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Research and Markets: Global Computer-Based Fax Markets, 2012-2017: Analysis of the $385 Million Market

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Computer-Based Fax Markets, 2012-2017" report to their offering.

This report predicts that the market will grow from $385 million in 2012 to $455 million in 2017, a 3.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR)

This relatively growth will be caused by slower growth in fax over Internet protocol (FoIP) servers and the continued downtrend in TDM (time-division multiplexed) fax servers.

The 104-page report analyzes key characteristics of the computer-fax market production fax versus desktop fax usage, inbound routing methods used, and environments to which fax servers interface. The report also forecasts the use of portable fax capabilities and hybrid fax services, the two hottest areas of the market.

The report also analyzes fax board use by FoIP versus TDM and by how many boards were sold with fax servers and how many with Internet fax services. Open Text was the overall leader. The report also profiles 41 fax server vendors and 8 fax board vendors and provides market shares for fax servers, IP fax servers, production fax, regional fax servers, fax boards, fax boards in the US and Europe, and regional fax servers. The report also provides forecasts for 10 different aspects of the computer-based fax industry.

Key Topics Covered:

Section 1 Executive Summary

Section 2 FoIP and production Fax

Section 3 Fax Server Market Characteristics

Section 4 Fax Board Market Characteristics

Section 5 Fax Server Suppliers

Section 6 Fax Board Suppliers

Section 7 Five-Year Market Forecasts

Section 8 Conclusions

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