Friday, September 7, 2007
Muni meltdown: the lessons for Asia
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Asia the term “muni network” is not common, although I’m guessing most people that follow the telecom sector will know that it refers to the municipal networks, usually wireless, that are being championed by local governments. In the U.S., however, muni networks are mainstream news. They’ve either been built or are under consideration in 455 cities, while they’re popularity has created a cottage industry of conferences, consultants, lobbyists and publishing ventures. U.S.