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Converged networks will open up market opportunities
Nearly 3 percent a year increase for the ICT industry
Vodafone new deal
Ektron CMS400.NET Version 6.1
OneNet FON launches
AOL, Google, Yahoo!, MSN, Apple and Others to Move TV to The Internet… and Beyond
Sense of urgency in the air, says analyst
GSMA and Intel to enable laptops to connect automatically to high-speed 3G broadband data and Wi-Fi networks via SIM
Google to launch IM and voice services
IEEE P1901 to Provide Essential Step in Commercializing BPL
Mobility is King
Service Providers' Content Portals Illuminate Strategic Direction say analysts
Interactive Program Guides (IPGs) are becoming the entertainment portal for TV viewers
New solution delivers rapid training without programming, by Macromedia
BT is in advanced discussions with BSkyB, ITV and the BBC for the rights to offer consumers popular TV programmes over high-speed internet connections.
Consumer Video Services via the Internet are More Than Movies and Sports
True understanding needs more vision, writes Paola Di Maio
New Research estimates that the size of the online research market in the UK will more than double in 2004, compared to 2003, with estimated values as high as £160m.
Nearly a third of the US workforce, or 44 million individuals, is expected to regularly work at home on at least a part-time basis in 2004.
Underserved Small and Medium sized Enterprises
New Member States Create space
Representing over one-third of households worldwide, Multi-Dwelling Units (MDU) are an enormous current and future market for broadband services,
Commentary by Charlie Davies, Ovum Senior Analyst
Vodafone Initiates Trial with Flarion technology
Broadband is a mainstream service say analysts
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