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  • The 2014 theme is: Creating America's 5G mobile business with 5G Mobile Forum Kickoff! Join us in Santa Clara of California for this historic movement. Leading 5G experts and executives will participate in this very important technology meeting.

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  • All of the following news and information were publications dated on or before May 16th, 2014. World Wireless Congress hereby declared so.

  • Professor Willie W. Lu's team is actively working on the Special Report of "Technology Reform - the lesson from MH370" citing critical cases to related governmental administrations. This is an independent technology expert report to be signed by Prof. Willie W. LU.

  • Invited by many government authorities, Prof. Willie W. Lu will address important keynote speech on "Technology Reform - the lesson from MH370" to authorities, administrations, institutions and the public in Beijing, Washington DC, Geneva and other global centers. Prof. Lu is a worldly famous expert and scientist in the mobile cloud and open wireless technology. His recent invention on "Converged Terrestrial and Airborne networks' provides an optimal solution to solve some critical issue in the MH370 case. Prof. Lu's research team is continuously inventing new solutions to improve the existing airborne infrastructure and supports the reform for better networks and systems for public safety and security. Prof. Lu has been senior advisor of many countries in the field of mobile, wireless and ICT technologies.

  • Prof. Willie Lu's numerous students (including executives, officials and scientists) and colleagues strongly support Prof. Lu's actions in China as well as worldwide. Prof. Lu is a very famous Chinese scientist and expert of the field on the worldwide basis, fully recognized and accredited by both authorities and professional bodies. Any conducts robbing Prof. Lu's intellectual properties are crimes everywhere.

  • After MH370 case, telecom/network security has become emerging critical issue. Prof. Willie W. LU has been called for an urgent Taskforce to investigate the security issue in the mobile cloud infrastructure and open wireless infrastructure. New security measures will be enforced for system vendors, service providers, network operators and anyone involved in such business. Prof. Lu is a worldly famous expert and scientist in the mobile cloud technology with lots of patents both in U.S. and China, etc. Prof. Lu will lead a very powerful team to address this issue.

  • Since 1996, Prof. Willie Lu has been teaching, advising and training tens of thousands of Chinese students, Chinese researchers, government officials, policy-makers and industrial executives in China on scientific research and educational program in the field of mobile and wireless technology. Therefore, Prof. LU's students have been everywhere across the whole country of China as well as globally.

  • Since 1998, Prof. Willie W. LU has been Senior Advisor of China's No.1 policy-making magazine of the Mobile Technology industry by central government to advise on the newest technology movement for the whole nation of China. This is for educational and research purpose in view of Prof. Lu's global leadership in the field. For more information about Prof. Lu's global leadership of the field, please visit: http://Willie.LU (or click here for Chinese Version).

  • News from Beijing: The steering committee of Mobile World Expo, China announced "Mobile World Scholarships"  for fellow Chinese students in China to commit to support local communities of China as the event is owned by Chinese investors for the benefits of fellow Chinese citizens in China. The Mobile World Expo, China is to donate about 30% of its net profit to this "Mobile World Scholarships"  to sponsor fellow Chinese students in China's premier universities for education, research and international collaborations. The detailed information of the scholarships including application guidelines will be published after the event is officially launched in Shanghai, China.

  • Investors urged World Wireless Congress to continue and expand actions against those who infringed its trademark assets in U.S. and China.

  • "The largest global mobile show will be in Shanghai, China", said Prof. Willie W. LU as he successfully convinced the major investors in his worldwide conferences business as well as other emerging technology ventures around the open wireless and mobile cloud business.

  • Thanks to all of our friends for their supports and encouragements. Prof. Lu rooted from Hangzhou, China with lots of good friends in all lines of business and relations.  (Legal notice: personal information only, nothing waived, not verified, all rights reserved.)

  • World Wireless Congress & Mobile World Congress is an American family small business. WE LIVE ON THIS SMALL BUSINESS! We started to use "Mobile World Congress" and "World Mobile Congress" in commerce since early of 2005 and have been continuously using the marks in commerce. Someone robbed our mark "Mobile World Congress" and infringed our trademark property in bad faith and with unclean dirty hand. We warn that bad guy that WE LIVE ON THIS "MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS" FAMILY BUSINESS, AND WILL FIGHT FOR OUR RIGHTS TILL THE END OF OUR LIFE ! We came from China and have no idea on how to play the American legal games, but we will fight by our life because "Mobile World Congress" and "World Wireless Congress" are our intellectual properties.  Again, WE LIVE ON THIS SMALL BUSINESS ! - including kids' milks come from this small business !   We believe JUSTICE will prevail in long run !

