20 October 2006

James Enck's "Ten Points"

This post over at James Enck's Eurotelcoblog is worth reading. In the article, Enck reflects on some possible transformations that are underway in the industry.

What do you think of his ten points? Do you agree or disagree?

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1 comment:

Pat said...

This article is fun reading. I mostly agree on this article. Nevertheless, I am caught with the message saying that “…for telcos is that if people want dumb pipes you should sell them dumb pipes as efficiently as possible and construct a strategy for capturing value at the edge.” and “telcos should concentrate on things they know how to do relatively well…”

what would I do if I were a telco? Is this near the end of Bellhead or the infancy of Nethead? What will the future telecommunication infrastructure be? Should it be taken as one of the basic utilities like electricity and water pipes? Does this mean that it is getting difficult for BB operators to make money openly? What do they foresee opportunity in this business?