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Mobile, Cloud Revenues Surging

More than half of technology executives citing mobile and cloud as their leading revenue drivers say mobile revenues exceeded 2013 forecasts, while nearly half say the same for cloud revenues.

KPMG Study Offers Dim View on Revenue-Generating Potential for Converged Services

New information on consumer willingness to pay a premium for converged services is being unveiled today by KPMG LLP. And the news aint good. As the industry moves toward converging voice and data on cell phones, many consumers say they might be unwilling to pay a premium for them, according to the audit, tax and […]

NOT NECESSARILY NEWS

Posted: 3/2004 Mobile Mini-Movies Attendees at this months CTIA Wireless 2004 conference in Atlanta can view entries into the second annual The Worlds Smallest Film Festival. Sponsored by Los Angeles-based Big- Digit Inc., the festival was introduced last year to showcase very short films (no longer than 2 minutes), animation and music videos on mobile […]

Regulatory News – Progress Measured in Regional Testing of Qwest OSS

Posted: 03/2001 Progress Measured in Regional Testing of Qwest OSS The goal for the Qwest Regional Oversight Committee’s (ROC) OSS Collaborative (www.nrri.ohio-state.edu/oss.htm) third-party test of Qwest’s OSS is to complete a military-style test and issue a final report during the third quarter. The ROC announced Jan. 31 that progress had been made on a range of […]

Regulatory News – Competitors Jam BellSouth’s, Verizon’s Foward Movement

Posted: 02/2001 Competitors Jam BellSouth’s, Verizon’s Foward Movement By Kim Sunderland East Coast Bell operating companies BellSouth Corp. (www.bellsouth.com) and Verizon Communications (www.verizon.com) remain snarled in competitive jams that are holding up their plans to enter the long-distance market in certain parts of their regions. Competitive carriers have launched a frontal attack to gain assurances that […]

Business News – Lucent on Buying Spree; Acquires INS, Excel, Xedia

Posted: 10/1999 Lucent on Buying Spree; Acquires INS, Excel, Xedia By Ken Branson Lucent Technologies Inc., continues to exchange its stock and cash for intellectual property, brains and customers. In August alone, the Murray Hill, N.J.-based big-box maker announced its intention to acquire a professional services firm, International Network Services Inc. (INS), Sunnyvale, Calif., for […]

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