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No.95 - The future of patents in communication technologies
Communications & Strategies
30/09/2014
more The patent system exists primarily to foster investment in research and development (R&D) and the disclosure of inventions. A patent provides its owner the temporary right to exclude others from using the patented invention, thus creating a competitive advantage in the market and, if the technology is successfully commercialised, an opportunity to earn back R&D investment. As such, patents play a vital role in the field of electronic communications. At the same time, recent events in the smartphone sector have revealed numerous disputes brought before the courts and complaints filed with antitrust agencies, relating to the enforcement of patents on technologies that are incorporated into standards and non-standardized technologies. The aim of this special issue of Communications & Strategies is to recast these events in the broader economic context of the communications industries, and thereby to highlight the pivotal role now played by patents in these industries.
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No.94 - Video game business models and monetization
Communications & Strategies
30/06/2014
more This issue of Communications & Strategies is dedicated to the analysis of changes in the video game industry. In particular, this issue examines the changes in business models, in business revenue and prices, changes in markets and in industrial structures. Hence, this issue sets the current dynamics that alter the ecosystem in this area, but also some of the conditions necessary for the development of the videogame industry at the time of its transformation.
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DigiWorld Yearbook 2014
DigiWorld Yearbook
20/05/2014
more Chaque année, le DigiWorld Yearbook est attendu pour sa synthèse unique des secteurs des télécommunications, de l'internet et des médias numériques.
Ce rapport de référence présente une vue d'ensemble du coeur de l'écosystème numérique, en identifiant les principaux game changers (mobility - cloud - big data), la stratégie des grands acteurs et les transformations de la chaîne de valeur.
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COMMUNICATIONS & STRATEGIES - 2014 Subscription
Communications & Strategies
30/03/2014
more No. 93, No. 94, No. 95, No. 96, and DigiWorld Yearbook 2014.
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No.93 - Re-thinking the EU telecom regulation
Communications & Strategies
17/03/2014
more It is in a complex environment combining economic crisis, a growing gap between the performances of European operators and those of the US leaders, questions about Europe's ability to meet its objectives in NGA terms ("2020 Digital Agenda targets") and preliminary signs of the appetite of non-European operators to gain a foothold in the markets of the EU, that the Commission announced the publication of its proposal for a "Connected Continent" Regulation to the Parliament and the Council. This was accompanied by a few key reports, which are well represented in this issue of Communications & Strategies. The papers which have been selected provide a deep insight into the issues of European telecom policy addressed in the current "Connected Continent" proposal of the European Commission and that will be at the core of the forthcoming review of the regulatory framework. They are supplemented by two exciting interviews with key personnalities from Deutsche Telekon and the European Commission-DG Connect.
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No.92 - Video cord-cutting
Communications & Strategies
01/12/2013
more "Video cord-cutting" refers to the process of switching from traditional cable, IPTV, or a satellite video subscription to video services accessed through a broadband connection, so called over-the-top (OTT) video. The impact of cord cutting will probably differ among countries, depending on the level of roll-out of digital cable, fibre optic networks, and/or IPTV, on the tariffs of legacy video services, on the quality of broadband access and on national players’ stratégies. Regulation will play a key role in this new environment, as a strict enforcement of net neutrality could prevent network operators from leveraging their access to customer base to market their own video services.
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No.91 - Public-private interplay in the telecom industry
Communications & Strategies
03/10/2013
more Telecom liberalization progressively limited public intervention to the definition of a regulatory framework setting unbalanced market conditions to stimulate investments of new market players. However, a new impulse to public initiative has come from the availability and use of broadband networks with a growing set of services at disposal of public and private users. This new form of public intervention has gained ground because of strict financial constraints faced by some telecom operators and local authorities’ awareness of positive externalities due to the reduction of digital divide (e.g. economic development and social inclusiveness). This special issue aims to set the stage for a broad discussion on public-private interplay.
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No.90 - The radio spectrum: A shift in paradigms?
Communications & Strategies
24/06/2013
more Demand for the use of the radio spectrum is constantly and rapidly growing, not only as a means of carrying Internet traffic, but also for new or expanding use by the military, public protection and disaster relief, at the same time that more traditional applications such as aeronautical, maritime, and radio astronomy remain. Is spectrum policy entering a trackless wilderness, or can a new direction and a new set of paradigms be expected to emerge? The contributions to this special issue of Communications & Strategies cover a great deal of ground. They serve to provide valuable signposts for spectrum policy going forward.
