7 edition of The future of telecommunications found in the catalog.
The future of telecommunications
M. E. Beesley
Bibliography: p. 92.
|Statement||Michael E. Beesley and Bruce Laidlaw.|
|Series||Research monographs -- 42, Research monographs (Institute of Economic Affairs (Great Britain)) -- 42|
|LC Classifications||HE7631 B44 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. --|
|Number of Pages||96|
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It analyzes the crossroads they have reached and the choices that now need to be made – to be a bit pipe or a trendsetter of digitalization. Book Title: The Future of Telecommunication is Happening Now. Check How the Experts Do It. Chief Editor: Marcela Mężykowska Content Supervisors: Michał Bartkowiak, Łukasz Grzd.
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Future of telecommunications. London, Fabian Society, (OCoLC) Document Type. The information revolution and the future of telecommunications (English) Abstract.
This booklet contains six short articles on the information revolution and the future of telecommunications. The focus is on the role of government, especially in regulation.
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The structure of the U.S. telecommunications industry has changed dramatically over recent decades, with consequences for research. Major changes over the past several decades have included the breakup of the Bell System, especially the divestiture, the creation of Lucent Technologies, and the advent of long-haul competitors such as MCI and Sprint; the transformation of cable system.
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