- Is it really disruptive?
HTML5 has been talked about for a long
time as the most disruptive force for mobile applications
since the Apple Appstore was launched 5 years ago. But, can
it really change the industry dynamics? How do you solve the
reach problem for the developers? Many interesting
initiatives in 2013 like Firefox OS but will they make a
difference? How do developers view HTML5? We will take the
pulse of the industry and ask the tough questions.
LTE and Beyond - The future of
US is leading the globe in LTE
deployment. In fact, most of the cutting-edge engineering
with mobile networks is happening here with all major
operators deploying LTE. What's next for mobile networks.
How will they evolve over the course of the next decade?
Will we be able to keep ahead of the insatiable consumer
demand for more?
Summary of Mobile Breakfast Series Events in 2012/13
Cloud, SDN, and the art of mobile computing with Juniper,
Verizon, Synchronoss, and Guavus
Mobile 2013 with HP, Signia Venture Partners, Motorola, and
Operators/OTT - The way forward with AT&T, T-Mobile,
Sidecar, Groupon, and Ivycorp
Connected Devices, Cloud, and the Consumer with AT&T,
Synchronoss, and CNN
Operators/OTT - The way forward with Telefonica, Orange,
Rebtel, and Horizons Ventures
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