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From: David Farber <farber () central cis upenn edu>
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 1995 12:07:58 -0500

Normally I dont like to put on the list documents for sale advertisements
but I found the Exec summary worth reading. Take a look at it at least. Your
call on the report -- I dont have personally $150 !!


Dave


INTERNET MARKETPLACE REVENUES SWELL TO OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS


(Ann Arbor, MI, February 20, 1995) - According to a just-released survey 
from The Maloff Company, based in Dexter, MI, the Internet access 
marketplace in the United States has now exceeded one billion dollars in 
annual revenues. The report, available for $150 electronically or $200 hard 
copy, finds that traditional Internet  service provider revenues grew from 
$120 million in 1994 to over $500 million in 1995, and when the portion of 
Information Service Providers revenue attributable to Internet (i.e., 
America OnLine, CompuServe, Delphi, and Prodigy) is added, the value of the 
overall Internet marketplace now has reached $1.07 billion.


CompuServe is now the largest Internet access provider in the world.


The report further forecasts that global Internet access revenues will 
exceed $2.5 billion in 1996.


Attached to this release are the Table of Contents of the report.


The Executive Summary and report are available electronically at 
http://www.trinet.com/maloff/, or by gopher at gopher.zip.com. The Maloff 
Company "Home Page" can be reached at 
http://uunorth.north.net:8000/pages/maloff.html. The Executive summary is 
available free of charge.


Telephone orders for hard copy can be placed with Greyden Press at (614) 
488-2525.


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Copyright (c) The Maloff Company, 1995




1994-1995 Internet Access Providers Marketplace Analysis




Table of Contents




EXECUTIVE SUMMARY       
THE STATE OF THE INTERNET ACCESS MARKETPLACE - JANUARY, 1995    
"Top Ten" as of January, 1995   
Size of Market and January, 1995 Market Shares  
Methodology and Marketplace Assumptions 
Categories of Internet Access Providers 
Significant Trends      
Perceived Challenges    
Additional Challenges and Opportunities 
INDIVIDUAL ACCESS PROVIDER RESPONSES    
AUSTRALIA       
AARNet - Australian Academic and Research Network       
Canada  
NSTN Incorporated       
Europe  
EUnet   
France  
Internet Way    
Germany 
MUC.DE  
Hong Kong       
Hong Kong SuperNet      
LINKAGE ONLINE LIMITED  
Ireland 
Ireland On-Line 
Norway  
PowerTech Information Systems AS        
United Kingdom  
Demon Internet Ltd.     
United States   
A2I     
Advanced Network & Services (ANS)       
America On-Line 
APK Net, Ltd    
BBN Internet Services Corp.     
Numbers of Customers - January, 1995    
Charm Net       
Clark Internet Services, Inc.   
Colorado Internet Cooperative Association       
CRL Network Services    
CYBERGATE, INC. 
DATABANK        
David's Amazing Internet Services       
EMI Communications      
Global Enterprise Services, Inc.        
IgLou   
Inner Circle Technologies, Inc. 
InterAccess Co. 
Iowa Network Services, Inc.  (INS Info Services)        
Internet Express        
LavaNet, Inc.   
Merit Network, Inc. (MichNet)   
MindSpring Enterprises, Inc.    
Minnesota Regional Network      
MSEN    
MV Communications, Inc. 
NETCOM On-Line Communication Services, Inc.     
North Shore Access      
Northwest Nexus Inc.    
PANIX/Public Access Networks Corp.      
PICnet  
PRODIGY services Company (AstraNet)     
Real Exposure   
Sprint Communications Company LP        
SuperNet, Inc.  
Texas Metronet Inc.     
UUNET Technologies, Inc.        
The WELL        


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