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(keitai-l) Re: AW: Is this the future? networks fusion?

From: Eric Hildum <EricHildum_at_earthlink.net>
Date: 05/19/03
Message-Id: <F17AA11F-89A1-11D7-97CA-000393850E56_at_earthlink.net>
Note that one element that is not stated, but is present in the models  
by NTT and KDDI is that there will be seamless hand-off & roaming  
between all the different transports, so any session would not need to  
be aware of the transitions from one system to another.


On Sunday, May 18, 2003, at 06:03  PM, Philip Sidel wrote:

>
> I saw this at the Glocom Conference in Tokyo last November, when Shuji
> Tomita from NTT presented his plans for WiFi service in
> Japan.
> http://www.glocom.org/special_topics/activity_rep/200211_tf_sum/ 
> slides/tomita.pdf
> Check out slide #12 for a picture of how NTT is viewing the overall
> universe of mobile communications.
Received on Mon May 19 05:33:31 2003