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Telepresence Equipment Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018

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Winter Green Research

Published Date : Mar 2012

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No. of Pages : 605

WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Telepresence Equipment. The 2012 study has 605 pages, 302 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth. Telepresence equipment represents a quantum shift in the ability to communicate remotely with video connectivity. It leverages HD TV capability to interconnect two people or teams of people seeking to share information or further evolve a common experience.

A paradigm shift is occurring in the video conferencing business. Teleconferencing seeks to leverage huge opportunities for increasing efficiency, increasing productivity, and in every industry. The shift in telepresence is away from bundled integrator solutions and major codec manufacturer solutions to custom and cloud solutions. It is away from the set-top box, and away from expensive custom room installations to endpoint managed solutions. Image clarity and flexibility in managing human factors are evolving telepresence systems characteristics.

Telepresence is considered to be any video communication system that leverages HD, high definition. The definition is spreading to include virtually every video collaboration system. The ability to leverage HD in a conference room and connect to a variety of end points for people not in a conference room is one configuration that is appealing to users.

Other very attractive telepresence configurations are at the very high end where executives have office based systems that support communication across the globe for facilitating running a globally integrated enterprise.

Desktop communication leveraging video is equally attractive to those members of organizations that need to work with others located remotely. Telepresence supports consistent contact with a group of distributors, engineers, developers, physicians, or customers. Telepresence provides a way to keep in touch with clients and the line of business.

It is HD TV that provides the essence of telepresence. Broadcast quality images are available from a lot of different technologies and on a lot of differnet end points. It is the life size screen that is so compelling in a conference room or executive office.

Telepresence provides a consistency in the remote relationships. Significant sales calls still need to be done face to face. Telepresence provides a way to supplement the face to face calls, a way to provide a continuity to marketing, and a way to create regular collaborations, supports for management efforts that are not replicable in any other way. Telepresence is able to be used in a regular, scheduled manner while traveling is inevitably more sporadic.

According to Susan Eustis, the lead author of the study, \"Lowest total cost of ownership and accelerated return on investment are achieved through breakthrough bandwidth management. Telepresence products leverage industry-leading support of the standards-based H.264 and standards based high profile capability. Standards adherence and compression technology can save up to 50% of ongoing bandwidth consumption and cost.\"

Telepresence markets are anticipated to grow from $3.8 billion in 2011 to $12.8 billion in 2018. Strong growth will go across all three markets segments, immersive, conference room, and end point. In part growth is stimulated by the availability of end point access. With people having a variety of client table and smart phone devices available while they are traveling, tuning into meetings on the go will become more compelling once video capability is available. People feel more a part of a meeting when they are connected by video.

WinterGreen Research is an independent research organization funded by the sale of market research studies all over the world and by the implementation of ROI models that are used to calculate the total cost of ownership of equipment, services, and software. The company has 35 distributors worldwide, including Global Information Info Shop, Market Research.com, Research and Markets, Bloomberg, and Thompson Financial.

Report Methodology

This is the 501st 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.

About the Company

WinterGreen Research, founded in 1985, provides strategic market assessments in telecommunications, communications equipment, health care, and advanced computer technology. Industry reports focus on opportunities that will expand existing markets or develop major new markets. 

The reports assess new product and service positioning strategies, new and evolving technologies, and technological impact on products, services, and markets. Market shares are provided. Leading market participants are profiled, and their marketing strategies, acquisitions, and strategic alliances are discussed. The principals of WinterGreen Research have been involved in analysis and forecasting of international business opportunities in telecommunications and advanced computer technology markets for over 30 years.

About the Principal Authors

Ellen T. Curtiss, Technical Director, co-founder of WinterGreen Research, conducts strategic and market assessments in technology-based industries. Previously she was a member of the staff of Arthur D. Little, Inc., for 23 years, most recently as Vice President of Arthur D. Little Decision Resources, specializing in strategic planning and market development services. She is a graduate of Boston University and the Program for Management Development at Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. She is the author of recent studies on worldwide telecommunications markets and the Top Ten Telecommunications market analysis and forecasts.

Susan Eustis, President, co-founder of WinterGreen Research, has done research in communications and computer markets and applications. She holds several patents in microcomputing and parallel processing. She is the author of recent studies of the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) marketing strategies, Internet software, a study of Push to Talk Equipment, Worldwide Telecommunications Equipment, Top Ten Telecommunications, Digital Loop Carrier, Web Hosting, Business Process Management, Servers, Blades, the Mainframe as a Green Machine, and Application Server markets. Ms. Eustis is a graduate of Barnard College.
Table of Content:

1. Telepresence Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1 Globalization Of The Enterprise
1.1.1 Globalization Supported By Ubiquitous
Communications Networks
1.1.2 Growing Need For Collaboration Across Distance And Time
1.1.3 Elements of a Complete Communications and
Collaboration Solution
1.1.4 US Federal Information Processing Standards
1.2 Flexibility Of Video Delivery
1.3 Telepresence Leverages Value of Video Solutions
1.3.1 TelePresence Digital Communications Based On HD TV
1.3.2 TelePresence Next-Generation Technology
1.3.3 Enterprise Video Solutions
1.3.4 Consumer Video Applications
1.4 Telepresence Scalability
1.4.1 Telepresence Ease of Use
1.4.2 Telepresence Cost
1.4.3 TelePresence Solutions Address Business Continuity Issues
1.4.4 Business Value From Telepresence Systems
1.4.5 TelePresence Supports Body Language As
Business Language
1.4.6 Software Vendors Embed Voice And Video
Communications Into Next Generation Workflow
1.4.7 Green Impact Of Telepresence
1.4.8 3G Wireless Video

