The projected growth for the global Ethernet market is 13% CAGR to $USD 47 billion by 2016 (Ovum) and confirms a good long-term prognosis for Carrier Ethernet. With the Ethernet market continuing to grow, becoming more ubiquitous and accessible for everyone, Ethernet continues to be a bright spot in the telecoms market.
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France Telecom would consider floating a stake in its market-leading British mobile joint venture Everything Everywhere as the tie-up finally starts to realize its potential, Finance Officer Gervais Pellissier said on Wednesday.
A new report from Juniper Research has found that strong growth amongst games and infotainment applications, in part fostered by a burgeoning consumer tablet market, will push mobile entertainment revenues to more than $65 billion annually by 2016, up from $36 billion last year.
Brazil assigned frequencies on Tuesday for next-generation wireless broadband coverage required for the 2014 World Cup, racing ahead with forth generation (4G) cell service in host cities even as coverage for older technologies lags in the rest of the country.
Ciena Corporation, a supplier of telecommunications network equipment, on Wednesday announced that Sprint is upgrading its optical backbone network with Ciena's 6500 Packet-Optical Platform. The updated network, powered exclusively by Ciena, will enable Sprint to enhance transport network scalability and performance.
On Wednesday, Gemalto, a digital security company, announced it has been selected by U.S. Cellular, a mobile operator serving six million customers in 26 states, for its fourth generation (4G) Long Term Evolution (LTE) service launch.
Verizon Wireless is revamping its prices with new service plans that include unlimited calls and texts and the ability for customers to share their data allowance among multiple devices as it looks to shake up the U.S. wireless industry.
The biggest U.S. mobile operator is hoping to entice customers to connect more gadgets like tablet computers to its network with the new plans as customers will be able avoid paying separate data subscriptions for each device.
Europe's top technology regulator Neelie Kroes supports consolidation as one way to create a handful of strong cross-border telecom leaders, which can invest more in mobile and broadband networks to close the gap with the United States and Asia.
Vodafone and O2 will share a network in Britain to cut the cost of building a new superfast service, leading the way in a likely shake-up of a sector that is battling falling revenues and high investment costs.
Europe's telecom sector is chasing ways to meet the rising cost of keeping pace with technological advances and customer demands, with tie-ups and co-operation deals the order of the day; the arrival of emerging markets billionaire Carlos Slim on the European telecom scene is also ramping up the pressure for consolidation.