Wireless Connections 2003, a gathering of representatives from the global wireless industry sponsored by KPMG LLP a...
April 22, 2003
Wireless Connections 2003, a gathering of representatives from the global wireless industry sponsored by KPMG LLP and Macleod Dixon LLP, have announced that executives from Intel Corp. and Nortel Networks will deliver keynote presentations at the May 29-30 conference in Calgary.
Hans Geyer, vice president and general manager of Intel’s PCA Components Group, will discuss how the convergence of the computing and communications industries will spur innovation, drive demand and create new opportunities within the marketplace.
The presentation, entitled, “Convergence and Innovation,” will examine the direction of wireless communication and its influence on the telecommunications sector, the semiconductor industry and the global Internet economy.
Harold Graham, vice-president of wireless networks CDMA/TDMA Access R&D at Nortel, will discuss how the wireless value chain will be re-defined as the industry shifts from being largely based on voice, to one based on wireless data.
His presentation will review key technologies and emerging applications that are positioned to transform and enhance personal interactions and business operations.
“Wireless Connections 2003 provides an opportunity for industry leaders to discuss the surges in innovation and how they have fostered the demand for wireless technology,” said Geyer. “We look forward to sharing our knowledge of the computing and communications industries and examining the evolution of these areas over the next couple of years.”
Further information on the conference is available at www.wirelessconnections2003.com.