Trends in Global Telecommunications
Technologies exist today that were not even conceivable ten years ago. Back then, Nicholas Negropointe of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology pointed out that the transmissions of telephone calls and television broadcasts seemed backwards, and he predicted that the technology would be switched in the future. He was right - the proof is in the wireless/mobile/cellular telephone and the cable television. However, developments and technological advancements for the Internet have "thrown all rules out the window" (Reinhardt et al. "The Wireless Challenge"). Broadband is emerging in the telecommunications industry's local exchange network as the upgrade from narrowband cables and circuit switches commences (Robison). Globally, companies are encouraging consumers to subscribe to DSL services and to take advantage of the emerging technology that goes along with it - voice calls over the Internet. Industry researcher Gartner Incorporated predicts that DSL will be a global industry worth $46.6 billion by 2007 (Reinhardt et al. "The Wireless Challenge").…
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