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Title: Chapter 9 Enhanced Version Infrastructure Exhibits/Tables October 22, 2000


1
Chapter 9 Enhanced VersionInfrastructure
Exhibits/TablesOctober 22, 2000
2
Exhibit 9-1 Network and Media Convergence
Print (Newspapers/ Magazines)
Telephone
DSL
Television
Digital Convergence
Cable Modem
Radio
Satellite
Music
Wireless
Motion Pictures
3
Supporting Slide 9-A Media Convergence to a
Digital Platform
Personal Computers
Handheld Computers
Digital Platform
PCS Phones
Wireless Printers
Household Devices
1970s
1980s
1990s
2000s
2010s
2020s
4
Supporting Slide 9-B Marketshare of Personal
Computer Manufacturers of PCs Shipped in the
United States and Worldwide 2nd Quarter 1999
Source International Data Corporation (September
1999)
5
Supporting Slide 9-C PCMicroprocessors
Marketshare (First Quarter 2000)
Source High Demand For, Chips Lift Intel
Earnings, Wall Street Journal , April 19, 2000
6
Table 9-1 Number of US Computer Users and US
Internet Households 1994 to 1999
US Computer Users and US Internet Households
1994 to 1999(Millions)
Source US Department of Commerce. 1999. Cited in
The New York Times 2000 Almanac, .
7
Table 9-2 PC Operating Systems Marketshare in
1999
Source http//www.mycomputer.com. Cited in
Lake, David. 2000. Microsoft dominates PC
operating systems. Industry Standard, 3 April.
8
Exhibit 9-2 How Information Transfers Over The
Internet
Computers on the Internet work together to
transfer information back and forth around the
world.
Backbone The Internet backbone is a set of
high-speed data lines connecting major networks
all over the world.
Router A router regulates traffic on the Internet
and picks the most efficient route for each
packet. A packet may pass through many routers
before reaching its destination.
Packets Information over the Internet is broken
down into smaller pieces called packets.
TCP/IP Transmission Control Protocol / Internet
Protocol (TCP/IP) is a language computers on the
Internet use to communicate with each other.
TCP/IP divides information into packets and sends
the packets independently across the Internet.
When information arrives at the intended
destination, TCP/IP ensures that all the packets
arrived safely and reassembles the original
information.
Download and Upload You download information from
other computers on the Internet. You upload
information to other computers on the Internet.
Source Whitehead, Paul and Ruth Maran. 1997.
Teach yourself the Internet and the World Wide
Web visually. Indianapolis IDG
Books Worldwide, Inc.
9
Supporting Slide 9-D Point- Counterpoint The
Microsoft Case
10
Exhibit 9-3 Growth in Internet Host Computers
and Major E-Commerce Developments
1995 Dell, Cisco, and Amazon begin to
aggressively use internet for commercial
transactions
1994 Netscape releases navigator browser
1991 NSF lifts restrictions on commercial use of
internet
1969 Internet / ARPAnet created
1993 Mosaic browser invented at University of
Illinois is released to public
Number of Hosts (Log Scale)
1989 WWW HTML language created
Note New methodology used in January
1998 Source OECD. 1998.
11
Exhibit 9-4 Web Browser Market Share (1994 to
2000)
Evolution of the Web Browser Market ()
Source Acknowledge, Dataquest, ZD Market
Intelligence, Zona Research, and casewriter
estimates.
12
Exhibit 9-5 IDC Predicts 179 Million Americans
Online by 2003
U.S. Online Population Forecasts by Researcher
Population (Millions)
Source Companies Listed.
13
Table 9-3 What Users Do Online
Source Wall Street Journal. 1999. A wide net, 6
December.
14
Table 9-4 Factors Users Say Will Increase Their
Overall Internet Use
Source Wall Street Journal. 1999. A wide net, 6
December.
15
Exhibit 9-6 Worldwide E-Commerce Projections
Total worldwide sales of products via the Web,
excluding securities and brokerage transactions
Worldwide Commerce on the Web
(Billion)
Source International Data Corporation. 1998.
16
Table 9-5 Top Internet Service Providers in the
United States (December 1999)
Source Bloomberg
17
Exhibit 9-7 Possible Internet Connection Methods
CLIENT
SERVER
INTERNET
Warehouse Robot
Satellite
Low-end Server
Analog Modem
PC
Basic Rate ISDN
ATM
Midrange Server
Cable Modem
Handheld
DSL
Mainframe
Wireless Data
Kiosk
Source Adapted from E-Business technology
forecast (1999), published by PricewaterhouseCoope
rs Technology Centre, Menlo Park, CA.
18
Exhibit 9-8 Relative Speed of Various Types of
Internet Connections
19
Exhibit 9-9 Certain Applications More Dependent
on Broadband
High
Video-on-Demand
Multiplayer Games
Streaming Video
Software Distribution
Streaming Audio
Enhanced Graphics
Adult Content
Utility of broadband connection
Traditional Graphics
IP Telephony
Low
Free
High Price
Ability to charge for applications
Source Jupiter Communications
20
Supporting Slide 9-E 26 Million Consumers to Be
Added to Broadband
21
Table 9-6 How Users Access the Web Worldwide
1998 1999 2001
2002 2003
Source IDC 1999.
22
Supporting Slide 9-F Point-Counterpoint -
Attributes of Cable vs. DSL
Attributes of Cable vs. DSL Service in the United
States
23
Supporting Slide 9-G Point- Counterpoint Which
ISPs will win?
24
Exhibit 9-10A Transformation of the Computer
Industry
THE OLD VERTICAL COMPUTER INDUSTRY CIRCA 1980
IBM
DEC
Sperry Univac
Wang
Source Grove, Andrew S. 1996. Only the paranoid
survive. New York Currency Doubleday.