  • Professor Willie W. LU strongly urges the related government authorities to punish those companies who infringe and rob others' intellectual properties through unclean dirty hands and/or in bad faith, "We believe Justice will eventually prevail in this world, and we will definitely bring those companies to Justice ! Furthermore, we will chase those bad guys worldwide", when interviewed by several medias in Cupertino, CA on April 23, 2014. Prof. LU has been very famous worldwide for his technology leadership in the field of mobile and wireless technologies. In view of his global technical leadership, Prof. Lu founded World Wireless Congress in 2000, later expanded to World Mobile Congress/Mobile World Congress in 2004 and Global Mobile Conference in 2002, etc. Stay tuned for the Actions to come !

  • Investors of World Wireless Congress & Mobile World Congress agreed to expand the flagship Mobile World Expo in China including Shanghai and other cities. Stay tuned for the details of this largest Global Mobile show in Asia !

  • Mobile World Association and Mobile World Club, together with Mobile World Congress (a program of World Wireless Congress), sponsored and co-organized The KaraOke Party and Dance Party for over 300 local professionals in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. "Serving the Community" is the highest priority in Delson Group, Inc, the rightful owner of these events and programs.

  • Since 2004, Mobile World Congress (with parent World Wireless Congress) has sponsored, co-organized and/or supported hundreds of community events to greatly benefit the fellow residents and citizens of San Francisco Bay Area, California. The Mobile World Congress has become part of local citizens' everyday life - from students, researchers, to engineers and to retired professionals. The Mobile World Congress provides world-class trainings, professional networking, quality education and scientific research for the local community.

  • Since 2002, Global Mobile events (including Global Mobile Congress/Conference) have continuously served the community and society for the technical as well as professional excellence in the field of mobile Internet, mobile applications, social networking and mobile techs.

  • Mobile World Group (including Mobile World Association, Mobile World Academy, Mobile World Institute, Mobile World Summit, Mobile World Congress and Mobile World Club) is to produce the 2014 Mobile World Spring Festival in Santa Clara of Silicon Valley on March 8th, 2014. To RSVP by 3/1/2014, please contact Prof. Willie LU and his team at: willie.saratoga (at) gmail.com. Pre-registration is required for this event.

  • Delson Group continues to expands its global events to emerging markets including Asia and Europe. In addition to Mobile World Expo in Shanghai, Delson will continuously expand its Global Mobile event in China strongly supported by its investors. Stay tuned !

  • Mobile World Congress and World Wireless Congress (family events) were born in California, grew up in California and so serve the citizens and residents of California. For thousands of engineers, researchers and scientists in the field of mobile and wireless technologies, these events are part of their professional life, and leading experts and executives rely on this platform to exchange new ideas, define new architecture, build new team as well as establish new partnership to improve California's economy and create new jobs for local citizens.

  • Mobile World Congress (child event of World Wireless Congress) strongly supports community services by introducing and encouraging its fellow members to participate in local professional development events including TiE's events to foster professionalism and technical excellence. Mobile World Congress frequently and actively organizes, sponsors and supports local professional events to serve the community and society of San Francisco Bay Area with thousands of local citizens enjoying the benefits provided by Mobile World Congress.

  • After great success in 2013, World Wireless Institute expanded its special training for Senior Architects and Principal Engineers on "next generation system architecture for mobile devices" to international markets. Click here for detailed training information.

  • Mobile World Congress (child event of World Wireless Congress) co-sponsored SVC Wireless in hosting welcome reception and meeting for China delegation to visit Silicon Valley of United States. Prof. Willie W. Lu, co-founder of Mobile World Congress, participated as an VIP guest.

  • The mission of Mobile World Congress and Global Mobile Congress has never changed - to promote education and scientific research for the community and society both locally and globally. Same in every year, both congresses frequently provided special training programs for fellow students, professors and researchers in China and other countries. This mission has been continuing for over a decade.

