Corporate demand may prop gear sales

Duffy, Jim
December 2000
Network World;12/04/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 49, p41
Trade Publication
Indicates that corporate demand for next-generation telecommunication services may keep service providers buying new equipment in 2001, despite expected slow growth in their capital expenditures. Factors slowing growth; Areas of growth for three of the top interexchange carriers; Projected growth in 2001. INSET: Briefs..


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