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1 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 MOBILE WIRELESS ACCESS

2 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 SCOPE OF PRESENTATION The Vision Wireless and Wire-line Key Highlights in Mobile Wireless Trends in Mobile Services WLAN Market Trends Conclusion Q & A Session

3 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 LONG TERM VISION World convergence to a User-Oriented Equation:

4 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 EFFORTS TOWARDS SEAMLESS MOBILITY Emerging examples:

5 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 EFFORTS TOWARDS BROADBAND EVERYWHERE Emerging signs:

6 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 HOW CONVERGENCE IS HAPPENING Emerging signs where technology and standards meet:

7 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 SCOPE OF PRESENTATION The vision Wireless and Wire-line Key Highlights in Mobile Wireless Trends in Mobile Services WLAN Market Trends Conclusion Q & A Session

8 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 QUANTUM LEAPS IN GSM MIGRATION

9 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 QUANTUM LEAPS IN CDMA MIGRATION

10 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 TRENDS IN MOBILE DEVICES 880 Million handsets in 2007: GSM based (80.5%), CDMA based (15%), Rest (TDMA/PDC 4.5%) [ARC Group] Power Supply: Li-Ion, Li-poly to fuel cell technologies Display: Rotating colour LCD screens to organic LEDs Storage: Digital media cards into Gbytes, USIM towards Mbytes Imaging & Video: Integrated cameras (200 million handsets by 2007) [ARC Group] Human-Machine Interface: Handwriting recognition (Tablet PCs), virtual keyboards and image sensing keyboards Machine-Machine Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB, Firewire, integrated WLAN chips, UWB hence enabling Ad-hoc networking

11 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY & STANDARDS Middleware: Mainly J2ME (On most handsets by 2007), BREW (CDMA) Operating Systems: Symbian OS still leader in 2007 with new entrants, SmartPhone 2002/Pocket PC 2002 Phone Edition, Linux eCOS. Open Mobile Alliance (device centric): Umbrella organisation pulling together the WAP Forum, Open Mobile Architecture Initiative, Location Interoperability Forum, Wireless Village, SyncML and MMS Interoperability Group. Open Service Access (network centric): Defines open APIs for multi-vendor interoperability and rapid service creation. Markup Languages: i-mode (CHTML), WAP (WML) have converged to XHTML Basic progressing to XHTML 2.0

12 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 TRENDS IN MOBILE PAYMENT Billing via: Data volume, airtime, transaction, content, URL access Large number of incompatible payment systems driven by various institutions, telcos or equipment vendors. For e.g. - 3GPP defined content-based APIs for Open Standard Billing - Mobile Payment Forum (Nov 2001) for payment card account based billing (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, JCB and telcos like NTT, Hutchison3G, Vodafone, etc) - Paycircle (Jan 2002) for Open APIs in mobile payment (equipment vendors for e.g. HP, Oracle, Siemens, Sun etc) Micropayment Options for e.g. Bluetooth, Infrared, RFID (ISO14443)

13 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 SCOPE OF PRESENTATION The Vision Wireless and Wire-line Key Highlights in Mobile Wireless Trends in Mobile Services WLAN Market Trends Conclusion Q & A Session

14 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 TRENDS IN MOBILE SERVICES Enterprise Solutions / Corporate M-Workforce Mobile Messaging Location Based Services Infotainment Personalised Services Mobile Commerce Customer Relationship Management Etc..

15 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 TRENDS IN MOBILE SERVICES

16 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 TRENDS IN MOBILE SERVICES

17 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 TRENDS IN MOBILE SERVICES

18 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 TRENDS IN MOBILE SERVICES

19 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 SCOPE OF PRESENTATION The Vision Wireless and Wire-line Key Highlights in Mobile Wireless Trends in Mobile Services WLAN Market Trends Conclusion Q & A Session

20 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 WLAN MARKET TRENDS Wireless modem chipsets going into external PC cards are on the rise whilst notebook PCs are being built with embedded modems. For e.g. Intel Centrino Solution By 2006, the embedded miniPCI form factor will be the most popular for WLAN Chipsets. By 2006, embedded wireless modem modules in PDAs will account for most of the WLAN and cellular modem chipsets. WLANs are now being adopted as complementary to 2.5G and 3G cellular infrastructure. (Wireless Hotspots) WLAN is expected to play a key role within next generation cellular handsets and handheld devices.

21 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 WLAN MARKET EVOLUTION

22 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 IEEE WIRELESS INTEROPERABILITY GROUP (WIG)

23 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 SCOPE OF PRESENTATION The Vision Wireless and Wire-line Key Highlights in Mobile Wireless Trends in Mobile Services WLAN Market Trends Conclusion Q & A Session

24 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 CONCLUSION Going towards application mobility across heterogeneous networks and devices. SMS Messaging will still be the dominant revenue generator until Quantum leap in 4G from 3G: - 4G rates average at 20Mbps compared to 3G which is likely to see initial rates below 384kbps. - Social paradigm: 3G is a technology push to users while 4G aims (would be designed) to be indispensable to individuals in performing their daily tasks – more user focused [MITF, Mobile IT Forum] - Increasing need for security as mobile world gets feature rich like the internet

25 All Rights Reserved © iGROUP 2004 SCOPE OF PRESENTATION The Vision Wireless and Wire-line Key Highlights in Mobile Wireless Trends in Mobile Services WLAN Market Trends Conclusion Q & A Session


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