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  • Blog Post: Moving Service Syndication Towards Commercial Reality

    The GSM Association (GSMA) held its Mobile Innovation Marketplace — Americas event in Atlanta, GA this past week. On June 3, 2008, Microsoft announced the Connected Services Accelerator Program , a series of projects designed to incubate, and ultimately commercialize, new types of consumer, business...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft supporting Four Catalyst Projects at TM Forum Managment World, Nice in May

    I have written here before that Microsoft is a service provider as well as a software vendor. Microsoft has an increasingly vested interest in addressing the difficulties of managing a large array of services both across Microsoft and out to the channels as Managed Service Syndications. As part...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft the Service Provider

    Last week, the TeleManagement Forum ( www.tmforum.org ) held its Management World Americas event in Dallas, TX. Walking through the exhibit areas and reviewing the two Catalyst Projects that Microsoft contributed to, I began to think about how Microsoft has evolved into a Service Provider over the past...
  • Blog Post: New era of wireless bypass taking shape?

    In an article by Business Week on MSN, we can see a new era in "Bypass" taking shape. http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/Investing/Extra/WhatAGooglePhoneMightLookLike.aspx The incumbent service providers are busy building out IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) infrastructures and associated...
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