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Simon Rockman's presentation from Future of Mobile (FOM)

Simon Rockman's presentation from Future of Mobile (FOM)

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  • 1. Remembering the Future
  • 2. 2012
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  • 7. Adoption Curves
    • How quickly do consumers adopt new technologies?
    • By looking at, and projecting, key technologies we can look to future trends.
    • We can also look to how technologies spread around the world.
  • 8. MMS adoption curve First GSM phone with MMS Ericsson T68 Q1 2002
    • Heavily operator driven
    • NA lags Europe/APAC by two years.
    • Lat AM lags NA Similarly by two years.
    • First phone to 20% in market is three years.
    • First phone to 60% in market is four years.
  • 9. Bluetooth adoption curve First GSM phone with Bluetooth Ericsson R520 Q2 2001
    • Not operator driven
    • Figures reflect Samsung sloth.
    • NA lags Europe by
    • two years.
    • First phone to 50% in six years.
  • 10. WAP adoption curve First GSM phone with WAP Nokia 7110 Q4 1999. ( Siemens S25 was SMS only Q2 99 )
    • Heavily operator driven
    • With 100% of handsets featuring WAP, usage is still less than 1% of traffic.
    • NA lags Europe by
    • two years.
    • First phone to 50% in 18 months.
  • 11. Java and Brew adoption curve
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