Bluetooth Connectivity explained by Industry Leaders at May ABI Bluetooth Conference

Apr 03, 2001, 01:00 ET from Allied Business Intelligence Inc.

    OYSTER BAY, N.Y., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Leveraging its expertise in
 wireless and Bluetooth research, Allied Business Intelligence (ABI) is hosting
 a two-day conference, "Bluetooth 2001: Gateway to Connectivity" on May 2-3,
 2001 in New York City at the Marriott Marquis. At the event, ABI's senior
 analysts and key industry participants will share their views and projections
 on different aspects of the emerging Bluetooth market.
     "The conference will provide a comprehensive and insightful look at how
 Bluetooth technology will transition from today's promises to the ubiquitous
 networked future," said Navin Sabharwal, VP of Residential and Networking
 Technologies at ABI. "It is important to identify the potential for Bluetooth
 applications and equipment in various market segments, while at the same time
 being cognizant of obstacles to market growth."
     Bluetooth technology has gained tremendous cross-industry attention as an
 inexpensive, low-power wireless personal area networking solution. Indeed, the
 Bluetooth Special Interest Group now has over 2,000 member companies.
     The distinguished faculty includes executives from companies including
 Ericsson, Motorola, IBM, Cambridge Silicon Radio, Silicon Wave, Dell Computer
 Corporation, NewLogic, Embedded Wireless Devices, KPMG Consulting, In2M
 Corporation, Widcomm, GigaAnt, ZiLOG, Mobilian Corporation and Siemens.
     These key executives will be complemented by ABI's senior analysts, who
 will be on-hand to present findings from recent market studies.
 
     Attendees will take away an in-depth understanding how Bluetooth will
 create new market opportunities. The conference will cover:
     -- The current status of Bluetooth technology
     -- Bluetooth's evolution via specification 2.0 into a rich personal area
        network solution
     -- Bluetooth usage and applications in different market segments
     -- Alternate silicon paths to the promised $5 solution
     -- Forecasts for Bluetooth-enabled equipment and silicon markets
     -- Bluetooth's synergy with emerging cellular technologies such as WAP,
        GPRS and 3G.
     -- Bluetooth's impact on local wireless networking technologies including
        IrDA, 802.11b and HomeRF
 
     In order to get further information on attending this conference please
 call 516-624-3113, email conferences@alliedworld.com or visit
 http://www.alliedworld.com.
     Allied Business Intelligence Inc is an Oyster-Bay, NY-based technology
 research think tank specializing in communications and emerging markets. ABI
 publishes strategic research on the broadband, wireless, electronics,
 networking and energy industries. Details of these studies can be found at
 http://www.alliedworld.com or call 516-624-3113 for more info.
 
 

SOURCE Allied Business Intelligence Inc.
    OYSTER BAY, N.Y., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Leveraging its expertise in
 wireless and Bluetooth research, Allied Business Intelligence (ABI) is hosting
 a two-day conference, "Bluetooth 2001: Gateway to Connectivity" on May 2-3,
 2001 in New York City at the Marriott Marquis. At the event, ABI's senior
 analysts and key industry participants will share their views and projections
 on different aspects of the emerging Bluetooth market.
     "The conference will provide a comprehensive and insightful look at how
 Bluetooth technology will transition from today's promises to the ubiquitous
 networked future," said Navin Sabharwal, VP of Residential and Networking
 Technologies at ABI. "It is important to identify the potential for Bluetooth
 applications and equipment in various market segments, while at the same time
 being cognizant of obstacles to market growth."
     Bluetooth technology has gained tremendous cross-industry attention as an
 inexpensive, low-power wireless personal area networking solution. Indeed, the
 Bluetooth Special Interest Group now has over 2,000 member companies.
     The distinguished faculty includes executives from companies including
 Ericsson, Motorola, IBM, Cambridge Silicon Radio, Silicon Wave, Dell Computer
 Corporation, NewLogic, Embedded Wireless Devices, KPMG Consulting, In2M
 Corporation, Widcomm, GigaAnt, ZiLOG, Mobilian Corporation and Siemens.
     These key executives will be complemented by ABI's senior analysts, who
 will be on-hand to present findings from recent market studies.
 
     Attendees will take away an in-depth understanding how Bluetooth will
 create new market opportunities. The conference will cover:
     -- The current status of Bluetooth technology
     -- Bluetooth's evolution via specification 2.0 into a rich personal area
        network solution
     -- Bluetooth usage and applications in different market segments
     -- Alternate silicon paths to the promised $5 solution
     -- Forecasts for Bluetooth-enabled equipment and silicon markets
     -- Bluetooth's synergy with emerging cellular technologies such as WAP,
        GPRS and 3G.
     -- Bluetooth's impact on local wireless networking technologies including
        IrDA, 802.11b and HomeRF
 
     In order to get further information on attending this conference please
 call 516-624-3113, email conferences@alliedworld.com or visit
 http://www.alliedworld.com.
     Allied Business Intelligence Inc is an Oyster-Bay, NY-based technology
 research think tank specializing in communications and emerging markets. ABI
 publishes strategic research on the broadband, wireless, electronics,
 networking and energy industries. Details of these studies can be found at
 http://www.alliedworld.com or call 516-624-3113 for more info.
 
 SOURCE  Allied Business Intelligence Inc.