Desk Phones are deployed by most of the small and medium size enterprises for performing their daily business operations. These phones offer users with enriched IP communication with outstanding audio quality. Moreover, these phones are connected with uninterrupted power supplies, owing to which any kind of failure will not hamper the communication process.
Desk phone are implemented by most of the business enterprises owing to its several beneficial features which include manageability, better audio quality, reliability, survivability, simplicity, and security.
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Desk Phones Market: Drivers and Restraints
Better Resiliency of Desk Phones for Skype, IP PBX, and cloud services is turning to be the major factor which is responsible for driving the growth of Desk Phones market. Desk Phones are not dependable on any kind of operating system, which is another major factor driving the market growth in positive manner.
Mobile phone and collaboration technologies are the major challenges faced by most of the vendors in Desk Phones market. Moreover, this technologies may drastically hamper the adoption of Desk Phones in future.
Global Desk Phones Market Key Players:
Major players operating in the Desk Phones market includes Cisco Systems, Avaya Inc., Mitel Networks, Polycom, Alcatel-Lucent S.A., Grandstream Networks, Snom Technology, NEC Corporation, D-Link Corporation, Escene, and Fanvil Technology Ltd.
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Global Desk Phones Market: Regional Outlook
On the basis of geography, Desk Phones market can be segmented into seven key regions namely North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, APEJ, Japan, and Middle East & Africa. Among various regions, the Desk Phones market in North America is expected to dominate during the forecast period, owing to heavy adoption of Desk Phones by large enterprises in this region. North America region is expected to be followed by Western Europe, and APAC.
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