Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC) Market Shares, Market Forecasts, and Market Strategies,

2008-2014

Table of Contents

Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC) Executive Summary  1

Push to Talk Services Implement IP Session Control ES-1

Push to Talk Service As An Integral Part Of An IP

Multimedia Communication Portfolio  ES-3

PTT Session Management ES-4

3G Deployments Support IP Applications  ES-5

Push To Talk Is Powerful As A Technology  /  Works Like A Browser ES-5

Impact of Style on Push Technology Handsets  ES-6

Enterprise Push Technology Data Messaging

Systems From IBM and Tibco  ES-7

Interoperability With The Next Generation Products  ES-7

Push-To-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) Reliability  ES-7

Motorola Seamless End-To-End POC Services: ES-8

Push to Talk Market Driving Forces  ES-9

Push To Talk Mobile Phone Infrastructure Markets  ES-12

Push To Talk Mobile Phone Infrastructure Market Shares  ES-12

Push To Talk Mobile Phone Infrastructure and Subscriber

Market Forecasts  ES-13

Push to Talk Subscribers and Subscriber Revenue  ES-16

 

 

1. Push to Talk Market Dynamics, Market Services, and Market Description   1-1

1.1   Sprint Push-to-Talk  1-1

1.1.1    Sprint Nextel Qualcomm QChat 1-2

1.1.2    Samsung / Sprint QChat 1-2

1.1.3    Sprint Nextel Direct Connect 1-5

1.1.4    Motorola and Sprint  /  Motorola and Nokia  1-6

1.1.5    Sprint Nextel iDEN Push-to-Talk  1-6

1.2   Kodiak  1-7

1.3   Sonim   1-9

1.4   Internet Broadband Networks  1-9

1.4.1    Google Push to Talk  1-9

1.4.2    Google Internet Services Via Wireless Devices  1-10

1.4.3    AT&T Helps Wireless Business GPS-Enabled,

Location-Based Services Solution  1-11

1.4.4    AT&T's BlackBerry 8800 TeleNav Track  1-12

1.4.5    AT&T's Wireless Business-To- Business PTT  1-12

1.4.6    AT&T Wireless Push to Talk  1-12

1.4.7    Verizon Wireless Push to Talk  1-13

1.4.8    Decline of Wireless Analog Networks  1-13

1.4.9    Sprint Joins Open Handset Alliance  1-13

1.4.10  Sprint restates commitment to iDEN   1-14

1.4.11  Sprint Expands EV-DO Rev. A Network  1-14

1.4.12  Sprint Commercial Availability Of The High

Performance Push-To-Talk Service  1-15

1.4.13  Sprint Push to Talk Fleet Management ROI 1-16

1.4.14  Qualcomm QChat® Push-To-Talk Solution  1-17

1.5   Push-to-Talk (PTT) Communications Services  1-17

1.5.1    PTT Services Move Past Proprietary Network  1-18

1.5.2    Principle Of Communication Behind The

Push To Talk Service  1-18

1.5.3    Push To Talk Service Integral Part Of IP

Multimedia Communication Portfolio  1-20

1.6   OMA Standard Impacts Push-To-Talk Over Cellular  1-20

1.6.1    Push-to-Experience Ecosystem   1-22

1.7   Push-to-Talk Voice Equivalent Of Instant Messaging  1-23

1.7.1    Advances in PTT Bring Interconnectivity Of

Different Networks  1-23

1.8   Fixed-Mobile Convergence  1-24

1.9   Nokia Group Summary of Services  1-26

1.10     Push-To-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) 1-28

1.10.1  PoC Traffic Runs Over IP, Users Can Use Data Compression  1-29

1.11     Push To Talk Two-Way Communication  1-29

1.11.1  Push to Talk Market Definition  1-30

1.11.2  Push To Talk Target Markets  1-31

1.11.3  Push To Talk Service Application Servers Functions  1-32

1.11.4  Calls Started With A Push Of A Key And Connected Directly  1-35

1.12     Push To Talk Real-Time Voice Communications Service  1-36

1.12.1  Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) 1-37

1.13     Push To Talk Functions  1-39

1.13.1  Push To Talk Integrated Hands free Functionality  1-40

1.14     Presence Based Instant Text Service  1-40

1.15     Instant Talk Type Of Services  1-42

1.16     Push to Talk Positioning  1-43

1.17     Push to Talk Handsets  1-44

1.17.1  Sprint Nextel Push to Talk Handsets  1-45

1.18     Kodiak Commercial Handsets for Push to Talk  1-47

1.18.1  ASUS  1-49

1.19     UTStarCom POC Networks  1-49

 

