Rockville, MD (PRWEB) March 30, 2006
Featured this week on TelecomWeb are updated analyses of news, trends and policy including: home Internet use, prepaid wireless communications, managed business services, hosted applications, secure business wireless, mergers and acquisitions and new business telephony technology.
- On the TelecomWeb home page:
By The Numbers: The U.S. Home Active Internet Universe
The average time spent by American Internet users sitting in front of a PC surfing the Web has risen dramatically as broadband penetration has increased during the past few years, according to a study by market research house Nielsen/NetRatings. http://www.telecomweb.com/VIP3/snapshot/broadband/20060321.htm
Do Extended Wireless Contracts Help Carriers Or Subs?
Prepaid mobile telephony has become particularly popular in Europe during the last few years due to a number of practical incentives. http://www.telecomweb.com/billing/feature.htm
SES Solidifies Position in FSS Industry with New Skies Acquisition
SES Global S.A.'s announced acquisition of New Skies Satellites Holdings Ltd. will keep SES solidly at the top of the Fixed Satellite Services (FSS) industry along with the merged Intelsat-Panamsat, according to industry analysts. http://www.telecomweb.com/satellite/feature.htm
- On the TelecomWeb “Managed Services Report” microsite (http://www.telecomweb.com/reports/lucent):
Actual User Experience Proves the Managed-Services Value Proposition
Managed services have come a long way since their debut as network operations cost-reduction solutions. http://www.telecomweb.com/reports/lucent/
- On the TelecomWeb “Secure Mobility Report” microsite (http://www.telecomweb.com/SMR):
M-Commerce: The Next Big Disruptive Thing for the Secure Mobility Report
Wireless carriers have the potential to become quasi-banks, slowly adding more financial functions as the market demands and slowly loosening the bonds between banks and their customers, says Tom Miezejeski, vice president of research at the Pelorus Group.
Siemens Rolls Out HiPath 2000
Siemens Communications Inc. expanded its HiPath portfolio to include the new HiPath 2000, a new IP PBX that is "tailor-made" for small businesses with fewer than 30 employees. http://www.telecomweb.com/securemobilityreport
Weekly Secure Mobility News Briefs
- McAfee, SmartTrust Unveil Virus Solution
- DoD Hires Wireless Security Evaluator
- EMS Service Buys Cost-Cutting Vehicle Router System
- Consumer Wi-Fi Needs User-Friendly Security
- Columbitech Bolsters Symbian Support
- CBBB Program Helps Secure Small-Biz Info
Please visit http://www.telecomweb.com for comprehensive news and analysis covering the telecom industry.
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