Mobile email - Many ways to push the message
Every new week brings along press releases of latest agreements between mobile operators and wireless email providers. The players of the mobile email branch have been consolidating during the past years. New business models and solutions have emerged.
Research agency Gartner estimates that about 20.5 per cent of telco revenues will come from data by 2008. The current industry estimates are 10 per cent thanks to the success of SMS, ringtones and music: With its proven popularity on the desktop, email can become the additional revenue earner, as already has happened in South Korea and Japan. Additionally, the mobile enterprise email can offer vast opportunities to the players on the market.
The next MobileMonday will talk about the animated business of Mobile Push Email.
The following key players of the game will discuss the market, technologies, opportunities and business models:
RIM - Blackberry
Additionally, Weathernews International (WNI) will tell briefly about how they use push email to offer value-added weather services to their thousands of subscribers in Asia.
Etnoteam's Marco Zamperini will be the moderator of the presentations and the discussion thereafter.
Time and place: 6th February 2006, aperitivo-time 18:30 - 21.
Center of Milano (register for further details).
Admission: FREE, but online registration is required.
Free drinks to the first 100 registered.
The year 2006 will surely be a technology race, as new broadband licenses, new networks like WiMAX and WiBro, wireless IP telephones, and convergence will take off and force a massive change in the global, as well as Italian, wireless business.
MoMo will be right there bringing you together with the coolest companies, the most interesting people and the most significant technologies.
To keep up with the pace, MoMo will discuss the Metroscale Networks (WiMAX, WiBro & co.) in Rome on the 6th March - more details coming soon.