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Source: ExpressComputerOnline India - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security The growth of the Indian security solutions market exceeded the expectations of most analysts last year. This momentum is expected to continue in 2005 as security war chests are expected to be opened wide this year. Analysts from Frost & Sullivan say that the growth of the network security market in India will exceed the projected growth rate of 32.4 percent in 2005. The IT and BPO industry will be the biggest consumers of security solutions.

Frost & Sullivan had pegged the growth of the security market at 38 percent for 2004. Although the final numbers are yet to be released officially, the analyst firm expects the network security market to have grown by 45 percent (valued at $45 million) in 2004 up from $29.9 million in 2003.

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