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Title: ECommerce, New Economy


1
E-Commerce, New Economy IPv6
  • S Sadagopan, IIIT-Bangalore, ss_at_iiitb.ac.in
  • IPv6 Forum India
  • Bangalore, January 5, 2001

2
Outline
  • E-Commerce perspectives
  • New Economy perspectives
  • IPv6 relevance in the context of e-biz new
    economy
  • Q A

3
E-Commerce Technical Perspective
  • Web architecture (WWW)
  • Open standards HTTP, HTML, DHTML, XML, Java
  • Browser as universal interface (Netscape IE)
  • Web site, portal, vortal, online exchanges (Auto
    exchange, steel exchange, chemical exchange)
  • Search engines Yahoo, Inktomi, Google
  • Multi-lingual interface (Unicode support)

4
E-Commerce Technical Perspective (cont)
  • E-commerce
  • Digital commerce (music, software, journals)
  • Collaborative commerce (Lotus)
  • Mobile commerce (NTT DoCoMo)

5
E-Commerce Technical Perspective (cont)
  • E-Infrastructure
  • ISP (Internet Service Provider) VSNL, Satyam
  • ASP (Application Service Provider) Global, DSQ
  • CSP (Commerce Service Provider) - ICICI

6
E-Commerce Technical Perspective (cont)
  • ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) - SAP, Ramco
  • SCM (Supply Chain Management) i2 Technologies
  • CRM (Customer Relationship Management) - Siebel

7
E-Commerce Business Perspective
  • Commerce to e-commerce
  • Business to e-business
  • E-everything e-books, e-procurement, e-trade,
    e-education, e-learning, e-banking, e-books
  • Rise and fall of Dot.Com companies - Amazon

8
E-Commerce Business Perspective (contd..)
  • B2B (Business to business) E-Commerce
  • B2C (Business to consumers) E Commerce
  • G2B (Government to Business) E Commerce
  • E-Government

9
E-Commerce Indian Market (Rs in Crores)
(NASSCOM Survey)
10
Old Economy Perspective
  • Brick Mortar
  • Long time to market
  • Large intermediaries
  • Mass market
  • High cost

11
New Economy Perspective
  • Click Conquer (Rediff, HotMail)
  • Short time to market (Pentium III)
  • Dis-intermediation (Amazon)
  • One-to-one market (Dell online, saregama)
  • Low cost (Falling Internet pricing from VSNL)

12
New Economy Perspective
  • Dot.Com companies Yahoo, Amazon, CDNow,
    Fabmart, Rediff
  • Dot.Coming companies Sun, IBM, CommerceOne,
    Ariba, i2, Infosys, Wipro, MindTree Consulting
  • Dot.Comed companies GE, GM, Ashok Leyland,
    Tata Steel
  • Clicks rejuvenating bricks

13
New Economy Perspective
  • Role of venture capital
  • New generation entrepreneurship
  • Silicon valley model
  • Emergence of India, Ireland Israel
  • Knowledge economy Knowledge workers

14
New Economy Perspective
  • Computing Telecom at center-stage (Cisco)
  • Software dominance over hardware (Microsoft)
  • Services dominance over manufacturing (IBM)
  • Technology-driven business
  • New business models (HotMail)

15
New Economy Perspective
  • Largest job creation in New economy
  • Growth sustained by New Economy
  • Premium stocks are New Economy dominated (TMT
    stocks as per Economic Times)
  • New age thinking New age heroes Bill Gates
    Steven Case (AOL) - Murthy Premji in India

16
IPv6 Background
  • Phenomenal success of IP (IPv4)
  • Scale - (hundreds to millions of hosts
    networks)
  • Technology Ethernet, ATM, Frame Relay
  • Hardware 10 Base 5, 10 Base 2, 10 Base T,
    Gigabit Ethernet, Wireless LAN IEEE 802.11b..
  • Heterogeneity Ethernet, AppleTalk, Token Ring,
    DECNET, SNA..

17
IPv6 Need
  • Address space limitations 32 Bit to 128 bit
  • Explosion of PCs globally 100 Million added
    every year
  • Mobile devices - Cell phones, PDA larger than
    PC
  • Ubiquitous computing smart card, Java rings,
    Internet fridge, Net connected microwave
  • Desktop commerce Internet Kiosk very large
    user base
  • Reusable IP address (like DHCP) may NOT work

18
IPv6 Need
  • New generation applications
  • Audio Video
  • Internet Radio
  • dynamic data handling
  • Real-time data support

19
IPv6 Need
  • Collaboration technology
  • Multiple services on the same Net (anycast)
  • Routing performance for billion devices connected
    Net

20
IPv6 Challenges
  • Very large user base
  • Very large Net transactions
  • Need for low cost of transactions
  • High performance to support hyper growth new
    economy
  • Distributed security
  • Support for digital services certificate, pay
    per use, use-based software licensing

21
References
  • Sadagopan (e-education) www.iiitb.ac.in
  • (Expert column) www.askallindia.com/infotechdesk
  • NASSCOM Site www.nasscom.org
  • Business Week article www.businessweek.com/bwdaily
    /dnflash/oct2000/nf20001031_810.htm
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