|[November 08, 2010]
SEVEN Networks CTO to Speak on Impact of Mobile App Traffic and Signaling on Wireless Networks as Part of RCR Wireless News Conference Series
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
Networks today announced that Michael Luna, chief technology
officer, will speak as part of the RCR Wireless (News - Alert) "Mobile
Broadband: Innovation and Opportunity" event.
The RCR Local Speaker Series is the premier event covering the critical
issues surrounding the growth of wireless networks around the world.
Conference attendees will be able to interact with industry leaders
about new mobile broadband investments required and learn how carriers,
device manufacturers and mobile service providers can respond to the
"data tsunami" resulting from the explosive growth of smart devices.
The rapid adoption of smartphones paired with increasing downloads of
chatty applications is causing significant congestion on wireless
networks and carriers need to find a way to address these issues without
affecting the user experience. Michael is a pioneer in the wireless data
industry and his experience makes him an asset to this conference series.
As CTO for SEVEN (News - Alert), Luna is responsible for the company's long-term
technology and innovation strategy. Prior to joining SEVEN, Luna held
leadership positions with AliphCom, Openwave Systems and 724 Solutions (News - Alert).
Luna has co-authored industry standards and held industry leadership
positions in OMA, WAP Forum, CDG, TIA and PCMIA.
For more information, follow SEVEN on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/SEVEN_Networks.
SEVEN is the leading provider of push-enabled mobile email and messaging
solutions for mass-market devices. The SEVEN push platform is a turnkey
multi-device, multi-service solution, enabling operators and device
manufacturers to simplify delivery of services across a broad device
portfolio while optimizing wireless networks' data traffic. SEVEN's
flagship application, push email, and its underlying platform are in
production in 14 languages across the five continents, and support
hundreds of device models across eight operating systems.
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