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Computing pioneer Alan Kay called it the "Next great 500-year idea" after the printing press: the development of a ubiquitous, high-speed broadband network linking people, businesses, educational institutions, services, everyday objects and appliances, and much more. Consumer demand for high-speed networks is strong, driven especially by mobile broadband connectivity. Next-generation networks represent an enormous opportunity for carriers and for all companies and governments, leveraging the high speeds and compelling services that will run on those networks. Nevertheless, the risks are high. Careful planning and management, supported by experienced resources and proven tools and methods, will be essential.
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