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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Momentum continues to build in the Telco TV space as subscribers grew 9 percent quarter-over-quarter to exceed 65 million in 1Q12. EMEA continues to represent the largest Telco TV region, with 43% of total subscribers, followed by Asia Pacific with … Continue reading
Over the last few weeks there has been a lot of talk in the industry related to building “customer trust”. What exactly does that mean? The foundations of trust are integrity; reliability; confidence; dependability; truth; hope; commitment and responsibility. Building, … Continue reading
Data for 1Q12 is in for just about every operators in North America. So how did the quarter shape up? Here are the highlights: Total Fixed Broadband Subscribers were just under 101 million Cable represents 55 percent of subscribers, while Telco … Continue reading
On Monday May 7, 2012, AT&T announced plans to launch a home security and automation service called Digital Life – a service that was previously demonstrated at the 2012 Mobile World Congress shown in Barcelona. The service would provide professional … Continue reading