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wireless portal

A website that supports a user with a smartphone or alphanumeric pager. It may offer a variety of features, including providing a springboard to other (WAP based) wireless sites, the ability to select content to be pushed to the user's device as well as providing a point of entry for anyone to send the user a message. See WAP.
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Instead of having to key in a URL to access FedEx, Nextel Online subscribers can simply navigate the wireless portal and in three easy clicks have quick access to the world's largest express transportation company, FedEx Express, and North America's second-largest small-package ground delivery service, FedEx Ground.
According to "Wireless Portals: The Information Gateway to the Wireless User," by year-end 2006 there will be nearly 1 billion wireless portal users worldwide.
ChangingWorlds is the market-leading provider of intelligent personalization and wireless portal products to the telecommunications industry.
While 2000 marked the launch of several new wireless portal services, 2001 will serve as a turning point for revenue generation, as operators load subscribers and hone in on segmenting the market, according to research from The Strategis Group.
However, network operators who believe that their position as access guardians to the wireless Internet guarantees wireless portal success should beware.
Oracle FastForward Enterprise Wireless Portal can be deployed in as little as one week, at the end of which companies can have a complete wireless infrastructure.
The Strategis Group discovered a variety of factors driving European wireless portal market, including:
Prior to Orange, Alan was the marketing director at Speedy Tomato UK Ltd (a subsidiary of Telia AB), where he was charged with the launch and promotion of Telia AB's pan-European mobile wireless portal and mobile virtual network.
The Strategis Group defines a wireless portal as a customized point of entry through which a wireless subscriber can access Internet sites and information, usually in a text-only format.
By enhancing wireless portal usability and enabling subscribers to quickly access the desired content services ClixSmart can significantly increase data service usage resulting in monetizable gains for network operators.
The QuickLogic Wireless Portal focuses initially on various Wi-Fi solutions on the market today.
ACOTEL GROUP, the leading global provider of mobile multimedia platforms, applications and services together with URBANWORLD WIRELESS, the leading wireless provider of urban entertainment news, lifestyle and mobile marketing solutions, announced the first wireless portal for the urban wireless end-user.

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