Company to Present SODA and Video Optimization at Panel Sessions during CTIA
ALISO VIEJO, CA - Smith Micro Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMSI), a leading developer and marketer of software solutions and services for the mobility market, will spotlight its leading products and services during the International CTIA Wireless 2011 conference, held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, March 22-24. The company's wireless industry visionaries will provide expert commentary on the rapidly evolving wireless industry during panel discussions held at the conference.
"The rapid evolution of the wireless industry requires OEMs, mobile operators, service providers, and vendors to be as nimble and responsive as possible, and our commitment to providing high-quality mobility solutions help advance mobile connectivity and improve the user experience," said William W. Smith, Jr., President and CEO at Smith Micro Software. "During CTIA, we will demonstrate our innovations in the wireless space that help to empower the ecosystem."
Paving the Path to Global Device Unification
Tuesday, March 22, 11:30am ET, Exhibit Innovations Stage
A Top 5 Finalist in the CTIA Wireless Big Idea Contest, SODA? (Secure On-Device API) is a global solution for device communications that provides a consistent interface across all mobile broadband devices, hardware and software manufacturers, chipset suppliers, and operating systems. The result is faster time to market with increased quality and more consistent user experience across the wireless ecosystem. When implemented into mobile wireless devices, SODA provides awareness of bandwidth issues, billing issues, and additional features that are important to the optimal performance of mobile devices and wireless networks. As a contest finalist, Smith Micro Software will deliver a presentation that will showcase SODA's many benefits. These include faster time-to-market with increased quality; a more consistent user experience across the entire wireless environment; increased adoption of mobile broadband products; and reduced customer support costs.
Optimizing Video for 4G
Tuesday, March 22, 1:30pm ET, The Path to 4G, Room S330 G-H
Speaking on the topic of mobile video, Sunil Marolia, vice president of product management at Smith Micro Software, will discuss how carriers can better manage video traffic on 3G and 4G networks. Consumers are driving demand for high-quality video content on mobile devices, forcing carriers to seek video optimization and compression technologies to manage data traffic from various video providers. Marolia will offer insight into Vidio™, the company's pioneering, comprehensive video delivery platform. Vidio provides dynamic transcoding and optimized video delivery to desktop and mobile platforms, enabling carriers and content owners to support live streaming events and deliver mobile video to all the major mobile operating systems.
In addition, Smith Micro Software will showcase several award-winning products and new-to-market solutions at booth #3929. To schedule a meeting with Smith Micro Software at CTIA or receive additional details on the various speaking opportunities, please contact Lauren Grassetti at email@example.com.
About Smith Micro Software, Inc.:
Smith Micro Software, Inc. develops mobile applications and solutions for the communications industry. Our portfolio of products and services spans Connectivity Management, Communications and Content Management solutions. Smith Micro Software solutions include client and server software applications to help its customers manage their software investments.
More information about Smith Micro Software (NASDAQ: SMSI) can be found on smithmicro.com.
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