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Emerging digital technologies and wireless devices will enable greater interactive communication. At the heart of this growth is cheap and abundant bandwidth-a broadband explosion that will lead to the next level of economic value creation.
This timely collection of essays provides useful insights. Leading thinkers from Clayton Christensen to Takeshi Natsuno discuss topics including the potential of emerging technologies and new business models that will result from broadband deployment.
Author Bio: Robert D. Austin is an associate professor at Harvard Business School. Stephen P. Bradley is the William Ziegler Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He is the coauthor of Sense and Respond: Capturing Value in the Network Era (HBS Press, 1998).
|1||The broadband explosion||3|
|2||Broadband and collaboration||21|
|3||Broadband deployment : from vision to reality||39|
|4||Valuation bubbles and broadband deployment||65|
|5||Disruption, disintegration, and the impact of new telecommunications technologies||91|
|6||Internet2 : the promise of truly advanced broadband||119|
|7||Broadband and hyperdifferentiation : creating value by being really different||137|
|8||eChoupal : revolutionizing supply chains in rural India||165|
|9||i-mode : value chain strategy in the wireless ecosystem||183|
|10||Wi-Fi : complement or substitute for 3G?||201|
|11||Wireless local area networks : why integration is inevitable||225|
|12||Widespread adoption of wireless enterprise solutions||241|
|13||The inevitability of broadband||265|
|14||Protecting telecommunications infrastructure from malicious threats||287|
|15||Open spectrum : the great wireless hope||313|
|16||The Balkanization of the broadband Internet||337|