2. Push to Talk (PTT) Market Shares and Market Forecasts  2-1

2.1   Push to Talk Market Driving Forces  2-1

2.1.1    Push-To-Talk Market Goals  2-3

2.1.2    "Push-to-X" 2-8

2.1.3    PTT over Cellular (PoC) 2-8

2.2   Push To Talk Mobile Phone Infrastructure Markets  2-14

2.2.1    Push To Talk Mobile Phone Infrastructure Market Shares  2-14

2.2.2    Push To Talk Mobile Phone Infrastructure Market Forecasts  2-16

2.2.3    Manufacturers of PTT infrastructure  2-17

2.2.4    Kodiak  2-19

2.2.5    Kodiak Strategically Positioned To Leverage

Existing Infrastructure  2-19

2.2.6    Sonim Develops POC   2-20

2.2.7    Sonim   2-20

2.2.8    Motorola  2-20

2.3   Push To Talk Subscriber Market Shares  2-21

2.3.1    Sprint Push to Talk Revenue  2-22

2.3.2    Sprint Nextel 2007 Direct Connect 90 Billion Push-To-Talk Connections  2-25

2.3.3    Sprint 2-26

2.3.4    Push to Talk Services  2-27

2.4   Infrastructure for PTT   2-28

2.4.1    UTStarcom Infrastructure for PTT  2-28

2.4.2    UTStarcom   2-29

2.5   Push To Talk Mobile Phone Market Participants  2-31

2.5.1    Manufacturers of PTT Mobile Phones  2-31

2.5.2    Sonim Technologies  2-32

2.5.3    Kodiak Networks  2-32

2.5.4    Ericsson  2-33

2.6   Push To Talk Costs  2-34

2.6.1    Push to Talk Systems Integration Costs  2-34

2.7   Push to Talk Subscriber Revenue Analysis  2-35

2.7.1    Comparison between POC vs. IDEN performance  2-36

2.7.2    Reasons For Poor Adoption Of PoC Over The World  2-36

2.8   Subscribers By Region  2-37

2.8.1    Discussion of the Push To Talk Market 2-40

2.8.2    Qualcomm and Lucent QChat Call Set-Up Performance And Bandwidth Savings  2-42

2.8.3    Mobile Subscribers  2-43

2.8.4    Push to Talk Handset Shipments  2-44

2.9   GPRS-Based PTT and iDEN PTT Applications  2-47

2.9.1    Push to Talk Applications Analysis  2-50

2.9.2    Small-Screen Rendering Technology  2-53

2.9.3    Sprint / Nextel® Walkie-Talkie Push to Talk Pricing  2-53

2.9.4    MMS  2-70

2.10     Cellular Infrastructure Markets  2-70

2.10.1  Base Station Analysis  2-73

2.10.2  Wireless Infrastructure Segments  2-74

2.10.3  Base Station Controllers BSC Replaced By Radio

Network Controllers RNC In 3 G   2-78

2.10.4  Macro Base Stations  2-81

2.10.5  Node B System Requirements  2-81

2.10.6  Wireless Networks  2-83

2.10.7  Base Station Installation Analysis  2-85

2.10.8  Wireless PAS Network Solutions  2-87

2.11     High Availability High Reliability One to N Base Station Telecommunications Middleware Market Shares  2-90

2.11.1  High Availability One to N Middleware Software For Wireless Base Station Telecommunications Market Shares  2-90

2.11.2  Hughes AIReach  2-92

2.11.3  High Availability High Reliability One to N

Middleware Software For Wireless Base Station

Telecommunications Market Forecasts  2-93

2.11.4  Push To Talk Enterprise Workgroup Market Forecasts  2-96

2.11.5  Affinity Groups Including Business And Consumer Groups  2-100

2.12     Push to Talk Regional Analysis  2-101

2.12.1  Motorola PoC Deployed Across Markets Worldwide  2-101

2.12.2  Clarity PTT Serving The World Of Smallish Carriers  2-102

2.12.3  In Canada  2-102

2.12.4  In Slovakia  2-103

2.12.5  Growth of Chinese Mobile Handset Market 2-103

2.12.6  Wireless Market Regional Analysis  2-106

2.12.7  Nokia and Siemens Dominate The European

Mobile PTT Phone Market 2-107

2.12.8  Adoption In The US Particularly From Sprint 2-107

2.12.9  Driving Forces Of Wireless Infrastructure Market 2-107

 

