VCs Gaze Into Crystal Ball, Predict What Will Happen In 2012
When the NVCA and Dow Jones teamed up to survey hundreds of venture capital investors and CEOs in the sixth annual VentureView report, they asked participants to give their predictions for 2012.
SD and dongle faster than a wire for transferring and streaming media from mobile devices
CES, Las Vegas NV– January 3, 2011 – Alereon, Inc., the technology leader for Ultrawideband (UWB) ECMA solutions, and Spectec Computer Co. Ltd. a leading provider of SDIO solutions for mobile devices today announced the availability of the Spectec CameraJet™ Wireless Solution that brings new levels of speed and connectivity to the transfer of media from mobile devices. The Spectec solution consists of the SDU-7200 Wi-Jet SD card and the SDU-7500 Wi-Jet USB dongle. Both are powered by the Alereon ECMA and ISO standard AL6000 Ultrawideband chipset.
Horizon4G Wireless Enterprise purpose built to deliver high bandwidth,
high availability wireless
Feb. 15, 2011 (Business Wire) -- InnerWireless®, Inc. today launched its fiber-based broadband Distributed Antenna System (DAS) called Horizon4G Wireless Enterprise™, providing enterprise customers with unparalleled flexibility in delivering key wireless services in their facility, from multi-provider 3G and 4G LTE to fire/life/safety and 802.11n Wi-Fi. More than just infrastructure, InnerWireless’ new offering also includes professional services designed to help every enterprise customer maintain high availability for their wireless voice and data communication needs.
FT Global Investment Series: Focus on Canada
February 24, 2011 - Fairmont Dallas
UT Dallas, School of Management"
While getting angel and venture capital funding is harder now than during the technology bubble, it’s still possible to find early-stage equity funding for a business, experts said. But be prepared to work hard — and avoid land mines.
Having been burned by bad investments in the ’90s and 2000s, wealthy investors and venture capitalists that write checks today want to see evidence, in the form of customers, that an entrepreneur’s widget works as advertised and satisfies a market need, experts said.
Andrew Seybold Wireless University
March 21, 2011
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
at International CTIA Wireless 2011
Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL
2010 marked the milestone of the start of a new computing and communications era. For the first time in the US, smartphone shipments exceeded the traditional computer segments (desktops, notebooks and netbooks). In 2011, the smartphone segment, along with connected devices will not only exceeded the computer segment in unit shipment but more importantly, in overall revenues as well.
Apple, Android and social media platforms are serving to raise the bar for how wireless users connect and communicate. Today's wireless users are redefining usage habits and interactivity in ways unseen since the first cellular networks were launched in 1983. With the continuing popularity of smartphones (over 295 million sold in 2010), driven by iPhone 4G, various Android devices offered by leading device manufacturers such as Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG and others, plus the rise of tablets, driven by the hugely popular iPad, today’s wireless subscribers are downloading apps—almost 10 billion were downloaded last year—and accessing and interacting furiously, for example over 17 apps on average per day on iPhones.
"Roman Kikta to Speak at i7 Summit: A Global Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Society - Oct. 12-14, 2011 Chantilly, France"
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