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Street Investing

March 22, 2010 09:03 ET

Telecom Poised for Growth as Fierce Competition Benefit End-Users

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - March 22, 2010) -   www.streetinvesting.com - Telecom outsourcing services has become the most promising industry for numerous telecom equipment manufacturing firms. A new market has been developed due to the massive applications of the high-speed wireless networks in all across the globe. The next generation wireless networks like 3G and 4G are already on the go with the massive demand for high-speed wireless data services and mobile video among end-users. Currently the telecom service providers are on the war path to provide converged IP-based network to their customers which will allow them to play voice, video and data at the same time.

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Such complex network design brings their share of challenges which have forced the telecom service providers to develop new services and to implement fresh service-oriented business models and marketing tactics. "Now that these manufactures have huge opportunities ahead with the entry of infrastructure suppliers in to the market of basic network operation, the race is on… and, with the fierce competition, we are bound to see improved technologies at affordable prices and a wider array of choices for end-users," commented James Stall senior analyst at www.streetinvesting.com. According to industry studies, the global size of this market is around $250 billion to $275 billion; Asia taking a sheer 25% of the market. LM Ericsson AB has become the definite leader in the telecom managed services market among various other players like Nokia-Siemens Network, Alcatel-Lucent, Clearwire Corporation (NASDAQ: CLWR) and Vivo Participacoes S.A. (NYSE: VIV). Other big names like Chinese giants Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., ZTE Corp. and Cisco Systems Inc. are also expected to come into this market with some long term provisions.

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Clearwire's fourth quarter and full year results clearly exceeded our expectations. The Company's solid results during the quarter reflect strong direct customer additions and a nice contribution from its wholesale partners.

From the past years, the group made its mark in the 4G mobile broadband services domain by crafting the largest 4G network in North America, by gathering additional financial support to progress in this domain, and by paving way for the 4G wholesale services which launched three of the most admired communications companies in the U.S.

Looking at the consolidated territory the group added 87,000 new retail subscribers during its fourth quarter of 2009, which is considered to be more than its first three quarters. Sign up today at http://www.streetinvesting.com/index.php?id=2 to access the full report on this company.

Vivo Participacoes SA is a Brazil-based company engaged in the telecommunications sector. The group is into mobile telecommunication services, cellular phone data transmission and mobile Internet services which it serves all over Brazil.

We are extremely bullish on VIVo's growth prospects. Vivo made a closing in 2009 by upholding its position by bagging the highest market share, and maintaining the stability in terms of service quality and customer service. The group is considered to have the largest 3G coverage in Brazil. All this kept the company on a stable track to hold on to its leadership position amongst other mobile telecom operators in Brazil, selling differentiated products, services and plans to the customer base.

Now that the penetration rate is over 90%, the focus will start to shift from the quantity of new subscribers to the quality. In that respect, Vivo is still lagging behind and is one of the areas where Vivo need to focus on; average revenue per user, while relatively steady in the fourth quarter, fell more than 9% in 2009. Register now at http://www.streetinvesting.com/index.php?id=2 to view the full report on this company.

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