Ofcom | The Communications Market Report: International

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The communications sector’s total global revenues in 2012 were £1,228bn, growing by 2.5% year on year (incorporating the telecoms, television, postal and radio sectors).

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thinkbroadband :: Ofcom publishes international communications roundup

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Ofcom publishes international communications roundup

‘John L Evans’‘s insight:

So we’re not as badly off in the UK as we thought.  However, to provide a competitive market means squeezing margins – DSL Rings enables competition through lower costs, but also higher revenues through enhanced and unique security and quality of services capabilities.

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thinkbroadband :: Connecting Devon and Somerset releases new map and postcodes

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Connecting Devon and Somerset releases new map and postcodes

‘John L Evans’‘s insight:

More information coming out of BDUK. Although the unserved rump of the UK’s population may only represent 5-10% of the population, because those people live in less accessible rural and semi-rural areas, the probability may well be that their need for online services is greater than the general average, their socio-economic demographic higher and therefore the likely take up of higher speed services, when available, will be higher than the usual 20-40%.  Therefore, the worst served sector, between 3-7M people may well be the most demanding, and needing, of good services.  The market for DSL Rings in Rural areas could be much higher than the national average, on top of the market for DSL Rings in distributing services to homes at 400Mb/s from FTTC installations.

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BT infringed on ASSIA DSL patent rules UK High Court

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DSL technology provider ASSIA Inc. says it has convinced the High Court of Justice in London that British Telecom (BT) has infringed on one of its DSL management patents.br br The court first ruled today that two ASSIA patents for DSL management…

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