 

 

3. Push to Talk Cellular (PTT) Product Description   3-1

3.1   Kodiak Networks  3-1

3.1.1    Kodiak Uses The Cellular Voice Channels  -- 

Transit Delay Is On The Order Of 200 Msec  3-2

3.1.2    Kodiak Integrates PTT Function With Cell Phone Operation  3-2

3.1.3    Kodiak Mobile Conferencing  3-4

3.1.4    Kodiak Mobile Messaging  3-4

3.1.5    Kodiak Group SMS  3-5

3.1.6    Kodiak Voice Notes  3-5

3.1.7    Kodiak Presence And Contact Management 3-5

3.1.8    Kodiak Push To Talk  3-6

3.1.9    Alltel Service Provided By Kodiak Networks  3-7

3.2   Sonim   3-9

3.2.1    Sonim ICS Product Benefits  3-10

3.2.2    Sonim Technologies Dispatch Manager 3-12

3.2.3    Sonim Technologies Contact Manager 3-13

3.2.4    Sonim Technologies XPS PoC Manager for Connections  3-16

3.2.5    Sonim Instant Communications Solution (ICS) 3-18

3.3   Qualcomm QChat 3-19

3.4   Nokia Siemens Networks  3-20

3.4.1    Nokia / Siemens3G Femto Home Access Solution  3-23

3.4.2    Nokia And Microsoft To Deliver Windows

Live Services To Millions Of Mobile Customers  3-24

3.4.3    Nokia Siemens Networks’ PoC Solution  3-25

3.4.4    China Mobile Group Beijing Co. Ltd (CMBJ) has

Nokia Siemens Networks Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) Solution  3-26

