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Communications Technology

There are a very wide range of mature communications technologies covering three main areas: two-way 'wire-based' communication, including cable and fixed-wire telecommunications networks; a wide range of two-way 'wireless' communications technologies covering different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, and 'broadcast' technologies covering analogue and digital satellite and terrestrial one-way transmission.

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Outward bound M&A deal activity from India picks up in 2010

Indian companies are becoming more active in international Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A). The out-bound M&A activity has ranged from the occasional multi-billion dollar deal to a number of smaller deals. The activity has been across a number of sectors such as telecommunications, IT services, Oil... More »

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Financial crisis may give LTE the edge over WiMax for very high speed mobile data

WiMax and LTE (Long Term Evolution) are shaping up as competitors to dominate the next generation of high speed data services for mobile customers. Although their origins are both in OFDM, these two emerging technologies are being promoted by rival camps aiming to establish the next industry... More »

Monday, April 13, 2009

Unclouding the Cloud

The Cloud has become the latest marketing bandwagon for the Computing, Media and Telecommunications industries. New initiatives covering a range of technologies, services and business models have been conflated under this heading, with forecasts for dramatic growth in Cloud Computing and... More »

Monday, March 30, 2009

Nokia-Skype deal will impact mobile industry business models

The recent deal between Nokia and Skype to pre-install Skype VOIP software in Nokia Smartphones promises to fundamentally change the traditional mobile industry business model of call-based revenue generation. More »

Monday, March 23, 2009

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