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Issue #2003 - 06 (February 2003)
(Updated Feb. 20, 2003)


Wireless in the Enterprise Looking Up

Kinetic Information estimates that worldwide wireless enterprise interoperability (EIO) revenues will total over $80 billion by 2006, rising by $70.5 billion from 2003. Kinetic believes there are three main aspects to wireless EIO - enterprise solutions, accounting for $18.8 billion in 2006, telecom services, accounting for $25.2 billion and personal device solutions, accounting for $36.7 billion. 

Kinetic believes there is strong potential for wireless EIO thanks to the promise of wireless and mobile computing.

IDC also believes in a strong future for wireless and mobile computing, estimating that spending on worldwide wireless and mobile network infrastructure will rise by $10.7 billion between 2002 and 2007, totaling $49 billion by 2007. 

Learn more about the potential for wireless services in North America with eMarketer's North American Wireless Market report. 

Source: Kinetic Information 
For more information: http://www.kinetic.com

MobileInfo Comments and Advisory: Many analysts support brighter outlook for wireless data in the enterprise. Our discussion with the wireless service providers tell us that they too have started realizing that consumer wireless data will take a back seat to the enterprise in the short to medium term. In the long term, it will probably be what service providers wanted to be true in the short-term i.e. consumer wireless Internet to take off. We always felt that enterprise will come before the consumer.

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