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1 Author(s)
D. Friebel ; Nokia GmbH-Nokia Research Center

Summary form only given, as follows. Everyone is becoming increasingly mobile. The wide adoption of technologies such as mobile phones, laptop computers and personal digital assistants are good examples of this. We expect immediate access to information from a wide variety of online sources. These market dynamics are driving us towards a future where users will be able to handle all types of information and services. Mobile Information Society is: (1) Mobility and the Internet are the drivers; (2) Work is no longer a place - it is wherever you need to be; (3) Mobile access to information and services solves real business problems and will improve the quality of life; (4) Solutions which enable mobility are available today; (5) Nokia has the global presence and the key core competencies in mobility and in the enabling technologies required for mobility; (6) Nokia will lead the way to the Mobile Information Society "and putting the Internet in everyone??s pocket."

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Computer Design, 2000. Proceedings. 2000 International Conference on

Date of Conference:

17-20 Sept. 2000