Empowering the mobile lifestyle!
More people will utilize the Internet through wireless devices than wired
access in two years. The primary applications will be email, messaging,
scheduling, phonebooks, exchange of information and personalized content.
NotWired empowers the mobile generation. Here is what others project about
the impact of mobile computing...
- Worldwide wireless subscribers will grow from slightly over 400 million
subscribers in 1999 to 1 billion in 2002. IDC, Feb. 2000.
- There will be 21.3 million mobile data users in the U.S. by the end
of 2001. Yankee Group, Dec. 1999.
- 2002 revenues for wireless Internet applications alone could reach
$37.5 billion. Killen & Associates.
- By 2000, 75% of business users will require remote or mobile capabilities.
- According to ARC Group, the top applications will be messaging,
checking personal information, collaboration, content, chat and email.
NotWired directly services this marketplace today.
- The opportunity for wireless data communication in the United States
is huge, with 25.3 million of the 112.1 million workforce having mobile
job requirements, but growth will be slow and steady. The Gartner
Group, The Dataquest Market Analysis Perpective, "Wireless
Data in the United States: Pieces of the Puzzleare Missing, but the
Picture is Taking Shape".
- There will be about 16.7 million wireless portal users in Europe's
top 15 markets by the end of 2000, according to a new study released
by The Strategis Group. It also says that 2.5G and 3G deployment
in the 2002 to 2003 timeframe will mean that the number of wireless
portal users in Europe should be about 184 million by 2005.
- Currently there are 35 million wireless data subscribers in Europe
according to the ARC Group, a UK-based telecommunications analyst
firm. This figure is expected to increase to 310 million across Europe
by the year 2005.