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12/5/2012 | 4:02:11 PM
re: NSN Sees Managed Services as $277B Market


I am convinced than ever before that the landscape for network services is changing forever. Network providers (will) hold the key and mobile operators become “marketing brands” to the consumers.


SN, Ericsson and ALU (and now with support from HP Global Services) will manage majority of network assets which change everything for box and software vendors alike. Who do you sell to when the network is managed by someone else? Is the operator in charge or is it the SI or the company who manage the network? Also, the services organizations from these larger OEMs may indeed send out cost competitive bids to its former competitors to get the best price for the network.


More at http://tinyurl.com/ctw83x


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12/5/2012 | 3:59:11 PM
re: NSN Sees Managed Services as $277B Market


Catherine,


DId NSN publish any kind of article/paper/market study that describe how they size this market to be $277B?


I'd be interested to know the split.


Vincent



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