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December 10, 2013 by

FttN NBN would limit service provider options: NBN Co

Technical limitations of a fibre-to-the-node (FttN) network would hinder open-access arrangements by limiting NBN customers to just one service provider relationship, a confidential NBN Co assessment of the Coalition's alternative policy has warned.

March 19, 2012 by

Cisco UCS – Undisputed Computing Success

Back in March 2009, when Cisco announced the launch of their UCS platform and subsequent intention to enter the world of server hardware, eyebrows were raised including my own. There was never any disputing that the platform would be adopted by some customers, certainly after seeing how Cisco successfully gatecrashed the SAN market and initially knocked Brocade off their FC perch.

February 12, 2012 by

TD-LTE answer to India's 3G woes?

With telecom regulator proposing pan-India permit, TD-LTE players will have option to offer full-blown telecom services across country, as scams and shrinking operator profitability plague 3G adoption.

June 21, 2011 by

OTT services to make or break operators

Managing relationships with over-the-top service vendors such as Microsoft, which owns Skype, and Google with YouTube, will be vital in determining telcos' success in evolving telecommunications arena, say industry watchers.


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