3G users: strong growth at last

Published: 2009-11-20

Note 1: 3G users refer to the number of mobile subscribers with 3G-enabled devices or 3G data cards and USB modems. The 3G standards counted here are CDMA2000, UMTS and TD-SCDMA (in China).

Note 2: In this discussion, the top-5 Western European countries refer to France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom (UK).

The article provides an overview of the 3G market in...

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Carrier Ethernet: a bright future with some initial hurdles

Published: 2009-11-20

Introduction

Ethernet is a family of computer networking technologies for local area networks (LANs). The name comes from the physical concept of the ether and defines a number of wiring and signalling standards for the physical (layer 1) and data link (layer 2) layers of the OSI (Open System Interconnection) networking model, through means of network access at the Media Access Control (MAC) /d...

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Mobile highlights: growth at last in India

Published: 2009-11-19

Mobile communications in India traces its origins back in 1985 when the first mobile telephone service started on a non-commercial basis in Delhi using analogue technology. In 1992, the telecommunications sector in India began the process of liberalisation to provide additional resources, ending the state-owned Department of Telecommunications (operating under BSNL/MTNL and VSNL) monopoly in the m...

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Telecom Innovations: mobile experience to become richer

Published: 2009-11-09

This article is based on InfoCom's Telecom Innovations - Services & Products, a service which monitors innovative ideas launched worldwide and provides monthly highlights "Innovations Spotlights" on the most interesting products and services recently launched in the telecom, IT and media industries. This article provides an overview of innovations introduced in the period from January 2008 to Sept...

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Satellite pay-TV players in Europe: the sky is the limit

Published: 2009-11-06

In the past years, the pay-TV environment has been increasingly becoming more dynamic as players struggle to remain afloat amidst competition against direct rivals and other players offering alternative pay-TV services. The emergence of IPTV, initially about 5 years ago, has definitely created a stir in the pay-TV world that pushed other players to revamp their offers and services. Some CaTV opera...

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