The Wireless Event Exhibition and Seminars
Mobility and wireless are not just IT topics it goes to the heart of every organisations culture, processes and productivity.
The Wireless Event, now in its fifth year, brings together the latest in wireless network and mobile device applications that can help enterprises reduce costs and improve business practices.
Over two days in London, this large scale exhibition will showcase the latest and demonstrate the best ways to cost, plan and deploy technologies such as Wi-Fi, WiMAX, 3G, RFID and WVoIP. BT, Intel, Connect Spot, Siemens and Quiconnect are the main sponsors for The Wireless Event, which will host more than 60 exhibitors.
Visitors will be able to attend How To seminars to view live demonstrations and ask the experts plus be able to see the latest enterprise mobile devices in the Device Zone. Visitors can also learn more about the wireless and mobility fields and receive hands on tips at the Education Sessions.
The Wireless Event is organised by the company behind other successful communications events such as VoIP for Business 07 and IP 07. It is the leading event of its type in Europe, helping companies keep pace with developments in technology.
The Mobile Broadband Congress 2007
Delegates can hear from top level executives from mobile operators, telcos and WISPs as they debate strategy and policies at Mobile Broadband Congress 2007. Keynote speakers include Sanjiv Ahuja, Orange CEO, Steve Andrews BT Group Chief of Mobility and Convergence and FMCA Chairman and Barry West, Sprint Nextel, President 4G Mobile Broadband and CTO.
Wireless Cities UK
Also over the two days, the Wireless Cities policy and technology conference, will look at how Wi-Fi, WiMAX, cellular, proprietary systems can provide solutions to transform local government authorities.
Attendance at The Wireless Event is free.
Wireless Cities UK is 595 + VAT and 395+VAT (public sector)
The Mobile Broadband Congress is 1,195 + VAT
Organisers: Rock Media, an Imago group company,
Telephone: Rock Media and Imago Communications: +44 (0) 20 8247 4000