The Trio is Back - Freesky Research and Telecom Pragmatics Offer Institutional Investors Three Perspectives for the Price of One
ARLINGTON, Va. and NASHVILLE, Tenn., October 2, 2007 – In 2001, Sam Greenholtz, Mark Lutkowitz, and David Gross started providing the network equipment market with the most realistic and candid perspectives on manufacturers, carriers, and enterprises. Now the team is back together – this time providing hedge funds and venture capitalists insights into the entire telecommunications industry including the wireless, MSO, and government sectors.
“With an extensive network of contacts in the industry, Telecom Pragmatics’ approach to company research is well-suited to the needs of institutional investors,” according to John Adler, General Partner at Silver Creek Ventures. For the same price as a call with a single analyst, the financial community has access to all three consultants, who have a combined experience of 70 years in the telecom industry. Our recent joint analyses have led to the following conclusions:
• Even with the advent of IPTV, equipment vendors must do more to accommodate the distribution of social media, particularly with declining ratings for traditional television programming
• Broadband over power lines is finally on its way to securing a permanent niche market
• The credit crunch and the housing market have already created a slow down in Fiber-to-the-Home construction activity
• Cost differences between EV-DO and WiMAX might not turn out to be very significant
• With significant price differences between RG-11 coax and single-mode fiber, MSOs are unlikely to move away from an HFC architecture over the next few years
• As the VoIP market continues to splinter, new opportunities are opening up for Session Border Controller manufacturers, SIP software vendors, and messaging providers
Hedge fund analysts and venture capitalists can schedule consultations through the Gerson Lehrman Group, or can contact Sam Greenholtz at Telecom Pragmatics directly.
About Freesky Research
Based in the Washington, DC area, Freesky Research provides topical reports on data communications in air & space, and addressable market statistics for services across the telecommunications industry.
About Telecom Pragmatics
Based in Nashville, TN and Westminster, MD and established in 2003, Telecom Pragmatics has become a leading provider of telecom research to institutional investors and manufacturers - spanning the full range of telecom issues.
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