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Booming Egypt Telecom Market

Booming Egypt Telecom Market report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=126893&rt=Booming-Egypt-Telecom-Market.html ) provides an in-depth analysis of the telecommunication market in Egypt, and updates clients with the current and past market trends, recent developments and strategies adopted by key players to stay in competition with their rivals. The research report also gives forecast for various telecom segments based on… » read more

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Smart Metering applications are evolving and becoming standardized today. Among the standards being evaluated, ZigBee and IEEE 802.15.4 have made significant progress penetrating the Smart Metering market application http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/WTRS-Wireless-Sensor-Network-Technology-Trends-Report.html Many of the technologies competing for market share in the Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) are all still in an emergent state. WSNs will particularly invade home… » read more

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It is imperative that WiMAX service providers build and maintain their own “middle mile” infrastructure backhaul networks. This is especially true of rural areas where the incumbent telephone company has the only “middle mile” connection to the outside world. Any service provider that might pose a competitive threat to the incumbent would be wise to… » read more

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Wireless Sensor Network Technology Trends Report will particularly invade home and building applications. This new report demonstrates that while the usual listing of home security, entertainment and lighting control, automated fire containment and alarm, burglar deterrence, etc. are all important, the application in energy use monitoring and utility management will be immense. http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/WTRS-Wireless-Sensor-Network-Technology-Trends-Report.html The report… » read more

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The Obama administration will spend billions of dollars installing new or upgrading existing wireless broadband services for public schools. These provisions are in stark contrast to Federal Communications Commission regulations, which will seize school WiMAX (2.5 GHz Educational Broadband Services) licenses where school districts do not comply with build out requirements for their licenses. This… » read more

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