Shanghai, China (October 15, 2009) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — Hosted by China Mobile Communications Association (CMCA, www.china-mis.com) and Global Leaders Institute (GLI, www.globaleaders.com), China Mobile Internet 2010 Summit will be held on April 7th-8th 2010 in Beijing, China.
It is an international congress that will attract an estimated 150 industry experts, policymakers, senior executives and global vendors. The summit is designed to enhance the cooperation among telcos globally, wireless internet service providers and mobile end equipment manufacturers and also seek co-prosperity in the long and feracious industry chain.
As the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology issued 3G licenses to three main telcos, China starts a new era of mobile internet. For the second stage, mobile value-added services and innovative applications will be the focus of attention.
CMIS2010 will feature four plenary sessions with keynote addresses from high-level international speakers and groudbreaking achievements on the showcases.
It is no other than a great platform. Industry experts and all the friends who focus on the mobile internet home and abroad can take the opportunity to share successful experience, exchange information and learn from each other so as to jointly accelerate the development of mobile internet more efficiently.
Cheng Jiachun, Department Director of Telecommunications Development from Ministry of Industry and Information Technology; Zhao Houlin, Deputy Secretary General from ITU; Zhao Huiling, Senior Engineer, Head of TRE from China Telecom; Tong Xiaoyu, General Manager for Internet VAS, Head of TRE from China Unicom; Bill Huang Xiaoqing, Head of TRE from China Mobile; Georges Penalver, SEVP for Group Strategy & Development from France Telecom; Zhang Jie, Head of Research China from British Telecom; Ma Tao, Director Greater China Region, International Carriers Sales from Deutsche Telekom ICSS; Dr. Howard Xia, Chairman & General Manager from Vodafone China; Guo Dan, Senior Technology Officer from Baidu; Lin Bin, Vice President, Mobile R&D Institute from Google China; Rohit Dadwal, Chair Asia from Mobile Marketing Association; Jin Peng, VP from MySpace China; Lu Liang, General Manager Wireless Business from Taobao.com; Zhang Bin, CEO from Union Mobile Pay; Peter Hill, Vice President of Converged Services from AT&T Labs; Neeraj Roy, Chairperson from Mobile Entertainment Forum; Rosemary Tan, Executive Director, Digital Asia from Sony Picture Television International……
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