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  • 1. Group Presentation EMERGING TECHNOLOGY http://www.gmail.com
  • 2. GROUP MEMBERS
    • SUNIL SUDHAKAR
    • JERRY MOHAN
    • ROMY CHERIAN
    • Industry selected : Mobile Industry .
    • Example cited : Reliance India Mobile .
    • Two technologies : 3G and Wireless Technology .
  • 3.   3G/THIRD GENERATION TECHNOLOGY
    • OVERVIEW
    • DEFINITION
    • KEY CHARACTERISTICS
    • IMPACT ON MOBILE INDUSTRY
    • EXAMPLE
    • FUTURE PROSPECTS
  • 4. OVERVIEW
    • Quantum leap in mobile technology.
    • Significant changes to the way we use mobile phones and other wireless gadgets.
    • Enhanced the capacity to reach people on the move.
    • Maintain contact with other people and an array of services.
  • 5. OVERVIEW
    • Increased options for the organisations and consumers to
    • 1) Access and download a wide range of information and services,
    • 2) Access to additional features on their handsets.
  • 6. DEFINTION
    • 3G stands for the third generation of wireless communication technology.
    • It refers to pending improvements in wireless data and voice communications through any of a variety of proposed standards.
    • The immediate goal of the technology is to raise transmission speeds from 9.5K to 2M bit/sec.
  • 7.  
  • 8. KEY CHARACTERISTICS
    • Provides voice and high-speed data connectivity.
    • Convergence of mobile communication devices with consumer electronics devices.
    • Powerful and efficient tools for mobile communication, information, education, healthcare and safety.
    • Multimedia features like videos, photos, music and games.
  • 9. KEY CHARACTERISTICS
    • 3G enables users to load music tracks to the memory of the handset form a computer or other source like internet.
    • 3G mobiles are equipped with web technology.
    • The average downloading speed ranging between 550 kilobits per second and two megabits per second.
  • 10. IMPACT ON MOBILE INDUSTRY
    • Comparative advantage: - provides more value added features, which results in comparative advantage over their competitors.
    • Expand business: - helps to expand business and penetrate to new markets, which results the organisation to gain more customers and increase profit.
  • 11. IMPACT ON MOBILE INDUSTRY
    • For the Employee
    • No commuting time
    • Lower stress level
    • Greater balance between work and family life
    • Flexible scheduling
    • Fewer interruption lead to more productive work, time and potentially fewer work hour
  • 12. IMPACT ON MOBILE INDUSTRY
    • For the Employer
    • Productivity increase with fewer office interruption
    • Employees can work at their peak time because of flexible scheduling
    • Lower overhead due to less office space, furnishing and operating cost
    • More appealing work environment and flexibility
  • 13. EXAMPLE
    • Reliance will be the first to introduce 3G CDMA technology in India.
    • Positive advantages to the company.
    • BENEFITS obtained are:
    • Comparative advantage
    • Expand business
    • Benefit for the employee and employer
    • Value added service
  • 14. FUTURE PROSPECTS
    • Expected to grow and use widely.
    • Transform mobile phones.
    • Different functions and usage on mobile phones.
    • Emergence of 4G
    • Greater speed and faster.
    • Network security and communication quality.
  • 15.   WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY
    • OVERVIEW
    • DEFINITION
    • KEY CHARACTERISTICS
    • IMPACT OF ON MOBILE INDUSTRY
    • EXAMPLE
    • FUTURE PROSPECTS
  • 16. DEFINITION &OVERVIEW
    • Considered as one of the emerging technologies.
    • Wireless technology refers to a kind of technology where the transfer of information happens through routers or any other forms without the use of cables.
    • Work and play culture
  • 17.  
  • 18. KEY CHARACTERISTICS
    • Mobility Factor
    • Work force has become increasingly mobile.
    • Wireless LANs are flexible enough to be used in a variety of work environments.
    • Sales Managers can plan business strategies based on real-time results.
    • Office space can be easily and affordably converted into temporary work areas of training rooms.
  • 19. KEY CHARACTERISTICS
    • Imparting basic help for the employees to keep in touch with both the organization and the customers.
    • Facilitate efficient reach towards the global customers and to improve the performance of the internal operations of the firm.
  • 20. IMPACT ON MOBILE INDUSTRY
    • Mobility is no longer a barrier to ACHEIVE efficiency and productivity.
    • Being a Mobile Industry, it has to deal with communication issues within the company and outside partners. The cost associated with communication can be reduced to a great extent.
    • The cost of ownership can be controlled when the organization uses wireless technology.
  • 21. IMPACT ON MOBILE INDUSTRY
    • Increased ROI as business processes improve.
    • Better customer satisfaction.
    • Competitive advantage.
    • No geographic restrictions.
    • Better or an increased sale in their mobile phones through better and informed customer meetings.
  • 22. EXAMPLE
    • Company could see a noteworthy increase in the rate of productivity among the employees.
    • Competitive edge over other competitors.
    • Field managers and sales people could access the internet and other real time conversations.
    • Employees at Reliance can share information, e-mail and applications
  • 23. EXAMPLE
    • Security
    • Faced an important trouble during the initial stage of the impartation of Wireless technology.
    • Address on two security related issues namely access and encryption.
    • Develop certain encryption and authentication techniques.
  • 24. EXAMPLE
    • Technical Barriers
    • Spend huge amount of money for the wireless components.
    • Integrate with other systems that form the basis for networking.
    • Organizational challenges in the form of lack of planning and standards.
  • 25. FUTURE PROSPECTS
    • New evolution of wireless connectivity.
    • Access data and applications anywhere and at anytime.
    • Employees may connect wirelessly to any components regardless of the distance, operating system, application or drivers.
    • Wireless technology will continue to rule in the future in Mobile industry.
  • 26. CONCLUSION

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