bye-bye bangkok

05/24/06 at 11:47 am | Posted in INQUIRER.net, Tech, Travel | Leave a comment

It's been an incredible experience staying here in Bangkok and covering the Juniper Networks event, but all good things must come to an end. Besides, I miss my wife Ellen and daughter Sam, sob.

I have a lot of stories to tell, some of which will come out in Infotech and RoadTrip.

We're flying back to the Philippines in a few hours. Incidentally, the dry run for the CNetAsia tech blogs has started, so you'll soon see my tech blog online. Lots of exciting stuff happening, heh.

Here's an excerpt from my story on carriers and managed services that came out in INQ7 Infotech today:

BANGKOK –As carriers seek to address the twin concerns of increasing profitability and reducing churn, managed services are seen to account for a bigger share of their revenue in the years to come.

"This will take them away from plumbing , the Net business of the 90s, if you will," James Wilson, director of the APAC Carrier Partner Group of Juniper Networks, said in a press briefing at the Juniper Networks APAC Carrier Partner Summit 2006.

Read the full story.

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