- Mass marketing the Internet. Lakelin, Philip // Telecommunications - International Edition;Apr99, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p59
Discusses the future of independent Internet service providers (ISP) as the market is dominated by traditional telecommunications companies and other competitors. Mass marketing of the Internet; Provision of free service; Importance of size.
- Is content king? A value conundrum. Savill, Brett; Studley, John // Telecommunications - International Edition;Jun99, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p26
Focuses on the pressure faced by Internet content providers in the entertainment and media industry worldwide. Commercial impact of Internet access on company publishing scientific journals; Financial performance of largest E&M companies worldwide.
- Hooking up to the hosting game. Berendt, Annelise // Telecommunications - International Edition;Dec99, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p38
Features the Internet application service provider (ASP) sector. Origin of the ASP market; Range of services offered by ASP companies; Telecommunications companies combining to form ASP; Conditions and drivers for the ASP model; Market barriers; Future trends.
- Surfing the Web by voice. Ehrlich, Steve // Telecommunications - International Edition;Dec99, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p51
Examines the concept of voice Web and its impact on Internet service providers. Industry trends supporting the development of voice Web; Key issues that need to be addressed by service providers in a competitive marketplace; Security concerns over the voice Web; Integration of standard network...
- Engineering a better Internet. Semeria, Chuck; Donnell, Annette // Telecommunications - International Edition;Dec99, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p77
Describes the use of traffic engineering by Internet service providers looking for ways to map traffic flows onto their infrastructure. Establishment of a traffic engineering architecture; Traffic-engineering capabilities; Multiprotocol label switching forwarding; Label switched path...
- Contemplating portal strategies. Donegan, Michelle // Telecommunications - International Edition;Feb2000, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p48
Discusses the strategies adopted by Internet access providers to protect their customer base from competitors. Definition of a portal; Personalized service offerings by traditional operators; Impact of the stock market on portal strategies; Motivation for adopting portal strategies.
- Dear Telco/Cable/ISP executive,. McClelland, Stephen // Telecommunications - International Edition;Jan2001, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p8
Discusses opportunities and challenges facing telecommunication, cable and Internet service providers for the year 2001. Troubles experience by CLEC and long-distance operations; Changes effected by the Internet on the way people and organizations act; Relationship between customers and...
- Regulatory scrutiny? What regulatory scrutiny? Monitor, Wan // Network World;08/17/98, Vol. 15 Issue 33, p25
Comments on the regulation of merger activity among Internet service providers (ISP) in the United States. Emergence of a laissez-faire approach to regulation; Details on agreement made between ISP Bell Atlantic and GTE.
- A challenge to the leading ISPs. Gallant, John // Network World;08/17/98, Vol. 15 Issue 33, p30
Editorial. Discusses the proposed participation of top representatives of leading Internet service providers (ISP), in the Internet World Show held in the United States. Format of a debate to be held at the show; Issues which will be addressed at the show.
- Battle Over Banning Internet Access Tax Looms in Senate. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;11/6/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31756, p4
Reports on a proposed legislation on banning Internet access tax in the United States. Provisions of the legislation; Moratorium of the Congressional Budget Office.