2. Telepresence Market Shares and Market Forecasts

2.1 TelePresence Market Driving Forces
2.1.1 Telepresence Enables Ad Hoc Decision Making
2.1.2 How To Use IT To Improve Productivity And
Realize Cost Savings
2.1.3 Telepresence Works To Support The Globally
Integrated Enterprise
2.2 Telepresence Market Shares
2.2.1 Cisco
2.2.2 Cisco TelePresence System 3200 Series
2.2.3 Cisco Telepresence Units and Revenue Q4 2011
2.2.4 Polycom
2.2.5 Polycom Cloud-Based UC Solutions
2.2.6 Polycom Acquires Hewlett Packard Halo/HVEN
Network Renames it RealPresence Cloud
2.2.7 Polycom UC Group Systems
2.2.8 Logitech LifeSize
2.2.9 Huawei MCU VP9610 Series
5.1.1 Sony Immersive Telepresence
2.2.10  Microsoft / Skype Products and Features
2.2.11  Microsoft / Skype Mobile Products
2.2.12  Microsoft / Skype Integrated Features
2.2.13  Skype
2.2.14  Google / You Tube
2.2.15  Teliris Offers Universal Interoperability
2.2.16  Teliris Realistically Replicating The
 Human Dynamics Of A Live Meeting
2.2.17  DVE
2.2.18  Radvision Interactive Voice And Video Over IP
2.2.19  Telepresence Equipment Market Forecasts
2.2.20  Telepresence Infrastructure Systems and
End Point Systems Equipment Market Forecasts Units
2.2.21  Telepresence Acquisition, Partnership, and
Open Standards Activity
2.3 Immersive Telepresence Markets
2.3.1 Immersive Telepresence Equipment Market Shares
2.3.2 Immersive Telepresence Market Forecasts
2.3.3 High End, Immersive Telepresence Market
2.3.4 Telepresence Infrastructure Equipment Market Forecasts
2.3.5 Telepresence Equipment Segment Information
2.3.6 Cisco TelePresence Ecosystem
2.3.7 Cisco Customer Adoption
2.4 Conference Room Telepresence Markets
2.4.1 Telepresence System Capabilities
2.4.2 Conference Room Telepresence Equipment Market Shares
2.4.3 Polycom Open Telepresence Experience
2.4.4 Cisco / Tandberg
2.4.5 Cisco Small and Mid Size Business Telepresence
2.4.6 Conference Room Telepresence Market Forecasts
2.5 Endpoint Telepresence Equipment Markets
2.5.1 Endpoint Telepresence Equipment Market Shares
2.5.2 Endpoint Telepresence Equipment Market Forecasts
2.6 Telepresence Equipment Markets by Industry
2.7 Telepresence Market Segments
2.7.1 Corporate Sector Remains the Dominant
TelePresence Vertical Market
2.7.2 Telepresence Educational Institutions
2.7.3 Telepresence to Healthcare Institutions
2.7.4 Telepresence Healthcare Sector Applications
2.7.5 Telepresence Healthcare Providers
2.7.6 Telepresence Telemedicine Solutions
2.7.7 Government Telepresence
2.7.8 Telepresence Government Agencies
2.7.9 Telepresence Supports Development Teams Working Remotely
2.7.10  Telepresence Supports IP TV
2.7.11  Telepresence Banking Applications
2.7.12  Telepresence Solution for the Manufacturing Market
2.7.13  Telepresence Room Rental Business
2.7.14  Telepresence Is Next Generation Video Conferencing
2.7.15  Worldwide Personal Executive Telepresence
2.7.16  Telepresence Systems for Executives
2.8 Telepresence Managed Services
2.8.1 Marriott with AT&T and Cisco TelePresence
Waned And Has Been Discontinued
2.8.2 TelePresence Enabled Services Market Size
2.9 Telepresence Systems Costs
2.9.1 Telepresence System and Equipment Prices
2.9.2 Teliris Custom Telepresence
2.9.3 Cisco
2.9.4 Polycom
2.9.5 Tandberg
2.9.6 Tata Communications
2.9.7 Vidyo
2.9.8 Sony
2.9.9 LifeSize
2.10 Telepresence ROI
2.10.1  Telepresence ROI: Technology Demand
2.10.2  Telepresence Market Benefits
2.10.3  Telepresence ROI: Value Of Intercompany Telepresence
2.10.4  Direct Cost ROI Analysis
2.10.5  ROI Looks At Utilization Rate Impact
2.10.6  Reduction Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
2.11 TelePresence Regional Analysis
2.11.1  Tata Telepresence Centers
2.11.2  Asia Pacific
2.11.3  France
2.11.4  Cisco Telepresence Regional Revenue Analysis
2.11.5  Logitech Regional Net Sales