  • Prof. Willie Lu, Chairman and Co-Founder of Mobile World Congress and World Wireless Congress, addressed opening keynote speech in 2013 European Global Forum in Trieste, Italy, together with U.S. team colleagues including Federal Trade Commissioner (FTC).

  • Prof. Willie Lu, Chairman and Co-Founder of Mobile World Congress and World Wireless Congress, led the team to France for the training and seminar in the European markets. The congress management has been actively expanding the business to European markets.

  • The 14th World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress brought together industry top executives to discuss on emerging issues in the global mobile and wireless technology movement. See you next year for the 15th World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, Chairman of World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress, with long-time friends - Bob Xu and Victor Wang on important business matters.

  • Mobile World Congress (under World Wireless Congress) sponsored community event in San Jose, CA on Sept. 21, 2013.

  • The annual World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress was successfully conducted in the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara of California. Stanford Law Professor Mark Lemley and other top executives from Ericsson, NTT DoCoMo, AT&T, Google, Comcast, L&T, etc delivered their distinguished keynote speeches on the first day of the annual congress.

  • Mobile World Congress and World Wireless Congress continued to sponsor local professional communities' events in San Francisco Bay Area to benefit the fellow citizens and the public in the advancement of education, research and technology development.

  • Mobile World Congress under World Wireless Congress is considering to expand conference to China's Hawaii island - Haikou city of Hainan province, China. Congress management discussed with Hainan government officials during their visits to Silicon Valley on 9/10/2013.

  • Delson Group expanded its TENCENT R&D and other services from wireless and mobile technology to information, computer and communication technology. For details of services and price rates, please contact steve (at) delson.org.

  • World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress will organize Intern Sessions in France and Italy to foster collaborations in research, design and development in the advanced wireless and mobile technology and business. The Intern Sessions will also provide special trainings on hottest topics in the global mobile and wireless technology movement. For details about program and registration, please contact info(at)mobilecongress.com. Session information has been posted to the WWC/MWC members/former-attendees' mailing lists.

  • Sieneon announced after-summer sale's promotion on selected research, design and development services including TENCENT R&D service books, etc. For details on Table of Contents and Price for individual license or corporate license, please contact steve (at) delson.org or info (at) mobilecongress.com.

  • Why the World Wireless Congress / Mobile World Congress has been so successful for so long time in the industry? Our mission remains same and unchanged: "linking together the operators, vendors, providers and developers through the congress platform so that everyone in this value chain can benefit well", said Prof. Willie W. LU, co-founder of the Congress.

  • Leading Investors and Partners of Mobile World Group and World Wireless Congress Foundation have agreed to host Mobile World Association and Mobile World Club for our distinguished executives, members and guests in one of California's premier winery resorts owned by ourselves. Stay tuned for more executive networking, social and entertainment events for our members and executives !

  • Over 2,500 professionals had signed up for The 14th Congress and The Dance Party on September 18th. Let's Dance Back to 1920-1950. Entertainment and Business Networking are to be produced by Mobile World Association and Mobile World Club. Music is to be sponsored by LU Studio & Funds with ownership of over 150,000 records. Partial premier Audio Equipments are provided by private investors in Atherton.

  • Every year, sponsors, speakers and attendees will work together throughout the congress's networking, sharing, exchanging and promoting, to create new business and build new team in the industry. Congress has contributed to over 100 projects since 2000 for the wireless and mobile industries covering U.S. markets, China markets and the global markets. It therefore helped create jobs and promote economy.

  • Several Californian Investors are to ink strong capitals to expand the Mobile World Institute and Mobile World Association to boost the world's base of mobile innovations and mobile development. Stay tuned for this historic movement for the community and California's economy !

  • World Wireless Congress family (including Mobile World Congress, Global Mobile events, World Wireless Academy, etc) was built for the community, and is committed to contribute to the community by organizing lots of community activities and technical activities for the citizens, residences, students, scientists and engineers in the local San Francisco Bay Area as well as the global communities. The WWC Family has been sponsoring, hosting, organizing or supporting numerous community events in the local San Francisco Bay Area since year 2000.

  • Sieneon released new system architecture for key account clients on new generation mobile devices with OWA wireless OS and Mobile Cloud app-OS. The new device supports unified networking across terrestrial and airborne networks without having to power-off device in the aircraft. Furthermore, the new device can support device-to-device Ad-hoc networking without having to go through centralized base-station.

