"I don't see the FCC decision as a big blow to Qwest," said Brian Adamik, senior vice president for research at The Yankee Group. "I think they're best positioned among the emerging carriers from a talent and strategic standpoint. The key for them is no longer building the network but lighting it up," Adamik said. "They're building a network from scratch so they can do it right. That allows them to have a more efficient network.". Dealing With Data Analysts point to the data services market as the real key industry for Qwest. They said the company's ability to sell voice services will soon be only a small part of its business.
"The deals today are for voice, but tomorrow is about data and Qwest is exceptionally well positioned because of the massive amounts of bandwidth available to them," Langner said, "Qwest's focus will be on selling data services deep teal stone iphone case to large businesses and that's very much different from selling domestic long distance voice services.", And Qwest is clear where its profits are coming from, "Our data business is growing tremendously faster than our voice business," said Qwest spokesman Tyler Gronbach, "We certainly expect our data revenue to outweigh our other revenue in a few years."..
Long DistanceDetailsQwest would like a piece of the estimated $40 billion consumer long distance market. The company is already the sixth-largest U.S.-based long distance provider. "Their network is going to be pretty quiet at night and on weekends when most residential calls are made so they want to capitalize on the consumer market," Adamik said. Until the need for data services blossoms Qwest will continue to look for opportunities to make money on its network, and that means finding long distance voice customers.
The telecommunications firm's European expansion, a $700 million joint venture announced today with Dutch communications company KPN, calls for a new IP-based fiber optic network in Europe with a transatlantic connection to Qwest's growing domestic footprint, The joint venture marks another in a string of bold moves for the youthful long distance carrier, underscoring its desire to build the biggest packet-switched network the industry has ever seen, The company's European strategy mirrors its deep teal stone iphone case U.S, plan: overbuild a state-of-the-art network, then sell off capacity to other to carriers and corporations to fund the continued network rollout..
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