Gold rush where the edges blur

Specialists who once supplied diverse services are now competing in the IP zone, writes Ian Campbell.

7th April, 2007

Specialists who once supplied diverse services are now competing in the IP zone, writes Ian Campbell.

The coming together of IT and communication technologies has not only created another new acronym (ICT), it has also changed the way vendors position themselves and face their customers.

Convergence has created a gold rush where they see new opportunities and fresh sources of revenue. It’s just not clear who is going to hit the richest vein.

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