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August 22, 2012

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Jonathan Trent

Quite honestly I expect the industry to continue to grow in India. With all the new sectors mentioned I don't know how it couldn't grow. More and more companies are moving toward video conferencing.

Matthew James

India, China and the rest of Asia represent the biggest market in the world. It's understandable that businesses would target these regions. I am not sure it is healthy to have one business owning over 50% of such a large market, however, it's all about competition, and if no one else wants market share, or is prepared to offer a decent service at a decent price, then Polycom will become the agent of choice. Still - it would be nice to see more competition in these markets.

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