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February 18, 2011  3:05 PM

VoLTE migration faces regulatory and revenue questions

Posted by: Tom Nolle
AT&T, FMC, Mobile World Congress, Verizon, voice over LTE, VoIP, VoLTE

In the telco space, Mobile World Congress seemed to bring out support for VoLTE; both AT&T and Verizon indicated they’d be making the Big Move, though over a period of...

September 8, 2009  11:40 AM

UK mobile consolidation points to economic trend

Posted by: Tom Nolle
FMC, wireless

All of a sudden, the UK mobile market is getting hot, at the same time it may also be that mobile itself is cooling off. DT and FT have formed a UK joint venture, creating the largest UK operator. But that...

May 4, 2009  1:24 PM

BT sends signal on future voice services

Posted by: Tom Nolle
4G, BT, femtocells, Fixed-mobile convergence, FMC, LTE, P2P, Skype, voice services, VoIP

A securities analyst has reported that BT may be slow-rolling 21CN and may in particular be rethinking its notion of migrating from TDM/PSTN voice to VoIP, at least in the near term. The information came out as it...

January 30, 2009  1:34 PM

Verizon and AT&T planning FMC transitions this year

Posted by: Tom Nolle
AT&T, Cloud computing, content delivery network, Fixed-mobile convergence, FMC, Verizon, VoIP

Verizon has discontinued its Voicewing VoIP service, a move that some find contradictory to the earlier introduction of “the Hub” a VoIP phone, and Verizon's femtocell announcement made this week. It’s actually the first logical step in the Verizon evolution.


January 28, 2009  4:10 PM

On Verizon’s and Tier One revenue…concerns beyond the economy

Posted by: Tom Nolle
Broadband, FiOS, FMC, network monitization, Verizon, VoIP, wireless

Verizon wasn’t able to match analyst estimates for growth in Q1, but the company’s wireless unit increased revenues by 12%, even while subscriber growth slowed and losses increased slightly.

In the wireline area, Verizon continued to lose both business and residential fixed lines to...


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