2010: All the forecasts

2010: All the forecasts

Staff Writer  |   January 04, 2010
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Outlook for Indian telecom in 2010
This year will prove to be a pivotal period for the Indian telecom market, characterized by the introduction of new business models, technologies and services
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IDC: The rise of the cloud
Five-9s reliability will drive take-up
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ACG Research: Startups will drive telecom innovation
Vendors need to work faster to integrate features within silicon
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Deloitte: Mobile search war looms
Mobile VoIP takes off
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Reliance Global forecasts shake-out
Vendors need to work faster to integrate features within silicon
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C&W: The end of the office as we know it
Employees' online IDs will become important
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InCode's top 10: Neutrality anxiety, backhaul issues
The cloud still overcast
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Juniper Research’s top ten wireless predictions
Mobile data boom, and a green ecosystem
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Market transformation ahead
More commoditization, and a focus on the service layer
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Investments in cloud, customer care: IDC
ICT spending in Asia ex-Japan will grow 7.7%
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Forecast for 2010: The coming cloud 'catastrophe'
Mark Anderson predicts a big remote-computing service disaster, lost momentum for Microsoft, and growth in consumer payments for online news content
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Slow revenue growth in 2010: Informa
Broadband operators will test new business models
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ABI Research: What won’t happen in 2010
Dismantling some telecom and tech myths
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Northstream: Mobile broadband for all
And a vendor shakeout
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Strand Consult: A tough year ahead
Trade war looms in the equipment sector
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Rising security threats from mobile, social networks
F-Secure’s crystal ball
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