Competition Pays Off

April 2007
Multichannel News;4/16/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 16, p27
The article discusses a report from iSuppli Corp. principal analyst Steve Rago which indicated that digital subscriber line (DSL) offerings are expected to more than double their subscriber base in North America from 23.08 million in 2005 to 51.79 million in 2011. Cable-modem subscribers are projected to grow at a slower pace. The benefits of the growth in cable-modem and DSL subscribers for broadband-equipment providers are discussed.


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