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DHagar
DHagar
3/17/2015 | 9:10:25 PM
Re: Bandwidth On-Demand
MitchWagner, I fully agree.  Interesting perspective on the new leaders, ie Amazon.  Primarily because they have such a good retailing business model?
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
3/17/2015 | 9:06:56 PM
Re: Bandwidth on Demand
Bandwidth on demand will be essential for business in the future. Companies that provide it will drive competitors out of business. And the winning companies might not be carriers as we think of them in the present day. Amazon might be a big winner, for example. 
DHagar
DHagar
3/17/2015 | 6:40:15 PM
Re: Bandwidth on Demand
Iain, sounds like a great idea.  I believe customers will "adopt" the services model and this would be a natural evoution. 

Regarding the increased revenues, I share your opinion that the new revenues can come from cross-over services and expanded markets.  Clearly, the business model will make it a reality.


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