North American Mobile VoIP market is expected to grow

At a growth rate of 57 percent

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: July 28, 2011

On July 14, 2011, Technavio published a comprehensive market report titled “North American Mobile VoIP Market 2010-2014”. The market report forecasts that the North American Mobile VoIP Market will grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 57 percent between 2010 and 2014.

The market report states that improved network and wireless bandwidth capabilities should increase the adoption rate in the coming years. It also predicts that heightened video capabilities will improve the overall popularity of VoIP. Concerns about data security, however, may have a negative effect on market growth.

The market report explores several other industry questions, including what the market size will be in 2014 and the rate they expect it to grow. The market report also covers the key trends the market is subject to, the primary challenges to market growth, the key vendors in the market space and the opportunities and threats that these key vendors are predicted to encounter.

TechNavio’s market report specifically covers the solutions market and strategic insights on the largest vendors that provide mobile VoIP solutions in North America. Mobile VoIP platforms, like Mailvision’s PICO, are not covered by the market report.

“North American Mobile VoIP Market 2010-2014” is currently available for download at Marketresearch.com and Technavio.com. It costs $1,500 for a single user license.
 

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