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Sunday, July 04, 2010

Find out the latest on the mobile industry

By Nick Flaherty www.flaherty.co.uk

The international wireless industry meets in Bristol this week with 2010's Wireless2.0 conference on Friday July 9th at @Bristol, www.siliconsouthwest.co.uk

Market data direct from Will Strauss of Forward Concepts, future directions for the handset from Sony Ericsson, how to get good 2Mbit/s broadband into rural areas from Deltenna and a host of other speakers, from the ex CTOs of Orange and Microsoft Europe to the latest high speed connectivity in the home. If you are in mobile, you have to be there.

There's also a chance to meet the speakers at dinner on the 8th - see the website www.siliconsouthwest.co.uk for details.

• Keynotes – Multimedia in the hand
9.15 Welcome, Nick Flaherty, Editorial Director, Silicon South West
• 9.30 Joakim Nelson, General Manager, Head of Industry Collaboration & Asset Management, CTO, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications – the future of mobile handsets
• 10.00 Will Strauss, President, Forward Concepts – market analysis of mobile multimedia
• 10.30 Simon Knowles, VP Strategy, Icera

11.00 Coffee

Multimedia in the street
11.30 Chair: Walter Tuttlebee, CEO, MobileVCE
• 11.45 Ray Williamson, Motorola - Video; the implications for mobile networks
• 12.15 Pete Keevil, CTO, Ubiquisys – Extending the reach of femtocells
• 12.45 Dr. Tim Wilkinson, VP Technical Marketing, IPWireless

1.15 Lunch

Multimedia In the home
• 2.15 Chair: Gurpritpal Singh, CTO, Cingular Consulting Services
• 2.30 Prof. David Bull, CTO, ProVision Communications – Research in video
• 3.00 Tim Haysom, CMO, OMTP / Bondi – The rise of the Widget
• 3.30 Peter Claydon, VP Sales & Marketing, Deltenna – Extending broadband coverage to rural areas
• 4.00 Mark Barrett, CEO, Blu Wireless – high speed connectivity in the home
4.30 Close Nick Flaherty, Silicon South West 
 
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