By mid-2006 we will see the first networks. This is speculative as it depends on the technological maturity of the market.
I am not happy. I said we needed to sell six million in three years, and we sold one-third of that. We need to make some changes.
We are definitely seeing an increase in demand for these types of more sophisticated devices. What's driving the demand is the Internet. People want to send e-mail messages and do all of the things they can do on the Internet.
It is going to give access to immediate availability for everything that is configured on the Internet. If you want to have stock market quotes from London, by the push of a button you are going to be there. It's instant access.
Mobile digital convergence is leading to the situation where one customer buys our product for its video properties, another to listen to music, others to take pictures or access e-mails on the move.
In our opinion, digital cameras without communications are dead. Why would I want a camera that can't communicate and instantaneously allow you to share pictures
I am confident that convergent products will change business models. Why would I not want to have all of my devices with me, especially MP3 players where you can download songs off the air
We don't 'attack' anybody. We are only for ourselves.