Research and Markets has announced the addition of The Thin Red Line: Access for All or Just for the Rich? to their offering.
This is an iDRD (Insight-based Data-Rich Deliverable) that is part of the Business IP market & Subscription. This insight discusses and analyzes AT&T's announcement to bring satellite broadband to rural areas that are hard to reach and IPTV to the low-income communities and expand the scope of their WiMAX offerings. Business IP includes services used to carry and/or connect to the Internet. This category include Full and Fractional T1 and T3 connections, broadband services, dial-up Internet access, OC-X services and both TDM and VoIP-based Integrated Access. Wireline Data services include expenditures on for-fee data transport services over the public switched telephone network or an in-ground private data network (IP, ATM, frame relay etc.). These services include, but are not limited to, high speed Internet access (DSL, cable, and ISDN), T1+ transport services (local access charges not included), frame relay, ATM, Ethernet MAN services, and hosted services provisioned directly to the customer by a telecom service provider (co-location, Web hosting, applications hosting, infrastructure hosting, managed network services). The Expert Guide for this DRD is Kneko Burney. Forecasts are from 2005 through 2010 and include annual growth rate, as well as percentage of total market.