3. Telepresence Product Description 

3.1 Telepresence Architecture and Immersive Systems
3.2 Polycom Telepresence Architecture
3.2.1 Polycom® RealPresence™ Immersive
3.2.2 Polycom® RealPresence™ Experience (RPX™)
3.2.3 Polycom® Architected Telepresence Experience™ (ATX™)
3.2.4 Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Studio
3.2.5 Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Meeting Room
3.2.6 Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Center
3.3 Cisco TelePresence System 3200 Series
3.3.1 Cisco TelePresence System 3000 Series
3.3.2 Cisco TelePresence System T Series
3.3.3 Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence (Movi)
3.4 VidyoPanorama
3.5 Sony Immersive Telepresence
3.5.1 Sony TelePresence Undivided Group
3.5.2 Sony TelePresence Meeting with Eye Contact
3.5.3 Sony TelePresence Multi-Site Collaboration Suite
3.6 TelePresence Conference Room Systems
3.7 Polycom® Open Telepresence Experience™ (OTX™)
3.7.1 Polycom Features and Benefits
3.8 Cisco TelePresence System 1300 Series
3.8.1 Cisco TelePresence System 1000
3.8.2 Cisco TelePresence System 500 Series
3.9 Logitech / LifeSize® Conference 220™
3.9.1 LifeSize® Express 220™
3.9.2 LifeSize® Team 220™
3.9.3 LifeSize® Room 220™
3.10 Sony TelePresence Conference Room Systems
3.11 BrightCom Lumina Telepresence L85
3.11.1  BrightCom Lumina Telepresence L65
3.11.2  BrightCom Lumina Telepresence L37
3.12 Digital Video Enterprises (DVE) Huddle Room 70
3.12.1  DVE Telepresence Stage
3.12.2  DVE Telepresence Podium
3.12.3  DVE Telepresence Room
3.13 Sony
3.14 AVI-SPL Caméléon Telepresence® System
3.15 Magor HDSolo
3.15.1  Magor HDDuo
3.15.2  Magor HDTrio
3.16 Radvision SCOPIA XT Telepresence
3.17 Telepresence Tech TPT900 Tactical
3.17.1  Telepresence Tech TPT1500 Cart
3.17.2  Telepresence Tech TPT1900 Lectern
3.17.3  TPT2000 Conference
3.17.4  Telepresence Tech TPT3000 Room
3.17.5  Telepresence Tech TPT4000 Environment
3.18 Musion
3.18.1  Musion On-Stage Holographic TelePresence
3.19 TelePresence Endpoint Systems
3.20 Polycom® HDX® Series
3.20.1  Polycom HDX® Media Center
3.20.2  Polycom® Practitioner Cart™ HDX® Unit
3.20.1  Polycom® QDX 6000™
3.20.2  Polycom® HDX® 4000 Series
3.20.3  Polycom® VVX® 1500
3.20.4  Polycom® VVX® 1500 D Business Media Phone
3.20.5  Polycom® Teleworker Solution VVX 1500® D and VBP™ 200 E
3.20.6  Polycom® VVX® 500 Performance Business Media Phone
3.21 Cisco TelePresence MX Series
3.21.1  Cisco TelePresence System Profile Series
3.21.2  Cisco TelePresence System Profile MXP Series
3.21.3  Cisco Scalable HD Video for Multipurpose Rooms
3.21.4  Cisco TelePresence System EX Series
3.21.5  Cisco TelePresence System MXP Series
3.21.6  Cisco TelePresence System 1100
3.21.7  Cisco IP Video Phone E20
3.21.8  Cisco TelePresence Conductor
3.21.9  Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS)
3.21.10  Cisco TelePresence Advanced Media Gateway Series
3.21.11  Cisco TelePresence IP Gateway Series
3.21.12  Cisco TelePresence ISDN Gateway
3.21.13  Cisco TelePresence MCU 4501 Series
3.21.14  Cisco TelePresence MCU 4500 Series
3.21.15  Cisco TelePresence MCU 4200 Series
3.21.16  Cisco TelePresence MSE 8000 Series
3.21.17  Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch
3.21.18  Cisco TelePresence Server
3.21.19  Cisco TelePresence IP VCR Series
3.21.20  Cisco TelePresence Recording Server
3.21.21  Cisco TelePresence PrecisionHD USB Cameras
3.21.22  Cisco TelePresence System Clinical Presence
3.22 Sony TelePresence Endpoint Cart Systems
3.23 LifeSize® Passport™
3.23.1  LifeSize® Passport Connect™
3.24 Vidyo
3.24.1  VidyoRoom
3.24.2  VidyoRouter
3.24.3  VidyoPortal
3.24.4  VidyoReplay™ – Video Conference Recording &
Webcasting Solution
3.24.5  VidyoDesktop
3.24.6  VidyoGateway™ – Video
Conferencing Interoperability Solution
3.24.7  VidyoMobile™ - Mobile Video
Conferencing Solution - Vidyo™
3.25 Huawei VP9030
3.25.1  Huawei VP9035A
3.25.2  Huawei VP9039S
3.25.3  Huawei VP9039A
3.25.4  Huawei VP9610
3.25.5  Huawei TP3016
3.26 Teliris
3.26.1  Teliris VirtuaLive™ Telepresence
3.26.2  Teliris Express Telepresence
3.26.3  Teliris Personal Telepresence
3.26.4  Teliris Executive Telepresence
3.26.5  Teliris StartPoint
3.26.6  Teliris @nywhere
3.27 Microsoft / Skype
3.27.1  Microsoft / Skype Products and Features
3.27.2  Microsoft / Skype Mobile Products
3.27.3  Microsoft / Skype Integrated Features
3.28 Google Adds Skype Like Software to Chrome
3.29 InFocus IN1100 Projector Series
3.29.1  InFocus IN1500 Projector Series
3.29.2  InFocus MondopadRoom
3.30 Telepresence Cloud and Telepresence Services
3.31 Polycom / HP Halo renamed RealPresence Cloud
3.31.1  Polycom RealPresence Cloud Telepresence Service
3.31.2  Polycom Managed Services
3.32 Tata Telepresence Centers
3.33 IBM Telepresence Services

