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Wireless Web Definition

The wireless web alludes to the utilization of the World Wide Web through wireless devices, such as a cellular telephone or PDA. The wireless Web is a move towards providing users with the desktop experience in the new generation of mobility. It is a promise of picture-perfect connectivity and, multimedia interactivity and reciprocity while on the move. Wireless Web connection offers any location connected to e-mail, instant messaging, mobile banking, travel weather and traffic information, and other web services. Particularly sites that are looking to attract wireless users must ensure that they deliver services in a visual format that is conveniently displayable on average size wireless devices.

The term mobile web in relation to the wireless web defines it as a channel for distribution of web content, which provides and designs content to the users in awareness of the mobile context. The mobile context is depicted by the nature of personal user information needs like updating of a personal blog, seeking travel information, gaining instant news update etc, constraints of mobile phones – screen size, keypad input, and special capabilities like location, and connection types such as 3G, 4G or WLAN.

Wi-Fi hotspots and wireless LANs are options for wireless Internet connectivity, that promote the wireless web. In these cases, Internet connectivity is typically delivered to a network hub via a wired connection like satellite, cable, DSL or fiber optics and then made available to wireless devices via a wireless access point. The demand for high- speed wireless data with greater expediency, access, visual and dynamic content without any compromise in security or error has become the USP for most telecom companies.

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