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Lack of broadband hamstrings international videoconferencing

Charles Rathmann is a founding partner in communications firm Rathmann-Fronbery LLC. He wrote this article based on his experiences with two clients.

Wisconsin manufacturers are relying more and more on offshore operations in the Far East, creating a demand for Asian management talent in numerous fields......

Full article >>> national videoconferencing among our members, said Christian Bartley, executive director of World Trade Center Wisconsin. The Milwaukee-based organization is part of an international network of world trade centers headquartered in New York City and helps its members do business abroad. The infrastructure costs are expensive if you want ......

Full article >>> No other infrastructure was provided to the building when Lee took occupancy in 2002. Meanwhile, adjacent developments including Mayfair Mall also lacked broadband connectivity.

We started off with ISDN lines, which were comparatively fast but nothing in comparison with the full T-1 connection, Sherman said.

Finding a workaround


The telecoms didnt want to spend the thousa......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Charles Rathmann 12/01/04


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