4. Telepresence Equipment Technology
4.1 Standards and Interoperability
4.1.1 Standards: Industry Standards And Widely
Accepted Proprietary Standards
4.1.2 Telepresence Functions Widely Accepted
4.1.3 Extended Industry Interoperability and Standards
4.1.4 What is in TIP
4.1.5 Zero Latency High Definition H.264 Video
4.2 Scalable Video Coding
4.2.1 Scalable Video Coding (SVC)
4.2.2 H.264 – Scalable Video Coding SVC
4.2.3 SVC Scalability
4.2.4 SVC Cost Challenge
4.2.5 Communications Quality
4.3 Security
4.4 High Profile Telepresence
4.5 Technologies Supporting Telepresence
4.5.1 4.1.1 Multi-Codec Telepresence Solutions
4.6 Benefits of a Telepresence Platform
4.6.1 Telepresence Turnkey Solution
4.7 Telepresence Customized Solutions
4.7.1 HaiVision MAKO-HD Low-Latency Encoding Technology
4.7.2 HaiVision MAKO-HD Low-Latency Encoding Technology
4.8 Video Network Quality Challenge
4.9 Challenges Facing Visual Communications
4.9.1 Need For Video Coding Scheme That Is Resilient

5. Telepresence Company Profiles 

5.2 Avistar Desktop Videoconferencing
5.3 BrightCom
5.4 Cisco
5.4.1 Cisco Information Technology
5.4.2 Cisco Virtualization
5.4.3 Competitive Landscape In The Enterprise Data Center
5.4.4 Cisco Architectural Approach
5.4.5 Cisco Switching
5.4.6 Cisco NGN Routing
5.4.7 Cisco Collaboration
5.4.8 Cisco Service Provider Video
5.4.9 Cisco Wireless
5.4.10  Cisco Security
5.4.11  Cisco Data Center Products
5.4.12  Cisco Other Products
5.4.13  Cisco Systems Net Sales
5.4.14  Cisco Systems Revenue by Segment
5.4.1 Cisco Telepresence Systems Segment Net Sales
5.4.2 Cisco Tops 10,000 Unified Computing System Customers
5.5 Digital Video Enterprises
5.5.1 DVE Product Areas of Usage
5.5.2 DVE 3D Holographic Collaboration CreateSpace
5.5.3 DVE Officially Launches Holographic Immersive Podium
5.6 Glowpoint
5.6.1 Glowpoint Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2011 Revenue
5.6.2 Glowpoint Key Business Metrics
5.6.3 Glowpoint Highlights
5.7 Google
5.7.1 Google Q4 Revenue
5.8 Haivision
5.8.1 Haivision Record Growth in 2011; Leads IP Media
5.8.2 Haivision Video Streaming Market Segments
5.8.3 Haivision Network Video
5.9 Hewlett Packard
5.9.1 Polycom Buys Hewlett Packard Halo/HVEN network
5.9.2 Hewlett Packard Positioning
5.9.3 HP Products and Services; Segment Information
5.9.4 Hewlett Packard Segment Revenue
5.9.5 Hewlett Packard Personal Systems Group
5.9.6 Hewlett-Packard Revenue
5.10 Huawei
5.10.1  Huawei Videoconferencing System for
Shenshuo Railway Co. Ltd.
5.10.2  Huawei Telepresence Benefits
5.10.3  Huawei Emergency Management
 Videoconferencing System for Shandong
Electric Power Corporation
5.10.4  Huawei Emergency Management
Videoconferencing System Requirement Analysis
5.11 InFocus
5.11.1  InFocus HD Projectors Providing Complete
Installation Flexibility
5.11.2  InFocus Ultra High Definition
5.11.3  InFocus Flexibility
5.11.4  InFocus IN5316HD
5.11.5  InFocus IN5318
5.11.6  InFocus Selects Ingram Micro US Distribution
Partner for Mondopad
5.12 Logitech
5.12.1  Logitech Revenue Net Sales By Operating Segment
5.12.2  Logitech Sales of PC Peripherals In Mature
Markets Expected to Decline
5.12.3  Logitech LifeSize
5.12.4  Logitech Digital Home Category
5.12.5  Logitech Sales of OEM Mice And Keyboards
5.12.6  Logitech Net Sales by Channel
5.12.7  Logitech Segment Revenue
5.12.8  Logitech LifeSize
