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Microsoft Mobility Tackles Hard Issues
"Wireless Routers - A Market Waiting to Happen?" profiles the product development and go-to-market strategies of twelve Wireless Router vendors and looks at some of the advanced features demanded by today's data network operators.
The October edition, Microsoft Mobility Tackles Hard Issues, analyzed Microsoft's wireless market-entry strategy and assesses the implications for the mobile data value chain. The links below provide samples of the information provided in the report:
Table of Contents (1002toc.pdf)
Wireless Operators referenced in this report:
AT&T Wireless (NYSE: AWE), mmO2 (L:OOM), Orange (L: OGE), Telefonica Moviles SA (NYSE: TEM), Telstra (NYSE: TLS), Vodafone Group PLC (NYSE: VOD), Korea Telecom (Korea: Kosdaq), T-Mobile International, Cingular Wireless, Verizon Wireless.
Handset Suppliers referenced in this report:
Nokia Corp (NYSE: NOK), Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT), Siemens AG (NYSE: SI) Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd (Korea: SEC), Psion Ltd. (L: PON), Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE: HPQ), Palm Inc. (Nasdaq: PALM), Handspring Inc. (Nasdaq: HAND), Casio Computer Co. Ltd. (XETRA: CACT), Sendo Ltd.
Mobility remains the smallest part of Microsoft's business. Revenues from the firm's core product groups are summarized and compared here. (1002prod.pdf)
A summary of Microsoft's mobility-related product range can be found here. The extract shows that mobility crosses product group boundaries. (1002feat.pdf)
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