Asia - IP Networks & VoIP Services

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Last updated: 14 Oct 2008 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 25

Analyst: Peter Evans

Synopsis

The development of IP-based services and networks across Asia has built up a strong momentum. The expansion of IP-supporting infrastructure, however, has mostly focused on the developed markets and has been heavily dependent on assistance by governments. At the same time, the development of VoIP services leveraging directly off legacy networks has been much more extensive as it has been pushed by numerous telecom operators, from a multitude of entrepreneurial operators right through to the slow moving incumbents. This report looks at progress in the building of IP-networks and the general development of IP based services across Asia.

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