5.12.9  Logitech LifeSize UVC Video Conferencing Infrastructure
5.13 Magor TeleCollaboration
5.13.1  Magor Communications Customer Reference BTI
5.14 Microsoft
5.14.1  Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments
5.14.2  Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
5.14.3  Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming
The Data Center And Information Technology
5.14.4  Microsoft Entertainment
5.14.5  Microsoft Search
5.14.6  Microsoft Communications And Productivity
5.14.7  Microsoft Sales
5.14.8  Microsoft / Skype
5.14.9  Skype Viral Marketing
5.14.10  Skype Strategic Relationships and Partners
5.14.11  Skype Peer-To-Peer Software Architecture
5.14.12  Skype Revenue
5.14.13  Skype Users And Financial Performance
5.15 Musion
5.16 Polycom
5.16.1  Polycom Cloud-Based UC Solutions
5.16.2  Polycom Buys Hewlett Packard Halo/HVEN Network
5.16.3  Polycom Partnerships
5.16.4  Polycom Mobile UC Solutions
5.16.5  Polycom Focused Ecosystem Partnerships
5.16.6  Polycom Microsoft Partnership and Open
Collaboration Network Partners
5.16.7  Polycom  RealPresence Platform
5.16.8  Polycom Targets Growth Markets
5.16.9  Polycom Products And Services
5.16.10  Polycom Network Infrastructure
5.16.11  Polycom UC Group Systems
5.16.12  Polycom UC Personal Devices
5.16.13  Polycom Network Infrastructure
5.16.14  Polycom RMX.
5.16.15  Polycom Centralized Management Application (CMA).
5.16.16  Polycom Distributed Management Application (DMA).
5.16.17  Polycom VBP
5.16.18  Polycom RealPresence Media Manager
5.16.19  Polycom UC Group Systems
5.16.20  Polycom Product Set
5.16.21  Polycom Range Of UC Group Devices
5.16.22  Polycom Conference Phones
5.16.23  Polycom UC Personal Devices
5.16.24  Polycom Personal Telepresence Solutions
5.16.25  Polycom SoundPoint Series Of Standards-Based
SIP Desktop Devices
5.16.26  Polycom Wireless Products
5.16.27  Polycom / Microsoft Family Of Devices
5.16.28  Polycom Revenues
5.16.29  Polycom Geographic Revenue
5.16.30  Polycom Segment Revenue
5.16.31  Polycom Strategic Investments And Key Strategic Initiatives
5.16.32  Polycom Business Segment Information:
5.16.33  Polycom Unified Collaboration Solutions ROI
5.16.34  Polycom Unified Agile Collaboration
5.17 Radvision
5.17.1  Radvision Proven Track Record Of Industry Leadership
5.17.2  Radvision Revenues
5.17.3  Radvision Strategy
5.17.4  Radvision Maintains and Extends Technology Leadership
5.17.5  Radvision Innovative End-To-End Player
With Ground Breaking Solutions
5.17.6  Radvision Strengthens And Expands Relationships
With Major Partners
5.17.7  Radvision Continues to Offer Enhanced Features
5.17.8  Radvision Provides Endpoint Solutions
5.17.9  Radvision Business Structure
5.17.10  Radvision Video Business Unit
5.18 Samsung
5.18.1  Samsung 3Q FY2011
5.19 Telepresence Tech
5.20 Teliris
5.20.1  Teliris True Telepresence
5.20.2  Teliris Lightweight Platform
5.20.3  Teliris End-to-End Managed Services
5.20.4  Teliris Real Interoperability
5.20.5  Teliris InfiNET
5.20.6  Teliris Joined The Board of Open Visual
Communications Consortium™
5.20.7  Teliris Channel Partners for Global Distribution
5.21 Vidyo
5.21.1  Vidyo Collaborates with ng Connect
5.21.2  Vidyo Connected Service Vehicle
5.21.3  Vidyo Multipoint Video Conferencing on
Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Android

