Bourkoff Sees DSL on the Rise

Stump, Matt
July 2004
Multichannel News;7/26/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 30, p22
Deals with the plan of the cable industry to target non-video homes with high-speed data and phone services and use voice-over-Internet protocol offerings to stem the erosion on the high-speed data side of the business. Information on the projection provided by Aryeh Bourkoff of UBS Securities on digital subscriber line (DSL); Comparison between the DSL subscribers that will be provided by SBC and Comcast; Percentage decrease in high speed Internet access revenues predicted by analysts.


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