Unlicensed spectrum, ad hoc networks, things that link, and asynchronous communications will turn telecommunications
Building owners are not only faced with the challenge of attracting and retaining tenants in the age of broadband, they must accept new legal responsibilities with regard to the telecommunications
infrastructure of their buildings.
When the Telecommunications
Act of 1996 was passed, one of its benefits was to open up opportunities for smaller businesses like Telecon to compete in areas once dominated by large conglomerates.
Other countries are also responsible for the WTO's setbacks - Malaysia and Indonesia did not even make liberalization offers in the telecommunication
talks - but their decisions do not carry the same weight as those of the United States.
Table 1: Netherlands Wireless Telecommunication
Services Market Value: $ billion, 2000-2004
Right now landlords are standing in the way of competition," said John Windhausen, president of the Washington-based Association for Local Telecommunications
The Pacific Telecommunications
Council (PTC) enriches one of the worlds fastest-moving sectors.
Red Hat (NASDAQ: RHAT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions to the enterprise, today announced that, in the past six months alone, 29 strategic telecommunications
independent software vendors (ISV) have partnered with Red Hat as part of the company's Telecommunications
In the light of these issues, it is clear that not only are all leases not created equal, telecommunication
leases demand extra attention before signing on the dotted line.
It will allow services to be accessed in a seamless way by a multitude of devices connected via different networks and makes open source central to building out next-generation telecommunications
At the same time, many property owners, property managers, leasing agents, lenders and tenants did not understand the importance of having state-of-the-art telecommunications
carriers in their properties, an important tool for attracting and retaining tenants.
Trends of the Global Telecommunication
Leading edge technology and liberal telecom solutions have caught the eye of various telecommunication
manufacturers, service providers, and operators.
This report provides a comprehensive overview of the trends and developments in telecommunications
, broadcasting and pay TV markets in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
In June 2001, the MPHPT revised the Telecommunications
Business Law, requiring NTT East and West to set interconnection charges (a per-call fee paid by competitor carriers to route calls over NTT's local telephone network) that were "fair and justifiable in terms of cost," calculated according to a method chosen by the MPHPT, with the long run incremental cost (LRIC) system currently being used to determine these charges.