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The Future of Mobile
The Future of Mobile
Most Successful Technology Ever
Most Successful Technology Ever
What’s in an iPhone
What’s in an iPhone
What’s in an iPhone (3GS)
What’s in an iPhone (3GS)
What’s in an iPhone
What’s in an iPhone
Supercomputer
Supercomputer
Replace the PC
Replace the PC
Developing Regions
Developing Regions
Urban vs
Urban vs
CellScope: Cellphone Microscope
CellScope: Cellphone Microscope
SmartPhone Diagnostic Device
SmartPhone Diagnostic Device
Conclusion
Conclusion
Backup
Backup
What’s in an iPhone
What’s in an iPhone
details
details

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The Future of Mobile

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1 The Future of Mobile

The Future of Mobile

Eric Brewer BEARS February 11, 2010

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

2 Most Successful Technology Ever

Most Successful Technology Ever

3-4B cellphone users worldwide Vastly outpaces TV, PCs, 1.13 billion phones sold in 2009 36 per second Versus 15 billion shoes per year Versus 0.3 billion PCs 174M were smart phones 15% (up from 12.8% in 2008) Smart phones will pass PCs in the near future

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

3 What’s in an iPhone

What’s in an iPhone

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

4 What’s in an iPhone (3GS)

What’s in an iPhone (3GS)

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600 MHz ARM processor About 1200 MIPS for 300mW 256MB ram, 16 GB flash Roughly a 1999 Pentium III ~ 1350 MIPS for 37W PowerVR graphics core 7M triangles/sec, 250M pixels/sec Mac OS X same as Mac, iPad, iPod Touch Sensors: Camera, mic, GPS, compass, proximity, ambient light, ambient noise, 3D accelerometer, touchscreen, temperature WiFi, GSM, Bluetooth, USB

UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

5 What’s in an iPhone

What’s in an iPhone

(3GS)

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

6 Supercomputer

Supercomputer

“Access is the Killer App” Access to the cloud >> any device Cellphones are pocket supercomputers Every search Image recognition, object recognition: Red laser Google Goggles Sound recognition: dictation, translation… Shazam

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

7 Replace the PC

Replace the PC

Cellphone accessories: Big screen (~200M sold per year) … with wireless access (Wireless USB coming) Keyboard Or just use voice + supercomputer? Extra processing and disk space? Maybe…. Or just use the cloud Likely want local graphics acceleration PC as a cellphone accessory My bet: cellphone wins… maybe it already has

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

8 Developing Regions

Developing Regions

Cellphones are everywhere Many advantages: Small, portable, with self-contained power Voice works for all languages (but not text) Easy to use, culturally accepted +10% mobile penetration => GDP up 0.8% Causal, not just correlation Greatest development project ever? PCs may not ever get great penetration

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

9 Urban vs

Urban vs

Rural

Value of the cellphone limited by coverage Even more true with the Cloud Cellular is an urban phenomenon Rural areas generally left out … basestation costs limit rural deployment This is the real “digital divide” Not between nations … but between urban and rural (even in the US)

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

10 CellScope: Cellphone Microscope

CellScope: Cellphone Microscope

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Cellphone camera + big lens = microscope Diagnosis: Image recognition on the phone? … in the cloud? … by a remote expert? Clinical quality: Malaria, TB already verified as detectable

Dan Fletcher UC Berkeley

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

11 SmartPhone Diagnostic Device

SmartPhone Diagnostic Device

Idea: collection of very simple sensors that connect to the audio jack Easy: heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature Medium: blood oxygen, ECG Hard: blood pressure Goal: much cheaper, easy to use diagnostic device Phone converts raw data into readings Can also forward raw data over GSM

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

12 Conclusion

Conclusion

Smart phones = PC + sensors + connectivity + portability Access is the killer app The real win is phone+Cloud Cellphones are transforming development Driving increased quality of life for the poor The first high-tech solution to cross over Rural access must be a priority

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

13 Backup

Backup

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

14 What’s in an iPhone

What’s in an iPhone

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Phone Address book Watch Alarm clock Calculator Pager Timer Stopwatch Flashlight MP3 Player Camera

USB drive Remote control Voice recorder Radio Video camera Video player TV GPS + Maps Compass Gameboy or PSP

UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

15 details

details

1 GHz Snapdragon ARM 2000 MIPS at 500mW 22 M triangles/sec for graphics iPhone 3GS at 600 MHz = 1200 MIPS 386DX, 16MHz, 20 MIPS, 1985 Intel Pentium III, 1,354 MIPS at 500 MHz , 1999, 37W

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UC Berkeley, BEARS 2010

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