Video Archive: "50 billion mobile devices: Who'll get rich?” - 22nd September 2010

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Rory Cellan Jones interview with Steve Orr & John Hartnett

Rory Cellan Jones is the Technology correspondent at the BBC - 22nd September 2010, Titanic Quarter, Belfast
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Event Information:

Mobile Monday and NISP CONNECT presents:

“50 billion mobile devices: Who’ll get rich?”

Perspectives from Silicon Valley, London, and Belfast

With Ericsson forecasting 50 billion people and “things” connected to mobile networks by 2020 (4.5 billion today) where will the next disruption come from? Who will the winners be this time?

You are invited to watch a live video stream on Wednesday 22nd September @ 6pm incorporating 6 visions of the future of the mobile industry from the following perspectives:

  • The Operator
  • The Vendors (OEMs)
  • Apps developers
  • The Industry
  • The emerging sector (Smart Grid, Connected Health)



  • Alan Watts, Director of Halo, NI Business Angel Network & Vice President and Trustee of IET



  • John Hartnett, Founder & President, Irish Technology Leadership Group
  • Michael O’Hara, Chief Marketing Officer, The GSM Association
  • Garry McCollum, Head of mobile carrier relationships, Google Europe
  • Mike Short, Vice President of Research and Development, O2
  • Tom Long, Mobile Solution Architect, Cisco Systems


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