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Communication is a vital foundation for the improvement of every individual’s social identification in addition to for highbrow and advertisement trade and financial improvement. as a result, the query isn't no matter if telecommunications industries have a destiny yet what sort of destiny outdated and new gamers can have, given the dynamic adjustments in applied sciences and markets with a variety of possibilities, demanding situations, and discontinuities. This booklet includes the result of a Transatlantic Symposium geared up by means of the MÜNCHNER KREIS and supported through Georgetown collage and its BMW middle for German and eu reviews. The symposium mixed views from business perform and educational examine originating from North the US and Europe. Key concerns have been the technological drivers of switch, altering industry buildings and company versions, and the character of destiny law on telecom markets.

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And the Industrial Ethernet variant – which has been modified to meet the needs of industrial companies – is being increasingly used in production instead of proprietary solutions. Among other things, this makes it easier to transmit data between production sites and administrative offices. Along with the advances in broadband technology, software is the decisive factor for converging networks, devices and applications. 2 Telecommunication Industries in Transition 29 Figure 23: Software drives convergence (I) Software is the key to the future of telecommunications (Fig.

Probably the most fundamental factor is the nose-diving cost of computing power (Fig. 24). In 1976, a Cray computer capable of 100 million 2 Telecommunication Industries in Transition 31 floating point operations per second cost the equivalent of about 13 million euros. Today, you can find the same computing power under the hood of an average car, and the price tag will be a modest 13 euros. In 1994, 1 Mbit (one million bits) of memory cost the equivalent of about 3 dollars and 26 cents. By 2003 it had dropped to approximately two cents.

And there is almost no work going on to make that happen. There is lots of work going on by standard bodies like the W3C which Gary showed, Libery Alliance, a bunch of other organizations to standardize at the application’s level. And there are so many standard’s bodies working on IP that there are too many IP standards to choose from. But there is almost nobody working on how you make the two languages work well together, so that the network understands what the application needs and the applications understand that there is a network underneath and it can call up and request certain levels of service, quality, security or availability.

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