3.5   Motorola  3-31

3.5.1    Motorola PTT Server Solution  3-33

3.5.2    Motorola IP Multimedia Subsystem – Based PT Solution  3-35

3.5.3    Motorola PTT over Cellular (PoC) 3-36

3.5.4    Motorola Push-To-Talk over Cellular Integrated Handset /

Client / Server Solution  3-38

3.5.5    Motorola Push-To-Talk over Cellular Flexible Configuration  3-38

3.5.6    Motorola Push-To-Talk over Cellular (PoC) Reliability  3-43

3.5.7    Motorola Seamless End-To-End POC Services: 3-43

3.5.8    Motorola PoC Flexible Configuration: 3-44

3.5.9    Motorola Deployment Service: 3-46

3.5.10  Motorola Installation, Integration & Commissioning Service: 3-47

3.5.11  Key Elements Of Motorola Optimization Service  3-50

3.5.12  Motorola PTT Operations Service  3-52

3.5.13  Motorola Network Security Assessment 3-52

3.5.14  Operator Partners Benefit From Motorola PoC Solutions  3-53

3.5.15  Motorola PoC Basic Solution  3-56

3.5.16  Motorola Push-To-Xperience (PTX) 3-57

3.5.17  Motorola Solutions For Small, Medium, Large Operators  3-58

3.5.18  Motorola’s Push-To-Talk Over Cellular

Flexible Billing Solutions  3-59

3.5.19  Motorola iDEN Push To Talk  3-61

3.5.20  Motorola PoC Client For Symbian  3-65

3.6   Airvana Push-to-Talk Software Over EV-DO Network  3-66

3.7   Clarity Communication Systems  3-67

3.7.1    Clarity Communication Systems Hosted

Push-to-Talk (PTT) Presence Services  3-67

3.7.2    Clarity inTouch Push-to-Talk Hosting Solution

For Tier Two And Tier Three CDMA Wireless Carriers  3-68

3.7.3    Clarity inTouch Push-to-Talk System (PTT)

and Location Based Service (LBS) In One Application  3-72

3.7.4    Clarity inTouch Push-to-Talk System Where2Talk Application  3-72

3.7.5    Location-Based Services  3-74

3.8   Celtius Push-to-Talk VAS SDK   3-75

3.9   Research In Motion BlackBerry Devices  3-77

3.9.1    RIM BlackBerry Support Of Major E-Mail

Platforms Exchange, Lotus Notes, and GroupWise  3-78

3.9.2    RIM Sells Into The Enterprise  3-79

3.10     Microsoft Adds Push E-Mail 3-79

3.11     Cisco Model 7921  3-80

3.11.1  Cisco PTT VoIP  3-80

3.12     S2 Technologies Software Verification

Platform for Dual-Mode Wireless Handset 3-81

3.13     Conaito Technologies VoIP Evo  3-81

3.13.1  AT&T BlackBerry Push To Talk PTT  3-83

3.13.2  BlackBerry Curve  3-85

3.13.3  BlackBerry Desktop Software Roxio(R) Media Manager 3-88

3.13.4  Unlimited Cingular Push to Talk Service  3-88

3.14     Ericsson  3-89

3.15     Mobilemonday Shanghai Push to Talk  3-91

3.16     UT StarCom PAS System Specifications  3-92

3.16.1  UTStarcom mSwitch™    3-92

3.16.2  UTStarcom Total Control® 1000 Enhanced Data System   3-92

3.16.3  UTStarcom 8250 Personal Communications

Management System (PCMS) 3-93

3.16.4  UTStarcom Network Migration — from Wireline to Wireless  3-94

3.16.5  UT Starcom iPAS Advantages  3-96

3.16.6  UT Starcom IPAS Mobile Local Loop Solutions  3-98

3.17     Research In Motion BlackBerry Devices  3-101

3.17.1  RIM BlackBerry Support Of Major E-Mail

Platforms Exchange, Lotus Notes, and GroupWise  3-102

3.17.2  RIM Sells Into The Enterprise  3-103

3.18     Microsoft Adds Push E-Mail 3-103

3.19     Cisco Model 7921  3-104

3.19.1  Cisco PTT VoIP  3-104

3.20     S2 Technologies Software Verification

Platform for Dual-Mode Wireless Handset 3-105

3.21     Ericsson  3-110

 

 

4. Push to Talk over Cellular Technology  4-1

4.1       Open Systems  4-1

4.1.1    Open Web Services Technology  4-1

4.1.2    Open Standards To Define A Common Event 4-2

4.1.3    Open Systems  4-2

4.2       Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) 4-3

4.2.1    IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) 4-5

4.2.2    SOA Business Challenge IT Imperative  4-5

4.2.3    Service-Oriented Architecture And Relevant Standards  4-6

4.3       Push to Talk New Standard Required  4-8

4.3.1    Ericsson, Nokia, Motorola and Siemens Collaborated On A PoC Standard For OMA (Open Mobile Alliance) 4-8

4.3.2    Sonim Push to Talk Standards Participation  4-8

4.3.3    Nokia Push to Talk Services Open Standards  4-9

4.3.4    Open Mobile Alliance  4-10

4.3.5    Drive Toward A Consistent IMS Environment Between GSM And CDMA2000  4-11

4.3.6    IMS  4-12

4.3.7    Joint Specification for 3GPP IMS Based Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC) Technology  4-13

4.3.8    PoC Faces Stumbling Block Of Interoperability  4-14

4.4       Testing Push-To-Talk Over Cellular  4-15

4.4.1    Data Packets May Be Delayed Or Re-Ordered  4-18

4.5       UTStarcom iPAS Interconnects With The Existing PSTN   4-19

4.6       Agilent Direct  /  Agilent Open PTT Testing  4-21

4.7       GPRS RTT Call Set-UP  4-23

4.8       Motorola / Nextel Communications Mobile Push To Talk                                     Technology  4-25

4.8.1    Sprint Plans On Implementing Qualcomm's QChat 4-25

4.8.2    Mobile Tornado, Motorola, Nokia, Ericsson, Siemens, Sonim,                          Wireless ZT SIP and RTP protocols  4-25

