Mobilize 2010: The Future of the Mobile Web

August 30, 2010

4:41 pm

Every so often we like to highlight upcoming conferences and events that we believe our entrepreneurs may want to attend. Next month, our friends at GigaOm are producing Mobilize 2010 – the mobile and cloud-based computing event of the year. Mobilize 2010 will bring together the thought leaders and practitioners of the mobile web ecosystems for discussions, demonstrations and debate. The conjunction of mobile computing and cloud-based services will unleash a new wave of product and market growth that many mobile entrepreneurs may want to be a part of. As a TECH cocktail reader you can save $100 when you register here.

Mobilize will feature a stellar line-up of speakers representing all aspects of the mobile Internet from blue-chip companies to start-ups to investors. GigaOM editors and analysts will lead the discussion:

  • What the “mobile cloud” will do for innovation services and products
  • How new wireless broadband networks will enable consumer adoption of cloud services for mobile
  • What impacts touch devices and new form factors are having on markets
  • Where the opportunities are for Internet-connected objects – “The Internet of Things” or M2M (Machine-to-machine)
  • Which mobile monetization options are succeeding
  • Why the architecture of wireless networks will be linked to cloud-based services
  • Which mobile web technologies are being funded and why

Come listen to startup greats and innovation leaders share their insights on the next wave of mobile innovation and where you should invest your time. The schedule and speaker list continue updating daily. See details here.

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Samantha has been a long time contributor to Tech Cocktail, and runs SLS Consulting, a marketing and partnerships practice in the San Francisco Bay Area. Follow Samantha at @sfsam22.

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