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Bandwidth markets may top $18 billion

The market for bandwidth exchanges, where carriers anonymously buy and sell excess network capacity on a wholesale basis, could reach $18 billion by 2006, according to a new study by Analysys, a U.K.-based market research firm. Some bandwidth exchanges include RateXchange and one backed by energy and telecommunications company Enron.

The market for bandwidth exchanges, where carriers anonymously buy and sell excess network capacity on a wholesale basis, could reach $18 billion by 2006, according to a new study by Analysys, a U.K.-based market research firm.

Some bandwidth exchanges include RateXchange and one backed by energy and telecommunications company Enron.

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