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The Wireless Internet Gateway (WIG) gives WAP and SIM
Application ToolKit (SAT) terminals access to WML-based applications.
WAP to legacy terminals via SMS and supports end-to-end security, push
and location-based services.
A SIM-based WML browser not only lets a GSM operator deliver web-style
content to the current large installed base of mobile phone
subscribers, but it offers increased security inherent in the SIM´s
Smart Card technology.
Since each subscriber holds a unique
encrypted digital signature in each phone´s SIM card, the WIG makes
it possible for operators to immediately add applications like
e-commerce and online banking, which capture the interest of
security-conscious subscribers clamoring for more financial
The SIM-based WML browser for the WIG is available on most SIM
platforms, including Giesecke & Devrient, Setec, Gemplus,
Schlumberger and De La Rue (Oberthur). SIM browser plug-in modules are
also available to generate signatures and retrieve location-based
It is now possible for WML
application programmers to begin immediate deployment of location
sensitive applications, and to support security schemes based on the
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
For more info, see www.acrosswireless.com
for their excellent suite of mobile commerce products.
WAP-enabled web sites
WAP-enabled GSM mobile phones
Mobey Forum (pronounced
(Mobile Electronic Transaction)
Wireless Internet Gateway for WAP/SMS browsing
SIM Application ToolKit (S@T)
Wireless PKI for WAP Security