The mobile internet service i-mode was launched in February 1999 in Japan, which is still the country where this service is most popular. By 2011, the number of i-mode customers (including i-mode for smartphone subscribers) reached 51.6 million in Japan and over 5 million in the rest of the world, but more and more mobile operators are ending their i-mode services, citing low subscriber numbers and lack of support from some vendors as the main reasons.
Has this technology come to an end?
Find essential market information in the publications listed under Research and Markets’ i-mode category.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled World Market for Mobile Phone Multimedia Application Processor provides forecast and analysis of the market drivers, restraints and challenges faced by...
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Net architects need a basic understanding of the impact of WEP on the performance of high-demand Wlan applications, such as file transfers. This report identifies performance issues when running Wired...
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The Impact of (WEP) Encryption on 802.11b Wireless LAN Performance