  • The members of World Wireless Congress & Mobile World Congress have world-class talents in both technology and entertainment. Sign up for the annual Global Mobile Social Dance Party, sponsored by LU Studio & Funds with 1930s music and best-ever audios in California.

  • World Wireless Congress & Mobile World Congress co-sponsored Mobile and Internet Conference in Microsoft campus of Silicon Valley.

  • Mobile World Congress & World Wireless Congress co-sponsored Social Networking party for Bay Area community.

  • World Wireless Congress & Mobile World Congress continued to sponsor the annual conference by SVCwireless in Bay Area. The 2013 conference named Mobile and Internet Developer Conference by SVCwireless is scheduled on May 18th, 2013 in Microsoft Silicon Valley Moffett Towers in Sunnyvale. Mobile World Congress has been sponsoring SVCwireless events and programs for long time.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, co-founder of World Wireless Congress, Global Mobile conference and World Mobile Congress (aka MWC), greeted Honorable Mr. Jack Ma, CEO of Alibaba Group in Stanford University on May 4th, 2013. Jack and Willie have been very good friends for very long time, from the same town of Hangzhou of China. Prof. Lu is a worldly notable expert in mobile Internet, mobile cloud and open wireless.

  • The World Wireless Congress family events have been serving the international professional communities for long time since 2000 on excellence of quality, credibility, professionalism and timeliness. "I attended Global Mobile Congress / Mobile World Congress events in China in 2004, 2005 and 2006, and I benefited tremendously from its programs and contents of very high quality", Jack Yu in Shanghai.

  • The 2013 Global Mobile and Mobile World Congress will be a big bang with over 1,000 peoples expected to come. The organizer is to hire a leading marketing firm to market the event throughout the entire Bay Area including Medias and Roadshows.

  • World Wireless Congress, Mobile World Congress and Global Mobile committees confirmed the 2013 Distinguished Keynotes to be: Professor Mark Lemley, famous law professor of Stanford University; Peter Howley, famous entrepreneur and investor of Silicon Valley; Prof. Willie W. LU, famous inventor in Open Wireless and Mobile Cloud IPs; Doug Merritt, Senior VP of Cisco and Prof. Ping Zhang, co-founder of China 4G/5G program and professor of BUPT.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU of Zhejiang University launched the first Chinese Inventors' Alliance for the Wireless Mobile Terminal Technology in the greater China markets. Over 500 leading inventors in China will join forces together to enforce the IPR protections of the industry.

  • World Wireless Congress and World Wireless Academy, together with Zhejiang University Guanghua Law School, will launch the Special Training Program on Integrated Talents of Technology and IPR in the field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT).

  • Sieneon Technologies, one of the leading sponsors for World Wireless Congress, released the RENREN (tm) Client Application Platform for Mobile Cloud infrastructure to be utilized in new generation mobile devices. This innovative platform sets the new milestone for mobile social networking of enterprise and business users.

  • Mobile World Congress, together with World Wireless Congress and World Wireless Academy, has been sponsoring local community events including IEEE technical activities in San Francisco Bay Area for long time since 2004. Thousands of fellow citizens, students and professionals have benefited greatly from Mobile World Congress's supports and sponsorships.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, Chair of Mobile World Congress and World Wireless Academy as well as Distinguished Alumnus of Zhejiang University of China, has been supporting the community and society for long time to foster scientific research, professional networking and community building, sponsored by Mobile World Congress, World Wireless Academy and World Wireless Congress.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, Chair of Mobile World Congress, etc, sent farewell to Mr. Gao Zhansheng, Chinese Consul General in San Francisco. Mr. Gao has contributed greatly to the Chinese community in Bay Area for providing assistance and helps for Chinese Americans to expand their business to China and the global, and providing measures to protect the intellectual property rights in the China markets.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, Chair of Mobile World Congress, etc, has been supporting the Silicon Valley Startup Founders' community for long time since 2000 by offering expertise in technology, IPR law and business strategy. Mobile World Congress is committed to serve the community and society for the advancement of technology, safety and economic growth.

