Google is Not a Service Provider
This report evaluates the prospect of Google potentially becoming a "service provider" or otherwise operating in the physical layer of telecommunications.
This report also analyzes potential smart moves involving Google and/or its partners including IMS, VoIP with Google Voice, Video, and carrier agnostic platforms. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=155415&rt=Google-is-Not-a-Service-Provider.html )
This publication is also part of the subscription service: Google Watch
Google will not build a physical layer service provider business model
Google would be foolish to pursue any physical layer build out
Competitors to Google: Any company that either already has or is contemplating a competing line-of-business, application, product, service, etc.
Investor Community: Investment banks, private equity, venture capital, angel fund investors, and any other entity seeking to invest in any venture that is impacted (positively or negatively) by Google
Small Companies and Start-up's: Any small company or start-up that has a new idea or business that could be impacted (positively or negatively) by Google
Others: Google continues to expand in depth and breadth of product areas and influence throughout many industries including search, media, communications, content, telephony, applications, and more. Google Watch provides a competitive advantage and insights for subscribers.
Comprehensive Analysis: People interested in Google Update will also be interested in Google Watch
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