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This sector is almost invisible to consumers, but it is a critical supplier to the network operators and handset vendors These firms provide the hardware (chips and CPU) for the handset vendors as well as the network-switching infrastructure for connecting wireless networks There is some overlap between the handset vendors and this segment For instance, Ericsson, Siemens, and Alcatel are all major hardware providers
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Part 1 Introduction to Wireless
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in addition to being handset manufacturers This sector is getting increasing focus because of the migration to faster wireless networks Given the network operators desire to offer new revenue-generating services on higher-speed networks, the hardware providers are under considerable pressure to deliver products that can fulfill these needs
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This sector does not have a direct influence on security However, security is relevant to the new high-speed wireless networks that are being built Because security services like encryption, authentication, and digital signatures function much better at higher speeds, the new network hardware will help in the adoption of security
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This sector is responsible for generating and distributing information that can be served up on a wireless device Not surprisingly, many of the leading wired content providers like AOL, Yahoo, MSN, Amazon, and eBay all announced wireless versions of their content in 2000 Owing to the unique structure of the wireless industry, distributing content was not easy In the wired world, the content providers served as a portal any user from any geography using any ISP could browse a site In the wireless world, to a large extent the operators determined what content subscribers could or could not view If content provider X did not have a distribution agreement with network operator Y, network operator Y s subscribers could not view that content Despite these issues, the content providers still aggressively promoted wireless services They were especially interested in location-based services Newer networks and handsets could give content providers the location of a specific subscriber to within a city block, creating many new potential uses Is a user near your restaurant Send him or her an SMS message offering a 10 percent discount on dinner if he or she comes in immediately Yet location services still face the same challenges as other content Since the network operator will possess the location data, content providers will have to cooperate with operators to access this data and use it properly Location-based services also raise interesting privacy and security questions about subscriber s willingness to let his or her current location be made available
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View on Security Security is very important for the content providers, especially those engaged in commerce as opposed to pure information distribution Content providers suffer from the same WAP Gap issues facing
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1 Welcome to a Wireless World
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the network operators Content providers are reluctant to offer services that are not completely secure because of potential breaches, loss of consumer confidence, and erosion of brand equity This segment s continued push for improved security will have a positive impact on the growth and development of wireless security and mobile commerce
Application Providers
This sector is divided into two categories: traditional independent software vendors (ISVs) that have modified existing wired applications for wireless environments and software vendors that have developed exclusively for wireless environments In 2000, all the major software vendors including Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, and SAP announced plans to make existing applications wireless ready The same year saw the emergence of certain wireless pure-play vendors like Phonecom (now called Openwave), CellPoint, and Jinny Software These vendors can coexist in wireless environments, particularly in scenarios where a wireless device needs to connect to a legacy application or database
View on Security Application providers possess a good awareness of security Those firms with roots in the wired Internet have already dealt with many of the security issues and are aware of the need to maintain this in the wireless sector The pure wireless ISVs are equally aware of security issues and have already started to build security functionality into their products
State of the Wireless Industry, 2001
Now that a wireless industry overview has been provided, it is necessary to review the current state of the wireless industry as of 2001 Table 1-6 gives a sense of the ubiquity of wireless technologies throughout the world This overview is split into four geographic regions because the wireless market has evolved quite differently across the globe The following are the four geographic regions to be reviewed:
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