4.9       700MHz Spectrum   4-26

4.9.1    Google 700MHz Spectrum Positioning  4-27

4.9.2    AT&T and Verizon Wireless 700MHz Spectrum   4-28

4.10     3G Femto Cells  4-28

4.10.1  Multivendor Iu Femto Gateway  4-29

4.11     Jennic Full Duplex Reference Design  4-33

4.12     Wind and Solar Powered Cell Site  4-34

4.13     Push To Talk Technologies  4-36

4.14     Key Technologies  4-39

4.14.1  Java Technology  4-41

4.14.2  Evolving Technologies  4-42

4.14.3  Packet based Networks And Application Wireless Technology  4-47

4.15     Mobile Web Services  4-49

4.16     Mobile Terminal Software Architecture  4-51

4.17     Platforms  4-54

4.17.1  Software Components  4-58

4.17.2  Standards Organizations  4-59

4.18     Ericsson, Nokia and Siemens Unified Solution For Push To Talk                     Over GPRS  4-60

4.18.1  Push To Talk Over GPRS and EDGE Networks  4-61

4.19     IP Multimedia System (IMS) 4-62

4.19.1  Push to talk service  4-63

4.19.2  GPRS and UMTS Stacks  4-63

4.19.3  Node B Application  4-66

4.19.4  Radio Network Control Stack  4-66

4.20     Nokia Series 60 Software Platform   4-67

4.21     Impact Of Text Messaging  4-68

4.21.1  24 Billion SMS Messages  4-72

4.22     SIP  4-72

4.22.1  IP Prepaid Services  4-74

4.22.2  MMS Messaging  4-74

4.22.3  Mobile Commerce  4-76

4.22.4  Transaction Messaging  4-77

4.22.5  Entertainment 4-78

4.22.6  Games  4-78

4.22.7  List Of Mobile Entertainment Functions  4-78

4.23     Corporate Applications  4-80

4.24     WCDMA   4-81

4.25     TETRA (Terrestrial Trunked Radio) 4-81

4.26     EDGE Technology  4-82

4.27     Symbian Applications  4-84

4.28     Dynamic and Shared Memory VS. Static Memory  4-85

4.28.1  Shared Memory  4-86

4.29     Technologies Connecting Terminals, Networks, And                                          Applications  4-87

4.30     Web Services  4-89

4.30.1  SOAP  4-89

4.30.2  SOAP Framework  4-90

4.30.3  Framework For Developing Web Services  4-90

4.30.4  Apache SOAP  4-91

4.30.5  Load balancer with SSL support 4-91

4.30.6  Points Of Failure  4-92

4.30.7  SOAP Limitations  4-93

4.30.8  SOAP Protocol Uses Multi-Step Process  4-93

4.30.9  Framework Benefits  4-94

4.30.10 SOAP Test Strategies  4-94

4.30.11 SOAP Solutions  4-96

4.30.12 WSDL  4-96

4.30.13 WSDL Service Descriptions  4-97

4.30.14 UDDI Registry  4-98

4.30.15 UDDI Test Registries  4-98

4.30.16 UDDI Distributed Web Service Discovery  4-99

4.30.17 UDDI Consortium   4-100

4.30.18 WS-Inspection Document Extensibility  4-100

4.30.19 Language XSLT  4-101

4.30.20 OASIS  4-102

4.30.21 Open Applications Group OAGIS Standards  4-103

4.30.22 Readily Accessible Application-Level Services  4-104

4.31     Mobile Terminal Software Architecture  4-105

4.31.1  Browser Impact On The Mobile Terminal Software  4-106

4.31.2  Photo Exchange  4-107

4.31.3  Games Over I-Mode  4-108

4.32     Mobile Operating System Function  4-108

4.33     Mozilla  4-110

4.33.1  Wireless Industry Java Technology  4-110

4.34     Symbian Multitasking System   4-111

4.34.1  Symbian Multithreading And Co-Operative Multitasking  4-111

4.34.2  Multithreading  4-112

4.34.3  Co-operative multitasking  4-112

4.34.4  Asynchronous Message Oriented Middleware  4-114

4.34.5  IBM WebSphere Middleware Messaging Product De Facto                               Industry Standard  4-115

 

 

