The IP multimedia subsystem or also referred to IP multimedia core network subsystem (IMS) is a standards-based architectural framework for delivering multimedia communications services including text messages, video, and audio over IP networks. It is used by wired and wireless communication providers to enable real-time based applications. IMS is an IP multimedia and telephony network that functions on standardized 3GPP and 3GPP2. Originally, IMS was designed by the wireless the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) to standardize the implementation of next-generation mobile networks. IMS services include online gaming, video and audio conferencing, instant messaging, VoIP calling, video on demand, push to talk, and HD voice calls.
IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) provides single, session control feature, which is common to all services and applications-based on session initiation protocol (SIP). When the IMS is used, it enables the user to add new services by installing an application server for those services. Many organizations are adopting IMS services since it enables users to gain access to all their services through a single IMS registration. This, in turn, helps in cost and time saving and enhances productivity of the user. Therefore, growing adoption of shared infrastructure is expected to drive the market growth over the forecast period. IMS allows users to access information, applications, and services that are available through the Internet. The connectivity of these services provides a substantial increase in the number of potential sources for multimedia sessions. Moreover, this enhances the capability of IMS users to establish IP multimedia sessions with non-IMS and with existing circuit-switched systems such as public switched telephone network (PSTN) and cellular networks. IMS provides support to QoS for IP multimedia session at the time of establishment and during a session by operator or user. Furthermore, it also helps in end-to-end QoS for voice communication. Thus, these factors are expected to propel the global IP multimedia subsystem market.
This report segments the Global IP Multimedia Subsystem Market on the basis of Mode of Communication, End User, Application and Region. On the basis of Mode of Communication, Global IP Multimedia Subsystem Market is segmented into Mobile/Wireless and Cable/Wireline. On the basis of End User, the Global IP Multimedia Subsystem Market is segmented into Consumer and Enterprise. On the basis of Application, the Global IP Multimedia Subsystem Market is segmented into Internet & Web Services, VoIP, SMS, Video Conferencing, Video on Demand and Others. On the basis of region, Global IP Multimedia Subsystem Market is segmented into North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia pacific, Middle East and Africa.
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