Archive for the ‘CTIA Shows’ Category
Announced on the Studio C stage, the E-Tech Awards winners represent the most innovative emerging mobile services, solutions and technology from areas such as the cloud, network equipment, M2M and the Internet of Things. More than 50 industry experts, analysts and media examined and scored the nearly 300 entries across CTIA’s three programs to determine […]
Critical policy issues are discussed regarding the FDA’s three classes of regulation on software for mobile health by Bradley Thompson, General Council for M-Health Regulatory Coalition.
During her day two keynote address, CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker discusses the importance of an Open Internet to wireless providers and consumers and the technical realities that make network management critical to the wireless industry.
Here are some MobileCON “can’t miss” thought leadership session today on the three stages for mobile IT professionals: Security & Trust: Is Enterprise OTT?, MobileCON Show Floor, Stage 3, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Moderator: John A. Marinho, Vice President of Technology and Cybersecurity, CTIA – The Wireless Association Andy Daudelin, VP of Security Services, […]
Day two of Super Mobility Week starts off at 9 a.m. with a Connected Car Panel hosted by AT&T Mobile and Business Solutions President and CEO Ralph de la Vega and AT&T Mobility President and CEO Glenn Lurie will also feature: Arun Bhikshesvaran, CMO, Ericsson Mary Chan, President of Global Connected Consumer, General Motors Mike […]
Hulu Head of Distribution & Strategic Partnerships Tim Connolly says with more than 500 million video views a month, 20% are watching on mobile devices, and this number only continues to grow dramatically.
Chairman Wheeler explains the complexities, challenges and opportunities for broadcasters, the wireless industry and consumers with the first-of-its-kind broadcast incentive auction in his keynote remarks.
Google Head of the Cloud Platform Doug Daniels talks with Bloomberg BNA Managing Editor Paul Barbagallo about its customers taking advantage of its infastructure, such as Snapchat and Secret, without investing heavily