25
Exhibit 9-10B Transformation of the Computer
Industry
THE NEW HORIZONTAL COMPUTER INDUSTRY - CIRCA 1996
Sales and Distribution
Dealers
Superstores
Mail Order
Retail Stores
Application Software
Word Perfect
Etc.
Word
Operating System
DOS and Windows
OS/2
Mac
UNIX
Computer
Compaq
Dell
Packard Bell
Hewlett Packard
IBM
Etc.
Chips
Intel Architecture
Motorola
RISCs
Source Grove, Andrew S. 1996. Only the paranoid
survive. New York Currency Doubleday.
26
Exhibit 9-10C The Expanded Horizontal Computer
Industry Circa 1999
THE NEW HORIZONTAL COMPUTER INDUSTRY - CIRCA 1996
Retail Stores
Superstores
Dealers
Mail Order
Sales and Distribution
IBM
Microsoft
Oracle
Others
Databases
Baan
JD Edwards
SAP
Others
Financial Systems
Cisco
3 Com
Lucent
Others
Network Infrastructure
Entex
INS
Vanstar
Wang
Network Integrators
Word
Word Perfect
Etc.
Application Software
DOS and Windows
OS/2
Mac
Unix
Linux
Operating Systems
Computer
Compaq
Dell
Packard Bell
Hewlett Packard
Etc.
Intel Architecture
Chips
Motorola
AND
Etc.
Source Gates, Bill. 1999. Business _at_ the speed
of thought. New York Warner Books.
27
Table 9-7 Changes In the Value of the New
Economy
  • The 10 Biggest Market Value Losers
  • (Billions
    Lost)
  • Coca Cola 52.3
  • Bank of America 51.1
  • Proctor and Gamble 48.6
  • Ford Motor 27.9
  • Gillette
    24.2
  • Xerox 23.8
  • Unilever 17.1
  • Allstate 14.9
  • McDonalds 14.2
  • Emerson Electric 10.2
  • TOTAL MARKET LOSS 284.3
  • Note Period between May 1, 1999 and March 9,
    2000
  • The 10 Biggest Market Value Winners
  • (Billions
    Gained)
  • Cisco
    293.3
  • Oracle
    198.1
  • Intel
    192.5
  • Nokia
    161.2
  • LM Ericsson 126.9
  • Sun Microsystems 123.6
  • Nortel Networks 120.8
  • Microsoft
    106.5
  • Texas Instruments 106.3
  • EMC
    78.2
  • TOTAL MARKET GAIN 1,507.4

Source Byrne, John A. and Debra Sparks. 2000.
Whats an old-line CEO to do? Business Week, 27
March. URL http//businessweek.com/2
000/00_13/b3674109.htm
28
Exhibit 9-11 Overview of Basic Internet
E-Business Architecture
Seller
Storefront System
Back Office System
Web Catalog
Web Commerce Server
Order Processing Fulfillment System
Payment Gateway
Accounting System
Enterprise Firewall
Source Adapted from E-Business technology
forecast (1999), published by PricewaterhouseCoope
rs Technology Centre, Menlo Park, CA.
29
Supporting Slide 9-H Leading Web Services
Source Bloomberg
30
Supporting Slide 9-I Web Server Market Share
Evolution of the Web Server Market ()
Note As of November 1, 1998, the sample
consisted of more than 3,500,000 public Web
sites Source Adapted from Netcraft Web Server
Survey, http//www.netcraft.com/survey
31
Supporting Slide 9-J Leading Web Servers by
Enterprise Size
gt1 Billion
26.4
25.7
15
100-999 Million
30.8
28.1
16.6
50-99 Million
35.5
28.4
18.5
10-49 Million
39.6
27.5
17.6
Overall
35.9
27.6
17.3
0
20
40
60
80
100
Netscape
Microsoft
Apache
Other
Note Based on survey of 53,000 Web sites owned
by U.S. businesses with annual revenues of 10
million or more Source Adapted from Internet
Server Survey, SiteMetrics Corp. August 1998
32
Exhibit 9-12 Digital Nervous System
Procurement Finance / Accounting / Control Supply
Chain Management / Human Resource Management
Consumer relationship management / Selling chain
management / Supply chain management
Source Gates, Bill. 1999. Business _at_ the speed
of thought. New York Warner Books.
33
Supporting Slide 9-K Enterprise Resource Planning
Forecasting and Planning
Purchasing Material Management
Enterprise Resource Planning
Warehousing and Inventory Management
Finished Product Distribution
Accounting / Finance
Source Adopted from e-business Roadshow for
Success Dr. Ravi Ka? And Marcia ?
34
Exhibit 9-13 Customer Relationship Management
Customer Relationship Management
Direct Channels
Indirect Channels
Customers and Prospects
Source New York Times. 2000. Know thy
customer, 14 February.
35
Supporting Slide 9-L Supply Chain Management
Source Adopted from e-business Roadshow for
Success Dr. Ravi Ka? And Marcia ?
36
Exhibit 9-14 E-Procurement
?
Electronic Purchasing
Approved
Select Product
Create Requisition
Purchase Order
Approval Cycle
Submit Order
Supplier Fulfillment
Route to Recipient
Ship Product
Accounts Payable
Receiving
Source Adapted from E-Business Roadmap for
success (1999) by Ravi Kalakota and Marcia
Robinson. Reading, MA Addison-Wesley
Publishing.
37
Table 9-5IDC Predicts 179 Million Americans
Online by 2003
U.S. Online Population Forecasts by Researcher
Population (Millions)
Source Companies Listed
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