The 2004 CDMA Americas Congress (www.cdma-americas.com) will provide
attendees with key information on CDMA business and investment strategies,
network infrastructure developments, content and applications.
The Americas Congress is the largest gathering of CDMA professionals
in the region, with more than 100 speakers, 1,500 delegates, compelling
keynote addresses, thought-provoking workshops, and new product launches.
Leading wireless and technology companies will participate as speakers,
sponsors and exhibitors, and showcase a wide array of new products, services
This year’s program will feature business strategy and technology
sessions and the tenth annual CDMA Test Forum. The business tracks will
focus on building sustainable competitive advantages through content such
as mobile music, gaming and film, and enterprise and marketing applications
that lead to new revenue opportunities for the entire value chain. Other
topics include service interoperability, push-to-talk and customer adoption
The technology tracks will cover 3G evolution strategies, IP network
migration, data roaming, network convergence, application platforms and
the latest developments in devices. For a complete agenda, please visit
Representatives from the industry’s leading firms will present
their expert views and industry insights on these topics, including: AHCIET,
American Greetings Corporation, Bell Mobility, Bermuda Digital Communications,
Chasma Interactive Publishing, CTIA, Current Analysis, Deutsche Banc Securities,
Downplay, Enpocket, Eurotel, Freemantle Media, Gamespot, IBM, iGillott
Research, InfoAmericas, Leap Wireless, mForma, Mobile Entertainment Forum,
Mobliss, Nextel Communications, Open Mobile Alliance, Outlook4Mobility,
Reliance Infocomm, The Shosteck Group, SK Telecom, Sony Music Entertainment,
Sprint, TELUS, Thumbworks, Univision, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless,
Virgin Mobile USA, VIVO, Warner Music Group, Western Wireless, WiderThan.com,
Yahoo! and Zingy.
The 2004 CMDA Americas Congress is co-organized by the CDMA Development
Group (CDG) and the Institute for International Research (IIR).