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  • 1. WIMS 2.0: Mixing Web 2.0 and IMS to get the Best of Two Different Worlds TELEFONICA ESPAÑA Mobile Services Business Unit September 2008
  • 2. Motivations for WIMS 2.0 Web 2.0 main concepts 01 Web 2.0 [email_address] cc under license cc 2.5 es of attribution 04.11.06 Recommendation Affiliation Audio Viral Marketing User decides The Long Tail Web standards Perpetual Beta Data AJAX Wikis Social Software Blogs CSS Design Mobility RSS Folksonomy Video IMS Open APIs Share Simplicity Service User is the core Microformats Economy Usability Participation Remixability Standardization Teleco 2.0 Design WiMAX Widgets Simplicity VC SOAP Syndication Videocasting XHTML ‘ Podcasting’ Granularity Aggregation Ruby on Rails ‘ Data Inside’ Collaboration UMTS LTE IM ‘ Page Rank’ Optimization for search engines Presence Cost per Click Modularity SEO Trust XFN FOAF Web 2.0 Web 2.0 Wikipedia GMail CSS Beauty GMail eBay Delicious LinkedID Itunes PayPal LinkedId Jabber Google Wasp Writely Google Maps Google News Yahoo Maps BaseCamp CastPost TrendMapper Pandora Blogger Live.Com CreativeCommons Amazon Delicious BitTorrent Skype PayPal Flickr OpenBC Technorati AdSense Fotolia TagCloud YouTube Mozilla Dodge Ball MTurk Ipodder A9 Friendster Upcoming Squidoo GTalk RSSReader Orkut Backpack Kiko ZenGarden StyleGala SimpleBits Etsy Flock Gmaps Mashups IceRocket 9Rules Zimbra Tadalist ProtoPage MyYahoo RememberTheMilk BlinkSale Zoozio Netvibes Unwieldly Meebo Alistapart Alexa Chalk.IT GTD Cloudalicious StumbleUpon TrendMapper Rollyo PubSub Wink InOrder BuzzTracker FeedBurner Feedster NewsGator Rojo Plazes Vimeo LastFM MeasureMap WordPress TypePad Mint Planzo Upcoming SoFLow Ning 43Things Digg TagTagger Taggling The user is the centre: give users what they want. They create the service content, they customize service features and they even participate in the service development. The user is now regarded as the main active driver. Combination and flexibility: the Internet becomes the platform for developing and delivering new cost-effective services. It enables the mixture of service functionalities (mashups) and content (syndication). Web 2.0
  • 3. The Personalization Era… 01
  • 4. … with less privacy 01
  • 5. Tryversity 01
  • 6. Which name? 01
  • 7. And which price? 01
  • 8. Today’s Market Situation… 02
    • Users are demanding the same paradigms
    • as they have in their desktops
    • Users are the core generating contents
    Bye Dad, Bye Mum I don’t know what we did wrong
  • 9.
    • Trusted relationship brand for the ‘Digital Lifestyle’
      • Divest of unnecessary capital assets
      • Enhancing distribution capabilities
      • Affinity partnerships
      • User, the key. (loyalty, TTM, covering necessities)
    … imply new business models
    • Personal Communications Service Providers and Integrators
      • Meet the point between services like voice, messaging, communities and presence and paradigms like on-line games, social networks and opinion sharing
    • Enabling Platform providers for third party services
      •  Interoperability with IT and Web
    • Connectivity Providers
      • Transporting data from the services and user applications.
      • Globalization of the operations, Differentiation based on the extended QoS compared with Iplayers and competitors.
    Values is defined by the receiver more than the giver Dave Ulrich ( Professor of Business Administration at the University of Michigan ) 02
  • 10. WIMS 2.0: Converging IMS and Web 2.0 IMS: keystone for Internet & Telecom convergence
    • Telecom industry needs to join the Web 2.0, the environment for the evolution of IP-based services
    • Why IMS to join this new service environment?
      • It uses Internet technology (TCP/IP) => open-garden philosophy is feasible
      • Multimedia support from the beginning
      • As common control system, it provides FMC => broadest scope (any IP-based transport system!)
      • Horizontal service development reduces TTM for new services
      • To pay off for already made investments
    03 Keystone for new Telecom business model UTRAN/HSPA DSL/WiFi/etc. IP Core IMS TRANSPORT SUBSYSTEMS IMS IMS Services WIMS Platform Web 2.0
  • 11. WIMS 2.0: Converging IMS and Web 2.0 A two-sided strategy for convergence
    • 1. Offering IMS capabilities to Web 2.0 environment:
      • Line A. Exposure of IMS capabilities through open Web APIs :
        • Portable Service Elements (PSEs): IMS widgets for “incrustation”
        • IMS in Internet mashups
        • Already existing initiatives
      • Line B. New ways for User-Generated Content enabled by IMS
    • 2. Using Web 2.0 services and technology to enrich telecom services:
      • Line C. Incorporation of Web 2.0 content and events into telecom services
      • Line D. IMS on-line applications: telecom services provided through web pages
    03 IMS API exposure Presence VideoSharing Session control IM IMS Feeds Multimedia Content PSE Benefits for both telecom and web 2.0 services
  • 12. WIMS 2.0: Converging IMS and Web 2.0 Portable Service Elements: IMS Widgets
    • PSEs for viral expansion of IMS services in Web 2.0:
      • Personal communication
      • Context information:
        • Presence
        • Localization
        • Etc
      • Customization of Web 2.0 services
    03
      • Target web sites: those allowing integration of widgets. Feasible in the short term
    INVITEs For 3rd party call Audio call Call-Me Button On Click
  • 13. WIMS 2.0: Converging IMS and Web 2.0 IMS in Internet Mashups
    • IMS capabilities as INTEGRAL component of Web 2.0 services:
      • Direct incorporation of IMS capabilities by Web 2.0 services
      • Increased value for both IMS and Web 2.0 services
      • Very relevant impact in the long-term
    03 Real-time sharing of videos Telefonica/YouTube IM David : Hi, what do you think about this new video John : amazing,…but I don’t believe him
  • 14. WIMS 2.0: Converging IMS and Web 2.0 New ways for publishing User-Generated Content
    • Mobile terminals are expected to become a crucial source of User-Generated content:
      • IMS capabilities can be used to boost the publication towards Web 2.0
      • User context can also be understood as User-Generated content
    03 IMS Presence Publication with added value (presence, location, etc) Automatic publication of personal note for microblogging
  • 15. WIMS 2.0: Converging IMS and Web 2.0 Web 2.0 content and events into Telecom services
    • Subscription to:
      • Multimedia content from Web 2.0 services
      • Generic events from Web 2.0 services
    • Distribution or inclusion of the obtained content/events within operator’s services => enrichment of service offer
    03 IMS Presence Ring Forward Tone
  • 16.
    • Telco World
      • IMS to compete with Iplayers
    • Internet World
      • Web 2.0 Technologies to tackle the extension to the Mobile World
    • Why to create a confrontation?
    • Get the best from each world and create innovative services for the client
    Conclusions WIMS-WIMS World
  • 17.