The videoconferencing equipment market revenue decreased 7.7 percent on annual basis and increased 9.6 percent on quarterly basis to $529 million in Q3 2014, said IDC.
Multi-codec telepresence equipment revenue dipped 15.8 percent annually and grew 15.1 percent quarterly to $34 million.
Room-based video system revenue increased 0.6 percent annually and 11.3 percent quarterly to $347 million.
Personal videoconferencing systems revenue including executive desktop systems fell 23.1 percent annually and increased 4.2 percent quarterly to $35 million.
Video infrastructure equipment revenue including MCUs and other video-related infrastructure declined 20.4 percent annually and increased 4.7 percent quarterly to $113 million, said IDC.
North America revenue increased 12.7 percent quarterly and decreased 5.7 percent annually. Latin America revenue increased 9.3 percent quarterly and dipped 13.7 percent annually. Europe Middle East & Africa revenue increased 4.3 percent quarterly and fell 17.5 percent annually. Asia/Pacific revenue increased both 11 percent quarterly and 1.9 percent annually.
The videoconferencing equipment revenue of Cisco dipped 14.9 percent annually and increased 18.3 percent quarterly. Cisco remained the leader in enterprise videoconferencing equipment with a 41.4 percent share of the market.
Polycom’s revenue increased 3.3 percent yearly and decreased 2.2 percent quarterly. Polycom has 26.9 percent share of the worldwide videoconferencing market.
Revenue of Huawei from videoconferencing decreased 1.7 percent year over year and increased 29.6 percent quarter-over-quarter. Huawei ranked third with a 10.8 percent share of the worldwide enterprise videoconferencing market, said IDC.