Trends revolutionizing telecom in 2009

Kate Gerwig
Few people regret leaving a problematic 2008 behind and are happy to let the historians sort out what happened. So here's to moving on. The telecom industry needs to focus on what will shape the new year. It's time to zero in on the big

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three technology trends in this week's analysis of the mega trends that are changing the industry.

If you want to check out the latest speculation on what an Obama Administration may mean for the FCC at our Uncommon Wisdom blog where CIMI Corp. President Tom Nolle spills his thoughts.

But for more expert advice on the changing telecom ecosystem, see:

And from BGP and MPLS to flexible service provisioning, optics and wireless broadband, you telecom pros were intensely focused on next-generation networking last year from the network core to service delivery. Check out our 2008's Editor's Picks in your favorite topic areas to prepare for the year ahead.

This was first published in January 2009

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