Strategic Insight into the U.S. Mobile Wallet Market

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A wide range of financial services are currently being offered through the mobile channel in the United States. These include mobile banking services, peer-to-peer remittance services; and mobile shopping and price comparison services. This Frost & Sullivan’s strategic insight on the U.S. mobile wallet market presents an analysis of the key trends in the U.S. near field communication (NFC)-driven mobile payment industry. Several other payment-related value-added-services (VAS) can also be offered via the mobile channel. A brief overview of these VAS is also provided in this insight.

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Strategic Insight into the U.S. Mobile Wallet MarketIntroduction and OverviewThe U.S. Mobile Wallet OpportunityNFC – Technology Overview and Key Market DefinitionsNFCSecure ElementTrusted Service Manager (TSM)Mobile Wallet ApplicationKey Trends in the U.S. Mobile Wallet MarketGoogle Wallet vs. the Isis ApproachNew Business Models and Need for ScalabilityRole of Card Associations in NFCMultiple Wallets per SE (and shared SE)Tiered TSM ArchitectureSE Memory Management—Need for Increased Storage and Role of Virtual MemoryGlobal Operator Support for SIM-based NFCA Note on TSM Business ModelsMarket Metrics and Forecasts for the U.S. Mobile Wallet MarketKey Forecasts— Users; Revenues; and OthersKey Industry ParticipantsApriva Discover Financial ServicesFirst Data CorporationGemalto NVMasterCardSequent SoftwareViVOtech




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