Technosium 2008 Global Conference and Expo in Silicon Valley to Focus on Enterprise IT World and Wireless & Mobile Broadband Telecommunications
SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Technosium 2008 Conference and Expo being held in Silicon Valley on January 29-31, 2008 announced today that the dual focus of this integrated global event for 2008 is Enterprise IT World and WiMoCom (Wireless and Mobile Broadband Telecommunications).
SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 28 /PRNewswire/ — Technosium 2008 Conference and Expo being held in Silicon Valley on January 29-31, 2008 announced today that the dual focus of this integrated global event for 2008 is Enterprise IT World and WiMoCom (Wireless and Mobile Broadband Telecommunications).
WiMoCom part of Technosium 2008 includes wireless technology services and solutions such as Cellular, Wi-Fi, WiMax, RFID and Bluetooth for the corporate and public sectors. WiMoCom is the next level extension of the National Wireless Summit and Expo held on the campus of U.C.L.A. in Los Angeles, CA (http://www.wirelesscityexpo.com). Meanwhile the Enterprise IT World will focus on Software-as-a-Service (SaaS); Network Access Control NAC, Web 2.0 and Web Applications; Wireless and Mobile Applications; Compliance and Standards; Enterprise 2.0; Access and Identity Management; Integrated Security; Virtualization; Threats and Intrusion Prevention; SOA; Data Centers; Convergence; Network Infrastructure; Tomorrow's Technology Today; Real Deployment Solutions, IP Telephony; Unified Communications; Email and Messaging. Technosium 2008 is also featuring live Product Labs for government, public and private enterprise decision makers and end-users to verify and update themselves on real solutions first-hand at the expo. To exhibit products and solutions at Technosium 2008 Expo, please visit: http://www.technosium.com/exhibitor/
The WiMoCom (Wireless & Mobile Broadband Telecommunications) part of Technosium 2008 includes technologies such as Satellite, Cellular, Wi-Fi, WiMax, RFID, and Bluetooth covering tracks such as Mobile OS System Panel; Municipal/Community Wireless Network Applications — Dual mode handheld devices, Automated Meter Reading Systems (AMR), On-site permitting, Fleet Management Systems and Telemedicine; Wireless Public Safety Applications and Interoperability — E911 with location determination and Video Surveillance; National Public Safety Wireless Network; Discussion on FCC Auction for 700mhz spectrum; WiFi and WiMax Service Provider Panels — WiFi and WiMax OEM Panels, Wireless Security; Cellular Service Provider Panels — The emerging and changing players; Wi-Fi and WiMax VOIP; Wireless Network Management; Federal Funding for Wireless Infrastructure Initiatives; Building Wireless Broadband Infrastructure in International & Rural Communities; Mobile Advertising; Mobile Banking; Mobile Entertainment; Wi-Fi and RFID Real-time location systems; GPS; Testing & Measurement for 802.11 and 802.16 Technologies. To learn more, visit http://www.technosium.com/conference/ and register for a conference pass and a FREE EXPO attendee pass worth US$75. The event is attracting visitors from all over the world and invitation letters for VISA requests can be directed to Technosium headquarters in Silicon Valley http://www.technosium.com. The event is sponsored by worldwide media including Silicon Valley Communications.
"Increasing participation from both private and public sectors deploying wireless and mobile broadband networks in urban and rural communities for corporate and government efficiency, public safety and meeting consumer demand is creating new opportunities for the wireless and mobile industry," said John Ramos, Executive Director for Technosium's Wireless and Mobile Broadband Telecommunication division — WiMoCom. "Technosium 2008 Conference and Expo is the ideal place for the government, private sector and wireless industry to meet and close the technology gap."
John Ramos has extensive public sector experience in wireless broadband projects and initiatives. Mr. Ramos participated on the review and selection panel for the City of Sacramento Wireless Project in 2006 and is also the Executive Director and initiator for the Wireless Sacramento Regional Project (http://www.WiSac.org). He also serves on the "Expert Advisory Panel" for the California Emerging Technology Fund (http://www.cetfund.org). To exhibit products and solutions at Technosium 2008 Expo, please visit: http://www.technosium.com/exhibitor/ or email John Ramos at firstname.lastname@example.org
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