List of Table

Table ES-1
Drivers for the Adoption of Telepresence Solutions
Table ES-2
Telepresence Market Driving Forces
Table ES-3
Telepresence Vendor Competitive Positioning
Figure ES-4
Telepresence Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure ES-5
Telepresence Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments,
Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 1-1
Telepresence Vendor Positioning
Table 1-2
Communications and Collaboration Solution
Applications and Functionality
Table 1-3
Capabilities Core To Taking Advantage Of Modern
Telepresence Market Opportunities
Table 1-4
Communications and Collaboration Solution Industry Applications
Figure 1-5
Telepresence Project Team Setting
Figure 1-6
Telepresence Unified Conference Station
Figure 1-7
Telepresence Executive Office
Figure 1-8
Telepresence Sales Office Lobby
Figure 1-9
Telepresence Healthcare Setting
Figure 1-10
Telepresence Higher Education Setting
Figure 1-11
Telepresence Corporate Training Rooms Connects
Virtual Learning to Environments around the World
Figure 1-12
Telepresence Collaborative War Room
Figure 1-13
Telepresence Customized Meeting Room
Figure 1-14
Telepresence Small Team Setting
Figure 1-15
Telepresence Informal Collaboration Space
Figure 1-16
Telepresence Enhances Traditional Conference
Meeting Room Space
Figure 1-17
Telepresence Travel and Business Case Value
Return on Investment (ROI)
Figure 1-18
Aspects of the Decision Making Process Addressed by Telepresence
Figure 1-19
Telepresence Value Return on Investment (ROI)
Table 1-20
TelePresence Benefits
Table 1-21
TelePresence Functions
Table 2-1
Drivers for the Adoption of Telepresence Solutions
Table 2-2
Telepresence Market Driving Forces
Table 2-3
Telepresence Vendor Competitive Positioning
Figure 2-4
Telepresence Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-5
Telepresence Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure 2-6
Huawei TP3016
Table 2-7
Teliris Telepresence Supplier Key Solution Elements
Figure 2-8
Teliris Virtual Live Telepresence
Figure 2-9
Telepresence Equipment Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-10
Telepresence Infrastructure and End Point / Conference Room Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2018
Table 2-11
Telepresence Equipment Market Forecasts Shipments,
Worldwide, Dollars, 2012-2018
Table 2-12
Telepresence Infrastructure Systems and End Point Systems
Equipment Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-13
Telepresence Equipment Immersive, Conference Room, and
 End Point Segment Market Forecasts Shipments, Worldwide,
Dollars, 2012-2018
Table 2-14
Telepresence Unit Shipments By Vendor Market Shares,
Units, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-15
Telepresence Market Segments
Figure 2-16
Immersive Telepresence Equipment Market Shares,
Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-17
Immersive Telepresence Equipment Market Shares,
Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-18
Immersive Telepresence Market Forecasts, Dollars,
 Worldwide 2011
Figure 2-19
Telepresence Enterprise C-Level Executive Equipment
High End Market Penetration Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-20
Infrastructure Equipment for Telepresence Market
Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-21
Enterprise C-Level Executive Telepresence Equipment,
High End Market Penetration Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-22
Telepresence Enterprise, School Based Education, and
Healthcare Market Segment Forecasts Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-23
Enterprise, Healthcare, and Schools Education Telepresence
 Conference Room Equipment Market Penetration
 Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-24
Medical Related Telepresence Equipment High End
 Infrastructure and End Point Systems Market Penetration
Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-25
Cisco TelePresence Simulates Face-to-Face Interaction
Table 2-26
Telepresence Conference Room System Capabilities
Table 2-27
Significant Telepresence Solutions Aspects
Figure 2-28
Conference Room Telepresence Equipment Market Shares,
Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-29
Telepresence Conference Room Market Shares,
Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure 3-30
Polycom Open Telepresence Experience™ (OTX™)
Figure 2-31
Conference Room Telepresence Market Forecasts,
Shipments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-32
Enterprise, Healthcare, and Schools Education Telepresence
Conference Room Equipment Market Penetration
Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-33
End Point Telepresence Market Shares, Dollars,  Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-34
Telepresence End Point Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure 2-35
Endpoint Telepresence Market Forecasts, Shipments, Dollars,
 Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-36
Telepresence Use Across Vertical Markets
Table 2-37
Telepresence Enterprise Executive Use
Table 2-38
Telepresence Market Industry Segments,
