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Emerging Mobile Wireless Technologies - Road to a Wireless World

  • ID: 35250
  • Report
  • March 2005
  • Region: Global
  • 50 Pages
  • RNCOS E-Services Private Limited
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The worldwide wireless market has witnessed unforeseen growth and expansion over the last 25 years. This growth is ascribed to several factors, significantly the fusion of the wired and the wireless. This report presents a detailed analysis of the various business models and strategies, and forecasts on the market trends. It also talks about the effect of Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) on the cellular data market and services.

Several technologies, namely, WAP, MIS, 3G, GSM, RFID, have all played a significant role in fusing mobile technology with Internet. The USP of the mobile communication devices is their connectivity and accessibility between any two places at any point of time. The mobile wireless is now even providing wireless broadband data services.

A report released by In-Stat/MDR in 2003 predicted that there were going to be more than 931 million new mobile wireless Internet subscribers over the next five years. Taking in account the present market scenario, the total number of worldwide wireless subscribers will exceed the two billion mark by 2007. An Intermarket Group report says that in this very year (2005), more than one-third of the total mobile wireless Internet users will connect through wireless handset devices.

According to the market trends, global market for wireless Internet-capable devices is expected to grow enormously in 2005, reaching a figure of more than 1.7 billion mobile connections—a growth of around 630 percent. The annual rate of growth for the shipment of wireless internet-capable devices is predicted to be 15.5 percent over the next few years, leading to the figure of 880 million units in 2007.

As per a Mobinet study conducted in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Finland, and Japan on over 2,400 users of mobile phones, it was revealed that the global dispersion of Internet-enabled mobile phones is around 24 percent. Japan (55 percent) and Germany (36 percent) attribute to a major part of this percentage, while the United States is way behind with just 14 percent. But the numbers are growing, and the changing wireless user demographics are making the industry happy.

The combination of wireless technology and mobile computing has also opened up new vistas for the educational world. Mobile learning, or m-learning, which is based on the use of mobile devices combined with wireless infrastructure, has come out as the latest development in the field of education. The emergence of this market has also given a huge growth opportunity to the WLAN market.

The WLAN industry is one of those segments in the global communications industry that are exhibiting maximum growth. With revenues of $1.5 billion, the newly emergent Wlan technology has become a part of the mainstream technology. The overall market scenario is now redefined.

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

- Overview of the Wireless technologies Industry
- Existing and emerging market segments of Mobile Wireless technologies
- Mobile And Wireless Learning
- Mobile Three-Dimensional Computing
- Major players in the industry and the global market scenario
- Opportunities in Mobile Wireless technologies

REPORT FEATURES

This “Emerging Mobile Wireless Technologies - Road to a Wireless World” report gives an in-depth coverage of Emerging Mobile Wireless Technologies. Chapter 2 provides with an overview of mobile wireless industry. Chapter 3 discusses wireless technology market segment whereas Chapter 4 focuses mainly on mobile wireless technology market. Chapter 5 and 6 analyzes emerging market segments for latest mobile technology and also covers worldwide market for emerging mobile wireless technologies. Chapter 7 discusses the market opportunities and Chapter 8 gives an insight into mobile market by analyzing the factors of growth. Finally, chapter 9 concludes the report by discussing major issues and trends in mobile wireless industry.
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1. Introduction

2. Mobile Wireless Industry Overview
2.1 Merging Networks
2.2 A Case of Two Divergent Merger Scenarios in Mobile Wireless

3. Wireless Technologies Market Segment
3.1 Fixed Wireless Technology Market - Overview
3.2 Mobile Wireless Technology
3.3 Infra Red (IR) Wireless Technology
3.4 Wireless Network Technology
3.5 Applications of Wireless Technologies
3.5.1 Voice and Messaging Systems
3.5.2 Handheld and Internet-enabled Devices
3.5.3 Data Networking
3.6 Emerging Markets for Wireless Technology

4. Mobile Wireless Technologies Market
4.1 Mobile Wireless Market Segmentation
4.1.1 Wi-Fi Technology
4.1.2 Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM)
4.1.3 General Packet Radio Service (GPRS)
4.1.4 Enhanced Data GSM Environment (EDGE)
4.1.5 Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS)

5. Emerging Market Segments in Latest Mobile Technology
5.1 Mobile Instant Messaging
5.2 Mobile Computing Market
5.3 Mobile Internet Market
5.4 Wireless Portals
5.4.1 Recent Growth Trends and Developments
5.5 Free Space Optics (FSO)

6. Worldwide Market for Emerging Mobile Wireless Technologies
6.1 European Market in Mobile Wireless
6.2 Asian Mobile Wireless Market – Trends and Opportunities
6.3 US Mobile Wireless Market
6.4 Worldwide Market Summary

7. Market Opportunities
7.1 Business-to-Business E-Commerce (B2B)
7.2 Business-to-Consumer E-Commerce (B2C)
7.3 Business-to-Employee (B2E)
8. Factors of Growth - An Analytical Insight into the Mobile Market

9. Major Issues & Trends

List of Tables
Table 2-1: Historical Timeline of the Developmental Pathways for Wireless Industry (1983, 1990, 1995, 1999 & 2002)
Table 2-2: Post-Migration Cost Positioning
Table 3-1: Total Estimated Subscribers for Mobile Technologies, 2005
Table 6-1: Europe - Top 10 GSM Networks

List of Figures
Figure 2-1: Number of Internet Users (in Million), 1992-2001
Figure 2-2: Number of Countries connected to the Internet (1990-2001)
Figure 2-3: Waves of Wireless Mobile Industry Consolidation (1998-2002 & 2003+)
Figure 3-1: Estimated Subscribers for Cellular Services (by Region), 2001 & 2005
Figure 3-2: Estimated User Penetration in Wireless Networking Sector (in Percentage), 2006
Figure 4-1: Wireless ISP's Revenue Forecast (%), 2008
Figure 4-2: Estimated Market Growth for GSM Application (by Region), 2008
Figure 4-3: Worldwide GPRS Market Segmentation (%)
Figure 4-4: Worldwide UMTS Market Forecast (in Million), 2010
Figure 6-1: Comparative Estimates - Mobile Phone Subscribers in Western Europe (in Million), 2001-2006
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