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The Web: The Best is Yet to Come

If you think the Internet's a crowded place today, guess what? One of the Internets founders (insert Al Gore jokes here) Tim Berners-Lee, keynoting at the 18th Annual World Wide Web conference in Madrid this week, believes that the best...

DIRECTV Tops for Would-Be TV Service Switchers... Really?

Seeking Alpha has an article titled, Who's Winning the Cable Service Provider Wars? that discusses a recent ChangeWave survey. While some of the results make perfect sense, other results may surprise you as they did me. ChangeWave surveyed 2,830 respondents and found...

Infonetics: Carrier VoIP Market Down

Infonetics Research has released the Q4 2008 edition of its Service Provider VoIP Equipment and Subscribers report. And the news is not good. According to Infonetics' Diane Myers, Directing Analyst, Service Provider VoIP and IMS:"The fourth quarter of 2008 confirmed what we...

Infonetics' Enterprise Telephony Report: Winners and Prognostications

I was on the road yesterday, a quick jaunt to Chicago for an interview with Tellabs. Rich blogged about it and posted a bunch of images from the trip, including one picture that so eloquently captured my thoughts on how...

Dittberner Data Shows Increase in Router Revenue

According to DITTBERNER's "Service Provider Switch and Router Market Analysis", overall carrier grade market router revenue posted a 21% annual increase for 2008, surpassing $11 B.The top five router vendors in order were: Cisco, Juniper, Huawei, Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson. Here's what...

In-Stat: VoIP Market Slowing Down?

A somewhat deceiving headline made me sit up and take notice this morning. A news item from In-Stat, titled: Struggling Economy Will Slow the Growth of Voice over IP (VoIP) in US Business Markets drew my attention. A closer look at...

IP Phones Find a Home in Business, Not at Home

In-Stat is reporting that the business IP Phone market is thriving, and that by 2012, 31 million voice centric IP phones will ship into businesses. And while IP phones are making some headway into the consumer space, In-Stat believes business IP...

In-Stat: WiMAX Market Strong, Yet Some Vendors Shrink from Opportunity

According to industry researcher In-Stat, "Broadband communications have become a crucial communications tool, so demand for mobile WiMAX technology remains strong." But some vendors, especially those slow to migrate to the latest standards, might not be willing to wait around for...

Report: Consumers Willing to Pay for Citywide WiFi

An interesting report came across my desk; especially noteworthy in light of the economic conditions plaguing the landscape. According to the "Devicescape Wi-Fi Report" consumers say that they want citywide WiFi and they are willing to pay for it. The official announcement...

Analyst: Netbooks to Surge

I bought a netbook, then I returned it without even opening it. It was a good deal, but even still the price was so close to the cost of a full-fledged laptop (with optical drive, bigger hard drive, bigger screen,...

Point Topic: UK Broadband Subs Down

UK researcher Point Topic sent out a release today stating they estimate that fewer than 200,000 new broadband lines were added in the UK in the Q4 2008, which results in less than half of what was originally predicted for...

Praise for LTE, WiMAX' Bad Week

 Market researcher ABI Research has released a new study that points to continued enthusiasm for LTE deployment. Coming on the heels of a turbulent week for WiMAX (see: Intel's $950 million investment write-down and Nokia ceasing production of its only WiMAX...

Report: US Broadband Operators Spent $4.1 Billion on P2P in 2007

Next time you visit one of those "click here to steal this copyrighted work" download sites you should know that you're not just taking food from the tables of entertainment industry workers, you're also stiffing carriers with quite a tab. Apparently,...

14 Join Open Handset Alliance, Android Gains Momentum

So yesterday, the Open Handset Alliance announced that 14 additional companies were joining the Android alliance, demonstrating "their support for Android as an open mobile platform and their commitment to its commercial success." The newest member companies are:·         AKM Semiconductor Inc.,·        ...

Dell'Oro: Avaya Leads UC Market

A recently released Dell'Oro Group report on enterprise telephony finds that Basking Ridge, NJ-based Avaya led the $3.1 billion UC market in revenues for third quarter of 2008. According to the report, Avaya led in unified communications revenues 2008 with 22...

Continued Growth for Residential VoIP

According to a new report out from Pike and Fischer, residential VoIP is set to enjoy continued growth through the end of the decade. The data suggest that approximately 8.5 million U.S. households will start using VoIP for their home...

DSL, Fiber, IPTV Subs Growing

DSL currently dominates the global broadband access landscape with approximately 65% of the world's 370 million broadband subscribers. Fiber subscriptions are however growing rapidly, rising by 33% year over year to lay claim to approximately 10 million subscribers. The numbers come...

Study: Nations Need to Better Utilize Communications Tech

A new study, commissioned by Nokia Siemens Networks is being billed as the first index to examine quality as well as quantity of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) usage and infrastructure.   The Connectivity Scorecard was created by Professor Leonard Waverman,...

VoIP, Mobile Growth in North America

Paul Budde Communication has released a report entitled, 2007 North America — Telecoms, Broadband and Mobile Statistics providing information on North American telecommunications.   Below are several stats from the report’s executive summary focusing on Canada and the U.S.  ...

Report: 435 Million Mobile SIP Users Projected By 2012

Informa Telecoms & Media has released a new report entitled, Mobile Converged Devices: Enabling IMS, SIP, UMA &VCC Services. This report forecasts 435 million mobile SIP users by 2012.   The research points out that sales of mobile phones with...

Infonetics: 80% of Providers to Offer FMC by April '08

  Infonetics has released a new study titled “Service Provider Plans for Next Gen Voice & IMS,” that shows nearly 80% of responding service providers plan to offer fixed/mobile convergence (FMC) services within 8 months.   According to the study,...
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