95% access internet today via PC 40% access internet in 2005 via internet devise But to get there,… IP v6
We are at the ice tip of the revolution Right now probably 4% are using the internet Today only 2-3% of mobile phones are connected to the internet
Work Home Car Leisure
GET THE EXPERTISE TO WHERE IS NEEDED AND PROBLEM STAYS WHERE IT IS
Maybe this is rubbish for people who cool their beer in a dark basement room. But for busy professionals with little time for shopping a refrigerator that orders food if something is missing could be useful. Last week I thought this is fantasy with only “nice to have” importance. But look to the next slide what happened first week of December 99 - just few days before the 1. German IPv6-Forum conference.
This slide shows an Internet enabled car key that has been programmed to a maximum speed and an engine cut-off time. I don´t know exactly - But perhaps this key is personalized checks the fingerprint of the driver, communicates this to an authentication server of a security service. If the fingerprint is not valid the car will not start.
This is a concept model of a future terminal. It handles pictures, messages, it has a browser Internet ….and of course you can use it as a phone as well. Europe leads the way in the usage of Mobile technology. With 25% of the population mobile in Europe companies are opening up their eyes to moving from the table (desktop) to the shirt pocket. The next “hot spot” is Mobile Electronic Commerce services concerning a wide variety of applications for the mobile phone, nearly all concerning the handling of money in some way. Pay your gasoline using your phone Book your airline ticket with your phone, and pay for it Already early adaptors of mobile e-commerce are underway and in production. You can for example pay your parking ticket using your mobile in the city of Stockholm.
Mobile IP services are starting today: Here you can see a commodity PDA in a mobile data-communications scenario. It shows a clip of the map of Stockholm - the user can retrieve information below this map, like information about restaurants.
The Future of the Intenet How will “I” affect my life? Imad M Tarabay Chairman & CEO Fiberlink networks [email_address] Cisco Expo 2001 July 10 th 2001 Phoenicia Hotel Beirut / Lebanon
… based on the Internet explosion needs: Boost Infrastructure Larger bandwidth (thirsty applications) Robust infrastructure (no last mile congestion. That moved to “server level” IP to every appliance (but IPs are scarce 27% left –> IP v6) “ The big picture: Power of the mouse”