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Published on February 12, 2008

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The WLAN and Mobile Relationship:  The WLAN and Mobile Relationship Francis Wong Founder Chairman – Infobiz Group May 2002 The Infobiz Group:  The Infobiz Group Trident Telecom Ventures Limited (TTV) The very first Full MVNO in HK Focused on business travelers and selected niche markets Launched service in Jan 2002 Media Syndication Limited (MSL) Broadband access service provider Bandwidth reseller Applications developer Network management and content service Agenda:  Agenda How is WLAN and mobile phone related? For whom the bell tolls? Should CNO provide WLAN? Synergizing WLAN and mobile The Business Mobile or Road Warrior package Hotspot Demonstration Wi-Fi vs Mobile Positioning:  Wi-Fi vs Mobile Positioning Bandwidth High Low Mobility High Low Wi-Fi UMTS GPRS Bluetooth Feature Comparison:  Feature Comparison A Comparative Review :  A Comparative Review WLAN and Mobile are two completely different products – almost no similarity The great debate of “friend or foe” is over-rated. The real common factor is that the user of both devices could be the same persons Time, Space and Purpose dictates the choice of device For Whom the Bell Tolls:  For Whom the Bell Tolls In a Hong Kong context, our estimate is: WLAN Deployment:  WLAN Deployment Personal – in home and small offices Office LAN extension Enterprise solution – hotel facilities, airline club lounges, university campus etc Public WLAN service – public areas such as airport waiting area, coffee shops etc. Much of the discussion on WLAN service refers to commercial, public service. Challenges to WLAN Service:  Challenges to WLAN Service Billing and collection Network security Coverage Roaming? Difficulty in setting up Duration of service Replacements – SMS, GPRS, 3G, MEmail Competing non-WISP operators Should CNO provide WLAN?:  Should CNO provide WLAN? WLAN is not a CNO agenda Hard to ignore, therefore … Could this be a factor for Smartone to operate WFTNS? Fact is: the WLAN and mobile network has nothing in common Reasons for: WLAN is an indispensable part of the customer service package Problem: Can this be billed and will customer expectation be realistic. An Anecdote :  An Anecdote Public, ubiquitous WLAN service reminds me of CT2, or DECT CT2 failed because it was a locality service positioned to be “near-mobile”. DECT never became a public service because it is understood to be a fixed extension. We are inclined to take WLAN as a “building annex”, or “locality service”. Take the hotel for example. CNO Strategic Advantage:  CNO Strategic Advantage The ubiquitous nature Small, reliable handheld device Easier operations, even for mobile e-mail, than WLAN The focus should be on easy e-mail access, such as Blackberry. E-mail should account for 70% of the reason for internet access EIMS, or Trident’s MEmail is such product Synergizing WLAN and Mobile:  Synergizing WLAN and Mobile Radio + Cassette = Radio Cassette an evergreen product, because recorded materials and broadcast materials do not defeat each other, both are wants WLAN and Mobile could be combined: e.g Handspring CNO can expand mobile service to replace WLAN – GPRS, 3G, Blackberry and Trident’s EIMS Live Demonstration:  Live Demonstration Thank you very much!:  Thank you very much! Francis Wong, Chairman, Infobiz Limited, www.infobiz.com.hk; francis@infobiz.com.hk The Road Warrior Package:  The Road Warrior Package Basic voice, Low cost IDD Low roaming charges via multi-jurisdiction service EIMS (Enhanced Integrated Messaging Service) or MEmail® Receive email over SMS Text-to-speech Send SMS to phone or email Send voicenote to phone or email Broadcast possible A parallel copy is always in the e-mail account No special device required

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