Get ready for a heated debate as Accenture, in partnership with Cambridge Wireless, presents a panel of mobile industry gurus who are ready and willing to share their views about what is cool and what is not so hot at the Mobile World Congress 2013! If you attended MWC 2013, this is your chance to voice your own opinions with the rest of your peers. If you were not in Barcelona, this will be a great opportunity to have an overview of the trends and latest industry developments that were displayed at the last MWC 2013.
Speakers sharing their thought on MWC 2013 include:
Professor William Webb, CTO at Neul whose speciality subjects include spectrum and M2M and the concept of the “Weightless” white space network.
Dr Tony Milbourn, Director at u-blox UK – recently listed in the Top 100 companies making a difference in connected devices and M2M by Connected World Magazine
Dr. Richard Windsor, Founder of Radio Free Mobile - an opinionated blog whose recent discussion topics include whether Samsung is on borrowed time, whether LTE is mature enough as a technology to drive the next explosion in mobile, and more.
Geoff Stead, Senior Director of Mobile Learning at Qualcomm - one area of special interest is Mobile Learning and how emerging technologies can be used for learning, communication and collaboration. He was one of the first players in this emerging field and remains an industry leader and advisor to GSMA (the mobile governing body) as well as both the US & UK governments.
Paul Ceely, Head of Network Strategy, EE - responsible for developing and communicating the medium to long term Network Strategy for EE. He has 14 years of experience in telecoms, primarily in IP Transport and network security in Service Provider and mobile networks.
Raj Gawera, VP Marketing, Samsung Cambridge Mobile Solutions - a founder member of startup UbiNetics (1999), Raj then joined CSR in 2005 where he was part of the team that acquired SiRF Technologies for $136m (2009) to add GPS technology to the CSR portfolio. More recently in 2012, he helped sell CSR’s handset business to Samsung in a deal worth $310m for 310 staff.
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