Category Archives: Fixed Markets

UK corporate, public sector and SME segments well served, but SoHo market largely ignored

12 August 2011 A new report landed on my desk this week from benchmark-it. My interest was that it focused on a topic that is becoming of greater relevance to managers in businesses of all sizes, as it dealt with … Continue reading

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Is there an African bandwidth glut on the way?

Africa is the world’s most rapidly growing market for mobile telephony, and it’s also home to some of the fastest growing fixed-line markets in the world. A surge in demand for Internet access and broadband capabilities is accelerating a fixed-line … Continue reading

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Death of Fixed not a forgone conclusion

Collective the human species are a fickle lot: we tend to chase after the latest technology and cheerfully rubbish what has served us day-in, day-out as if has no future merit. Fixed telephony is a case in point. We tend … Continue reading

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