In the second quarter of 2012, demand for carrier grade Email Infrastructure continues to be robust both inside and outside of the United States. ESPs and enterprise level agencies can capitalize on this data and may consider it as a leading indicator by targeting these regions and offering complimentary or ancillary services and gain further traction related to digital messaging. Below is a chart that shows quarter over quarter growth in the first half of 2012. In our ecosystem at Port25, we’re seeing demand in increasingly more remote countries such as Morocco, The United Arab Emirates and Chile.
Honorable mentions by region not indicated on the chart include: Brazil, Turkey, India, and Russia. The United States which is excluded from this chart continues to show robust growth as well. Email Infrastructure demand is defined by those regions who have evaluated and/or have purchased a cluster of commercial grade MTAs within the last quarter. The chart below demonstrates quarter over quarter growth for Email Infrastructure in the first half of 2012: