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Don't miss the 2007 3G CDMA North America Regional Conference, October 8-10 in San Diego
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The CDMA Development Group (CDG) will host the 2007 3G CDMA North America Regional Conference, October 8-10 in San Diego. Three keynote presenters will lead the speaker line-up on Wednesday, October 10: Bernard Kim, Head, North American Sales, Electronic Arts, will explore "The Market for and Future Development of Mobile Gaming," Carol Realini, CEO, Obopay, will speak on "The Impact of Mobile Payments in the Wireless World," and Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm, will discuss "The Future of Wireless - What's Ahead for CDMA?"

Additional topics to be presented are the technology, network and device evolution of CDMA2000®, from Revision A and Revision B, then on to Ultra Mobile BroadbandTM (UMB), and operator perspectives on the current and future opportunities and challenges facing the wireless industry.

The conference will include a workshop on Tuesday, October 9, entitled "Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) and 700 MHz Business Opportunities," and a half-day training course on Monday afternoon, October 8, offered by CDMA University, "1xEV-DO Concepts for Business Professionals."

For more information on how your company can participate, contact Ellen Kosson of the CDG at [email protected]

Make plans now to join us in San Diego. Detailed conference information and online registration are available at http://www.cdg.org/NARC_2007.

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