This IDC study is the synopsis of the 10th edition of IDC Canada's annual competitive guide to the Canadian telecommunications services sector, which covers market share and sector developments for the full 2010 year. This summary document should be accompanied by the full detailed study contained within two separate PDF files that IDC Canada provides to customers. Designed to keep the reader abreast of strategic, structural, and technological changes affecting telecom markets in Canada, the full study offers insight into each market segment by outlining key market trends and profiling major market participants and detailing their market share.
IP technology makes change and structural upheaval a permanent feature of the telecom landscape. "But it is not enough just to invest in next-generation converged IP networks and fibre to the home," said Lawrence Surtees, report author and vice president of Communications Research at IDC Canada Ltd. "Providers must integrate voice, data, and wireless on a single platform, which also means scrapping old pricing models to survive and prosper," says Mr. Surtees.
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