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Consumer Demands Around Next Generation Wi-Fi Enabled Devices: The Impact on Device Manufacturers
Industry leaders Devicescape and Intel discuss consumer expectations around Wi-Fi (802.11x) enabled devices and the importance of public hotspot access.
eg3.com Senior Editor, Jason McDonald, moderates the discussion with presentations by Simon Wynn, Vice President of Devicescape and John Tennant, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Intel Corporation.
Webinar broadcast date:
23 June 2009, 9 AM, Pacific Daylight Time
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Detailed Information on this Webinar:
By now, everyone is familiar with Wi-Fi (802.11). What started on PCs has made its way to mainstream devices such as smartphones and netbooks to digital cameras and gaming consoles.
Wi-Fi (802.11) is everywhere - in our homes, at work, at hotels and cafes.
People's expectations of Wi-Fi devices and Wi-Fi access has grown.
People want it now.
Silicon innovator Intel and Easy Wi-Fi leader Devicescape will unveil the results of a survey taken by thousands of Wi-Fi enthusiasts.
Come learn what your audience wants in their next generation devices.
How do people use Wi-Fi?
What makes a good Wi-Fi application?
How you can make an existing application 'better?'
Delivering hotspot (WISPr) connectivity within your device?
Based on real data, this webinar explores how Wi-Fi is making its way into device and embedded computing.
If you, your company, or teams are motivated to add Wi-Fi capabilities to your device, improve upon an application by "going wireless" or are just curious about Wi-Fi - register for this FREE webinar.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
Presenter & Company Information:
About Simon Wynn:
As vice president of products, Simon Wynn brings over eighteen years of industry experience building and leading successful development organizations.
Most recently he served as vice president of engineering at Centrata.
Prior to Centrata, Simon spent six years at Marimba in a variety of positions, most recently as vice president of engineering and customer support.
At Marimba he was responsible for all aspects of the company's engineering operations, including financial planning, staffing and product development processes, including the successful acquisition of Marimba by BMC Software.
Prior to Marimba, he worked in the new media, groupware and application server divisions at Oracle Corporation, and prior to Oracle at Dolby Laboratories Inc. Simon received a Bachelors Degree with Honors in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the University of North London.
Devicescape is the leader in Easy Wi-Fi. The company has worked with device manufacturers and service providers since its inception and has hundreds of design wins in the best Wi-Fi products.
Its market-specific solutions -- Easy Wi-Fi for Handsets, Easy Wi-Fi for PCs and Easy Wi-Fi for Devices -- allow for the creation of superior products which are powerful, yet easy to use and compatible with a global network market.
About John Tennant:
John Tennant is the Director of Strategic Initiatives at Intel Corporation, where he focuses on capabilities and technologies adjacent to the PC space.
At Intel, he has held jobs in product marketing, IT, operations, and business development.
Mr. Tennant is also a member of the high-tech advisory council of Xerox Corporation; has run a dot-com in the music industry; and recently published The Maui CEO: Import from China, Sell on eBay, and Live Anywhere You Want which has won both the Editor's Choice and Reader's Choice awards.
John has lived in South Korea and Israel.
He holds a law degree from the University of Michigan
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live.
Express Logic develops, markets and supports the ThreadX® real-time operating system (RTOS), NetXTCP/IP networking stack, USBX USB stack, FileX® embedded file system, and PEGX GUI toolkit for embedded applications.
ThreadX is a royalty-free, full source code, small-footprint, low-overhead RTOS that is extremely easy to learn and use. ThreadX is one of the most widely deployed RTOS products in the world, with over 1.25 billion products based on ThreadX.