Market Sizing and Forecast of Android-based Room Devices (2022-2026)

Access the Market Study: Market Sizing and Forecast of Android-based Room Devices (2022-2026)


A Reality Check for Android-based Room Devices: The What, When & Where of this Popular Room Conferencing Solution

If you’ve operated within the video conferencing industry, either as a vendor or as a buyer, you are likely aware of a new category of video conferencing hardware capturing most of the attention in the video conferencing world – the Android-based video codec. These room conferencing devices act like hardware appliances and run Android versions of popular cloud-based conferencing services for room-use cases such as Microsoft Teams Room, Zoom Room, etc.

This research note aims to align on a definition of these devices, examine the reasons behind the increase in popularity, and, more importantly, provide context on units sold to date (room solutions) and a forecast of their sales through 2026.

This report draws upon estimated or reported unit sales from Cisco, Poly, Logitech, Neat, Jabra, Yealink, as well as other video conferencing vendors.

Page Count: 10

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • What is an Android-based Video Conferencing Device
    • Android-based Versus PC-based
    • Android-based Versus other Single Codec Systems
  • Pros and Cons of Android-based Video Conferencing Devices
    • Pros
    • Cons
  • Market Sizing and Forecast for Android-based Room Devices
    • Roadmap of Product Releases
    • 2022 Market Sizing
    • 2023-2026 Forecast for Android-based Room Devices
    • Future Events that Could Impact the Growth Trajectory
      • Adoption of Cisco Webex endpoints to Support 2nd party Cloud-based Conferencing Services
      • Further technological advancements in audio and video quality
      • Decrease in SoC cost resulting in lower cost Android-based hardware
      • Security concerns and potential data breaches
  • Closing Thoughts
  • About Us/Document Notices
    • About Us
    • Document Notices
  • Appendix A


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