Percent, Worldwide, 2010-2016
Table 2-39
Telepresence Managed Services Providers
Table 2-40
TelePresence Enabled Services Benefits
Table 2-41
Telepresence ROI Metrics
Table 2-42
Telepresence Barriers to Adoption
Table 2-43
TelePresence Economic Driving Forces
Table 2-43 (Continued)
TelePresence Economic Driving Forces
Table 2-43  (Continued)
TelePresence Economic Driving Forces
`Table 2-44
Telepresence Market Benefits
Table 2-45
Telepresence ROI Metrics
Table 2-45 (Continued)
Telepresence ROI Metrics
Table 2-46
ROI Analysis Benefits
Figure 2-47
Telepresence Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2011
Table 2-48
Telepresence Regional Market Segments, 2011
Figure 2-49
Tata Telepresence Centers
Figure 3-1
Polcom UltimateHD Architecture
Figure 3-2
Polcom UltimateHD Architecture
Table 3-3
Polycom® RealPresence™ Immersive Features
Figure 3-4
Polcom UltimateHD Launch Products and Services
Figure 3-5
Polycom RealPresence™ Experience (RPX™)
Table 3-6
Polycom® RealPresence™ Experience Features
Figure 3-7
Polycom Telepresence Design Gallery
Table 3-8
Polycom® Architected Telepresence Experience
Features and Benefits
Figure 3-9
Polycom Architected Telepresence Experience™ (ATX™)
Figure 3-10
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Studio
Table 3-11
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Studio Features
Table 3-12
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Studio Components
Table 3-13
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Meeting
Room Features
Table 3-14
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Meeting
Room Components
Figure 3-15
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Center
Table 3-16
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Center Features
Table 3-17
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Center Two
Seater Components
Table 3-18
Polycom RealPresence Cloud Collaboration Center Four
Seater Components
Figure 3-19
TelePresence System 3200 Series
Table 3-20
Cisco TelePresence System 3200 Functions:
Figure 3-21
TelePresence System 3000 Series
Table 3-22
Cisco TelePresence System 3000 Features
Figure 3-23
TelePresence System T Series
Table 3-24
Cisco TelePresence System T Configurations
Tabe 3-25
Cisco Telepresence System 1100 Features
Table 3-26
Cisco TelePresence System 1100Benefits
Figure 3-27
Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence (Movi)
Figure 3-28
Table 3-29
VidyoPanorama Features
Figure 3-30
Polycom Open Telepresence Experience™ (OTX™)
Table 3-31
Polycom® Open Telepresence Experience Features
Figure 3-32
TelePresence System 1300 Series
Table 3-33
Cisco Telepresence System 1300
Table 3-34
Cisco TelePresence System 1300 features
Figure 3-35
TelePresence System 1000
Table 3-36
Cisco TelePresence System 1000 Benefits
Figure 3-37
TelePresence System 500 Series
Table 3-38
Cisco TelePresence 500 Series Features
Table 3-39
Cisco TelePresence 500 Series Benefits
Table 3-40
LifeSize Express 220 features
Table 3-41
LifeSize Team 220 Features
Figure 3-42
Sony TelePresence Conference Room Systems
Figure 3-43
BrightCom Lumina Telepresence L85
Table 3-44
BrightCom Lumina Telepresence L85 Features
Figure 3-45
BrightCom Lumina Telepresence L65
Table 3-46
BrightCom Lumina Telepresence L65 Features
Table 3-47
BrightCom Lumina Telepresence L85 Features
Table 3-48
DVE Huddle Room 70 Features
Figure 3-49
DVE Huddle Room 70
Table 3-50
DVE Telepresence Stage Features
Table 3-51
DVE Telepresence Podium
Table 3-52
DVE Telepresence Room Features
Figure 3-53
Sony TelePresence Immersive, Conference Room, and
One-on-One Cart Product Positioning
Figure 3-54
AVI-SPL Caméléon Telepresence® System
Table 3-55
AVI-SPL Caméléon Telepresence® System Features
Figure 3-56
AVI-SPL Caméléon Telepresence® System
Figure 3-57
Magor HDSolo
Table 3-58
Magor HDSolo Characteristics
Table 3-59
Magor HDSolo Features
Table 3-60
Magor HDSolo IT Features
Table 3-61
Magor HDDuo Characteristics
Table 3-62
Magor HDDuo Features
Table 3-63
Magor HDDuo IT Features
Table 3-64
Magor HDTrio Features
Table 3-65
Magor HDTrio IT Features
Figure 3-66
Radvision SCOPIA XT Telepresence
Figure 3-67
Telepresence Tech TPT900 Tactical
Figure 3-68
TPT1500 Cart
Figure 3- 69
Telepresence Tech TPT1900 Lectern
Figure 3-70
Telepresence Tech TPT2000 Conference
Figure 3-71
Telepresence Tech TPT3000 Room
Figure 3-72
Telepresence Tech TPT4000 Environment
Table 3-73
Musion On-Stage Holographic TelePresence Benefits
Table 3-74
Polycom HDX Series Features and Benefits
Figure 3-75
Polycom HDX® Series
Figure 3-76
Polycom HDX® Media Center
Table 3-77
Polycom HDX Media Center Features and Benefits
Figure 3-78
Polycom Practitioner Cart™ HDX® Unit
Table 3-79
Polycom® Practitioner Cart™ HDX® Unit Features and Benefits
Figure 3-80
Polycom QDX 6000™
Table 3-81
Polycom® QDX 6000™ Features and Benefits
Figure 3-82
HDX® 4000 Series
Table 3-83
The Polycom HDX 4000 Series Features and Benefits
Figure 3-84
Polycom® VVX® 1500
Table 3-85
Polycom VVX 1500 Features and Benefits
Figure 3-86
Polycom VVX® 1500 D Business Media Phone
Table 3-87
Features and Benefits
