CTIA Super Mobility

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Coming to the Sands, Las Vegas, September 9 – 11 is CTIA Super Mobility, in partnership with Microsoft. This year sees a relaunch of the CTIA-powered trade event. CTIA Super mobility recognizes the changes in the wireless world, and now brings together every conceivable aspect of portable technology.

This event is billed as, “The Industry’s Hot Spot for Everything Mobile” and this year’s theme is, ‘Immerse Yourself.’ The conference schedule will enable you to immerse yourself in knowledge, offering tracks for Future Mobile Networks, Connected Life, Innovation-Startups, and Washington goes mobile (with a focus on policy matters). Immerse yourself in experience by attending keynotes from a diverse group of industry professionals, including Glenn Lurie, President and CEO of At&T Mobile, Bob Pitman, Chairman and CEO of iHeart Media, and Richard Maltsbarger, Chief Development Officer and President of Lowe’s International. This event attracts industry members and professionals who are at the cutting edge of ‘the newest mobile innovations for business, home, networks, retail, health, auto, media and money.’

Each day of the conference includes a selection of part-day sessions, as well as partner events. Attendees will be able to tailor this range of sessions to individual needs. Looking to launch a successful MNVO in the US? There’s a session on the first day. Interested in a Mobile Innovation Conference? Look to day 2 for the schedule, and times. There’s also the Super Mobility Newsroom, and, of course, the Show Floor, open each day. The VIP Club offers private meeting rooms, opportunities for networking and a host of executive amenities – available with the purchase of a VIP CTIA pass or Super pass.

An enormous exhibitor space (more than 275,000 square feet) promises over 1100 exhibits of the latest cutting edge technology. The huge area is divided into  eight themed exhibit spaces, for the ease of attendees. Dedicated sections, alongside the main exhibition floor, ensure attendees will truly become  immersed in cutting edge development. Here are some examples:

  • Mobile/CE Retail: includes Accessories, Devices and Consumer, Electronics, gsm Exchange, Hardware, Interactive Retail, Solutions, Prepaid Solutions, supply Chain, Management, Value-Added, Distribution, wireless Repair Expo
  • Networked Society: this area features a selection of pavilions showcasing the latest in emerging areas. For example, the Connected Home Pavilion features companies which showcase the latest technologies for connected living, in areas such as security, energy management and multimedia

Future Mobile Networks: featuring the Tower and Small Cell Summit, the Testing Solutions Pavilion and the M2M Zone, which itself has 70 exhibitors and is the largest IoT/M2M event in North America

A series of partner events broaden the experience to encompass specific topics and technologies. Full information on this is available on the Super Mobility website. In addition, entries have been invited for the CTIA Awards Program, which celebrates the ‘brilliant minds and cutting-edge products that are dramatically transforming the way we live, work and play.’

CTIA Super Mobility, relaunched as an all-encompassing showcase for the industry, promises to take attendees into current and future possibilities – not to be missed!

 

Rina Kenton
Rina Kenton, an English teacher for over 30 years, runs her own tutoring business. She has taught all aspects of English and literature from middle-school through the college level. Rina’s teaching career began in London, England, where she taught English and Theatre in high school. After moving to Arizona in 1999, she joined the faculty of Pardes Jewish Day School. She was integral to the development of the middle school curriculum, and saw the school grow and flourish over twelve years. Rina began to teach SAT students alongside her day job and is now an experienced SAT prep teacher. Rina is an expert in all aspects of the reading, writing and essay elements of the SAT.
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Rina Kenton

About Rina Kenton

Rina Kenton, an English teacher for over 30 years, runs her own tutoring business. She has taught all aspects of English and literature from middle-school through the college level. Rina’s teaching career began in London, England, where she taught English and Theatre in high school. After moving to Arizona in 1999, she joined the faculty of Pardes Jewish Day School. She was integral to the development of the middle school curriculum, and saw the school grow and flourish over twelve years. Rina began to teach SAT students alongside her day job and is now an experienced SAT prep teacher. Rina is an expert in all aspects of the reading, writing and essay elements of the SAT.