Pocket PC Summit To Focus On Windows Mobile 2003

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The fourth Pocket PC Summit will be held October 20-23, 2003 in Las Vegas. It will bring together industry leaders to discuss the present and future state of Pocket PC technology, wireless applications, and services. A corresponding Pocket PC Summit exposition will showcase the best Pocket PC, handheld, and wireless technologies, as well as enterprise mobile computing solutions.

Microsoft recently announced Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC and this year’s Summit will feature Windows Mobile 2003 applications and solutions, including a special session entitled “Windows Mobile 2003 For The Enterprise” highlighting the most relevant new details and enhancements, presented by Chris DeHerrera of CEWindows.net.

In addition, the Third Annual Pocket PC Magazine Best Product Awards will be presented.

MultiMeteor, Inc. is now taking registrations for the fourth Pocket PC Summit. For those who register before September 12 the price is $375. Afterwards, the cost goes up to $425.

The Summit is taking place in conjunction with the CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment tradeshow, and its exposition will take place in the Enterprise Mobile Solutions and Pocket PC Summit Pavilions on the CTIA show floor.

Previous Summits

The Pocket PC Summit got its start during 2001 as the first trade show and conference dedicated to Microsoft’s Pocket PC handheld computer platform. The premier event was held in October 2001 in Los Angeles. Brighthand‘s Steve Bush was a keynote speaker and Brighthand also won the “Best Pocket PC Community” award in the Pocket PC Awards ceremony, which debuted at the first Summit.

The second Summit was held in Philadelphia in May 2002 while the third one was October 2002 in Hollywood.

Looking into the future, the Pocket PC Summit is evolving into a yearly gathering of the Pocket PC industry and community, and users of all types – developers, enterprises, and consumers.

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