Category: North America 2008


Theme: 3G, 4G or both? The race is on.

In a normal world 2.5G follows 2G and is followed by 3 or 3.x G and then 4G, Operators normally would follow a pre-defined evolutionary sequence, but the competition is so rough - and the economics so compelling - that many companies are considering jumping the track and switching technologies and generations. What might the consequences of this be in terms of the networks, equipment, applications, security and especially the market and the consumer?

Lessons Learned: Keys to The Broadband Recovery

Issue: Global-ICT 2002 Article no.: 12 Topic: Lessons Learned: Keys to The Broadband Recovery Author: Stephen G. Tom Title: Chairman Organisation: World Teleport Association PDF size: 56KB About author Not available   Article...

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Building the Infoway

Issue: Global-ICT 2002 Article no.: 1 Topic: Building the Infoway Author: Alexandre Annenberg Title: Executive Director Organisation: ABTA PDF size: 36KB About author Not available   Article abstract Pay-TV in Brazil is facing...

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IP Telephony: The Last Frontier

Issue: Global-ICT 2002 Article no.: 5 Topic: IP Telephony: The Last Frontier Author: Danilo Dias Title: Sales Director Organisation: Equant, Brazil PDF size: 52KB About author Not available   Article abstract The communications...

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E-business E-xpectations for Brazil

Issue: Global-ICT 2002 Article no.: 9 Topic: E-business E-xpectations for Brazil Author: Jose Ruy Antunes Title: Managing Director Organisation: SAP Brazil PDF size: 48KB About author Not available   Article abstract In Brazil,...

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