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BOONTON, N.J. -- According to a new market research study from The Insight Research Corporation, the worldwide market for peer-to-peer and file sharing services is expected to generate $28 billion in revenue for carriers and ISPs over the next four years. An ever increasing number of cellular and wireline service providers are offering legitimate file-sharing and downloading services geared to the requirements of their end-users.
BOONTON, N.J. -- The $40 billion private line services market is posting solid growth for the second year in a row, says a market analysis study from Insight Research. Private lines are point-to-point circuits leased by enterprises from telecommunications carriers in order to link enterprise sites to each other and to the Internet. Private lines are also used by cellular carriers to link their towers to land line networks.
Market Research: Presence-Based Services Will Reach Nearly $23 Billion in 2007, Says Insight Research...
BOONTON, N.J. -- The worldwide market for presence-based telecommunication services, including Instant Messaging (IM) and Push-to-Talk (PTT), is expected to reach nearly $23 billion in 2007 as an ever increasing number of cellular and wireline carriers provide customized services predicated upon the availability of their end-users.
BOONTON, N.J. -- According to a new market research study from The Insight Research Corporation, the worldwide market for location-based telecommunication services is expected to reach nearly $1.5 billion in 2007 as an ever increasing number of cellular and other wireless carriers provide customized services based upon a location-awareness of their end-users.
BOONTON, N.J. (Advertising Industry Newswire) -- The Carrier Ethernet market is expected to grow from $1.4 billion in 2007 to nearly $6 billion in 2012, according to a new market research study from The Insight Research Corporation. With metro-area Ethernet services now available from virtually all major data service providers and wide-area Ethernet about to get a shot in the arm from the dominant carriers, the market is poised to take off.
BOONTON, N.J. -- The market for residential video telephony services is expected to break the billion dollar barrier for the first time this year, as an increasing number of households as well as individual cell phone users around the world start making video phone calls. According to the study, nearly $1.1 billion will be spent on residential video telephony services worldwide in 2007, according to a new market research study from The Insight Research Corporation.
BOONTON, N.J. -- With increased competition and lower-margin products cutting into their profitability, wireline and wireless carriers will be spending nearly $1.4 trillion over the next five years on outsourced services in order to reduce costs, says a new market research report from Insight Research Corp. By the close of 2007 alone, wireline and wireless carriers will be spending more than $198 billion on outsourced services worldwide.
BOONTON, N.J. -- The transformation of various enterprise applications from fixed to mobile access technology will generate more than $66 billion in carrier service revenue over the next five years, says a new market research report from Insight Research Corp.
Market Research: Cable TV Operators Targeting Small Business Phone Customers Means Phone Companies Lose...
BOONTON, N.J. -- The top 20 cable operators are ramping up to grab a slice of the lucrative small business phone market, a move that could cost incumbent phone companies more than four billion dollars over the next five years, says a new market research report from Insight Research Corp. Incumbent phone companies are expected to loose more than 1.5 million small business phone lines to cable competitors by the close of 2007.
LOVELAND, Colo. -- According to the 2007 Call Center Best Practices Benchmarking Reports from leading contact center research firm Centerserve(R), key findings show that customers are the number-one driver of contact center changes. Featuring 250 companies from 51 countries, the reports show that "improving the customer experience" was listed by call center managers as the top priority for their organizations in the coming 12 to 24 months.