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Siemens leads EMEA enterprise telephony market

This is the third consecutive quarter the company has led the enterprise telephony market in these regions according to industry analyst reports.

According to a report issued by Synergy Research Group, in EMEA, Siemens leads with 26 percent of the IP PBX revenue market share while its closest competitors only earned 18 and 17 percent market share. In Latin America, Siemens trumps its nearest competitors in the enterprise telephony market by more than double in total IP PBX revenues. Holding 39 percent of the market share in Latin America, Siemens is followed by its closest competitors with 19 and 11 percent market share.

“The rapid adoption of leading-edge enterprise telephony products in both EMEA and Latin America provides a significant opportunity for Siemens to continue to expand its corporate footprint and provide strong service and support for customers across the globe,” said Ken Landoline, Vice President of Research for Synergy Research Group. “Our research shows that Siemens' consistent performance has positioned it ahead of many tough competitors in certain geographic regions based on the company's commitment to open standards, such as SIP and SOA, and future extensibility for unified communications technologies.”

The Synergy Research findings show Siemens consistently outperforming competitors such as Alcatel, Aastra, Avaya, Nortel, Cisco, and others in certain areas. By establishing itself as the current dominant IP PBX provider, Siemens is at the forefront of the enterprise communication markets in EMEA and Latin America. IP PBX comprises a critical element of enterprise telephony, combining LAN telephony, or pure IP, and converged telephony, or TDM/IP.

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