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Internet Phones The End to End Solution Wireless I.T. ‘99 Dave Marutiak Business Development Manager Wireless Telephony Business Unit Microsoft Windows 98 Windows 2000 Visual Studio Desktop Windows NT Embedded Windows CE Platform Builder Intelligent appliance

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internet phones the end to end solution wireless i t 99

Internet PhonesThe End to End SolutionWireless I.T. ‘99

Dave Marutiak

Business Development Manager

Wireless Telephony Business Unit

Microsoft

slide2

Windows 98

Windows 2000

Visual Studio

Desktop

Windows NT Embedded

Windows CE

Platform Builder

Intelligent appliance

Micro-browsers

Smart Cards

Services

Smart object

Information Access

Servers

slide3

Windows 98

Windows 2000

Visual Studio

Desktop

Windows NT Embedded

Windows CE

Platform Builder

Intelligent appliance

Micro-browsers

Smart Cards

Services

Servers

Smart object

Relative Roles

+ISVs – Value

added software

+OEMs and IHVs

Platform hardware, other components

End Users

Microsoft’s Software

Platforms

pavilion partners
Pavilion Partners
  • Compaq – Wireless LAN
  • Socket – Phone cards for GSM, CDMA
  • WirelessKnowledge – Revolv
  • AvantGo – Avantgo.com, Enterprise Server
  • LiveMind – WishPad Synch and Wireless
  • MobileQ.com - MobileQ.com Software Platform
pavilion partners cont
Pavilion Partners (cont)
  • SmartServ Online - Pocket IQ
  • Infowave Software - Infowave for the Net, Infowave for Exchange, Symmetry
  • GoAmerica - Wireless ISP
  • Sierra Wireless - Air Card 300
  • BellSouth - Wireless Data Network
  • RIM - BlackBerry Service
market directions

Market Directions

Wide Variety of Devices

Wide Variety of Content

Wide Variety of Connectivity Options

slide7

Which Path Will It Take?

Phones are with you, so they grow larger screens over time

Sweet

Spots

Palm sized devices are more useful, so they grow wireless

slide8

How Many Will There Be?

Sweet

Spot?

Neopoint

ISVs

Casio

Ericsson

Denso

Nintendo

Epson

Palm

Nokia

device categories
Device Categories
  • Basic services phone (voice only)
  • Feature Phone (on-line functionality only)
  • Smart Phone (on/off-line functionality)
  • PC Companions (e.g., Palm PC, Handheld PC)
  • Horizontal Devices (e.g., automotive)
  • Vertical Devices (e.g., trucking fleets)
msn mobile objective

WebTV

Pagers

Mobile Phones

Palm PCs

Laptops

AutoPC

Kiosks

Desktop PCs

MSN Mobile - Objective
  • Give mobile users best-in-class services that provide users optimized accessto their information & relevant content anywhere, anytime and on any device
  • Provide open platform that integrates carrier and 3rd-party services to ensure differentiation
msn mobile strategy cont
MSN Mobile Strategy (Cont.)
  • Provide a platform for integrating MSN and carrier or 3rd-party services
  • Private labeling, co-branding
  • Platform supports:
    • Passport
    • Synchronization
    • Personalization
    • Aggregation
  • PC as management console for wireless services

Investor

Expedia

Sidewalk

Hotmail

Address bk

Carrier

3rd Party

Platform

properties
Hotmail

Email

Contact List

Expedia

Directions

Itinerary

Travel Information

Investor

Quotes

Business Headlines

Sidewalk

Directory

Entertainment Listings

MSNBC & Partners

Local News

National News

Weather

Sports

Entertainment

Properties
what will the content be
What will the content be?

Mobile

HTML

(Medium)

Wireline

HTML

(Heavy)

Mobile

HTML

(Light)

Today’s providers

of content to mobile

devices face a

growing problem!

Mobile

CHTML

Mobile

WML

xml xsl
XML/XSL

XSL

For WAP

Phones

XML

Pages

XSL

For HTML Phones

XSL

For CHTML

Phones

The W3C has provided

the long term solution

XSL for TVs

trends and forecast groupware seats
Trends and Forecast: Groupware Seats

Source: Gartner Group

By 2000 groupware seats will double to reach 110 million seats

enabling corporate access
Enabling Corporate Access
  • Available today via many of our partners, as seen in the Pavilion
  • Moving to explicit support at the platform level of our products:
    • Windows 2000
    • Exchange 2000 Server
    • Active Directory
  • Moving to software as a service:
    • Scalability and reliability improvements
    • Carrier hosting options
mobile access to corporate data

