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28 Feb 2006  |  Asia Pacific
This research service provides insights of the current environment, significant issues and what are the things to anticipate for Asia Pacifics mobile communications industry in 2006. A must read for telecom service providers, equipment providers, regulators, application & content providers/developers and potential investors in the telecoms industr...
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24 Mar 2006  |  Asia Pacific
Asia Pacific Broadband Landscape
04 Apr 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The objective of this Research Study is to uncover the hype and growth opportunities of WiMAX in the Asia Pacific region, spanning across a total of twelve countries. The study is undertaken via extensive primary research carried out with multiple service providers, network vendors and regulators in the region. This Research Study examines the deve...
28 Apr 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The report studies the trends, drivers, restraints and competitive structure in the WAN Optimization Controller market of Asia Pacific (including Japan). Enteprises with multiple branch offices across the region, or even worldwide, need to implement robust and fast network back-ends. Latency and lack of security measures in network communications a...
09 May 2006  |  Asia Pacific
This research study looks at the market dynamics of the International Data Services Market in Asia Pacific (APAC). Wrought with challenges, impending market consolidation & excess capacities in bandwidth on most major international routes, the price war persists. This invariably leads to dwindling bottom lines that could potentially threaten busine...
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06 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The research service studies the trends, drivers, restraints and competitive structure in the Application Front End of Asia Pacific (including Japan). As enterprises expand their business world-wide and data centers consolidate, network infrastructure needs to be upgraded to allow for the more resource-intensive data transfers and applications. App...
13 Jun 2006  |  Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific videoconferencing endpoints market was worth $208.8 million in 2005, declining slightly by 4.2 percent year-on-year. Revenue declines were experienced by major international vendors due mostly to significant falls in average pricing across the region but particularly in the main markets of China, Japan and Australia. Chinas video...