The paper "Feasibility of AT & T Inc Doing Business in China" is a perfect example of a business case study. AT & T Inc, a holding company in the United States which is the provider of entertainment, mobile, voice services and internet (Sinnreich, 2012). The company provides telecommunication services not only in America but also across the globe. Products and services offered by AT & T Inc are inclusive of wireless communication services, which is one technology that has drastically changed telecommunication services (Cornelissen, 2014). The other products offered by AT & T Inc are data and internet services, local exchange services, video services and long-distance services.
Additionally, the company manages telecommunication equipment together with networking and wholesale services (Proctor, 2013). The three segments that the company operates under are wireless services, wireline services and international services. Subsidiaries of the company provide services such as wireless voice and data communication services all over the United States and based on roaming agreements, other countries in the world. The wireless segment of the company, AT & T Mobility, provides wireless services to over 120 million subscribers.
There is a wide range of data communication services and wireless voice services that have been categorized based on the consumer (Little et al. , 2014). AT & T Inc sells different kinds of devices that are wireless-enabled such as tablets and notebooks and data cards that are wirelessly enabled. Wireline services of AT & T Inc are mainly categorized into two segments: there is the services segment and the equipment segment. Voice and data services are provided under wireline and these are inclusive of broadband and video. The data services that are offered are reliant on Internet Protocol technology (Han, 2012).
Provision of data is at various speeds and there are digital networks that enable the consumer to create data networks that are internal and these networks enable them to gain access to external data networks (Rappaport, 2014). A number of service providers access networking capacities that are intrastate, interstate and international.
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