[Mobile Monday Bangalore] MoMo Sept
Tue Sep 26 16:20:11 IST 2006
Very good suggestions. I am sure others would have more (IMS,
anyone?). So, lets have the suggestions pouring in.
>From the operators perspective, I understand (based on a few private
communications) that some of our operators spend pennies on their
billing systems as against US operators who spend dollars on their
billing systems. How are operators achieving this efficiency? Can
this efficiency be translated to other areas of network opex? Etc!
Lets also try and get speakers from some of our local startups that
are working on new wireless and mobile-apps technologies. We have
already heard Sujay (the very first presentation on various wireless
technologies). It would be good to get similar other speakers.
Finally, I also wanted to say that if anyone has contacts in any of
our big (or small) IT companies (Wipro, Infy, TCS, Mindtree, Satyam,
etc) we should try and get speakers from there too. These guys (the
IT company guys) might not be developing products that they are
selling themselves, but, based on various rumors, they are doing some
real cutting edge work (design and development) for their clients. I
am not sure how much these IT companies can reveal given the
legalities, but, it would be worth a shot.
--- Rajiv rajiv_poddar at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I would like to add a few more topics to the list
> * MuniWiFi in Bangalore/India (i know a pilot project going on it
> but dont know who's doing it)
> * UMA
> * 3G in India. Issues, predictions etc.
> * Mobile TV (DD is planning a launch in India)
> We did attempt to move beyond VAS this time around. Hopefully next
> time we can cover the Telecom Operators perspective.
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Mahesh Shirgaonkar mahesh_shirgaonkar at yahoo.com>
> To: Rajiv rajiv_poddar at yahoo.com>; bangalore at mobilemonday.in;
> momobangalore at yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Tuesday, 26 September, 2006 2:22:31 PM
> Subject: Re: [Mobile Monday Bangalore] MoMo Sept
> Hi everyone,
> I was wondering if we need to move beyond VAS. I understand that
> past three events have focused on VAS. I realize that this is
> "potentially" a big business opportunity that would be very
> attractive to a lot of would-be entreps, but, I was wondering if
> people would we be interested in exploring other areas like:
> * OMA
> * SDP (service delivery platforms)
> * Service provider challenges
> * Taking mobile services to rural india (if anyone is at all
> interested in this topic)
> * Wireless devices and equipment
> * Wireless gaming (VAS beyond news, movie clips and coupons)
> * Etc?
> More importantly, it would be interesting to explore the wireless
> mobile ecosystem in Blr (and in India, if possible) in terms of
> doing what and why, what are the key challenges they face, etc.
> Just a thought. Your opinions/comments/ideas welcome.
> --- Rajiv rajiv_poddar at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We just concluded the Sept event of MoMo yesterday evening. Here
> > a short writeup on that.
> > http://bangalore.mobilemonday.in/2006/09/26/momo-sept/
> > Thanks to all those who attended. Hope to see you there next
> > Regards,
> > Rajiv.
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