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Speakers

Keynote Panel: The Future of Devices—Tablet, Smartphone & OS Wars

Enrico Salvatori

Senior Vice President and President, Qualcomm Europe, Inc.

Discussion Topics:

  • Who’s winning the smartphone race? How are the market dynamics likely to change in the next 12 months?
  • Tablets: Will tablets become a mass market phenomenon, and will Apple continue to dominate? Who else stands a chance?
  • Open vs. closed: How significant is the content / app ecosystem to any platform’s success and how important is a vertically integrated approach?
  • Future of the OS: Do Windows and Meego stand a chance against Android? Who controls the user experience and how can OEMs differentiate?
  • OEMS: PC vs Phone vs consumer electronics - who will dominate in the new converged era?

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

Panel: Connecting Electronics—New revenue opportunities through the value chain

Discussion Topics:

  • Which new connected devices will be coming to market in 2011? What new app and service possibilities will they enable?
  • What are the latest innovations in business models for connected electronics?
  • How might embedded connectivity disrupt the traditional electronics value chain?
  • Will the connectivity technology become a feature of connected electronics, or should it be connectivity be seamless to the end user?
  • Who’s winning the race to deliver the home hub – the key control point in the connected house?

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Open Mobile Summit London 2011

Jun 8-9, 2011

Speakers

Connecting the Dots- A 360 View on Consumer Electronics

Dr. Paul E. Jacobs

Executive Chairman, Qualcomm Incorporated

In this session, the companies leading the move to a truly connected world will discuss the critical issues that need to be addressed for this market to reach its true potential.

For more information about this Keynote, click here.

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Room Hall 5 Aud. 1

Augmented Reality: Is Reality Really Ready to be Augmented?

Nagraj Kashyap

Senior Vice President, Ventures & Innovation, North America

This session will explore whether mobile technology is advanced enough to make augmented reality, which often makes use of sophisticated software and lots of processing power in the cloud,  compelling. Are device connectivity and battery life sufficient to add three-dimensional, lifelike images into the real-world, so that a gamer could do battle with a virtual dragon in the street, for example? If it does thrive, will augmented reality be driven by large, established web companies and handset vendors, or will we see start-ups leading the development of this market?

For more information about this session, click here.

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Room Hall 5 Room 5

Mobile World Live Interview

Dr. Paul E. Jacobs

Executive Chairman, Qualcomm Incorporated

Catch this keynote preview to be broadcast on Mobile World Live platform and on screens at the Fira.

1:00 PM - 1:30 PM Room Hall 5

Mobile World Congress 2011

Feb 14-17, 2011