Crittercism to Present at Global Mobile Internet Conference on the Future of HTML5
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Crittercism, the world's first Mobile App Performance Management (APM) platform, today announced Andrew Levy , Crittercism's CEO and Co-Founder, will be speaking at the Global Mobile Internet Conference - Silicon Valley (GMIC SV). Andrew will present on the main stage on "What the Future Holds for HTML5."
The GMIC SV, themed "Connecting Global Innovators," brings together Silicon Valley and the world's emerging epicenters of mobile innovation to discuss the shifts, challenges and opportunities for growth. Over 5,000 mobile entrepreneurs, executives, investors and developers from Silicon Valley and around the world will converge to learn how to capture market share abroad.
WHO: Andrew Levy , CEO and Co-Founder
WHAT: Global Mobile Internet Conference
TOPIC: What the Future Holds for HTML5
WHEN: Friday, October 19th at 12:10pm
WHERE: San Jose McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, CA
GMIC SV welcomes the hottest companies and players from China, Japan, India, Brazil, Russia, and beyond to the GMIC SV Main Stage, appSpace, and G-Startup to find partners and learn from the winners in Silicon Valley.
Crittercism is the world's first mobile app performance management (APM) solution. Offering a real-time global view of app diagnostics and app crashes across iOS, Android and HTML5. Crittercism monitors over 250 million unique devices and 11 billion app loads. Based in San Francisco, California, Crittercism's investors include Opus Capital, Shasta Ventures and Google Ventures. Learn more @crittercism and www.crittercism.com.
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