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Evolution in mobile communication

  1. 1. Evolution in Mobile CommunicationProprietary & Confidential. © ProfEdge Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
  2. 2. Agenda• Evolution of Mobile Communicationo Mobile sideo Technology End• Mobile Sideo Phones to Smart Phoneso Mobile App evolutiono Android: The Mobile App platform• Technology Endo Factors driving wireless evolutiono Wireless Technologies Updateo Growth story of Mobile Industry• Conclusion• About ProfEdge Solutions• Thanks
  3. 3. Evolution in Mobile Communication• Mobile phone has emergedinto Smart Phones03060902008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014Smart Phone Penetration – USSmart Phone Feature Phones• Technology Evolution: Focushas shifted to MobileBroadband from voice0%50%100%2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017Connections by 2G, 3G and 4G2/2.5G 3G 4G
  4. 4. Mobile Side Evolution
  5. 5. Phone transformed into Smart Phones• Till 2003, mobile was primarily used for voice and SMSs• The smartphone has advanced computing capability andconnectivity and provide highly interactive interface foraccessing high speed datao Some of the phone boasts quad core processorso Always connected world - GPS, Integrated web browsers, SocialNetworking, IMs, Compact HD Camera etco On the go computing and entertainment : Email Access , Networkgaming , Integrated media player• Advanced APIs on smartphones for running third-partyapplications• By 2017, the average smartphone will generate 2.7GB of datatraffic a month – almost a tenfold growth from today
  6. 6. Evolution of Mobile AppsSimplecommunication needsDevice specific needs PC/Laptop complementing needs1st PhaseEmbeddedsystem onmobile deviceLimitedfunctionalityExample :Calculators2nd phaseDevice specificbundled appsLimited usercapability toload new appsExample: FM Radio3rd phaseOS specificappsDownload andrun apps fromdevice appstoreExample: Mediaplayers4th phaseCloud basedapps, Mobiledevices needto be alwaysonlineExample: Onlinegaming5th phaseCloud basedcontext awareappsApps initiatepredictive actionsUser can customize devices as perown preferenceApps proactively customizedevices by studying user patternsVery limitedcustomization allowed
  7. 7. Android: The platform for Mobile App• Open source platform• Full of features and highly scalable• Based on Linux platform• Reduces time to market• No restrictions on licensing• 700K App available in the market• 10 Billion app download49%35%5%3%7% 1%Mobile Apps DistributioniOSAndroidBlackberrySymbianWindowsOthersAndroid72%iOS14%RIM5%Bada3%Symbian3%Microsoft2%Others1%Mobile OS Distribution
  8. 8. Technology End Evolution
  9. 9. Factors driving technology evolution• Higher data rate requirements– Mobile broadband has surpassed desktop Internet– Media Streaming , Network gaming and video conferencing• Reduced Latency for Real time applications– Always connected paradigm for applications like IMs and facebook• Rapid growth in the number of mobile subscribers– Mobile subscribers penetration increased from 12% to 68% in lastdecade• Reduces cost per bit through improved spectral efficiency• High performance mobile computing requirements• Scalable architecture to support cost effective solution– Reduction in telecom infrastructure upgrade cost
  10. 10. Wireless Technology Evolution2/2.5G3G3G HSPA+4G LTELTEAdvancedMarket Impact 2000 2006 2009 2010 2016Peak Rate 172 kbps 7 Mbps 42 Mbps ~150 Mbps ~1 Gbps010002000300040005000600070008000SubscribersinMillion4G3G2/2.5G• 4.3 billion mobile subscribers• 1.5 billion 3G mobile broadband subscribers
  11. 11. Growth Story of Mobile Industry• Over next 4 years mobile industry will invest– $793 billion in capital and contribute $2.7 trillion to public funding globally– Mobile connections would reach 9.1 billion by 2015– Mobile industry workforce is expected to grow to about 10 million globallyby 2015– Access revenue are growing quicker than any other segment51%15%11%12%7% 4%% Mobile Revenue distributionInfrastructureDevicesMessagingVASVoiceOTT• Mobile app revenue is expectedto rise 62% this year to $25billion– Will be $35 billion by 2017• Mobile gaming is expected totick $15 billion by 2015
  12. 12. Conclusion• Phones will transform to Smartphones in next coupleof years• Android is the choice of mobile OS in future• Mobile Apps will change the way people live their lives• There will be rapid migration from 2/2.5G to 3G/ LTE bythe mobile subscribers world wide• Most of the jobs in communication sector will begenerated by 3G/LTE and Android world
  13. 13. References• http://www.nielsen.com/us/en/newswire/2010/smartphones-to-overtake-feature-phones-in-u-s-by-2011.html• http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2013/feb/07/mobile-internet-outnumber-people• http://sites.tcs.com/insights/perspectives/enterprise-mobility-telecommunications-telecom-technology-evolution• http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2237315• http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mobile_software_distribution_platforms• http://www.forbes.com/sites/connieguglielmo/2013/02/06/cisco-mobile-data-shows-surge-in-smartphone-users-4g-usage/• http://www.gsma.com/newsroom/gsma-research-demonstrates-that-mobile-industry-is-creating-a-connected-economy• http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323293704578334401534217878.html• http://www.pipelinepub.com/emerging_markets/mobile_gaming
  14. 14. ProfEdge SolutionsProprietary & Confidential. © ProfEdge Solutions Pvt. Ltd.• A Venture by Seasoned Telecom ProfessionalsWho we are?• Talent development company acting as finishingschool for IT graduatesWhat we do?• An array of learning and training solutions tostudents, institutes and corporateWhat we offer?Our Mission:"To empower fresh engineering graduates with applied technical knowledgeand build a talent supply chain of Industry ready IT software professionals."For any queries, please contact deepesh.aggarwal@profedge.inFor more info please visit: www.profedge.in
  15. 15. Thanks for your time