AT&T executive sees telecom opportunities in government contracts

06/5/2009 | Washington Technology

Don Herring, head of AT&T Government Solutions, said demand for IP networks among government agencies was booming, part of a series of trends he sees as the departments make their transition to a world where telecoms are providing more than just a pipe to carry traffic. "Until now, carriers have been infrastructure players," said Warren Suss, president of Suss Consulting. "But as agencies move into cloud computing and Web 2.0 technologies, they place more intelligence in their networks, and it gives carriers an opportunity to own more of the market."

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