Cable & wireless convergence

July 2006
CED;Jul2006, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the relationship between the cable industry and mobile technology. The integrated cable-mobile services offer a set of voice, Internet and entertainment services along with subscriber control capabilities. The relationship between cable-mobile is only in its initial stages. Allowing cable-mobile integration to reach all areas of operations has become a challenge. The cable-mobile partners should come up with distinct services in the market. Managing services and customers across business domains, networks and technologies will be the focus of this relationship.


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