Next-Generation Business Models

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About Next-Generation Business Models

Next-generation business models for telecom carriers include becoming a more essential part of the value chain that can increase revenues and avoid being sidelined as transport-only players. This topic looks at next-generation partnerships like Web application development programs that use the network as the platform, and working with Web developers on third party applications to enable new ways of doing business that monetize the value of the network.