Mobile World Congress 2014 (MWC 2014)
Post on 28-Jan-2015
DESCRIPTIONA brief about MWC-2014 held at Barcelona, Spain.
- 1. AGENDA Introduction Conferences Agenda Venue About the Event Key Note Programme Special Guest Who Attended Speakers New Releases & Announcements Featured Releases Popular Awards Snapshots
2. INTRODUCTION The worlds largest trade show devoted to the wireless industry. A place for mobile leaders to gather, collaborate and conduct business. 75,000 delegates from 200 countries and 1800 companies from the mobile telecommunication sector showed their presence. Inaugurated by Prince Felipe de Borbon, and the opening speech given by Mark Zuckerberg. 3. CONFERENCES AGENDA Industry Perspective: Mobile Operator Strategies Mobile, Disrupted: Challenging the State of Play The Connected Lifestyle: Transforming Industries Moving Money: Re-thinking Transactions Up Close & Personal: The Power of Big Data Innovation Unleashed The Battle for the Multi-Screen Home 4. VENUE Once again The Mobile World Congress 2014 is taking place in Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain. One of the largest and most modern venues in Europe for seeking industry opportunities, making deals, and Networking. Deployed 1,200 WiFi access points across the site, making this one of the worlds largest WiFi networks ever installed in an exhibition centre. 5. ABOUT THE EVENT Provide insight and developments on key GSMA and industry initiatives: Personal Data Connected Living Digital Commerce Network 2020 Network APIs Spectrum Other Public Policy Matters and Mobile for Development Global Mobile Awards programme mPowered Industries, a new conference and exhibition programme on Health, Advertising, Broadcast and Travel industries. WIP and GSMA jointly to bring the best and biggest DEVCON and HACKATHON 6. KEYNOTE PROGRAMME Business Transformation Connected Living Data Analytics Developing Markets Devices Future of communications Intelligent networks Mobile Commerce and Payments Mobile Identity and Privacy Network Economics and Network Optimisation and Others 7. SPECIAL GUESTS Genevieve Bell Intel Fellow, Intel Labs Director User Experience Research. Her famous research paper -Forget What You Think You Know Tommy Palm A game designer and entrepreneur, he earned the title 'Games Guru' at leading casual social games company, King Mark Murphy CommonsWare Founder The Fuuuuuuuuuuuture! The Next Billion Users Contd... 8. WHO ATTENDED More than 72,000 attendees More than 41,000 C-Level leaders More than 4,300 CEOs in attendance Nearly 1,700 exhibitors utilising 94,000 net square metres of exhibition and business meeting space. 3,400+ press members representing 1,500 media outlets from 79 countries. 9. SPEAKERSContd.. 10. SPEAKERS 11. ANNOUNCEMENTSNokia X,Nokia X+ and Nokia XL 2,L40,L70 and L90Google: 'Project Tango' smartphone smartwatch & Gear sensing the worldMoto XHTC Desire 816Sony Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z2 TabletLG G ProGalaxy X5,Gear 2 Fitness band 12. FEATURED RELEASES Lenovo comes out with upgraded Yoga Tablet 10HD+ SanDisk has built the world's smallest 128GB MicroSDXC card Boeing unveils smart phone that will self destruct Image-recognition and augmented reality app Blippar will be the first of its kind on Google Glass, the company announced. Sony is showing off its own Smart Eyeglass concept 13. POPULAR AWARDS Best Overall Mobile App: CityMapper Most Innovative Mobile App: PointGrab for CamMe Best Smartphone: HTC One Best Low Cost Smartphone: Nokia Lumia 520 Best Featured Phone: Nokia 105 Most Innovative Device Manufacturer of the Year: LG Best Mobile Tablet: Apple iPad Air 14. SNAPSHOTS 15. GUEST COMMENTS Mark Zukerberg-- "WhatsApp is a great company and it's a great fit forus.Already almost half a billion people love using WhatsApp for messaging.It's the most engaging app that we've ever seen that exists on mobile by far. WhatsApp founder and CEO Jan Koum has promised its mission wont change and that it will remain independently run following its $19bn acquisition by Facebook. JD Howard, Lenovos vice president says Motorola will play a huge role in the run phase of its crawl, walk, run strategy, wherein it will re-infiltrate markets that Samsung and Apple currently dominate. Cisco CEO, John Chambers believes the Internet of everything, also known as the Internet of things, will create $19 trillion in economic benefit and value over the next 16. REFERENCES http://www.mobileworldcongress.com/ http://www.bloomberg.com/ http://www.mirror.co.uk/ http://www.thedrum.com/ http://www.cnet.com/ http://www.variety.com/ http://www.androidpolice.com/ http://tech.firstpost.com/ http://businesstoday.intoday.in/ http://www.forbes.com/technology/ 17. Thank You www.facebook.com/appstudioz@appstudioz