Shift away from ownership

May 2005
Telecom Asia;May2005, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p17
Trade Publication
Examines differences between telecommunication service providers' approaches to network ownership. Suggestion of Virtela Communications Inc. CEO Vab Goel that it is a liability to have a network; Impetus of the move to emphasize the capability of providers to manage networks rather than to own it; Argument of providers on the importance of ownership.


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