Market Insight Report: Group Video Conferencing Endpoints Q3 2023

Market Insight Report: Group Video Conferencing Endpoints Q3 2023

This study details the worldwide market for group video conferencing endpoints during third quarter (Q3) 2023. The Futurum Group assembled the analysis by collecting data directly from vendors or deriving estimates using relevant information such as previous shipment reports, data from associated products, in-person briefings, and publicly available information.

The Futurum Group bases this report on data collected directly from vendors. The Futurum Group has made estimates utilizing relevant information where the vendors do not directly provide the data. These include previous shipment reports, briefings, publicly available information, and industry growth trends. Because several vendors provide data under NDA, we do not publish specific market shares but rather give a ranking where possible. This report draws upon estimated or reported revenue and unit sales.

Our latest report, Market Insight Report: Group Video Conferencing Endpoints Q3 2023, details the worldwide Group Video Conferencing (GVC) of meeting room endpoint systems.

This paper provides details about:

  • Introduction and Market Description
  • Overview of Revenue and Market Trends in Q3 2023
  • Unit Sales Analysis
  • Regional Revenue Distribution
  • Additional Commentary Behind the Analysis
  • Market Implications

Q3 2023 was a period of recalibration in the room endpoint market, with shifts in revenue and unit sales indicating changing market dynamics. While many may remember that seasonal trends typically result in Q3 being higher than Q2, 2023 saw flat or declining QoQ revenue between Q2 and Q3. While some segments have declined, others remain steady, suggesting a diverse and evolving market landscape. If you are interested in learning more, download Market Insight Report: Group Video Conferencing Endpoints Q3 2023 today.

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Author Information

Craig Durr

As Practice Lead - Workplace Collaboration, Craig focuses on developing research, publications and insights that clarify how the workforce, the workplace, and the workflows enable group collaboration and communication. He provides research and analysis related to market sizing and forecasts, product and service evaluations, market trends, and end-user and buyer expectations. In addition to following the technology, Craig also studies the human elements of work - organizing his findings into the workforce, the workplace, and the workflows – and charting how these variables influence technologies and business strategies.

Prior to joining Wainhouse, now a part of The Futurum Group, Craig brings twenty years of experience in leadership roles related to P&L management, product development, strategic planning, and business development of security, SaaS, and unified communication offerings. Craig's experience includes positions at Poly, Dell, Microsoft, and IBM.

Craig holds a Master of Business Administration from the Texas McCombs School of Business as well as a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Tulane University.