Samsung, LG and ZTE discuss OS wars at Open Mobile Summit


With Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus running ice cream sandwich anticipated hot
on the heels of Apple’s iOS 5, expect the OS wars to be high on the agenda at
the The Open Mobile Summit.


On November 3rd, Samsung’s SVP Kevin Packingham joins Jin
Sung Choi SVP LG Electronics, Jan Uddenfeldt CTO Sony Ericsson and Lixin Cheng
CEO US of ZTE, for a far reaching discussion about the future of devices,
moderated by Brian Modoff, a managing director at Deutsche Bank.


They’ll discuss where the future growth in smartphones will come from,
the role of hardware in a software-centric world, and how they plan to
differentiate. Not to mention the impact of patents on the competitive
landscape, and whether Microsoft stands a chance of catching Apple and Android
in the OS wars.

“Now in its 4th year, The Open Mobile Summit connects the heads of the
mobile world with leaders from the Internet and media sectors,” said Robin
Batt, founder and executive producer, The Open Mobile Summit.


At the conference industry leaders will explore the key questions
surrounding 4G, mobile commerce, NFC and mobile payments, cloud, mobile
patents, tablets, connected TV, publishing, HTML5, app discovery and monetization,
mobile advertising and connected home.


Other speakers include David Small, CTO, Verizon Wireless, Sanjiv Ahuja
CEO LightSquared, John Donahoe CEO eBay, Nicholas Negroponte Chairman One
Laptop Per Child and Kevin Rose.


By Team
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