Enterprise videoconferencing equipment revenue increased to $505 million in Q2 2016 from about $495 million in Q2 2015, while videoconferencing units sold grew 5.2 percent to 104,209, said IDC.
Multi-codec telepresence equipment revenue fell 2.8 percent to $31 million.
Room-based videoconferencing system revenue increased 3.8 percent to $352.5 million.
Personal videoconferencing systems revenue – including executive desktop systems – decreased 35.8 percent to $38.7 million.
Video infrastructure equipment revenue – including MCUs and other video-related infrastructure – increased 9.9 percent to $82.9 million.
North America revenue decreased 3.1 percent.
Latin America revenue decreased 14 percent.
Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) revenue decreased 15.2 percent.
Asia Pacific revenue increased 19.5 percent.
Cisco’s video equipment revenue fell 3.2 percent. Cisco remained the leader in enterprise videoconferencing equipment with a 44.3 percent share.
Polycom’s video equipment revenue dipped 20.8 percent. Polycom ranked second in enterprise videoconferencing equipment with a 19.7 percent share.
Huawei’s video equipment revenue rose 41.6 percent. Huawei ranked third with a 14.2 percent share of the enterprise videoconferencing equipment market.