Enterprise networking is expected to emerge as a lucrative domain over the forecast period, which can be attributed to increasing geographical expansion of enterprises and organizations. Enterprise networking forms the backbone of enterprise communications by connecting computers and related devices across workgroup networks and departments, facilitating data accessibility and insight. It considerably reduces the complexity in communications protocols, facilitates device and system interoperability, along with enhanced internal and external enterprise data management. Enterprise networking solutions find applications in sectors that include education, banking, hospitality, utility, and manufacturing. Increasing business pressures and consumerization of IT is expected to spur the global enterprise networking market.
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The enterprise networking market can be segmented on the basis of network infrastructure, security, and services. Unified communication and collaboration (UC&C) converges the communications tools that people use daily such as voice, e-mail, instant messaging, presence, click-to-dial, conferencing, and video, into a single interface and helps overcome the inefficiencies and challenges in organizational communications. Enterprise networking services are expected to gain prominence as vendors evolve their hardware based business models to facilitate customer engagement through a service-led approach.
Adoption of cloud and mobility are considered as the two key paradigm shifts in enterprise IT networks. Increased commercial investments in wireless and mobile technologies related to cloud, mobility and security along with hotspots solutions, big data & analytics, social media and BYOD is expected to drive the global enterprise networking market. Development of networking technologies such as Software Defined Networking (SDN) which let network operators manage, configure, optimize and secure network resources dynamic, automated programs & software are expected to impel market growth. Although cloud and software centric infrastructure are expected to exhibit growth, hardware enabled enterprise networking is poised for growth over the coming decade.
Government initiatives in developing economies aimed at reducing the digital divide, building smart cities, and improving financial inclusion are expected to augment enterprise networking equipment demand. Small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are expected to continue investing in the networking market to make provisions for technological changes and support their expansion goals. Increased spending in developed markets such as North America and Europe is expected to contribute to the growth in the U.S. and EMEA markets. In addition, growing IT infrastructure and increasing demands from countries such India, Japan and China is expected to fuel the growth of enterprise networking market in the Asia Pacific regions.
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Gradual maturity observed in the traditional network hardware market has resulted in major enterprise networking equipment vendors shifting their business models to capture revenue in new segments, including software and services and seek new avenues for growth. Key participants in the global enterprise networking market include Accenture, Avaya, Cisco, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard, IBM Corporation, Juniper, Microsoft Corporation, and Unify.