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 Alcatel-Lucent, CDG, Deutsche Bank Securities, Hitachi, Huawei Technologies, LG Electronics, Motorola, Nortel, QUALCOMM and ZTE to Discuss Delivery of Next-generation Mobile Broadband Services


Leading wireless industry companies will be presenting a Special Interest Seminar to provide an in-depth overview of Ultra Mobile BroadbandTM (UMBTM) during CTIA Wireless 2007, March 27-29 in Orlando. The seminar will introduce UMB technology, including its technical advantages and commercial opportunities, and the multimedia services it will enable.


Presentation Topics:

  • Mobile Broadband Introduction
  • Technology Overview and Timelines
  • UMB Deployment Options
  • UMB Technology Features
  • Devices for UMB
  • UMB Performance
  • Applications and Services on the Road to UMB
  • UMB Next-Generation Network
  • UMB Services and Applications

This UMB seminar is hosted by the CDG, moderated by James Person, COO of the CDG, and will include presentations from the following leading wireless industry companies:

  • Mike Hobby, Director, CDMA Marketing, Alcatel-Lucent
  • Brian Modoff, Managing Director, Senior Wireless Equipment Analyst, Deutsche Bank Securities
  • Toshiro Suzuki, Senior Vice President, Mobile System Development, Hitachi
  • Jane Wan, Director, Marketing, Huawei
  • Dr. In-Kyung Kim, Vice President, R&D, LGE
  • Pepe Lastres , Director, Marketing, Motorola
  • Anit Lohtia, Director, Next Generation Air Interface Technologies, Nortel
  • Eduardo Esteves, Senior Director, Technical Marketing, QUALCOMM
  • Donglin Shen, Vice President, Wireless Technology, ZTE

Tuesday, March 27, 2007, 1:30PM - 5:00PM


CTIA Wireless 2007
Orange County Conference Center, Room 303 A/B/C


There is no charge to attend the seminar; however, you must be a registered participant of CTIA Wireless 2007.

Please visit for more details and to pre-register.

The CDG is a trade association formed to foster the worldwide development, implementation and use of advanced wireless technologies. The more than 130 member companies of the CDG include many of the world’s largest wireless carriers and equipment manufacturers. The primary activities of the CDG include development of wireless technology features and services, public relations, education and seminars, regulatory affairs and international support.

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