Mobile imaging

With the recent successful launch of camera phones and MMS offerings, mobile imaging has become an area of key importance for the wireless industry. In the context of this document, mobile imaging refers to the ability that people can take photos with their mobile phone, and use photo-related services. As an analogy, digital imaging comprises of a number of different devices and services associated with digital still cameras and digitized photos. As for mobile imaging, digital imaging includes exchanging photos over e-mail, uploading them to photo galleries, and ordering photo prints or merchandise products. In addition, photo printing at home represents an important area of digital imaging today. This white paper investigates how mobile imaging and digital imaging will meet, and what business opportunities this brings for mobile service providers.

Mobile imaging - the bigger picture (pdf)
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Public WLAN services

The global WLAN equipment market grew around 70 % last year with revenues reaching $2.1 billion. An increasing fraction of companies in North America, Asia and Europe are using as an integral part of their office IT infrastructure. There is however an important difference between the success of WLAN in offices and home compared to [...]
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