Over 300 people attended the Silicon Valley China Wireless Association’s annual conference in Mountain View on October 4.
The association, founded in 2000, aims to promotes entrepreneurship, innovation and networking with a focus on building a bridge between the wireless industries in Asia and the United States.
This year’s theme was “Mobility, Innovation, Cooperation, and Evolution towards an Open Ecosystem.” Keynote speeches addressed issues such as green technology and opportunity in telecommunications ecosystems and mobile TV and network convergence in China.
Speakers included Bill Xiaoqing Huang, president of Institute of Research of China Mobile; Indu Kodukula, vice president of Oracle Service Delivery Platform; Rupert C. Young, director of Strategic Business Development and Venture & Equity Alliance of AT&T; and Mingtian Zhang, vice president and GM, Personal Business Department, of China Telecom.
China has the largest number of mobile phones in the world with over 900 million phones, according to Ken Liew, the group’s president.
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