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95%. 9% for Silver. Although no timeline for rolling it out exists,SBC also hopes to offer a Gold tier of service for Opt-E-MAN,says Bob Walter,SBC executive director of metropolitan data services. “Once applications catch up with transport we might offer Gold,”Walters says. ” SBC has also lowered the bandwidth and price entry point to Opt-E-MAN from 10M to 5M bit/sec. The 5M bit/sec rate option targets low-speed frame and ATM customers. SBC also lowered the price of Opt-E-MAN services by as much as 56%.
So what’s the difference, or isn’t there any? The common carriers are talking about making investments now and aren’t willing to wait 10 years to see if a successful model of a future IP service that meets their security, operations/management and economic needs can be developed. It may well be this issue — the sense of urgency at the provider level — that has created a schism between two groups that appear to have common goals. Carriers’ capital expenditure has increased in 2005 and is expected to do the same in 2006.
This individuality spurs a plethora of choice — one need only look at the wide range of mobile phone handsets and service plans to see the influence of individual choice on a competitive market place. Always on meant no separation of personal and professional life; we had established an anytime, anywhere connection to work and family. I didn’t foresee the repercussions for business. Now, though, as individuals assume more control of their information and communications L DEMO INSIGHTS Chris Shipley environments — and as hundreds of companies spring up to give individuals more choice — the always-connected individual is influencing business IT infrastructure and applications.
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