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ARPU IN FIXED & WIRELESS NETWORKS

As voice revenues continue to decline in fixed and wireless networks what is the outlook for service providers? What do they need to do next to protect and grow the business? A new TelecomView Topic illustrates the challenges and potential solutions as VoIP eats into traditional telecom revenues.
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BROADBAND TELEPHONY

Internet Telephony providers such as Skype and Vonage offer new voice services at breakthrough price points. They are leading the way for a new set of broadband voice services that will relegate voice services to a low cost add-on feature for a broadband data service. This new TelecomView Topic will describe how business and regulatory factors will push the phone companies out of the voice business.
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FIXED MOBILE CONVERGENCE-UMA

In the next few years, before wireless and fixed networks make the inevitable transition from circuit to packet switching to provide voice and other multi media services, there is an opportunity to use unlicensed spectrum indoors and licensed spectrum outside to allow the user to access fixed and mobile networks from a single "converged" handset. Is this a good approach to convergence? What are the alternatives? How does this compete with VoIP?
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HOME NETWORKING

Home electronics interconnected using Wi-Fi promises to integrate the home - office and leisure areas. Where is the market now and where is it heading? Is Wi-Fi the best approach?
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