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​Sydney, May 21, 2010 -- The Asia-Pacific WAN (wide area network) services market is forecasted to hit nearly US$13.3 billion in revenues by the close of 2010, rising ten percent over 2009 billings of US$12.0 billion.
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Economic downturn sees projects shelved or put on hold
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Consumer domestic online spending accounts for only 3% of total retail sales
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Sales cycles lengthen, but momentum gathers as advertisers continue the shift from print
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 3 years , category: Business Technology
Sydney, August 11, 2010 -- The Asia-Pacific video conferencing endpoints market is expected to see strong growth with revenues rising at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 13.6 percent till 2016 reaching nearly US$820 million.
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 3 years , category: Business Technology, IT infrastructure
Frost & Sullivan predicts shipments to rise over 20 percent annually between 2012 and 2016
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September 13, 2010 -- The Asia-Pacific secure content management (SCM) market is forecasted to grow by 15.4 percent in 2010 - from just 6.3 percent in 2009 - with revenues rising to US$522 million by the end of the year.
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announced by Frost & Sullivan over 3 years , category: Advertising
A return to optimism sees less focus on performance-based advertising and more interest in online video advertising
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Sydney, October 14, 2010 -- Mobile payments (m-payments) in Asia-Pacific are expected to record transactions worth more than two-fold from 2009 revenues of US$1.6 billion, in five years.
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