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Broadband Xchange presentation
m.Net Facilitating the
Development and
Commercialisation of
Applications
Professor Reg Coutts
University of Adelaide
[email protected]
Director, Technology Strategy
m.Net Corporation
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m.Net Consortium
ADELAIDE
UNIVERSITY
AUSTRALIA
chimo
Medical
Communications
Associates
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Stimulating Broadband Mobile
Applications Industry
Market Based
Programs
Developer
Programs
Infrastructure
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Incubating Application Developers
• Network(s) to trial applications with customers
– 3G WB-CDMA “precinct”
– Citilan WiFi Operational Network
• Aggregation Gateways
– SMS and MMS gateway
– 3G Portal
• Club for Developers - Gallery 4
– Development platforms
• Nextenzo, Brew
• Seminars, technology support, access to seed $
• Channels to the carriers
• University Sponsored Applications
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WB-CDMA (3G) Network
3G Network
Coverage
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The Extended Network
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Wi-Fi Hotspot Network
Commercial Launch
17 September 2003
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Premium SMS Aggregation
O/S
Telstra
MinTran
HTTP
House Price
SMPP
Optus
SMS
Gateway
Vodafone
Charging
Proxy
Coastal Watch
Tarot
WI FI Access
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3G Concept Portal
User Behaviour Research
Games
Local Content
3G Portal
Videos
Training
Local and Overseas Content Partners
News/wx
Cartoons
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Gallery 4
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Gallery 4
HealthSpring
Games
LBS
House Price
MiniTran
Used Car
Finder
Tarot
Market
Research
App
Virtual
Tourist
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Rich Media Applications
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m.Net 3G Portal
• Choice Magazine
• Steve Whitham Media
• Australian Film Corporation
• SA Museum,
• Botanic Gardens
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Case Examples
• MiniTran - Kukan Studios (Adelaide)
– Focus: “innovation mobile (location based) applications”
– m.Net role: Channel to clients
• Healthspring - MDA (Adelaide)
– Focus: “mobile clinician”
– m.Net role: Consortium member, development support with Telstra
• Amnesia (Sydney)
– Focus: “innovative mobile networked games”
– m.Net role: Contract development
• Monkey Physics (Adelaide)
– Focus: “3G games”
– m.Net role: Industry links, Government grants
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Sponsored Applications
Development by Students
• Exploits GPS location in taxis
• User has 3G and able to Follow Progress
• Complete User Control
• Avoids Operator peak time “Bottleneck”
• Evolution from SMS
• “Pull” coupons from add
• “Push” coupons from data base
• Have trialed at Uni Cafeteria
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Summary
• m.Net - A Consortium for Collaboration to
Foster Application Development
– Convergent Infrastructure
• WLAN Operational Network
• 3G Test bed
– Application Developers in Gallery 4
• Development and Aggregation platforms
– Premium SMS Gateway
– 3G Portal
– Nextenzo and Brew
– Innovation Applications by University Students
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