Wireless Event next week in London: combined with new mobile broadband show

by Guy J Kewney | posted on 15 May 2008

This year, "mobile broadband" is running alongside the Wireless Event in London next week. And the Event is now "Wireless08" just to confuse us all.

NewsWireless will be there; look out for our Editor Wednesday at Olympia. Exhibitors: make sure we have your show release this week, please.

And here's the official announcement:

Now in its sixth year, Wireless 08 is set to be the most exciting edition of this event yet, once again earning its place as the UK's leading specialist wireless event. Hosting over 150 leading communications IT companies featuring companies such as The Cloud, Tropos Networks and Mesh Hopper, the event will showcase to enterprise the latest wireless technologies available today and unveiling the networks of tomorrow. Key sponsors of the event include BT, Motorola, T-Mobile, Oracle, HP, Siemens and Aruba Networks.

The event hosts a comprehensive seminar series including a 'How To' seminar that will address how wireless networks can be used to enhance business performance and reduce costs. The seminars will offer real-world, impartial advice on how to evaluate and deploy wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, WiMAX, 3G, RFID and WvoIP and what the challenges are. Independent tutorials will be available from leading IT experts, together with demonstrations of key applications and technologies. Other seminars include 'Wireless Security and Management', 'Wireless Infrastructure and Devices' and Wireless and mobile applications.

The Wireless Event is organised by the company behind other successful communications events such as Unified Communications 08 incorporating VoIP for Business and IP 08.Running alongside Wireless08: The Mobile Broadband Congress 2008

Delegates can hear from top level executives from mobile operators, telcos and WISPs as they debate strategy and policies at Mobile Broadband Congress 2007. Keynote speakers include Johan Wickman, VP Head of R&D, TeliaSonera, Professer Ed Candy, CTO '3' Group, Steve Andrews, Chief of Mobility and Convergence, BT Group, Charles Jenne, Policy Director, Spectrum Policy Group, Ofcom, Peter Gardner, Sector Partner, 3i Group PLC and Kerry Ritz, CEO, Palringo

Attendance Cost: Free

Organisers: Rock Media, an Imago group company

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