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March 21, 2007 Khronos General News
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What's Inside the Next Generation of Wireless Devices?
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Emerging Technology Forums is a new conference track at CTIA Wireless focused on the technology roadmap for next generation wireless systems and cellular handsets. Encompassing chips, software, media processing, communications standards, displays and more, ETF provides the opportunity you need to map your strategy through the next generation of technologies for wireless systems. Receive vital information, perspective and direction straight from the source. Against a backdrop of the debates over next generation technology trends, ETF assembles industry leaders, technology vendors and pundits to discuss the future of wireless technology platforms, chips, standards, and solutions.

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Event: Emerging Technology Forums @ CTIA Orlando
Date: March 26, 2007
Start Time: 09:00 AM
End Time: 05:00 PM
Location: Room 303
Event URL: www.ETF2007.com
CTIA URL: http://www.ctiawireless.com/events/event_ details.cfm?calID=507


Emerging Technology Forums @ CTIA Orlando
Helsinki 50K

Learn insider tips and tricks about the new media APIs you need to develop for the billion-dollar, billion- user embedded and mobile multimedia markets!

Khronos is a not-for-profit consortium that has developed the OpenGL ES, OpenVG, OpenMAX, OpenSL ES, OpenKODE and COLLADA open API standards for accelerating handheld and embedded media. These royalty-free, market- enabling APIs have been created over the last four years by Khronos Member companies, and at Emerging Technology Forums , these experts teach you how to use them.

If you develop games and multimedia for cell phones or consumer electronics... or advanced embedded graphics applications... Then you don't want to miss this event!


Multimedia Trends 9:00 - 10:30 - Room W304

Covers advanced media processing ICs, image sensors, display technologies, power, standards, content, and more.

  • Richard Doherty, Envisioneering - Moderator
  • Neil Trevett, NVIDIA – VP of Embedded Content - panelist
  • Michel Windal, NXP - Operators & Partnerships Director, Cellular Systems – panelist
  • Shiv Ramamurthi, TI - Software Technology Manager
  • I3A


Handset ICs 10:30 - 12:00 - Room W304

Covering silicon trends and requirements for future wireless media driven handsets, processors, flash & DRAM, silicon integration roadmaps.

  • Samsung
  • Freescale
  • ARM


Khronos Session: Creating an Embedded Media Processing Ecosystem 10:30 - 12:00

This presentation runs alongside Handset ICs

Graphics and media acceleration in mobile handsets is one of the largest ever opportunities for both the hardware and software industries. The Khronos Group is creating a royalty-free ecosystem of API standards for advanced dynamic media on handheld, console and embedded devices to turn this opportunity into economic reality. This breakout session will run the gamut of topics covering key features and the roadmap of Khronos standards.

  • Neil Trevett - Khronos, OpenKODE, OpenGL ES, OpenVG overview
  • Shiv Ramamurthi, TI - MAX and SL overview
  • Oliver Baltuch – Benchmarking and ecosystem


Wireless IP 1:00 - 2:30 Room - W304

Covering media, standards and applications, data and voice applications and services, including architecture and platform requirements for handsets.

  • Moderated by analyst Jagdish Rebello
  • PhD of iSuppli
  • CDMA Dev Grp,
  • Streamezzo
  • Envivio


Mobile Software Integration 2:30 - 4:00 Room - W304

Covering operating systems, application software, content adaptation, DRM, media processing algorithms, real time services, gaming, user interfaces, and more.

  • Bill Hughes, Instat - Moderator
  • Symbian
  • Tao Group
  • Jeff Moles, Tao-Group, Director, Technology & Business Development


Where to find us

The Khronos Group sessions are near the exhibit area, upstairs in the west building in rooms W303 and W304.

(We reference W303 on this map because it is actually a little easier to identify. W304 is larger and has several entrances, whereas W303 only has one.)


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