Service providers respond to competition, market maturity with new business models

As network convergence eliminates once-safe protected telecom, TV, and wireless franchises, service providers are seeking increasingly sophisticated business models with more complex interactions between their customers, suppliers, partners and even competitors. A secondary driver? The maturation of the voice, video, and data markets. And there is a little headroom for video, however, because we just can't get enough of the stuff. Industry Voices

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