  • Mobile World Congress, together with World Wireless Congress and World Wireless Academy, etc, has been successfully expanding the services from conference event services to business consulting services and professional training services, etc. Stay tuned for more!

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, co-founder of Mobile World Congress/World Mobile Congress, joined the annual research meeting on big data and cloud techs in U.C. Berkeley.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, co-founder of Mobile World Congress/World Mobile Congress, is to submit proposal with his Beijing team to the 2013 National People's Congress on protection of global intellectual property rights (IPR) by Chinese inventors and Chinese IPR owners.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, co-founder of Mobile World Congress/World Mobile Congress, discussed with Chinese governments and investors to expand the Congress to more cities of China including Shanghai, Beijing and Hainan Provinces. Stay tuned !

  • World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress will continue to market and promote the leadership of the sponsors, the partners and the co-organizers in the global markets including USA and China, and at the same time, build the platform for mutual benefits and interests.

  • Prof. Willie W. LU, very famous Chinese Professor and Expert in China and also Co-Founder of Mobile World Congress, Global Mobile Congress and Mobile World Expo, etc, urged Chinese central governmental authorities to punish those companies who infringed Chinese intellectual property rights in both domestic and global markets. More actions are to be filed to address this emerging issue, Stay tuned!

  • World Wireless Congress, Mobile World Congress (including World Mobile Congress) and Global Mobile Congress are same family business entity in organizing, conducting and arranging conferences and exhibitions in the field of mobile and wireless technologies and applications since 2000. The investors have urged to expand the business by continuous investment and support in IPR protections.

  • Approved by the investors and board, Mobile World Congress & World Wireless Congress will tremendously expend the business in both United States and China in the field of mobile, wireless, cloud and related technologies. Stay tuned for the great program to announce!

  • Mobile Cloud Executive Panel at 2012 Mobile World Congress & World Wireless Congress was held on 11/5/2012 in SNR DENTON, Palo Alto, Silicon Valley. Mobile World Congress will continue to host technical and professional events for the community and the public.

  • In the annual board meeting of Mobile World Congress & World Wireless Congress on 11/05/2012, Prof. Willie LU, co-founder of the both congresses, repeated the same statement as reported in Beijing on 10/12/2012 "We severely punish those with unclean hands, dirty minds and bad faith into our intellectual properties". Furthermore, Delson Group's key investor reiterated that "The Zero-Tolerance policy is enforced for any infringement of our IPRs, and we have very strong financial backups to seek both justice and enforcement to protect our rights both in United States and other countries including Greater China region !", Stay tuned for Delson Group's massive movement of actions.

  • Mobile World Congress co-sponsored and co-arranged wireless conference and exhibition at San Jose City hall on September 21-22, 2012. Commercial TV broadcasting contains activities of Mobile World Congress available at Youtube.com. More videos at Youtube.com here.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu, co-founder of Mobile World Congress and World Wireless Congress, are invited to speak at 2012 Silicon Valley China Wireless annual Conference, Zhejiang University of China, Fudan University of China, Beijing University of Post and Telecom of China, etc during the 2012 Fall Research Mission Program co-sponsored by associated Chinese Authorities and WWC-MWC Research Program.

  • In a recent Mobile Cloud technology seminar in Silicon Valley on Sept. 7th, 2012, Prof. Willie W. LU pointed out "The IT world is quickly evolving from the traditional PC industry to the future Mobile Cloud industry", and "Mobile Cloud does NOT mean cloud computing, it includes open wireless, mobile convergence in addition to traditional cloud computing". We will have several Mobile Cloud technical events in Silicon Valley, sponsored by World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress. Stay tuned !

  • One leading Private Capital Holding in Zhejiang of China has agreed to invest tremendously in the World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress platforms to expand to new business initiatives of the industry. This is a huge capital investment for the congresses to move to the next decade.  Stay tuned for more information when the congress board approves public information to release to the public.

  • Every year, World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress co-organize lots of conferences, seminars, trainings and classes with other partners in the mobile and wireless fields under the brands of Mobile World Congress and other names by parent conference World Wireless Congress (since 2000). Stay tuned for more exciting news when the events are rapidly expanding across the global.

  • World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress will organize an interesting Smartphone technology debate at the WWC'2012 covering Google Android platform vs. Apple iOS platform. We have both sides' supporters and experts to join this debate.

