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Speakers

Advanced Wireless and Mobile Technologies

Peter Carson

Sr. Director of Marketing

With gigabit-plus wireless LANs and megabit-plus wireless WANs now in use, one might assume that the rate of evolution in the core technologies required to propel wireless (and thus mobile) technologies forward would be slowing. But one would be wrong – exciting new developments across the board promise ever-greater capability, even as core challenges in economics and carrier operations remain. This session will explore key advances in wireless and mobile technologies, including timelines and risks.

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Enterprise Mobility and the Path to 4G - Presented by Qualcomm

Monte Giles

Director, Product Management

Enabling knowledge workers and field-based employees with mobile data connectivity brings immense value to the enterprise—but how can you maximize these benefits in a cost effective manner as operators roll out faster 4G technologies? This session will help you understand the key wireless technology trends and issues from a device and network standpoint as 4G deployments become more prevalent. We will discuss the current state of the cellular industry, new flexible no contract data plans, our view of the path going forward and ideas for helping enterprise customers manage the transition.

5:00 PM - 5:45 PM

Interop Las Vegas 2013

May 8-10, 2013

Speakers

Advanced Wireless and Mobile Technologies

Peter Carson

Sr. Director of Marketing

With gigabit-plus wireless LANs and megabit-plus wireless WANs now in use, one might assume that the rate of evolution in the core technologies required to propel wireless (and thus mobile) technologies forward would be slowing. But one would be wrong – exciting new developments across the board promise ever-greater capability, even as core challenges in economics and carrier operations remain. This session will explore key advances in wireless and mobile technologies, including timelines and risks.

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Enterprise Mobility and the Path to 4G - Presented by Qualcomm

Monte Giles

Director, Product Management

Enabling knowledge workers and field-based employees with mobile data connectivity brings immense value to the enterprise—but how can you maximize these benefits in a cost effective manner as operators roll out faster 4G technologies? This session will help you understand the key wireless technology trends and issues from a device and network standpoint as 4G deployments become more prevalent. We will discuss the current state of the cellular industry, new flexible no contract data plans, our view of the path going forward and ideas for helping enterprise customers manage the transition.

5:00 PM - 5:45 PM

Interop Las Vegas 2013

May 8-10, 2013