Despite 1Q05 Decline, Growth Forecasted

July 2005
Business Communications Review;Jul2005, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that in 1Q05, total revenues for the select communications markets declined 6 percent Q/Q. Despite this decline, it is forecasted that these combined markets will experience sequential growth starting in 2Q05. Furthermore, it is anticipated that 2005 revenues will increase 10 percent over those of 2004.


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