  • Mobile World Congress provides special technology training on Mobile Cloud technology platform for engineers, researchers and scientists in Silicon Valley through Mobile Cloud meetup group and other public channels.

  • Investors from China and USA will continue to ink World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress to reinforce its global leadership in both technology and business of the industry. The congress will also expand to other business including IPR investment, technology training, business strategy, industry analysis and technology management, etc. Stay tuned !

  • The Investors of World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress urge Delson Group (USA) and other partners to file lawsuits, petitions and/or orders to punish those who infringe, steal or trespass our global trademarks of World Wireless Congress, Mobile World Congress and other related marks in United States, China and other countries. "The Zero-Tolerance policy is enforced for any infringement of our intellectual properties including trademarks", said Sr. Richard Xiong, one of key investors of our intellectual properties.

  • During 2003 World Wireless Congress (WWC2003) in San Francisco, one of our sponsors presented a then-new phone which was very alike the "iPhone" and other Smartphones' design with full touch-screen. Please contact WWC for detailed presentation.

  • SIENEON launched the User-centric service platform for Mobile Cloud devices - TENCENT platform, open to common CRM portals.

  • Mobile World Congress hosts weekly technology debates - Ideas and Startups in Silicon Valley for the community.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu, co-founder of Mobile World Congress delivered an VIP Keynote speech on "Mobile Cloud architecture for Android platform" in 2012 Android Development Conference on June 29th, 2012 in Silicon Valley. About 400 engineers and developers attended his keynote.

  • Mobile World Congress hosted a public technology and research discussions for the community in Cupertino, CA on June 16, 2012.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu's technical and professional credibility in China is amongst the BEST ones of the entire nation. Prof. LU and his team have been training up to one million governmental officials, authorities and industry executives, etc by 2015 on intellectual property evaluation and assessment as well as innovation administration and optimization. "We have zero tolerance policies to punish those who infringe our intellectual property rights for whatever reasons and causes," said Prof. Lu in a concluding remark of a high-level training course.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu hosted an important Chinese delegation including gov't officials and business executives to visit Silicon Valley, Stanford University and Napa Valley from June 5th thru June 10th to help bring more business to United States as well as the fellow citizens.

  • Mobile World Congress sponsored and co-hosted the "Mobile Cloud architecture for User-centric mobile device" networking and meeting for the Silicon Valley technology community in Linda Vista Park of Cupertino, CA on June 5th, 2012.

  • Mobile World Congress will sponsor a community program in City of Cupertino and City of Saratoga to help young Americans on effective inventions for their future including technology development and career development. The program will be held in public library. Stay tuned!

  • Mobile World Congress sponsors Silicon Valley-China Wireless Association (SVCwireless) to produce quality programs for members. Click SVCWireless sponsors' page and SVCwireless front page for sponsorship by Mobile World Congress.

  • World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress have kicked off the new initiative - Mobile World Expo in U.S. and worldwide.

  • Since 2012, Mobile World Congress and World Wireless Congress will have special EXPO program in the show. Stay tuned !

  • Requested by the premier sponsors, WWC/MWC'2012 has been postponed to November 5-6 in San Francisco Bay Area. Stay tuned !

  • World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress sponsored educational program for Monta Vista High-school in Cupertino, California. The sponsorship was used to support the physics honor course including Labs, course materials, etc.

  • Requested by several leading clients in Silicon Valley, WWC is acquiring about 900 U.S. patents for our clients in the field of mobile device, cloud infrastructure and mobile security, etc. Effective patents are the most critical assets of a company in the mobile device industry.

  • Leading industries' top executives in Silicon Valley will converge in Palo Alto/Stanford on Feb. 27th, 2012 to discuss emerging mobile cloud technology for future mobile device. This is a private roundtable meeting with about 30 leading CEO/CTOs to be chaired by Prof. Willie Lu.

  • World Wireless Congress and World Wireless Institute co-hosted an important 5G Technology Workshop in San Jose, California on Feb. 7th, 2012 with many industry leaders participating this technical discussions. What's 5G? It is told 5G = 4G x WIFI (convergence).

  • Who is going to provide the 5G chipsets including 5G WiFi+, 5G LTE+ and the integrated 5G WiFi+/LTE+? Stay tuned for the WWC'2012.