5. Push to Talk over Cellular (PTT) Company Profiles  5-1

5.1   Agilent Technologies Extends NgN Analysis System to

End-to-End Management of IMS Services  5-1

5.1.1    Agilent Technologies (NYSE: A) NgN Analysis System   5-1

5.1.2    Agilent's NgN Analysis System   5-2

5.2   AT&T   5-3

5.3   Celtius  5-4

5.3.1    CeltiPoC/Presence Server Suite  5-5

5.3.2    CeltiServers Implement Standard Interfaces  5-7

5.3.3    CeltiPoC/Presence Server Suite Suite Editions and Features  5-7

5.4   Clarity Communication Systems  5-9

5.4.1    Clarity Communication Systems (inTouch) PTT system. 5-9

5.5   Conaito  5-11

5.6   Kodiak Networks (16 live installations) 5-11

5.6.1    Kodiak Connected Portfolio  5-12

5.6.2    Kodiak Conferencing  5-12

5.6.3    Kodiak Messaging  5-12

5.6.4    Kodiak PTT Presence Manager 5-13

5.6.5    Kodiak Customer Base  5-13

5.7   Jennic  5-14

5.8   Mobile Tornado  5-14

5.9   Motorola  5-18

5.9.1    Motorola Customers  5-19

5.9.2    Motorola Products  5-20

5.10     Nokia Siemens Networks  5-33

5.10.1  Nokia Siemens Networks A New Company  5-35

5.11     Qualcomm QChat (1 Live install in the works}  5-38

5.11.1  Qualcomm Push to Talk for WCDMA and EV-DO Chipsets  5-40

5.12     Research In Motion (RIM) 5-40

5.12.1  BlackBerry RIM technology  5-41

5.13     SONIM    5-41

5.13.1  Sonim End-To-End Mobile VoIP Platform   5-41

5.13.2  Sonim Founding Author Of The OMA   5-42

5.13.3  Sonim Enables GSM and CDMA Wireless Data Networks  5-42

5.13.4  Sonim Product Categorization  5-43

5.14     Sprint Nextel 5-44

5.14.1  Sprint Data Services  5-44

5.14.2  Sprint Agreements with Motorola  5-46

5.14.3  Migrating Customers From iDEN to CDMA

Utilizing PowerSource Devices  5-52

5.14.4  Sprint Nextel 5-57

5.15     UTStarcom   5-59

5.15.1  UTStarcom IP Access Innovation  5-60

5.16     WirelessZT (15 Countries / Installations) 5-62

 

List of Tables and Figures

Table ES-1  ES-11

Push to Talk Cellular Market Driving Forces 

Figure ES-2  ES-12

Worldwide Push to Talk Server and Software

Infrastructure Market Shares, Dollars, 2007 

Figure ES-3  ES-13

Worldwide Push to Talk Software and Server

Infrastructure Market Forecasts,  2008-2014 

Table ES-4  ES-14

Worldwide Push to Talk Subscribers 

Market Forecasts, Subscribers and Dollars, 2008-2014 

 

Figure 1-1  1-3

Sprint Samsung FCC QChat Telephones 

Figure 1-2  1-8

Kodiak Networks Commercial Deployments 

Table 1-3  1-27

Nokia Group Summary of Services 

Table 1-4  1-31

Push to Talk Target Markets 

 

Table 1-5  1-34

Push To Talk Service Application Servers Functions 

Table 1-6  1-37

Push To Talk Application Server Functions 

Table 1-7  1-42

Push to Talk Expanded Capabilities 

Table 1-8  1-45

Sprint Nextel Direct Connect handsets 

Figure 1-9  1-46

Sprint Nextel Direct Connect Motorola Handsets 

Figure 1-10  1-48

Kodiak Commercial Handsets for Push to Talk 

 

Table 2-1  2-2

Push to Talk Cellular Market Driving Forces 

Table 2-2  2-5

Push-To-Talk Market Goals 

Table 2-3  2-6

Push-To-Talk Customer Challenges And System Benefits:

Table 2-4  2-9

Number of GSM Connections by Region 

Table 2-5  2-10

Number of 3GSM Connections by Region 

Table 2-6  2-11

Number of Wireless Connections by Technology 

Table 2-7  2-12

Worldwide Wireless Subscriber Connections,

Market Segments By Technology, 2007 

Table 2-8  2-13

Worldwide GSM And CDMA Connections,

Number and Percent, 2007 

Figure 2-9  2-14

Worldwide Push to Talk Server and Software

Infrastructure Market Shares, Dollars, 2007 

Table 2-10  2-15

Worldwide Push to Talk Server and Software Infrastructure

Market Shares, Dollars, 2007 

Figure 2-11  2-16

Worldwide Push to Talk Software and Server Infrastructure

Market Forecasts,  2008-2014 

Table 2-12  2-17

Worldwide Push to Talk Server and Software Infrastructure

Market Forecasts,  2008-2014 

Table 2-13  2-18

Push To Talk PTT and PTT Over Cellular Infrastructure 

Table 2-14  2-22

Worldwide Push to Talk Services 

Market Shares, Dollars, 2007 

Table 2-15  2-24

Sprint Nextel has 49.1 Million subscribers in 2008 

Table 2-16  2-28

Leading Push-To-Talk Solution Direct Connect™ from Sprint Nextel Benefits 

Table 2-17  2-30

Service Provider Build-Out Of The Next Generation 3G Systems 

 

