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Purpose – The credibility of information and communication technology (ICT) regulatory bodies is crucial to governing the sector but developing countries in particular face a difficult task in developing skilled and competent staff. Schware, in an article published in 2003, suggested appropriate...
Purpose – To consider the various challenges raised by Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). These include commercial, technological, marketing and regulatory issues. Design/methodology/approach – First explores the technological issues, such as quality assurance and load control, then marketing...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the widely‐held assumption that broadband infrastructure will bring social and economic benefits. Design/methodology/approach – The paper examines the impacts of broadband in Korea, a country with the highest penetration rate of broadband. The...
Purpose – To assess the extent to which the owners of mobile telecommunication companies could be said to be internationalised at the end of 2003, and to make comparisons among them. Design/methodology/approach – A database is created, based upon the analysis of 39 mobile telcos' international...
Purpose – The primary purpose of this paper is to explore the importation of the convergence idea into the Indian regulatory and institutional context. Design/methodology/approach – The objectives of this paper were largely achieved by utilizing textual or policy document analysis. This...
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