Track: 4G Wireless Evolution -- The Applications Imperative (4G6)
TV Dichotomy: Over the Top versus On the Internet
|Wednesday - 02/04/09, 8:30-9:15am|
The digital rights issues that the Broadcast industry faced a few years back have lessoned in importance as the consumer continues to participate in the creation and distribution of content. As the perceived value of accessing and sharing content increases, new opportunities for wireless distribution increase. The opportunities for wireless distribution has been the subject of many a wireless strategy.
• Why does 4G manage Video out of the packets?
• Will data pricing be cross elastic on video solutions?
Anatoli Levine (Moderator)
Director, Product Management – DTBU
Vice President, Product Management
Eric Burger (Moderator)
How do you deliver wireless applications in the world of 4G?
|Wednesday - 02/04/09, 9:25am-10:10am|
What Service Delivery Creation environments does a service provider have to support in order to deliver and support 4G applications? The use of the web as the model for communication is setting up a new strategy for browsing communication services and peer to peer solutions. The future will be shaped by a highly competitive Internet market augmented by innovative new technology, new devices, new applications and open spectrum. What is the concept of a service in the future? How does it relate to a network operator’s capabilities?
Vice President, Dialogic® Media Labs
Bill Kelly (Moderator)
For Immediate Release Public Relations
ITE Services, Inc.
The Road ahead for Device Design
|Wednesday - 02/04/09, 10:15-11:00am|
This session will take a look at the very interesting subject of mobile Internet device design. The session will seek answers and create debate on a number of questions:
• Which is cooler the device or the application that’s running on it?
• What makes a device’s design so compelling as to set it apart from other devices on the market?
• What are the defining features of a successful Mobile Internet Device? Are components enabling specialty devices?
• Does full access to the Internet change provisioning strategies?
• Given Internet connectivity, what drives application development?
Principal Architect for Mobile Security
CEO, Director of Content
Director, Market Development
The New Rules of Wireless Peering
|Wednesday - 02/04/09, 11:15-12:00pm|
The GSMA is taking advantage of IP to create a means to exchange common traffic and bypass the land line legacy connections used in the past. This ability has significant meaning for other end to end services and the terms of this exchange must be negotiated amongst the carriers in the future.
Carlos Da Silva
Orange & i3Forum
CEO, Director of Content
Director, Solutions Marketing
Chief Technology Officer