Table 2-18  2-31

Selected Manufacturers of PTT Mobile Phones 

Figure 2-19  2-33

Ericsson Push to Talk Web 2.0 Mobile Services 

Table 2-20  2-38

Worldwide Push to Talk Subscribers 

Market Forecasts, Subscribers and Dollars, 2008-2014 

Table 2-21  2-44

Worldwide Wireless Subscriber Forecasts by Region,

Millions of Subscribers, 2007-2013 

Table 2-22  2-45

Worldwide 2G, 2.5G, and 3G Push to Talk Handset

Market Forecasts, Shipments, 2007-2013 

Figure 2-23  2-46

Worldwide Push to Talk Handset Shipments Market

Forecasts, Units, 2007-2013 

Table 2-24  2-47

Worldwide Push to Talk Handset Market Forecasts,

Shipments, 2007-2013 

Table 2-25  2-48

GPRS-based PTT and iDEN PTT Vertical Sectors

Applications 

Table 2-26  2-49

GPRS-Based PTT Consumer Market Applications  2-49

Table 2-27  2-52

Worldwide Cellular Push to Talk Application Market

Segments, 2008  2-52

 

Table 2-28  2-54

Selected Examples of Sprint / Nextel Power Pack Plans

Including Push to Talk Pricing  2-54

Table 2-29  2-71

Worldwide Cell Sites by Region Market Segments, 2007  2-71

Figure 2-30  2-72

Motorola PTT System Architecture  2-72

Figure 2-31  2-74

Global Wireless Infrastructure Market Segments, 2008  2-74

Table 2-32  2-76

Factors Contributing To Mobile Systems Infrastructure Growth  2-76

Figure 2-33  2-79

Base Station Controllers 2.5 g / Radio Network Controllers

In 3 G Wireless Networks  2-79

Table 2-34  2-80

Wireless Network Interface Line Card Functions: 2-80

Table 2-35  2-82

Node B System Requirements  2-82

Table 2-36  2-84

Service Provider Build-Out Of The Next Generation 3G Systems  2-84

Table 2-37  2-88

Market Positioning for UTStarcom PAS Solutions  2-88

Figure 2-38  2-91

Worldwide High Availability Telco One to N Base

Station Infrastructure Market Shares, Dollars, 2006  2-91

Figure 2-39  2-92

Worldwide High Availability Telco One To N Base

Station Infrastructure Market Shares, Dollars, 2006  2-92

Figure 2-40  2-94

Worldwide High Availability Telco One To N Base

Station Infrastructure Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2007 to 2013  2-94

Figure 2-41  2-95

Worldwide High Availability Telco One To N Base

Station Infrastructure Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2007 to 2013  2-95

Figure 2-42  2-96

Worldwide High Availability Telco One To N Base

Station Infrastructure Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2007 to 2013  2-96

Figure 2-43  2-98

Sprint Nextel Trends in Wireless and Broadband  2-98

Figure 2-44  2-99

Motorola View Of Enterprise Mobility  2-99

Figure 2-45  2-104

Growth of Chinese Mobile Handset Market 2-104

Figure 2-46  2-105

Growth of Chinese Mobile Handset Market Dependent on

Mobile Instant Messaging (IM) 2-105

 

Table 3-1  3-3

Kodiak PTT Functions 

Figure 3-2  3-10

Sonim SmartFlow PTT Data Distribution 

Table 3-3  3-11

Sonim Technologies Infrastructure Solutions For PTT  

Table 3-4  3-12

Sonim Technologies Functions 

 

Table 3-5  3-13

Sonim Technologies Push to Talk Target Markets:

Table 3-6  3-14

Sonim Technologies Contact Manager Features 

Table 3-7  3-15

Sonim Technologies Contact Manager Benefits 

Table 3-8  3-16

Sonim Technologies Connection Manager 

Table 3-9  3-17

Sonim Technologies XPS 3.0: Functions 

Table 3-10  3-18

Sonim Technologies Benefits of XPS PoC Manager 

Table 3-11  3-21

Minimum Requirements Met By Nokia PTT Solutions:

Table 3-12  3-22

Nokia PTT Business Users Solution Target Markets:

Figure 3-13  3-28

Nokia Widescreen Multimedia Smartphone Push to Talk Device 

Figure 3-14  3-29

Selected Nokia Push to Talk Devices 

Figure 3-15  3-33

Motorola PTT System Architecture 

Figure 3-16  3-34

Motorola PTT Works Across Many Platforms 

Figure 3-17  3-36

Motorola Networks PTT Systems Architecture Approach 

Table 3-18  3-39

Motorola Push-To-Talk over Cellular Flexible Configuration 

Figure 3-19  3-40

Motorola Push-To-Talk over Cellular (PoC) Over IP Network 

Table 3-20  3-42

Motorola Push-To-Talk over Cellular PoC Functions 

Table 3-21  3-45

Motorola Broad Set of Services:

