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Telepresence grows in Asia-Pacific

Lucy Arole | April 29, 2009
Telepresence was a global vendor, global service provider story but that changed recently.

Western operators catch up in Asia-Pacific

It is not only the local players that are making moves in China. In March, AT&T announced that it would also extend its telepresence services into China during 2009 by working with local partners to provide the service. This month, Orange Business Services announced that it is upgrading its IP network in Asia-Pacific, citing video conferencing support as one of the reasons for the upgrade.

All this activity in the Chinese market shows that telcos are trying to maximise their efforts to make the most of the potential of these markets. Time will tell whether the economic downturn will restrict this growth or if the emergence of HD video conferencing will enable enterprises to make much-needed cost savings to help them through this difficult period.

Lucy Arole is an analyst at Ovum


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