Verizon Wireless, Parks Associates, Samsung, Sprint to speak at The Open Mobile Summit, San Francisco

by Mindi Sue Sternblitz-Rubenstein | Oct. 10, 2011

Google, Verizon Wireless, Parks Associates, Samsung, Sprint, Sony Ericsson, YouTube to speak at the Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco from November 2-4.  Now in its 4th year The Open Mobile Summit is widely recognized as the thought-leadership event for business leaders in mobile, Internet and media convergence.  

Special highlighted sessions include:

Fireside Chat: Connected Car
November 2, 2011
2:15 - 3:15 PM
Speakers: Sprint and Chrysler


Panel: Video everywhere and the future of TV
November 2, 2011
2:15 - 3:15 PM

Speakers: Disney/ABC, CBS Interactive, BBC, YouTube, Hulu

-- Multi-screen media models TV Everywhere, Internet TV, live streaming to tablets – which look set to dominate (in the multi-screen media era)
-- Connected TV: How (and when) will Internet-connected TV's change the game? The end of the set top box?
-- TV gets social – and interactive. How?
-- The second screen: Where the smartphone meets the tablet and the connected TV
-- Monetization: How can we monetize the multi-screen world? Changing business dynamics, rights and windowing strategies across the connected devices.

Panel: Taking the connected home to market
November 2, 2011
4:00 - 5:00 PM
Speakers: Parks Associates, Samsung Electronics, Pandigital, Vitality, Verizon Telecom, Best Buy Mobile

-- What are the applications that can drive consumer adoption? From energy monitoring and home security to healthcare and wellbeing
-- Where are the revenue opportunities and what's the business case? Service bundles, maintenance contracts and more
-- Who does what? How is the relationship between the operator and the consumer products company evolving? What might the successful partnering strategies be?
-- What are the implications of a networked open eco-system of devices in terms of data revenues?
-- Once devices are connected, what are the opportunities for open APIs for 3rd party app development?
-- What's the significance of the trend to mobile as remote control for the connected home? How about the home hub?
-- Who will own the home? Electronics company, operator, utility provider? What's Apple's plan?

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