Archived report. This report was archived in March 2003 and has not been updated. One of the most frequent complaints within the telecommunications industry in relation to broadband is that there is not enough content to build a viable business model around broadband networks. It is argued that, without this content, the residential market is not interested in buying broadband services. These companies fail to understand the power of broadband, just as they failed to recognise the power of the Internet. This report looked at what we believe the value of broadband is and how to develop marketing plans and business models to exploit that power.
2. Related reports
3. Failing to see the tsunami coming
4. Entry strategy is high-speed Internet
5. Content enterprise networks
6. The broadband Internet grid
7. Most incumbents have already lost the race
8. Intelligent content storage, routing and distribution
9. Business models for those who want to see them
10. Open networks with permission-based models
11. Looking for the wrong content
Table 1 – What does it mean? (DSL, 1Gb/s, DWDM transmission speeds)
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