The world is going mobile, and New England is home to many leading creators of applications for iPhones, Android phones, Windows Mobile, and other mobile platforms, as well as important wireless services, infrastructure, and advertising companies. But there’s a lot of froth and hype in the market. With the economy in the tank and customers demanding real value, which companies and innovations will deliver what it takes to persevere and thrive? What applications and services will really improve business productivity? On the consumer side, how can wireless truly make people’s lives better, safer, more convenient, and more fun?
Finding the answers requires focusing on fundamental questions about 1) the business challenges and opportunities of the new wireless era, and 2) the most promising areas for future innovation in mobile technologies and services.
Murali Aravamudan, CEO, Veveo
Jeff Bussgang, General Partner, Flybridge Capital Partners
Chuck Goldman, CEO, Apperian
Dave Grannan, CEO, Vlingo
Jamie Hall, President, JNJ Mobile (creator of MocoSpace)
Mark Lowenstein, Managing Director, Mobile Ecosystem
Rich Miner, Managing Partner, Google Ventures
Ted Morgan, CEO, Skyhook Wireless
Alex “Sandy” Pentland, Toshiba Professor of Media, Arts, and Sciences, MIT Media Lab
Eswar Priyadarshan, CTO, Quattro Wireless
Mort Rosenthal, CEO, Enterprise Mobile
“Mobile Burst” technology demos by Bitstream, JumpTap, Pongr, uLocate, VMware, and others.
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Registration begins at 12:45 pm.
The program begins at 1:30 pm.
A networking reception will follow the program.
Early Bird Registration (ends March 27): $125.00
Regular Registration: $195.00
Student Registration: $50.00
Tickets are transferable but not refundable.
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Xconomy is also pleased to feature a lineup of outstanding local mobile technology companies on the Web at the Xconomy Mobile Innovation Showcase.