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1 Welcome to a Wireless World
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Competitive advantage As more companies adopted wireless technologies to maintain contact with customers, partners, suppliers, and employees, many companies realized that wireless connectivity was a necessity
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Enterprises were quick to move ahead with wireless plans As Figure 1-7 indicates, many companies quickly moved from wireless pilots into production environments that went companywide Security often emerged as a barrier to deployment, but in many cases, senior management put security issues aside in order to realize other business benefits like better productivity, customer service, and so on Early services that attracted consumer interest were financial services and other general informational services such as weather, traffic, and news Messaging services were slow to catch on, partially because of the network incompatibility (a Voicestream subscriber could not send an SMS message to a Verizon subscriber and vice versa) In many cases, the wireless Internet was bundled with wireless voice service so that subscribers often did not perceive any real value in the wireless Internet and were reluctant to try it Furthermore, the operators walled-garden approach meant that users could often not view the same web sites that they were accustomed to viewing from a PC On the consumer side, the wireless Internet generated consumer interest, but that interest did not always translate into high volumes of revenue-generating users Sprint PCS, one of the most aggressive marketers of wireless data services in the United States, claimed over 500,000 wireless Internet users in 2000, but it was unclear how many of these users generated significant revenue to the carrier and how many were just trying the service as a novelty or for a single-use trial Nonetheless, Jupiter Research s analysis shows dramatic growth in US wireless Internet users By 2005, 33 percent of all wireless subscribers will be using wireless data services (see Figure 1-8)
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Figure 1-7 InformationWeek survey of enterprise wireless deployments, 2000
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180 160 140 120 Users 100 (Millions) 80 60 40 20 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Jupiter Research, 1/2001 Wireless Internet Users Wireless Subscribers
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Other wireless technologies appeared in the North American market in 2000 Several high-profile wireless LAN announcements were made First, coffee retailer Starbuck s announced intentions to equip their retail outlets with wireless LAN kiosks to enable users to surf the Web and read e-mail while sipping on a cappuccino In addition, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines also announced plans to provide wireless LAN connectivity from the business-class lounges in major US airports Even the industry giant General Motors entered the wireless fray with the creation of MobileAria, a joint venture between GM parts supplier Delphi Automotive and PDA vendor Palm Computing to create and design Internet-capable wireless devices that could be built into future vehicles Although these announcements generated significant buzz, there was little substance behind them First, several major security vulnerabilities were uncovered with wireless LANs, placing that technology under very intense scrutiny and delaying product rollouts Other technologies such as Bluetooth were still treated with skepticism and questions In order for these new wireless services to succeed in the United States, two things must happen:
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Fix security It is imperative that the security weaknesses in wireless LANs be addressed If the wireless LANs cannot provide solutions immediately, organizations need to adopt a best-practices security policy to minimize risk, but still allow the technology to be deployed Develop compelling apps American consumers can be a skeptical bunch, which is why new wireless technologies like Bluetooth and
1 Welcome to a Wireless World
wireless LANs must have well-articulated benefits that consumers can understand If consumers do not see the value of a new technology, they are unlikely to adopt it If Bluetooth provides a world without wires, what is the benefit of that How it is compelling Looking ahead, the US wireless voice industry faces three crucial issues:
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