Table 3-22  3-46

Motorola Deployment Services 

Table 3-23  3-48

Motorola Deployment Services Functions 

Table 3-24  3-51

Key Elements Of Motorola Optimization Service 

Table 3-25  3-55

Motorola OMA PoC Benefits 

Table 3-26  3-56

Benefits of Motorola PoC Services:

Table 3-27  3-60

Motorola’s Push-To-Talk Over Cellular Flexible Billing

Solution Subscriber Criteria Features 

Table 3-28  3-70

Clarity's inTouch Push-to-Talk system Key Product Features:

Table 3-29  3-73

Clarity inTouch Push-to-Talk System Applications

Capabilities From The Mobile Phone and From the Dispatch Console 

Table 3-30  3-76

Celtius Push-to-Talk Value-Added Services VAS SDK Functions 

Figure 3-31  3-77

Celtius Push-to-Talk Value-Added Services VAS Architecture 

Table 3-32  3-82

conaito VoIP Evo VoIP Client Features 

Table 3-33  3-86

BlackBerry Curve from AT&T Push to Talk (PTT) Features 

Figure 3-34  3-91

Mobilemonday Shanghai Content Application

Development for Push to Talk 

Table 3-35  3-94

UTStarcom System Specifications 

Table 3-36  3-96

UTStarcom Personal Handyphone System (PHS) Air

Interface Specifications 

Table 3-37  3-97

UT Starcom iPAS Advantages 

Table 3-38  3-100

UT Starcom IPAS Mobile Local Loop Solutions Advantages:

 

Table 4-1  4-4

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions 

Figure 4-2  4-10

Network Architecture Of OMA PoC Solution 

Table 4-3  4-16

Push-To-Talk Over Cellular Network Elements And

Functions That Have To Comply With The Standards 

Table 4-4  4-19

UTStarcom iPAS Architecture 

Figure 4-5  4-20

UTStarcom PAS Architecture 

Figure 4-6  4-22

Agilent Push to Cellular Test Set Up 

Figure 4-7  4-23

GPRS RTT Call Set-Up Functions 

Figure 4-8  4-24

Wireless Internet (IP) Technologies Used for Push to Talk 

Table 4-9  4-26

700MHz Spectrum Auction Openness Principles 

Figure 4-10  4-30

Schematic Diagram Of The Intelligent Service Node 

Figure 4-11  4-31

SIP As Key Convergence Protocol

Figure 4-12  4-32

Operator Business Support System  

Table 4-13  4-37

Push To Talk Technologies 

Table 4-14  4-39

Primary Mobile Services Technologies For Operators And Developers 

Table 4-15  4-44

Wireless Handset Evolving Technologies 

Table 4-16  4-45

Wireless Handset Messaging Technologies 

Table 4-17  4-46

Wireless Handset Content Technologies 

Table 4-18  4-48

Software Building Blocks Of A Mobile Terminal

Table 4-19  4-52

Browser Mobile Terminal Software Aspects 

Table 4-20  4-55

Mobile Terminal Platform Architecture Modules and Standards 

Table 4-21  4-58

Wireless Types of Messaging 

Table 4-22  4-73

SIP Solutions Types 

Table 4-23  4-79

List Of Mobile Entertainment Functions 

Table 4-24  4-87

Software Building Blocks Of A Mobile Terminal

Table 4-25  4-94

SOAP-Based Web Service Production Environment Testing 

Table 4-26  4-102

XSLT Transformation of XML  

 

Figure 5-1  5-6

CeltiPoC/Presence Server Suite Component And Its Tasks 

Figure 5-2  5-8

Celtius Push to Talk Presence Network Layers 

Table 5-3  5-17

Mobile Tornado Partnering 

Table 5-4  5-18

Mobile Tornado Scaleable Solutions 

Figure 5-5  5-19

Motorola End-to-End Wireless Enterprise Solutions 

Figure 5-6  5-30

Motorola View Of Enterprise Mobility 

 

Table 5-7  5-36

Nokia Siemens Networks New Company Positioning 

Figure 5-8  5-37

Nokia Siemens Networks Global Presence 

Table 5-9  5-45

Sprint Wireless Data Communications Services 

Figure 5-10  5-48

Sprint / Nextel Second Quarter 2007 Revenue 

Figure 5-11  5-49

Sprint / Nextel Second Quarter 2007 Operating Statistics 

Figure 5-12  5-50

Sprint / Nextel Key Operating Metrics 

Figure 5-13  5-53

Sprint Nextel Investment in WiMax  for Broadband 

Figure 5-14  5-58

Sprint Nextel Key Services