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Datacomm Research Report: Digital Photography a 'Killer App' for the Wireless Internet

September 10, 2001

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Cameras Develop New Markets

CHESTERFIELD, Missouri - Digital still and video cameras will rapidly evolve into network devices, creating new opportunities for wireless operators, manufacturers and film suppliers. That is one of the conclusions of the new 91-page report, Digital Cameras: Markets, Technologies & Opportunities, released today by Datacomm Research Company. "Digital cameras will access PCs and the Internet via wireless links, achieving new levels of convenience and capability," said Terry Edwards, Executive Director of ENGALCO and principal author of the report. "The ability to view, share, and manipulate photos is about to take a giant leap forward," he concluded. "This report shows how large scale integration will drive camera performance up and prices down, ushering in an era of network cameras," said Ira Brodsky, President of Datacomm Research. "3G mobile operators should offer wireless digital cameras along with phones; film suppliers should refocus on image archiving and printing," he added.Datacomm Research Co.

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