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Alphabet's Strategy: Implications for Telecoms Operators
|Published by||Analysys Mason||Product code||625784|
|Published||Content info||20 Slides
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|Alphabet's Strategy: Implications for Telecoms Operators|
|Published: April 11, 2018||Content info: 20 Slides||
"Operators' interests align with those of Alphabet in terms of connecting the underserved and bringing RCS to fruition; outside of these areas, operators must choose to either compete against Alphabet or remain neutral towards it."
Some of Alphabet's activities - including connectivity initiatives such as Google Fiber and Project Fi - bring it into direct competition with operators. Many of the operators' key interests are shared by Alphabet, namely to connect the underserved and to bring Rich Communications Services (RCS) to fruition. However, as Alphabet expands into new areas, operators must decide whether to compete against Alphabet, collaborate or remain neutral.