From a market segment perspective:
- Multi-codec telepresence equipment revenue ($34 million) was up 15.1% quarter over quarter, but down -15.8% year over year.
- Room-based video system revenue ($347 million) increased 11.3% quarter over quarter and 0.6% year over year.
- Personal videoconferencing systems revenue ($35 million) - including executive desktop systems - increased 4.2% quarter over quarter, but declined significantly year over year (-23.1%).
- Video infrastructure equipment revenue ($113 million) - including MCUs and other video-related infrastructure - increased 4.7% quarter over quarter, but declined -20.4% year over year.
"Some good news is that the worldwide videoconferencing equipment market enjoyed positive quarter-over-quarter revenue growth across all its major market segments in 3Q14, although year-over-year revenue growth was mostly down, with a few exceptions," said Rich Costello, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Communications Infrastructure, at IDC. "The video equipment market results are reflective of the ongoing market transition from a primarily hardware-based reporting model to one impacted by the growing interest in more software-based solutions and video subscription services."
Key Vendor Updates:
- Cisco's 3Q14 results showed an 18.3% revenue increase over the second quarter, but a -14.9% year-over-year decline. Cisco remained the leader in enterprise videoconferencing equipment with a 41.4% share of the worldwide market.
- Polycom's revenue decreased -2.2% quarter over quarter, but increased 3.3% year over year in 3Q14. Polycom ranked second in enterprise videoconferencing equipment with a 26.9% share of the worldwide market.
- Huawei's quarter-over-quarter revenue increased 29.6%, but decreased slightly (-1.7%) year over year in 3Q14. Huawei ranked third with a 10.8% share of the worldwide enterprise videoconferencing market.
IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise Videoconferencing and Telepresence Qview provides total market size and vendor share data in an easy-to-use Excel Pivot Table format. The overall market is segmented by product type [Immersive Telepresence, Telepresence (Room-based), Personal Videoconferencing, Video MCU and Other]; form factor (Endpoint, Infrastructure); and screen definition (High Definition, Standard Definition). Measurement for the enterprise videoconferencing and telepresence market is provided in factory revenue and unit shipments.
For more information about IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise Videoconferencing and Telepresence Qview, please contact Kathy Nagamine (firstname.lastname@example.org).