Wireless Internet2 Autumn 2015a.ppt

10 wireless application protocol wap started by the

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10 Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Started by the WAP Forum founded by Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, and Phone.com in 1997 Maintained now by the Open Mobile Alliance Open standard for the management of wireless information and telephony services on end devices Based on extensions of existing standards Device independent and can easily be adjusted as new networks appear
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11 i-Mode “i” = information Developed by NTT DoCoMo, Japan Proprietary, vendor-developed standard i-Mode is not a protocol, i-Mode is a product Closed system Designed to work on a packet-switched wireless network “always on”
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13 Current generation mobile internet: Smartphones and tablets
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Mobile Operating Systems
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Mobile Operating Systems New player based on Linus, backed by Intel and Samsung In 2006, Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and Bada did not yet exist and just 64 million smartphones were sold. Firefox OS, Sailfish, Ubuntu
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App Stores Apple Store Amazon Google Play 16
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17 Wireless capabilities Bluetooth WiFi 3G, LTE, 4G, NFC IPTV…
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18 Vision (1882) : students using telephones
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19 Visions for the future 1969 vision for 1990 What did they get right, What did they get wrong
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Visions for the future Tutorial week 3 2015 vision for 2035 20
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