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DigiWorld Yearbook 2013
DigiWorld Yearbook
15/05/2013
more Le DigiWorld Yearbook est un outil indispensable pour qui veut trouver sous une forme synthétique et accessible un rappel des principaux évènements de l'année précédente, les derniers chiffres sur les marchés et leurs acteurs, et les grandes tendances au niveau international vues par les experts de l'IDATE.
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COMMUNICATIONS & STRATEGIES - 2013 Subscription
Communications & Strategies
30/03/2013
more No. 89, No. 90, No. 91, No. 92, and DigiWorld Yearbook 2013.
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No.89 - Open Innovation 2.0 - Co-creating with users
Communications & Strategies
25/03/2013
more Innovation has always been a central element of competition dynamics. During the last decades, globalization, deregulation, internet, new technologies, the digital revolution, and consumers' behavior have radically modified the innovation process and the competition structure. In many areas, the offer is rich and diversified: innovation is a unique opportunity to create competitive advantages necessary for growth. Among the general topic of open innovation, this special issue focuses on users' involvement in the innovation process. It offers a collection of papers providing interesting opinions, experiences, advances and evidence.
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No. 88 - Privacy, Openness and Trust
Communications & Strategies
01/12/2012
more Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), and the Internet in particular, offer companies the ability to collect large amounts of data about their users, and to use this information as a key input for value creation. New business models based on gathering and aggregating personal data and leveraging big data technologies, lead to innovative market offerings. To become successful, they depend on disclosure (openness) and trust on the users' side. Though the disclosure of personal information might benefit consumers via, for example, better tailored services, openness also creates risks of abuse of personal data, ranging from increasing market power (e.g., due to price discrimination) to privacy breaches by the data holder, or even cybercrime from initiatives of rogue third parties.
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No. 87 - Internet of Things: A new avenue of research
Communications & Strategies
30/09/2012
more The Internet of Things (IoT) endows objects with intelligence and ability to communicate, connecting people and machines anywhere, anytime. IoT applications exist in various domains: health, domotics, security and control, the supply chain. IoT exemplifies - and is driven by - major changes in technological convergence, pervasiveness and ubiquity, increases in mobility, traceability, and so on. This special issue aims to develop a better understanding of what the Internet of Things is and what its potential impacts may be. This Dossier includes contributions from different fields of research in order to grasp the various dimensions of IoT in a multidisciplinary perspective (law, economics and management, political science, etc.). With also two interviews with Rudolf van der BERG, Economist & Policy Analyst at OECD, and Nicolas PAUVRE, Innovation Project Manager at GS1 France.
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No. 86 - Development of ICT in Africa
Communications & Strategies
30/06/2012
more While the very rapid, although uneven, expansion of mobile telecommunication networks on the African continent is supporting a variety of services including voice, text messaging and Internet access, there is great variety in market structures, regulatory arrangements, and the way applications and services are being rolled out. This special issue is concerned with the way these technologies are contributing to economic and social development and with the barriers that countries in the region face as they seek to reap the benefits of increasing connectivity for their business communities, entrepreneurs and citizens. The papers analyse the challenges and barriers, as well as the opportunities, in the wake of the spread of mobile networks in the region based on experiences at the country level using aggregate data and at the within country level using qualitative data. Several papers show how infrastructure investment and regulation intersect with opportunities provided by voice services and data applications once networks are extended and offer affordable connectivity.
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DigiWorld Yearbook 2012
DigiWorld Yearbook
10/05/2012
more Le DigiWorld Yearbook est un outil indispensable pour qui veut trouver sous une forme synthétique et accessible un rappel des principaux évènements de l'année précédente, les derniers chiffres sur les marchés et leurs acteurs, et les grandes tendances au niveau international vues par les experts de l'IDATE.
