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Government Market Quick to Adopt VoIP and IP VPN Technology



DUBLIN, Ireland - Research and Markets has announced the addition of In-Sights: Government Adoption of VoIP, IP VPN, and Converged Solutions to their offering.

Businesses are increasingly well aware of the wide array of IP voice solutions available to meet their business needs. This has resulted in strong adoption among US business overall (33%), with slightly higher than average adoption among the Government market segment. This segment is slightly above the national average in adoption of IP VPN.

To date, the Government market segment has been one of the strongest industries in converging voice, data, and video capabilities, trailing only the Finance sector. Government IT managers are also more inclined to increasingly converge network capabilities in the next 18 months than their counterparts in other industries.

In our estimation, these findings reflect an acceptance of IP telephony and connectivity as a secure and cost saving alternative to legacy services. Government IT managers are most optimistic that technologies have advanced to a point where they can fundamentally readdress network needs and solutions.

List of Tables

Table 1. Use and Planned Use of IP VPN

Table 2. Types of Current IP VPN Deployments (Multiple Responses Allowed)

Table 3. Future IP VPN Deployment Plans (Multiple Responses Allowed)

Table 4. IP VPN Displacement of Legacy WAN Services

Table 5. “In-House” vs. Carrier Deployment of IP VPN

Table 6. Current VoIP Adoption

Table 7. Preferred Channel Partners for IP Solutions

Table 8. Current Common Network Convergence of Voice, Data and Video

Table 9. Future Convergence Plans

Table 10. Drivers of Network Convergence

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Source : Research and Markets


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