Figure 3-88
Teleworker Solution VVX 1500® D and VBP™ 200 E
Table 3-89
Polycom® Teleworker Solution VVX 1500® D and VBP™ 200 E
Features and Benefits
Figure 3-90
VVX® 500 Performance Business Media Phone
Table 3-91
Polycom® VVX® 500 Performance Business Media Phone Features
Figure 3-92
TelePresence MX Series
Table 3-93
MX200 and MX300 Features
Figure 3-94
TelePresence System Profile Series
Table 3-95
Cisco TelePresence Profile Series Options
Figure 3-96
TelePresence System Profile MXP Series
Table 3-97
Cisco TelePresence 6000 MXP Codec Uses
Figure 3-98
TelePresence System EX Series
Table 3-99
Cisco TelePresence EX Series features
Figure 3-100
TelePresence System MXP Series
Figure 3-101
Cisco TelePresence System 1100
Figure 3-102
IP Video Phone E20
Table 3-103
Cisco IP Video Phone E20 Features:
Table 3-104
Cisco IP Video Phone E20 interface
Figure 3-105
TelePresence Conductor
Table 3-106
Cisco TelePresence Conductor features
Figure 3-107
Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS)
Table 3-108
Cisco TelePresence VCS Feature and Capabilities
Figure 3-109
Cisco TelePresence Advanced Media Gateway Series
Figure 3-110
Cisco TelePresence IP Gateway Series
Table 3-111
Cisco TelePresence IP Gateway Series Features
Figure 3-112
Cisco TelePresence ISDN Gateway
Table 3-113
Cisco TelePresence ISDN Gateway
Table 3-114
Cisco TelePresence MCU 4501 Features:
Figure 3-115
Cisco TelePresence MCU 4500 Series
Table 3-116
The Cisco TelePresence MCU 4500 Series Features:
Table 3-117
Cisco TelePresence MCU 4200 Series Features
Figure 3-118
TelePresence MSE 8000 Series
Table 3-119
Cisco TelePresence MSE 8000 Series
Table 3-120
Cisco MSE 8000 Series Features
Figure 3-121
Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch
Source: Cisco
Table 3-122
Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch. Features
Table 3-123
Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch Benefits
Figure 3-124
Cisco TelePresence IP VCR Series
Table 3-125
Cisco TelePresence IP VCR
Figure 3-126
TelePresence Recording Server
Table 3-127
Cisco TelePresence Recording Server features
Figure 3-128
TelePresence PrecisionHD USB Cameras
Figure 3-129
TelePresence System Clinical Presence
Table 3-130
Cisco TelePresence Clinical Presence System Features
Figure 3-131
Sony TelePresence Endpoint Cart Systems
Figure 2-132
Logitech / Lifesize Bringing Business to the Future in HD
Figure 3-133
Figure 3-134
Figure 3-135
TabLe 3-136
VidyoPortal Administration Features
Table 3-137
VidyoPortal Features
Table 3-138
VidyoReplay Benefits
Figure 3-139
Source: Vidyo
Table 3-140
VidyoDesktop Benefits
Figure 3-141
Figure 3-142
Table 3-143
VidyoMobile Benefits
Figure 3-144
Huawei VP9030
Figure 3-145
Huawei VP9610
Figure 3-146
Huawei TP3016
Table 3-147
Teliris Telepresence Gateway Support
Figure 3-148
Teliris VirtuaLive™ Telepresence
Source: Teliris
Table 3-149
Teliris VirtuaLive™ Telepresence Features
Figure 3-150
Teliris Express Telepresence
Table 3-151
Teliris Express Telepresence
Figure 3-152
Teliris Personal Telepresence
Table 3-153
Teliris Personal Telepresence
Figure 3-154
Teliris Executive Telepresence
Source: Teliris
Figure 3-155
Teliris StartPoint
Source: Teliris
Table 3-156
Teliris StartPoint
Figure 3-157
Teliris @nywhere
Source: Teliris
Table 3-158
Teliris @nywhere
Figure 3-159
Google WebRTC Technology For Real-Time Audio And Video Chat
Figure 3-160
InFocus IN1100 Projector Series
Source: InFocus
Table 3-177
InFocus IN1100 Projector Series Features
Figure 3-178
InFocus IN1100 Projector Series
Figure 3-179
InFocus IN1500 Projector Series
Figure 3-179
InFocus IN1500 Projector Series
Figure 4-1
Collaboration and Conferencing Continuum
Figure 4-2
Collaboration and Conferencing Continuum Example
Figure 4-3
Video Continuum Example
Table 4-4
Standards Development Organizations
Table 4-5
Telepresence Standards
Table 4-6
Telepresence Functions Targeted
Table 4-7
Technical Requirements For Secure Intercompany Telepresence
Table 4-8
Technologies supporting telepresence
Table 4-9
Telepresence Capable Systems Requirements
Table 4-10
Multi-Codec Systems Components
Table 4-10 (Continued)
Multi-Codec Systems Components
Table 4-11
Benefits of a Telepresence Platform
Table 4-12
Video Sub-Systems And The Telepresence Operating System
Table 4-13
Telepresence Solution Issues
Figure 5-1
AVI-SPL Telepresence
Table 5-2
AVI-SPL Capabilities
Table 5-3
BrightCom Telepresence Capabilities
Table 5-4
DVE Product Areas of Usage
Figure 5-5
DVE 3D CreateSpace Functions
Figure 5-6
DVE Holographic Immersive Podium
Table 5-7
Hewlett Packard HP Product Set•
Table 5-7  (Continued)
Hewlett Packard HP Product Set•
Figure 5-8
Huawei Telepresence Solution
Figure 5-9
Huawei Hardware And Software Videoconferencing System For
Shenshuo Railway Co. Ltd.:
Figure 5-10
Huawei Emergency Management Videoconferencing
System Solution
Table 5-11
Logitech LifeSize UVC Platform Features
Table 5-12
Polycom Strategic Investments And Five Key Strategic Initiatives
Table 5-13
Polycom Unified Collaboration Solutions ROI Metrics
Table 5-14
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