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No. 85 - Cloud ecosystem and platforms competition
Communications & Strategies
31/03/2012
more Cloud computing is substantially changing the way computing is performed. Indeed, it allows for on demand self-services, resources pooling to serve multiple users using multi-tenant models, elastic provision of capacity, better control and use of resources through measured services. Content in the cloud is opening the way for a vast array of content and innovative applications. However, the benefits of cloud computing, come along with additional challenges in the area of privacy, security, consumer protection, … The papers selected for this special issue develop various thoughts on these issues. They provide original analysis of the platforms competition, and flexible and adaptable approach on the policy side as well as innovative technical and market solutions. With an exclusive interview with Mrs Anne BOUVEROT, Director General GSMA
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No. 84 - Net Neutrality: Act II
Communications & Strategies
01/12/2011
more What are the minimum regulatory tools needed to ensure an acceptable level of net neutrality while giving network operators flexibility to innovate and manage their networks? Act I of the debate resembled a war of religion, each side rejecting out of hand the other's philosophy. In Act II, market actors have understood that neutrality is not a binary topic and that the subject must be addressed in a collective and collaborative way for the sake of achieving economic and social efficiency. The debate has progressively shifted and focused on several key issues that are essential to the design of a well-functioning neutrality: (i) traffic management, (ii) IP interconnection arrangements, (iii) transparency, (iv) price differentiation and markets for enhanced quality, and (v) the setting up a suitable regulatory framework. Such are the main stakes of "Net Neutrality: Act II" and the focus of this special issue of COMMUNICATIONS & STRATEGIES.
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No. 83 - ICTs and health
Communications & Strategies
29/09/2011
more The papers presented in this issue shadow the diversity of approaches related to ICT implementation within the health system. They point out also the specificity of the sector. The particular position of health within our economies, the weight of public financing, the role of public authorities in the decision process to launch a new product and change health delivery systems, the vital issue of improved outcomes for users of health services, and the specific relationship between them and healthcare professionals: all of these issues help to explain why the health sector is often “late” in terms of ICT penetration. Development of the ICT health market and applications are very much related to the value perceived by each of the numerous stakeholders.
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No. 82 - A Single EU Market for eCommunications?
Communications & Strategies
27/06/2011
more Competition policies which are fostered by Bruxelles and the EU member states regarding the telecom sector have always been associated with the prospect of a single market for telecommunications within the European Union: What is today’s situation? Have we made the right choices? What are the remaining barriers? What is the new perspective of this issue in the Internet era?
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DigiWorld Yearbook 2011
DigiWorld Yearbook
26/04/2011
more Le DigiWorld Yearbook reste un outil irremplaçable pour qui veut trouver sous une forme synthétique et accessible un rappel des principaux évènements de l'année, les derniers chiffres sur les marchés et leurs acteurs, et les grandes tendances au niveau international vues par les experts de l'IDATE.
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No. 81 - The Economics of Cybersecurity
Communications & Strategies
16/03/2011
more Cybercrime, cyberterrorism, and cyberwar are apocalyptic horsemen of the information age. Business leaders regularly name information security as the biggest challenge facing them in the future. Information security breaches entail direct and indirect costs to businesses and individuals that are affected and to society at large. [...] This special issue aims to contribute to a blossoming field that has changed our understanding of security issues. The papers in this special issue reflect state-of-the art thinking on the economics of cybersecurity and responses by public policy and non-governmental action.
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No. 80 - Broadband for All
Communications & Strategies
04/11/2010
more All over the world, internet access is becoming a societal expectation expressed towards the electronic communications industry and the public authorities which regulate this industry. As our personal and professional lives become ever more digitalised, broadband access is becoming the key to full participation in this digital life and future economic growth. Societal e-inclusion implies the widest possible availability of broadband access. The papers presented in this issue illustrate different aspects of this growing demand.
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No. 79 - Mobile payments and mobile money
Communications & Strategies
30/09/2010
more Around the world, the rapid spread of mobile phones is being followed by their use as a tool for financial transactions and the creation of "mobile money" in "electronic wallets". The cell phone serves as a bank account, debit card, and money. This has many implications.
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No. 78 - New business models for Next Generation Access
Communications & Strategies
30/06/2010
more Many carriers around the world are investing in high bit rate broadband infrastructure. It is common sense among experts that an FTTH network infrastructure will be the most capable and reliable network infrastructure for Next Generation Access. This dossier presents the views of experienced authors who develop their thoughts on how Europe can close its current gap in fibre development and investment. We also have included papers on case studies on successful fibre projects in Europe. Furthermore, we present papers which will analyse the national broadband plans which have been developed by some European Governments to foster the deployment of NGA.
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DigiWorld Yearbook 2010
DigiWorld Yearbook
11/05/2010
more The IDATE DigiWorld Yearbook has become an essential tool for digital professionals, providing a compact and accessible review of the main events of the past year, the latest data on the markets and market players, and the major trends on the world stage. This DigiWorld Yearbook 2010 delivers this with, as ever, the renowned insights of our experts at IDATE
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