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Broadband 2.0 and Next Generation Networks

BROADBAND 2.0 is the first magazine dedicated to supporting broadband service providers through the successful delivery and management of next-generation services such as IPTV and home networking. BROADBAND 2.0 showcases best practices and insights from industry leaders�global service providers and their ecosystem partners�who are defining the Broadband 2.0 landscape.

BROADBAND 2.0 is a quarterly magazine targeted to industry influencers including key executives and decision-makers responsible for developing, marketing and implementing innovative services that deliver value and convenience to customers.

�As broadband access reaches market maturity, we are just beginning to see the emergence of new services that take full advantage of the medium,� said Colin Dixon, senior analyst at The Diffusion Group. �Broadband 2.0�s focus on the implementation of these new revenue generating services is an important tool for the operator in their battle for subscribers and revenue.�

The premiere issue, Delivering the Digital Home, features case studies, market trends, updates on industry standards, opinion pieces and expert analysis defining one of the most exciting business opportunities the broadband industry has seen in 20 years.

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