Skype’s latest quarterly numbers

July 19th, 2007

Here’s my interpretation of Skype’s latest quarterly numbers by ZDNet’s Russell Shaw — Phil of Skype Journal groks Skype-owner eBay’s latest quarterly investor conference call for clues about how Skype is doing. Om notes the following factoids: New Registered Users, now stands at 220 million, versus 196 million at the end of the first quarter 2007. From Q4 2006 to Q1 2007, the new additions were 25 million. [...]

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  • Continued growth seen for VOIP skills

    July 19th, 2007

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    (Network World) — Industry watchers expect to see network skills in higher demand as IT spending increases and companies look to better support wireless LANs, voice over IP and IP-based networks.Forrester Research Inc. recently released data that showed that the number of network systems and data communications analysts surged by 11% from 2005 to 2006, and the research firm expects that number to grow another 6% in 2007 and 6% by 2008. With some 178,000 IT workers filling those positions in 2006, Forrester says the market will demand close to 198,000 network systems and data communications analysts in 2008.

    “This reflects the greater immediacy of investment in 2005 and 2006 in IP-based networks, wireless LANs and voice over IP,” the report reads.

    The number of network and computer systems administrators also increased by 7% in 2006, up from a 3.9% increase in 2005. The research firm predicts that the position will continue to grow by 6.6% in 2007 and another 6.2% in 2008. That would grow the number of those positions from about 275,500 to more than 311,000 by 2008.

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    July 19th, 2007

    European VoIP providers may think they have a tough time fighting against big telecoms companies to capture consumers, but this pales in comparison to the clampdown on VoIP services outside of the EU.

    The government of Antigua and Barbuda in the Caribbean has ruled that it is losing out on communications revenue from long-distance calls thanks to VoIP systems and so has made the calls illegal with violations carrying a sentence of up to two years in jail.

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    Is AT&T paying Apple $3 a month for every iPhone customer?

    July 19th, 2007

    The details of AT&T’s iPhone revenue sharing pact with Apple are secret, but one thing is certain: It’s bound to be lucrative for Steve Jobs & Co.

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  • Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster issued a research note Thursday that puts some estimates on the AT&T-Apple revenue sharing deal.

    According to Munster AT&T is paying $3 a month per every iPhone customer already with AT&T and $11 per month for every new subscriber. If you add that up over the 24 month contract it adds up for Apple, which is also making money on the actual iPhone sale.

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    How much is AT&T paying Apple per iPhone sub?

    July 19th, 2007

    Analyst: here’s how much AT&T is paying Apple per iPhone sub by ZDNet’s Russell Shaw — No, that’s not the slope of a mountain, but Apple’s stock chart over the last month. Might as well be a mountain, though. My colleague Larry Dignan notices a research note from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster that AT&T is paying $3 a month per every iPhone customer already with AT&T and $11 per month for every [...]

    IPhone May Be Disrupting Duke University Network

    July 19th, 2007

    By MIKE BAKER
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    RALEIGH, N.C.
    Apple Inc.’s flashy new iPhones may be jamming parts of the wireless network at Duke University, where technology officials worked with the company Wednesday to fix problems before classes begin next month.

    Bill Cannon, a Duke technology spokesman, said an analysis of traffic found that iPhones flooded parts of the campus’ wireless network with access requests, freezing parts of the system for 10 minutes at a time.

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    A single iPhone was powerful enough to cause the problem, and there are 100 to 150 of them registered on the network, Cannon said. Network administrators have noticed the problem nine times in the past week.

    “The scale of the problem is very small right now,” said Cannon, adding that the school is working with Apple and Cisco Systems Inc., Duke’s network equipment provider, to pinpoint the problem. “But the more iPhones that are around, the more they could be knocking on the door for access.”

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