Upgrade to Pro — share decks privately, control downloads, hide ads and more …

Services Convergence - Connected Services and Cloud Computing

Services Convergence - Connected Services and Cloud Computing

Lecture #3 - ET-3010
Services Convergence
Connected Services and Cloud Computing
School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics SEEI / STEI
Institut Teknologi Bandung ITB
Update February 2017

https://eueung.github.io/012017/ltka-03a

1ec13070abf6996a0bc06b9be103ea85?s=128

Eueung Mulyana

April 27, 2017
Tweet

Transcript

  1.   1 / 29 Connected Services Services Convergence &

    Digital Ecosystems Dr.-Ing. Eueung Mulyana https://eueung.github.io/ET3010 ET-3010 | Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA
  2. Outline Services Convergence Impacts of Services Convergence Digital Ecosystem Examples

    of Digital Ecosystem 2 / 29
  3.   Services Convergence 3 / 29

  4. 4 / 29 Communication Services A Look Back & Forward

    - Ericsson 
  5. 5 / 29 Pre-Convergence Landscape Two Separate Islands ca. Y2000

    (VisionMobile)
  6. 6 / 29 Pre-Convergence @Telcos Device Dumb + Closed Network

    Private + Vertically Integrated + Intelligent
  7. 7 / 29 Pre-Convergence @Local Telcos The Begin of Industry

    Competitions
  8. 8 / 29 Pre-Convergence - Computing Device Intelligent (SW) +

    Open Network Public + Horizontally Integrated + Dumb
  9. 9 / 29 Convergence One Big Island Around 10 Years

    Later
  10. 10 / 29 Convergence - Mobile Computing Device Intelligent (SW)

    + Open Network ?
  11. 11 / 29 Communication Services Changes - SAP 

  12. Changes happened & will always be happening Di used Computing

    = IoT = PerComp = UbiComp = Everyware = Networked Mesh Computing (Nordkapp + VisionMobile) 12 / 29
  13. 13 / 29 Notes Equivalent Terms Mobile Computing Mobile 2.0

    Telco 2.0
  14.   Impacts of Services Convergence 14 / 29

  15. 15 / 29 A Deeper Look From Mobile Telephony to

    Mobile 2.0 What has happened during this change?
  16. 16 / 29 EU27 Survey - 2011 EU Houshold Spending

    2011 via VisionMobile
  17. 17 / 29 Potentials Mobile Telephony EU Houshold Spending 2011

    Average Spending for Communications -> 3% Telcos are Gatekeeper for this need
  18. 18 / 29 Commodities Mobile Telephony Value Creation Voice, Text,

    Contacts, & Camera Only for Communication Needs
  19. 19 / 29 Potentials Mobile 2.0 EU Houshold Spending 2011

    Average Spending for the Rest -> 97% Ecosystems are Gatekeeper for these needs.
  20. 20 / 29 Commodities Mobile 2.0 Value Creation As of

    July 2015, around 4M Apps For All Needs (incl. Communications)
  21. Mobile Telephony - Value Distribution Telcos were the Center of

    Value Distributions 21 / 29
  22. Mobile 2.0 - Value Distribution Uni or Multi-Polar Distributions (Involving

    Several Parties - Ecosystem) 22 / 29
  23. 23 / 29 Services Convergence Direct & Indirect Impacts 1.

    New Values & Commodities 2. New Schemes for Values Distribution 3. New Business Players / Parties 4. New Business Models
  24. 24 / 29 Services Convergence Direct & Indirect Impacts New

    Values & Commodities Covering almost every aspect of our daily lives New Schemes for Values Distribution Several parties in the ecosystems play their own roles New Business Players / Parties Mobile Telephony -> Telcos + Suppliers Mobile Computing -> Ecosystem Owners + Partners / Participants New Business Models Mobile Telephony -> Proven + Predictable Mobile Computing -> New + Unpredictable New Asymmetric vs. Legacy Business Models
  25. 25 / 29 Services Convergence Direct & Indirect Impacts 1.

    New Opportunities & Threats 2. The Clash of Business Models 3. New Business Order and Market Leadership
  26. 26 / 29 Beyond Legacy Services Networked Society - Ericsson

  27.   Refs 27 / 29

  28. References 1. VisionMobile - Site & Blog 2. VisionMobile -

    Business models of mobile ecosystems - Digital Winners 28 / 29
  29.   29 / 29 END Dr.-Ing. Eueung Mulyana https://eueung.github.io/ET3010

    ET-3010 | Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA