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Augmented Reality “AR” synchronizes digital data with the physical world in real time to enhance a user’s experience of their environment, and pushes the boundaries of vision and graphics processing, together with user interface, device and display design.
Although AR’s ‘killer app’ hasn’t yet emerged, powerful technologies for merging sensor and vision processing with graphical augmentations will soon enable new generations of mobile applications to deliver unprecedented utility and immersiveness in many application domains.
For silicon and system vendors, AR presents significant challenges and opportunities for differentiation. Not only do AR-capable mobile devices require real-time sensor, vision and graphics processing; this diverse processing must seamlessly interoperate at unprecedented levels of performance, otherwise AR applications will fail to engage users and will place heavy burdens on network operators’ infrastructure.
At the AR Forum, the Khronos Group describes its open, cross-platform API standards that provide essential acceleration for graphics, vision and sensor processing, and interoperate to enable compelling AR-enabled user experiences, creating new opportunities in the mobile ecosystem.
The AR Forum also features Khronos Member demonstrations highlighting AR-ready platforms based on Khronos APIs, and ends in a panel discussion.
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The LTE Forum explores the coming revolution in mobile data utility and network architecture. LTE promises to provide mobile users peak data rates of over 300 Mbps for downloads and rates approaching 100 Mbps for uploads. These speeds will fundamentally alter the way users view the utility of mobile data and create opportunities for innovative application developers and entrepreneurs to approach the market. This revolution has begun with launches in Europe, North America and Asia.
During the LTE Forum we’ll discuss the challenges and opportunities network operators face when building all-IP architectures, as well as their many benefits, including reduced latency and revolutionised network designs.
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Speaker: Mr. Keiichi Jay Miyahara, NEC’s Corporate Chief Engineer
The life with "internet" has evolved from simple email, file transfer, and web surfing to web-based communities and hosted services, such as social-networking sites, video sharing sites, wikis, blogs, and folksonomies. It can be said that most of these services are "user centric" and "user driven". They are gradually changing the way we communicate and are changing the business model of communication and service providers. LTE started by solving clear technical objectives: improve radio spectrum efficiency and provide economical Mobile Broadband Wireless network. The introduction of an all IP network architecture and various Open Interfaces will allow more flexibility in developing and deploying new services. This session will outline analysis of how this evolution will enable new services to be created and how it may create new business models similar to what has been happening in the Cloud era.
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Speaker: Mr. Liviu Gaftea, Senior Director Wireless International Marketing, ZTE Corporation.Mr. Gaftea has over 30 years of rich experience in the telecommunications/wireless industry.Host: Mr. Sean Cai, VP of Wireless, ZTE CorporationLTE Summit is designed to explore the application scenarios and ZTE will take this opportunity to share its points of view on LTE application scenarios.
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Network Optimisation and Data Monetisation
WithStrategy Analytics,Openwave Systems,Juniper Networks, and guest mobile operators
The next wave of mobile video and collaboration apps are blurring the line between subscriber and publisher. User-generated content has increased 14 times since 2010, a trend that necessitates new ways of thinking about network performance and personalisation.
LTE networks provide the foundation for a more “symmetrical internet” (supporting near-equal upload and download traffic), but an operator’s profitability ultimately depends on how well they can deliver a compelling user experience whilst optimising their traffic management and network architectures to monetise rapidly growing volumes of rich content.
Join us as we examine holistic approaches to network optimisation – approaches that complement bandwidth maximization techniques with best practices for managing subscriber demand and policy. Based on engagements with customers worldwide, we will discuss how the following areas are key in ensuring success in the new mobile internet:
JoinStrategy Analytics,Openwave,Juniper,and special guest speakers, for an engaging and interactive discussion followed by cocktails and networking.
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The increasing power and utility of the smartphone has made it the logical next target for the "bad guys," viruses, malware, spyware and more. How do insiders see the market evolving? How do you build successful and secure applications? What are best practices for layering on/incorporating infosec products for mobile devices? What are key "lessons learned?"
The Mobile Security Forum is a one day, industry-led thought leadership conference designed to enable developers and solution providers to focus on the issues facing the community, learn about new tools and techniques, and meet and network with others in the industry.
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27th February to 1st March 2012