The world’s largest mobile technology exhibition “Mobile World Congress 2014” shall take place in Barcelona

Published: 13 February 2014 y., Thursday

This February 24-27, the world’s largest mobile technology exhibition “Mobile World Congress 2014” shall take place in Barcelona. This is an annual event on widely applied mobile technologies, solutions and services: from the basic network hardware and operating systems to daily used wireless devices, services and relevant rich content.

“Mobile World Congress” has been annually organized since 1994 and brings together, under a single roof, leaders in mobile technology, such as network operators, mobile device manufacturers and service providers from all over the world. This year, such market leaders as “Samsung”, “Cisco”, “Microsoft”, “Nokia”, “Citrix”, ARRIS, etc. are expected to participate in the exhibition. The event shall, moreover, include seminars and meetings, during which relevant topics associated with the mobile technology market, its perspectives and future technologies will be discussed.

The main topics of “Mobile World Congress 2014”:

  • Mobile technology innovation
  • Apps
  • Open mobile systems
  • Mobile Internet
  • Mobile television
  • Mobile entertainment

In 2013, the exhibition “Mobile World Congress” was visited by 72 thousand visitors from 200 different countries. More than 1,700 companies that introduced their latest products, solutions and services in the “Fira de Barcelona Gran Via” exhibition halls covering the area of 94 thousand square meters participated in the exhibition.

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