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No time for evolution in telecommunications

Madison, Wis. - There is a revolution taking place in the telecom industry. Not an evolution - we don't have that much time. Today, a dynamic shift is being driven by technological advances that, in turn, drive a convergence of many formerly discreet industries into one; that, in turn, create hyper-competition among long established and brand new companies; t......

Full article >>> levision content producers went from denying any access to their products over the Internet to embracing IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) as a major distribution channel. This change alone will have significant impact on the industry. Broadband demand is growing along with the demand for new broadband content; technology adaptations are allowing for these ......

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There will be many more dry product holes and wasted investment than before as we try to anticipate what will sell.

Scale, at least within a geographical region, is important to the transport services and therefore I expect we will see a good deal more M&A activity - buying, selling, and trading.

The most successful industry participants wi......

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Source:wistechnology.com By James Barr III 11/05/06


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