The theme of Mobile World Congress Shanghai, a prominent telecom event in Asia, is “The Human Element”.
Mobile World Congress Shanghai will be held from Wednesday, 28 June through Saturday, 1 July 2017 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). The GSMA expects that more than 65,000 attendees will participate in the Shanghai event, including professionals from across the mobile industry and adjacent sectors, as well as consumers.
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GSMA has increased the show’s footprint from four to seven halls at the SNIEC to accommodate additional exhibitors, events and experiences. GSMA has expanded the opening hours of the Mobile World Congress Shanghai “Experience Halls” to four days.
The highlight of the telecom event will be the fact that International Smart City Expo Shanghai Pudong will be part of Mobile World Congress Shanghai.
Mobile World Congress Shanghai is expected to showcase more than 650 companies.
Mobile World Congress Shanghai will showcase innovative products, services and technologies that are shaping the future of mobile from across the mobile ecosystem, as well as adjacent industry sectors such as automotive and consumer electronics.
Alibaba, China Unicom, Cisco Systems, CITIC Telecom, CTTIC, Datang Telecom, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, HTC, Huawei Technologies, LeEco, My Kronoz, NEC, Nokia Shanghai Bell, Oberthur Technologies, Qualcomm, Snail Mobile, Sony, Visa, Volkswagen and ZTE, among others, are some of the exhibitors.
GSMA Innovation City will be a highlight of the Mobile World Congress Shanghai exhibition, with Akyumen, HID, Huawei and MyFC confirmed as leading partners.
4 Years From Now (4YFN) and the Youth Mobile Festival (YoMo) will also be part of Mobile World Congress Shanghai. Bringing together more than 100 local and international startups, 4YFN will focus on promoting the development of international entrepreneurial talent in Asia.
The topics at the Mobile World Congress Shanghai on 28-30 June include 5G, connecting the unconnected, digital commerce, digital content, disruptive technologies, enterprise mobility, mobile and media, Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile identity and privacy, next-generation networks, security, virtual reality and augmented reality among others.