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2014-02-20 16:30:12

LONGPORT, N.J., Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Facebook's $16 Billion acquisition of startup WhatsApp is the latest example of how the mature voice market is being challenged by alternative communications mediums. While the $500 billion US telecommunications service market will continue to grow over the next few years, Insight Research forecasts that voice revenues -- wireline and wireless -- will decline at a 4.8 percent annual rate as consumers continue to "cut cords" and businesses...

2011-04-06 14:28:00

BOONTON, N.J., April 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Open source software--software that is available in compiled and source code formats and is downloadable free of charge over the Internet--is quietly being adopted by telecommunications carriers for use in their internal operational systems as well as in their customer-facing service delivery platforms, says a new market analysis study from Insight Research Corp. By quickening the time to market for new services, open source software has already...

2011-03-10 13:08:00

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J., March 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- While US business spending on wireline telecommunications services are expected to grow in low single-digit percentages over the next five years, spending on managed services is expected to grow at a compounded rate of 12 percent over the period, says a new market study from Insight Research. The market research report notes that the present recession may actually act to spur spending in the telecommunications and IT market segments,...


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