|Vodafone, Texas Instruments and Nokia help to promote applications and services for Symbian OS phones|
Posted: 11-Sep-2001 [Source: Symbian press release]
[Symbian Developer Expo 2001 scheduled for November 6th and 7th in Barcelona, Spain.]
London, UK -- Symbian today unveiled details of its forthcoming Symbian Developer Expo 2001, which is supported by Nokia, Texas Instruments, and Vodafone as Platinum Sponsors. The Developer Expo will focus on the promotion and development of compelling content, services and applications for Symbian OS phones. The event will take place on 6th and 7th November at the Catalonia Palace of Congresses, in Barcelona, Spain.
At the Symbian Developer Expo the world's leading mobile communications companies will be focusing on the advanced data services, networks and innovative solutions in the fields of wireless gaming, connectivity, synchronization and wireless commerce that are driving the growth of the market for data-enabled mobile phones.
To date, sponsors and exhibitors at the Developer Expo include ARM, Ericsson, IBM, Intel and Metrowerks, as well as 50 other pioneering technology companies in the wireless industry. The agenda includes keynote presentations from Symbian's senior management and also from senior executives at IBM, Nokia and One2One.
"The 2001 Symbian Developer Expo brings together Symbian partners from all over the world to share success stories and exchange strategies for driving adoption of the next generation of advanced, data-enabled mobile phones," said Mark Edwards, executive vice president, Symbian. "The Developer Expo 2001 will build upon the success of last year's event, which with over 1,200 attendees, demonstrated the commitment from the wireless industry to Symbian."
The standard registration fee for the event is 899 (+VAT). Until the 8th October a limited number of registrants may also purchase a Nokia 9210 Communicator for 400 (+VAT) with no network contract when they register for the Symbian DevExpo. Further information for the event is available at http://www.symbian.com/devexpo2001/
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