Mobile World Congress 2016 around the corner

by | Feb 19, 2016

ETIQUETAS: Hot news | Mobility

Mobile World Congress 2016, the reference event for mobility industry, will be hold from next Monday until February 25th at Fira Gran Vía in Barcelona.

Important keynote speakers like Brian Krzanich, CEO of Intel Corporation, Simon Segars, CEO of ARM or Shang Bing, Chairman of China Mobile, will talk about industry's latest and future trends.

In addition, the conference will include nearly fifty in-depth track sessions examining topics such as 5G, devices, digital commerce, disaster response, emerging markets, enterprise mobility, gaming, financial services, the Internet of Things, machine learning, mobile identity, privacy, security, smart cities and virtual reality, among others.

GSMA, the organizing entity, expects “more than 95.000 attendees from the mobile and adjacent industry sectors will gather for the event”.

For further info, visit the official website



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