Category Archives: Communication models

FRING: VoIP and IM

Just installed Fring. Works like a charm. Really nice interface and a great site. I added my GTalk and MSN account. It works with Skype and SIP services aswell. So now able to keep my twitter posts coming via GTalk … Continue reading

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Telco 2.0 Bussiness Model Map

On the Telco2.0 blog there is a very interesting 4 parts(part1, part2, part 3 and part 4)┬ápost to help operator’s answer the following questions: Where am I? Where do I want to go? Which way do I need to go … Continue reading

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What are we doing?

yesterday i posted something on my other blog about The Value Chain. I just realized that it is also a very relevant topic to discuss on this platform. As a start a small quote from the Telco2.0 blog: Are telcos … Continue reading

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Open playground: X-series

Well here after couple of days that the news broke my ideas about X-series.. Finally someone who dares to make the jump. The jump of the ‘steady’ docks of voice on to the rocking(no IMS) boat of data.. Brave people! … Continue reading

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Who pays for Mobile Broadband?

Hi, here an excerpt from a blog entry over at Telco 2.0. I put the two most relevant lines for me in bold.. Who finances broadband access networks? End-users, municipalities, content providers, merchants, advertisers? Broadband is heralded as the golden … Continue reading

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Nokia vs. Vodafone: and the winner is the USER

Some inspriring stuff on the Telco 2.0 blog. It tells about the shifting of control between handset vendors, operators and users. Conclusion: the user gains control. The question I have is what impact does the increasing power of the user … Continue reading

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Voice 2.0

Just been reading up on “Voice 2.0” on Alec Saunder’s blog. I am very interested to understand how AOL is changing their business model. I fully agree that traditional incumbent operators don’t have the speed and skills to develop 2.0 … Continue reading

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