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Smartphone summit during CTIA
Posted on 19-Oct-2004 07:30 | Tags Filed under: News



The Smart Phone Summit 2004 conference at CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2004 will provide CTIA conference attendees with dedicated smartphone sessions discussing topics key to enterprise professionals looking for handheld and wireless solutions. This focused, one-day summit, targets enterprise users, I.T. professionals, developers and wireless phone industry executives and will be held on October 25, 2004 to coincide with CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2004, at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, Calif., 25-27 October 2004.

The Smart Phone Summit, sponsored by Nokia, Sierra Wireless and JPMobile, will address topics key to the entire smartphone industry such as: which devices should be powering your enterprise and why, device showcase, best new applications, entertainment and interactivity, smartphone global impact, the future of the smartphone and much more. Attendees of the event will hear from leaders in the handheld and wireless industries including; Gartner Dataquest, Hewlett Packard, In-Stat/MDR, JPMobile, LAPTOP Magazine, Motorola, Nokia, palmOne, Qualcomm, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Symbian, Texas Instruments, TTPCom, WideRay Corp, Wireless Gaming Review, Xpherix Corporation, Yankee Group..and more.

In addition to industry focused conference sessions, the Smart Phone Summit will also host the Enterprise Mobility Pavilion with a focus on the smartphone industry and located within the CTIA exhibition hall. Exhibitors in the Enterprise Mobility Pavilion include; @Road, Inc, Adesso Systems, Inc., ALK Technologies, Alliant Networks, Inc., Bluefire Security Technologies, Brother International Corp, DataViz, Inc., DISYS, JP Mobile Inc., Logotec Engineering Group, Mobile and RFID Data Systems, Mobile Crossing / Enfora, mobileObjects Inc., Pocket PC Magazine, Reallusion, Semotus Solutions, SENACASES, Smith Micro Software, Inc., Speereo Software UK, VISTO and Xpherix Corporation.


More information: http://www.smartphonesummit.com...




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