2009: All the forecasts

Yankee Group: It's the economy stupid
A watershed year in the communications market

Incode: Telecom-internet convergence
Fewer operators and vendors, bandwidth caps, a new rival to iPhone

The Huawei view
All-IP, a single radio interface and tera-scale networks

Strand Consult: "Moment of truth" for handset players
The big new thing "” premium mobile broadband

Gartner's top 10 strategic technologies
Virtualization and cloud computing

Websense's top six security threats
This year's vulnerabilities: the cloud and rich internet apps

The telecoms world in 2009
Vendors see opportunity for careful transformation in networks and OSS/BSS

Tech trends to expect in 2009
Mark Anderson predicts the year's coming developments, from expanded home entertainment to voice recognition to new, lightweight netbooks

Ovum's top 8 IT challenges for 2009
New BPO models, cloud computing, quality assurance and vendor management

The hottest tech developments of 2009
Watch for Microsoft's Windows 7; Apple's Snow Leopard; and Motorola and other smartphones running Google's Android software


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