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European WLAN market expands
|08 декабря 2006|
Growth rates in the enterprise/SMB segment are more modest, but demand for enterprise equipment is growing. From the second half of 2005 to the first half of 2006, overall revenue for enterprise infrastructure equipment increased by 14 percent. Demand for centralized WLAN architecture especially continued to grow in popularity, and revenue for this kind of product rose 48 percent. Revenue for decentralized architecture products in Europe fell 16 percent from the second half of 2005 to the first half of 2006. Cisco continues to be the most important player, followed at a distance by 3Com. ZyXEL also became more active in the enterprise market and improved its market position from fifth to third position with a revenue share of 13 percent. IDC's Evelien Wiggers explains: "Vendor positions in the residential and enterprise markets are influenced by different market characteristics, and while Cisco has been dominating the enterprise segment for years, vendor positions in the consumer market tend to vary much more. In this segment, vendors usually have agreements with service providers and success is often closely connected with the service providers' success in expanding the number of broadband connections."
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