Provider Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) IP To Gateway
Equipment Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Figure 2-16 Worldwide Service Provider Voice Over Internet Protocol TDM To IP Gateway
Equipment Class 4 and Class 5 Switch Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Table 2-17 Worldwide Service Provider Voice Over Internet Protocol TDM To IP Gateway Equipment
Class 4 and Class 5 Switch Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Table 2-18 Worldwide Voice Over IP (VoIP) IP PBX Regional Market Analysis, Worldwide, Percent,
2005
Table 2-19 Enterprise Voice Over IP (VoIP) IP PBX Regional Market Analysis, Worldwide, Dollars,
2005
- IP PBX PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Table 3-1 Avaya Communication Manager Business Benefits
Table 3-2 Avaya Communication Manager Business Features
Table 3-3 Avaya Locally Sourced Announcements and Music Functions
Table 3-4 Avaya Communication Manager Hardware Platforms Supported
Table 3-5 Alcatel OmniPCX Enterprise Key Features
Table 3-6 Alcatel OmniPCX Enterprise Key Benefits
Table 3-7 Siemens HiPath 4000 Platforms
Table 3-8 Siemens HiPath 4000 Platform Features
Table 3-9 Siemens HiPath 4000 Platform Benefits
Table 3-10 Nortel Meridian SL-100Key Features
Table 3-11 Mitel SX-2000 features
Table 3-12 Siemens HiPath Benefits
Table 3-13 Siemens HiPath Cost Savings
Table 3-14 Siemens HiPath Productivity Gains
Table 3-15 Avaya S8700 Media Server Business Benefits
Table 3-16 Avaya S8700 Media Server Technical Specifications
Table 3-17 Avaya Media Server Functions
Table 3-18 Avaya C360 Converged Stackable Switch Business Benefits
Table 3-19 Avaya C360 switches Benefits
Table 3-20 Alcatel Office OmniPCX Key Features
Table 3-21 Alcatel Office OmniPCX Key Functions
Table 3-22 Alcatel Office OmniPCX Key Benefits
Table 3-23 Meridian 1 System Software Key Features
Table 3-24 Inter-Tel Axxess Functions for Improving Business Processes
Table 3-25 Inter-Tel Communications Systems
Table 3-26 Mitel 3340 Brand Office Solution Features
Table 3-27 Mitel SX-200 Features
Figure 3-28 Toshiba PBX Internet Capavility Architecture
Table 3-29 ShoreTel IP PBX Voice Solution
Table 3-30 ShoreTel SBE Functions
Table 3-31 3Com NBX V3000 IP Telephony Solution Features
Table 3-32 3Com NBX V3000 IP Telephony Solution Functions
Table 3-33 3 Com NBX V3000 Solution Benefits
Table 3-34 Vertical TeleVantage Small And Medium-Sized Business IP PBX Functions
Table 3-35 Vertical TeleVantage Features
Table 3-36 Vertical TeleVantage Components
Table 3-37 Nortel MCS Server 5100 SIP-Based Solution Features
Table 3-38 ShoreTel VoWiFi Business Benefits
Table 3-39 Inter-Tel 5000 Network Communications Endpoint Solutions
- IP PBX TECHNOLOGY
Table 4-1 SIP Features
Table 4-2 SIP Major Components
Table 4-3 Multi-protocol systems
Table 4-4 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions
Table 4-5 Integration Engine XML Processing Functions That Drive Business Process Electronically
End-To-End
Table 4-6 IP Wireless Transport Advantages
Table 4-7 Benefits of Push to Talk
- IP PBX COMPANY PROFILES
Table 5-1 Cisco / Linksys Business Use Of Products To Enhance Productivity
Table 5-2 Alcatel Market Issues
Table 5-3 Alcatel Positioning To Address Carrier Issues
Table 5-4 Alcatel Strategic Network Focus
Table 5-5 Alcatel Data Networks Positioning
Table 5-6 Alcatel Metro DWDM Positioning
Table 5-7 Alcatel Terrestrial Optical Networking Strategy
Table 5-8 Avaya Product Offerings
Table 5-9 Avaya Product Portfolio
Table 5-10 Nortel Voice Over IP Benefits
Table 5-11 Nortel Voice Over IP VoIP Technologies
Table 5-12 Nortel Voice Over IP Benefits
Table 5-13 Mitel's Portfolio
Table 5-14 Inter-Tel's End-to-End Communications Services and Solutions
Table 5-15 Inter-Tel's Suite of Applications
Table 5-16 Ecuity Benefits
            Table   5-17   Networked Control Solutions Features
            Table   5-18   Covad's Offerings
            Table   5-19   IT Professionals' Abilities with Qovia
            Table   5-20   Toshiba's Evolution for customers and solutions
            Table   5-21   Companies Using ESI Products
            Table   5-22   3Com's Vision of networking
            Table   5-23   3Com Data Networking Products and Solutions Categories



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