Wireless carriers – and their network partners—are moving beyond being the phone to become Internet companies. This trend is deeper than just AT&T Mobility and Verizon Wireless offering fiber-to-the-home service via their parent companies.
Nokia, the world’s largest handset manufacturer, has grand plans to become a multimedia company, as does rival Samsung. Motorola has publicly stated it wants customers to have “liquid connectivity,” where content is transferred seamlessly from your home TV to the cellphone in your hand to the in-dash entertainment system in your car.
Everyone is watching this marriage of mobility and the Internet to see if it will be as fruitful as industry imagines.
This article is resume of RCRWireless whitepaper.