Four Drivers of the Mobility Revolution

Just over a week ago, I presented “Seismic Shifts in the Mobile Ecosystem” at Sprint’s Open Solutions Conference. The session was well attended and seemed to be well received, so I’d like to share some of the content here. I’ll set up the topic in this post, and then dive deeper in additional posts over the coming weeks.

The basic premise of the session was that there are four key drivers of change that have resulted in ten seismic shifts in the mobile ecosystem. These changes reflect the Mobility Revolution and create opportunity for businesses that can understand and capitalize on these shifts.

So, what are the four drivers?

The first one is

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mass market adoption of smartphones.

The second is mobile bandwidth being built into all kinds of products.

The third is ubiquitous broadband (wired and wireless).

The final driver is the emergence of real world interfaces between mobile devices and the real world, including NFC, compass, gyroscope, cameras, and other sensors.

2 Responses to “Four Drivers of the Mobility Revolution”

  1. Dan DiMassa, Mobility BB Says:

    Hi Russ,
    I like your site, as an enterprise mobility geek. But it seems you stopped blogging here. Did you move to another tech blog?

  2. Russ Says:

    Dan,

    Thanks for your note. Given a variety of activities at Sprint, it was necessary to stop posting, at least for a while. Maybe after we get through these transactions I can start again.

    Russ

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