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PROMINENT KEYNOTE SPEAKERS TO DISCUSS OPPORTUNITIES WITH CDMA2000 AT CDMA AMERICAS CONGRESS

Senior Executives from Companies Across the Wireless Industry will Provide Broad Perspective on the Wireless Marketplace

WHAT:

The 2002 CDMA Americas Congress will focus on the technical innovations and business opportunities available with CDMA2000, the first 3G technology to be commercially launched. CDMA2000 is now deployed on 22 networks in Asia, Europe and the Americas, and used by more than 17 million subscribers.

The event will include general sessions, special interest tracks, the 8th annual CDMA Test Forum and pre- and post-conference workshops.

WHO:

Keynotes at the 2002 CDMA Americas Congress include:

  • Ralph de la Vega, President, BellSouth Latin America
  • Gerhard Weise, Executive Vice President, Americas, Ericsson
  • Hiroshi Sakai, Director and Senior General Manager, KDDI
  • Howard W. "Skip" Speaks, President and Chief Executive Officer, Kyocera Wireless Corp.
  • Dr. Arun Netravali, Chief Scientist, Lucent Technologies
  • Pascal Debon, President, Wireless Networks, Nortel Networks
  • Don Listwin, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Openwave Systems
  • Jacob Christfort, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President, Oracle
  • Dr. Irwin Jacobs, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Qualcomm
  • Oliver Valente, Chief Technology Officer, Sprint
  • Dr. Greg Papadopoulos, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Sun Microsystems

Representatives from operators, equipment vendors, content providers, application developers and the analyst community will share their experiences and knowledge on subjects ranging from network implementation and optimization to marketing and revenue generation strategies. Additional information and highlights of the conference can be found on the event Web site at www.cdma-americas.com.

WHEN: Dec. 3-5, 2002
WHERE: San Diego Convention Center
111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, Calif. 92101 USA
PRESS
REGISTRATION:
Contact Valerie Christopherson of the CDG News Bureau at (714) 540-1030 x14 or via e-mail at vchristopherson@bockpr.com to obtain the latest CDMA Americas Congress program and to register for the event.