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How Cloud Services Will Affect Mobile Value Added Services.

How Cloud Services Will Affect Mobile Value Added Services.

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    • 26 June 2012 E. Jay Saunders, Turks & Caicos Islands
    • EMAIL SMS RING GAMES E-BANKING MMS BACK TUNES E-HEALTH VIDEO/MUSIC ON DEMAND LOCATION BASED SERVICES INSTANT E-COMMERCE MESSANGING UNIVERSAL DIGITAL TRANSLATOR ASSISTANTS /AI
    • “…a mobile value-added service is anadditional service [outside of voice] forwhich subscribers pay extra.” The Future of Mobile Value-Added Services By TMCnet Special Guest Jim Machi
    • According to CISCO:1. Global mobile data traffic grew by 133 percent in 2011 and it is estimated to grow by 110 percent in 2012.2. By the end of 2012, the number of mobile- connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth.3. By 2016, mobile handsets (smartphones and non- smartphones) will generate over 50% of the mobile data traffic.4. By 2016, mobile video will represent over 70% of the mobile data traffic.5. Cloud applications and services such as Netflix and YouTube allow mobile devices to overcome their inherent memory capacity and processing power limitations.6. By 2016, cloud applications will account for 71 percent of the total mobile data traffic.
    • According to CISCO:1. Global mobile data traffic grew by 133 percent in 2011 and it is estimated to grow by 110 percent in 2012.2. By the end of 2012, the number of mobile- connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth.3. By 2016, mobile handsets (smartphones and non- smartphones) will generate over 50% of the mobile data traffic.4. By 2016, mobile video will represent over 70% of the mobile data traffic.5. Cloud applications and services such as Netflix and YouTube allow mobile devices to overcome their inherent memory capacity and processing power limitations.6. By 2016, cloud applications will account for 71 percent of the total mobile data traffic.
    • According to CISCO:1. Global mobile data traffic grew by 133 percent in 2011 and it is estimated to grow by 110 percent in 2012.2. By the end of 2012, the number of mobile- connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth.3. By 2016, mobile handsets (smartphones and non-smartphones) will generate over 50% of the mobile data traffic.4. By 2016, mobile video will represent over 70% of the mobile data traffic.5. Cloud applications and services such as Netflix and YouTube allow mobile devices to overcome their inherent memory capacity and processing power limitations.6. By 2016, cloud applications will account for 71 percent of the total mobile data traffic.
    • According to CISCO:1. Global mobile data traffic grew by 133 percent in 2011 and it is estimated to grow by 110 percent in 2012.2. By the end of 2012, the number of mobile- connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth.3. By 2016, mobile handsets (smartphones and non- smartphones) will generate over 50% of the mobile data traffic.4. By 2016, mobile video will represent over 70% of the mobile data traffic.5. Cloud applications and services such as Netflix and YouTube allow mobile devices to overcome their inherent memory capacity and processing power limitations.6. By 2016, cloud applications will account for 71 percent of the total mobile data traffic.
    • According to CISCO:1. Global mobile data traffic grew by 133 percent in 2011 and it is estimated to grow by 110 percent in 2012.2. By the end of 2012, the number of mobile- connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth.3. By 2016, mobile handsets (smartphones and non- smartphones) will generate over 50% of the mobile data traffic.4. By 2016, mobile video will represent over 70% of the mobile data traffic.5. Cloud applications and services such as Netflix and YouTube allow mobile devices to overcome their inherent memory capacity and processing power limitations.6. By 2016, cloud applications will account for 71 percent of the total mobile data traffic.
    • According to CISCO:1. Global mobile data traffic grew by 133 percent in 2011 and it is estimated to grow by 110 percent in 2012.2. By the end of 2012, the number of mobile- connected devices will exceed the number of people on earth.3. By 2016, mobile handsets (smartphones and non- smartphones) will generate over 50% of the mobile data traffic.4. By 2016, mobile video will represent over 70% of the mobile data traffic.5. Cloud applications and services such as Netflix and YouTube allow mobile devices to overcome their inherent memory capacity and processing power limitations.6. By 2016, cloud applications will account for 71 percent of the total mobile data traffic.
    • New Opportunities for RevenueGrowth.Rapid Deployment Of New Services.Real Time Content Update.The ability to target multiple devicesfrom one platform.
    • 1. Streaming Video and Audio2. Storage Services3. Device Synchronization4. Remote Backup5. Location Based Services6. M-Health7. Universal Translation8. Digital Assistants
    • 1. Streaming Video and Audio2. Storage Services3. Device Synchronization4. Remote Backup5. Location Based Services6. M-Health7. Universal Translation8. Digital Assistants
    • 1. Streaming Video and Audio2. Storage Services3. Device Synchronization4. Remote Backup5. Location Based Services6. M-Health7. Universal Translation8. Digital Assistants
    • 1. Streaming Video and Audio2. Storage Services3. Device Synchronization4. Remote Backup5. Location Based Services6. M-Health7. Universal Translation8. Digital Assistants
    • 1. Streaming Video and Audio2. Storage Services3. Device Synchronization4. Remote Backup5. Location Based Services6. M-Health7. Universal Translation8. Digital Assistants
    • 1. Streaming Video and Audio2. Storage Services3. Device Synchronization4. Remote Backup5. Location Based Services6. M-Health7. Universal Translation8. Digital Assistants
    • 1. Streaming Video and Audio2. Storage Services3. Device Synchronization4. Remote Backup5. Location Based Services6. M-Health7. Universal Translation8. Digital Assistants
    • 1. Streaming Video and Audio2. Storage Services3. Device Synchronization4. Remote Backup5. Location Based Services6. M-Health7. Universal Translation8. Digital Assistants
    • 1. Standard language and protocols.2. Bandwidth cost & Bandwidth Availability.3. Data protection security.4. Availability and Reliability of cloud applications.5. Application performance - Bandwidth latency.
    • 26 June 2012 E. Jay Saunders, Turks & Caicos Islands