As the average price of a wireless phone call continues to drop, more consumers are subscribing to wireless service than ever before, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2001 U.S. Wireless Industry Services Study.

According to a recently published Report, "Cable Modem Providers Continue to Lead the High-Speed Internet Charge: The Yankee Group's Predictions on Consumer Broadband Services," cable will continue to dominate the U.S. residential broadband market over the next four years.

Nielsen//NetRatings revealed that surfing habits of home Internet users change dramatically after upgrading to high-speed Internet access. Across the board, narrowband surfers increased their Web usage when they upgraded to broadband.

Telephia, Inc. and Harris Interactive announced the launch of a new report providing nationally focused, carrier-based analysis of the U.S. wireless landscape.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC)released summary statistics of its latest data on the deployment of high-speed Internet services in the United States.

After pioneering residential Internet access in the 1990s, ISPs now face increased pressure to offer subscribers broadband access, or they will ultimately lose potential revenues and the market share they have worked so hard to achieve.

The home networking market will grow to cover nearly 150 million installed nodes (connected devices) in U.S. households by the end of 2005, according to a new study by Parks Associates.

In a new Report, "Latin America Wireless Data Series, Part 1: Laying the Groundwork for Mobile Wireless Data," the Yankee Group finds that the increasing competition in Latin America's mobile market and the popularization of mobile services (through a large prepaid client base) are forcing down a

One-third of U.S. households currently subscribing to dial-up Internet service are interested in upgrading to broadband service in the next 12 months, according to Parks Associates' latest consumer study, Bundled Services & Residential Gateways.

By 2006, there will be nearly 250 million cellular subscribers in the United States alone, says the new US market forecast from Strategy Analytics.

Nine years ago, Cox Communications and Cablemas, the second-largest cable company in Mexico, recognized the demand for high-quality video and data reception for every cable customer in San Diego and Tijuana.

Since its launch in the early 1990s, the prepaid calling card market has experienced impressive double-digit annual growth, reflecting the accelerating demand for prepaid telecommunications services.

Growing numbers of remote workers and telecommuters are driving increased demand for broadband services and equipment across businesses of all sizes, according to a set of recent reports from high tech market research firm, In-Stat/MDR.

Paid dial-up Internet subscriber accounts in Latin America continued to grow briskly into mid-2001, according to a new Report by the Yankee Group's Internet Strategies Latin America research and consulting practice.

A new Yankee Group Report, "The Evolving Telecom E-Marketplace: Adapting Its Business Model to Survive," looks at the current business climate challenges facing the independent e-marketplace in all industries--the telecom industry included.

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