PDAs

Laptops

With

Modems

Wireless

PDAs

Smartphones

Desktop

LAN, Cable, Wireline

Auto PC

Phones with

Browsers

  • Web Access
  • Kiosks
  • Smart TVs
  • Friends Computer

Two Way

Pagers

Phones Connected to

Laptops and CE Devices

Mobile Access to Corporate Data
scalable platform
Scalable Platform

Extension of

Desktop

  • Data Intensive“Vertical” Applications
  • Full E-mail - attachments
  • Access to the “Web” - graphics
  • Full Desktop “Synchronization”
  • Interactive“Vertical” Applications

Interactive

  • PIM
  • Selective E-mail, Fax, Voice
  • Voice Integration
  • Query Web Sites/Intranets
  • Interactive paging
  • Acknowledgment
  • Broadcast

Alerts

  • Alphanumeric
  • Voice paging
  • Numeric
product directions clients

Product DirectionsClients

PC Companion Connectivity

Microbrowser Technologies

Phone Operating Systems

Automotive Applications

Smart Card Offerings

slide20

Wireless Communications Kit

  • CF card and connection cables from vendors (such as Socket Communications)
  • CD ROM that includes:
    • Set-Up Wizards
    • Web/Email/Content clients
    • ActiveSync 3.0
  • Supports PPCs and HPCs
  • Lower retail prices
  • Carrier branded/distributed
  • Supporting a wide variety of protocols and carriers
slide21

Wireless PPC/HPCs

  • Wireless TCP/IP
  • Bluetooth capabilities
  • Pocket Internet Explorer
  • IMAP4 Email Access
  • Server side synchronization
  • Tunneling protocols (PPTP)
  • SMS/Push Notification capabilities
  • And future capabilities such as:
    • Multi-mode microbrowsers
    • GPRS capabilities
popular palm pc services
Popular Palm PC Services
  • Video Clips
  • Fan’s Zines
  • Audio Player

Casio E100

  • Maps
  • Gaming
slide23

Browsers Vary by Clients

MS Microbrowser (HTML/HTTP or WML/WSP)

Pocket Internet Explorer (HTML / HTTP)

Internet Explorer (HTML XML / HTTP)

mmt v1 features
MMT V1 Features
  • Configurable start/launch pages
  • Support simple HTML text display
  • Browsing and link selection
  • Direct connection to web servers
  • Favorites/bookmarks
  • Cookies
  • vCard, and interface to in-phone directory
  • Multilanguage support with run-time selection
  • Alerting - Support for SMS 1-way/URL launching
  • OEM & User Configuration options
wireless product adaptation kit
Wireless Product Adaptation Kit
  • The WPAK is the integration environment for OEMs to incorporate MMT into products
  • There is no charge for the WPAK or MMT
  • WPAK includes:
    • Full source code for MicroBrowser
    • Fully documented isolation APIs
    • Emulation software
    • Test suites
    • Localization software
  • OEMs and ISVs have considerable flexibility in building new devices and clients
what about wap
What about WAP?
  • Microsoft joined WAP as vendor/ISP
  • Microsoft has clear goals for participating in the WAP Forum:
    • meet customer needs and directions
    • actively work to evolve WAP
    • convergence with Internet standards
    • support for existing content formats
    • end to end solutions for customers
  • Both W3C and WAP have agreed to work towards wireless convergence
mmt v2
MMT V2
  • WML/WAP support
  • Dual mode (HTML/WML) browser
  • Graphics support, color support
  • Additional offline data access
  • Associated applications support
  • etc.
slide29

Network Topologies

WAP = Applications + Gateway + MicroBrowser

WAP Gateway

App/Web Server

(Exchange/MCIS)

WAP MicroBrowser

Binary

WML

W3C Architecture = Applications + MicroBrowser

App/Web Server

(Exchange/MCIS)

HTML MicroBrowser

HTML/XML

smart p hone technology
Smart Phone Technology
  • On/Off-line functionality
  • Device consolidation w/PDA + phone + pager in single device
  • Rich multimedia and Internet applications
  • Standards based microbrowser technology
  • Optimized Windows CE OS
  • Next generation network (2.5 and 3G) ready
what are these phones
What are these phones?
  • No, we’re not announcing we’ll build phones
  • Microsoft has built a few dozen phones:
    • using off the shelf hardware components
    • GSM was selected due to the size and availability of RF modules
  • We will use these phones
    • to demonstrate prototypes for OEMs and carriers
    • conduct internal trials
    • develop service concepts
    • usability testing
summary of microsoft phone products
Summary of Microsoft Phone Products

