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Beyond the Phone: Mobile Internet Devices

Tuesday - 09/01/09,  9:00-10:15am

Mobile Internet Devices will enable exciting new applications for the broadband consumer. How will smartphones and netbooks change the way we work and play. What are the major differences between these two categories of devices and will they eventually blend into one type of device? What unique services will MID’s provide access to? How will “WiMAX ready” MID’s accelerate mobile broadband demand? How quickly will these devices be adopted and what impact will they have on demand for 4G Wireless Services?

Presented by:

Patrick Scannell
Director, Market Development
Mark Pecen
VP Network Architecture
Research in Motion
Scott Snyder (Moderator)
Chief Executive Officer and President
Decision Strategies International
Shawn Molodow
Director, Market Development

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Does your 4G Device Communicate or Compute?

Tuesday - 09/01/09,  10:30-11:45am

Cell phones provide texting, email, browsing and picture taking capabilities. Many consumers think of their phone as a computer while the computer manufacturers see computing opportunities for mobile internet devices. What leading applications will drive manufacturers to build a cell phone that computes or a computer to communicate? In a 4G world, how many devices is the consumer willing to own?

Presented by:

David H. Yedwab (Moderator)
Market Strategy & Analytics Partners
Al Petrick
Market Segment Manager
Paul Vroomen
Sandbridge Technologies

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The IEEE’s Wireless Ethernet Keeps Growing and Going

Tuesday - 09/01/09,  12:45-2:00pm

The 802. Specifications have become part of our daily life but often do not get credit for their ability to deliver product that is both interoperable and service independent. This session will look at both WiFi and WiMAX as potential 4G evolution technologies and will examine the history of spectrum licensing and the impact of “old” design issues on the 4G network of the future.

Presented by:

Fanny Mlinarsky

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Tuesday - 09/01/09,  2:00-3:15pm

The migration to LTE and WiMAX may not be an “either / or” discussion, but a story of blending. Service Providers must be ready to adopt an approach that will support the speeds and data throughput requirements that wireless customers will expect. This session will look at the real differences in these technologies and show how both carriers and consumers will adopt them. The session will examine the alternative technologies as well the migration issues that service providers must take into consideration when transitioning to a WiMAX or LTE platform. The session will also discuss how these two technologies will co-exist.
• Are the speeds of WiMAX going to differentiate applications?
• Will 4G applications require more throughput?
• When will Interoperability be achieved for WiMAX?
• How will legal and commercials issues impact this evolution?

Presented by:

Hems Pierre Jerome
Director, Product Management
Kai Miao
Senior Researcher and Director of Information Technology Research
Intel Corporation
Joe Mazzeo (Moderator)
Crossfire Consulting
Mark Pecen
VP Network Architecture
Research in Motion

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Stimulating Rural WiMAX

Tuesday - 09/01/09,  3:15-4:30pm

WiMAX solutions are viewed as an alternative service strategy for Rural and remote access areas. What aspect of WiMAX technology makes that long last mile cost effective? Why has the use of the Fixed WiMAX made an effective service for greenfields and rurals? What devices are installed at the customer’s

Presented by:

Ken Gawlek
Worldwide Head of Wimax
John H. Longo
Industry Analyst and Principal
Broadband Market Visions
Robert Mazer (Moderator)
Kevin Suitor
VP, Corporate Marketing
Redline Communications
David Byrnes (Moderator)

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