Written by: Loubna Imenchal, Logitech
In what has undoubtedly been a transformative time for the video collaboration industry – one that has pushed us to innovate and continue to raise the bar – Logitech Video Collaboration has taken the lead.
First, according to Synergy Research, Logitech has ranked #1 worldwide in video conferencing hardware.* Fueled by the acceleration of remote work, Logitech experienced its strongest years to date. According to Synergy’s Research, Logitech accounted for nearly fifty percent of all video conferencing devices sold in the Q1 FY21, and over thirty percent of the industry’s revenue.
In addition to this #1 position, Logitech has been named the Market Leader in Video Conferencing Devices by Frost & Sullivan, recognizing the company that has achieved the greatest market share resulting from outstanding performance, products, and services. To make its assessments, Frost & Sullivan identifies companies at the innovation and growth forefront of their respective industries that most effectively address new challenges and opportunities.
According to Roopam Jain, Frost & Sullivan’s Senior Industry Director, Connected Work, “In Q1 2021, Logitech surpassed its closest competitors to become the number one vendor in revenue market share in the business-use video conferencing devices market. This was the communication giant’s first time reaching that milestone. Logitech has long dominated the video conferencing devices market in unit shipments. Its recently earned revenue leadership position is a further testament to its unique design-led approach that focuses on creating meaningful products with a clarity of purpose and clear benefits to the users in delivering simple, effortless communication experiences.”
As technology continues to reshape work, Logitech is uniquely positioned to help address emerging and evolving hybrid work trends. Raising the bar on meeting room solutions and optimizing video conferencing for the hybrid worker, our products have become a hallmark for frictionless user experiences and scalable deployments for every meeting space. We owe our success to our customers, who believe in the quality of our VC products, from conference cameras to complete room solutions.
Loubna Imenchal, Head of Video collaboration for AMECA region (Africa, Middle East Turkey, and Central Asia), said: “The results of recent surveys are very encouraging and confirm what we see in the field here in the Middle East. Organizations increasingly recognize the value of high quality, seamless video collaboration, and with the ongoing shift to hybrid working and learning, we look forward to helping teams collaborate with our best-in-class video collaboration tools.”
Logitech Video Collaboration is on a mission to elevate video conferencing for all – and we aim to keep leading the way.