Opinion: James Sharp on the future of networks

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Following my years at Ten, you’d think I would jump at the chance of saying something about networks. My piece on PI proved less taxing. I was but a canvas on to which knowledgeable brokers could daub their opinions.

This time I am tempered by the advice of former colleagues not to give away any bright ideas, not to say anything nice about anybody else and to avoid litigation at all costs.  

Back in 2004, one industry publication posed an important question with the headline: “Are networks

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