As 2013 dawns, a strengthening stock market and improvement of other macroeconomic indicators have many people in the telecom industry believing in a brighter near-term outlook for telecom spending. However, new data from Insight Research suggests that lingering economic weakness on a global basis will impact the telecom industry this year.
The mobile industry continues innovating and expanding, but some suggest it may be heading for its own fiscal cliff in coming years. That would be a shame because the importance of mobile communications is evident in the desperation felt by people who cannot get their smartphone fix whenever they want it.
As more large enterprises look for a way to curb IT management costs, they are turning more of their respective telecom service functions over to a service provider. Insight Research confirms in its
Offering greater flexibility in terms of bandwidth and features at lower costs than traditional legacy TDM services, Ethernet access continues be the soup du jour of the network services market. By
The $36 billion private line service segment might not see much growth in 2011, but the continual growth of new 4G wireless, IP-based wireline business and residential services will drive new demands
It's probably preaching to the choir, but a study by Insight Research suggests that cable operators would do well--at the very least financially--to aggressively attack the small, medium and large
Qwest (NYSE: Q ) sees the Hispanic community as a ripe demographic to offer up its broadband wares, so it has put together a Spanish-language advertising campaign in hopes of enticing this community
Chances are if you live or do business in Chireno, Texas, any online activity you conduct is over a slow dialup or slow satellite connection. Case in point is Chireno's city-operated natural gas
Hispanics in the United States are emerging as a powerful telecom services buying force. According to The Insight Research Corp.'s new report "US Hispanic Use of Telecommunications Services
FierceTelecom: So the target customer for this service would be domestic and international service providers that want to use XO as a gateway to carry traffic into Latin America? MacNeil: There's