Today:

Microbrowsers

Feature Phones

In the works:

Dual Modes for Operating Systems

Feature Phones for Smart Phones

Wireless

OS

Wireless

OS

HTML and WAP

Microbrowser

HTML

Microbrowser

WAP

Real Time OS

RTOS

RTOS

Bearer Channels (CDMA, TDMA, GSM, PDC, PHS, etc.)

pc companions frequently used in cars
PC Companions FrequentlyUsed in Cars
  • Personal Information
    • Not location dependent
    • Same as my PC Comp
    • PIM, Email, etc.
  • Automotive Specific
    • Navigation
    • Traffic
    • Diagnostics
  • Location Based Information
    • Retail locations
    • Shopping opportunities
    • Advertising
two auto subnetworks
Two Auto Subnetworks
  • A system for controlling and monitoring the vehicle’s functions
  • A system to integrate information and entertainment devices

plus….

  • A system to provide wireless communications with the world
auto pc capabilities
Auto PC Capabilities
  • Forms/region manager
  • Audio manager
  • Tuner control
  • Vehicle I/O
  • Speech recognition
  • Position/navigation
  • CD file system
  • Critical Process Manager
  • Address Book
  • Power Management
  • Inbox
  • Infrared
  • Telephony control
  • Common GUI Controls
  • Wave I/O
  • CD Changer
  • Core Windows CE

Guinness Book of World Records 1999, pp 274

slide38

AutoPC Directions

  • Larger screens, built in at factories
  • Games and other entertainment
    • DVD video
    • MS Audio
  • Connectivity and synchronization
    • Laptops, PDAs, desktop, servers via Irda, CF, wireless (cellphone, bluetooth, paging networks)
  • In-Car Network : wired or wireless
    • Portable devices can communicate
  • Speech Recognition
    • Continuous, conversational interaction
    • Dictation
smart card products
Smart Card Products

A logical extension to Windows, enabling

developers to build smart

card applications for:

  • Corporate IT
  • Medical
  • Mobile Phone
  • Personal ID
  • Travel and Entertainment
  • Credit/Debit/ECash
value chain proven model
Value Chain: Proven Model

Business

  • Application
  • Developer
  • ISV
  • Issuer

Embedder

  • Card Manufacturer
  • Chipmaker

Issuer

  • Service Bureau
  • In-house

Bus.

Apps

Back Office

  • SC for Windows
  • Outlook
  • Internet Explorer
  • Personalization
  • Application Management

SC for Windows

  • Configurable OS
  • Simulator
  • VB tools and RTE

Chip

Mask

windows smart card

Windows 95/98

Windows NT

Visual Studio

PC/SC

Kiosks-BackOffice;

Windows NT

Windows CE

Devices

HTML

Existing systems

STB/Internet

Terminals -

IE, Hotmail

Dial Up Networking

Intranet access

Windows Smart Card
focus on solutions
Focus on Solutions
  • A logical extension to Windows for developers to build applications for
    • Corporate IT
      • Secure log on, Dial up Networking
    • Internet Companion
      • Secure Web access
    • Personal and Medical ID
    • Credit/Debit
    • Ecash
    • Loyalty
gsm sim card support
GSM SIM Card Support
  • Support for GSM 11.11 and 11.14
    • Native SIM libraries configured in during solution manager
    • SIM Toolkit API support through extensions within smart card Run-Time Environment
  • Same mature toolchain
  • Ships with Option Pack in 1Q ’00
  • Products shipping in Q1 ’00
supporting carrier deployments
Supporting Carrier Deployments
  • Wireless Knowledge
  • BellSouth Wireless Data
  • British Telecom Phase 1
    • Focus on Feature Phones
  • British Telecom Phase 2
    • Focus on Smart Phones
  • NTT DoCoMo
    • Focus on Corporate Access
  • Deutsche Telekom MobilNet
lan and pan directions
LAN and PAN Directions
  • 802.11 - business applications
    • 2-11M speeds (and ever higher)
    • Already supported within Windows CE
  • homeRF - consumer applications
    • .8-1.6 M speeds
  • Bluetooth - replace IR and tethers
    • 1M for consumer and business apps

Enabling many new devices, services, and application classes

summary
Summary
  • Microsoft continues to ramp up our commitment to wireless telephony:
    • Wireless Knowledge services
    • Wireless support for Exchange
    • MSN Mobile content offering
    • Microbrowsers
    • Phone operating systems
    • Automobile applications
    • Smart cards and SIMs
    • Additional LAN and PAN support