  • WWC'2012 will be focusing on theme "Technology towards 5G Wi-Fi and 5G Cellular solutions" strongly sponsored by global leaders of the industry. 5G technology will tremendously increase the wireless transmission speed from several mega-bits per second to giga-bits p.s.

  • World Wireless Congress hosted a delegation from Nanjing city and Jiangsu province of China to visit leading high-tech companies in San Francisco bay area and leading universities of the area. The delegation aims to seek R&D collaboration in next generation mobile systems.

  • World Wireless Congress sponsored a workshop in Cupertino, CA, Jan. 6, 2012 on next generation wireless networks focusing on enterprise, mobility and security. Over 60 local engineers and experts joined in this technical discussions.

  • World Wireless Congress is voted the "Most Trustable Technology Event" by over 20,000 professionals of the field across the global surveyed by Delson Group, customer care division. Since 2000, World Wireless Congress has served globally over 80,000 both on-site and on-line.

  • On May 27-28, 2011 in Stanford Campus, World Wireless Congress provides complimentary consulting for patent application and trademark application to students of Stanford, Santa Clara, San Jose State and others to help foster their mission of innovation and invention.

  • World Wireless Congress and Mobile World Congress proudly sponsor ten professors in delivering distinguished scientific lectures to twenty leading universities in Asia, Europe and North America to foster the mission of Innovation and Invention in the field of wireless and mobile  communications. WWC/MWC sponsors their international travels, and hosting universities cover their local lodging and meals.

  • Twenty-eight (28) industry senior executives and their families join World Wireless Congress's annual summer mission trip (aka Business Vacations) through European Cruise Line from June to July, 2011. The senior executives will discuss on important business issues during the Cruise trip, including 4G and open mobile architecture, global team building, IPR licensing and acquisition, operators' relations, emerging markets, new business development and annual training for top executives, etc.  Happy Summer to the Executives and their Families!

  • World Wireless Congress helps the government to enforce IPR protection in U.S. and overseas. More news to come soon, stay tuned.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu, co-founder of World Wireless Congress, discussed important issues with U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. in Stanford Law School, Stanford University.

  • As requested by the premier sponsors of WWC'2011, the committee has approved to move the 2011 event from June to November in Palo Alto / Stanford of San Francisco Bay Area. This decision is also in consideration of the fact that, many of VIP speakers will be in Europe this June for our Technology Mission Trip to UK, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Sweden and Russia, etc, organized by World Wireless Congress, Mobile World Congress and 4GMF Global Mission.

  • Leading industries talked about 4G technology movement during the annual BEAR'2011 in Berkeley. Over 500 people attended this BEAR'11.

  • Samsung, previous premier sponsor of WWC, sponsored an important IPR workshop in Stanford Law School, focusing on IPR evaluation and remedies in the ICT sector. About 200 senior IPR experts including federal judges, law professors, attorneys, investors and inventors attended this workshop. IPR Evaluation and Revaluation become the No.1 important issue for the upcoming 4G technology era.

  • ZTE USA CEO launched U.S. 4G solutions for the U.S. 4G mobile movements, potentially with T-Mobile, and also with Verizon. Stay tuned !

  • Leading CEOs of Cisco, GE and Xerox, etc talked about the Innovation Power at CES'2011 wherein the wireless technology is one of the foundations for the future social innovation initiatives.

  • Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg and his CTO launched the U.S. 4G Open Mobile movement at CES'2011 in Las Vegas. In the same time, T-Mobile also launched the 4G services across the country based on the open wireless convergence of WiFi and the high-speed 3G-plus.

  • The World Wireless Institute published the 2011-2020 Predictions for Wireless Future based on the annual executives' meeting in Los Altos Hills, December 20, 2010.

  • The 2011 World Wireless Congress will include a special Legal Workshop for Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) IPR on June 10th, 2011. The OWA IPR has been widely utilized by leading mobile device vendors, operators and users based on detailed IPR reports issued by independent legal agencies in the United States. Stay tuned for more information on program, agenda and registration.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu met and discussed with James Pooley, Deputy Director General for Innovation and Technology of WIPO on important IPR issues in Stanford Law School on 11/19/2010.

  • WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization), USPTO (U.S. Patent and Trademark Office) and Stanford Law School jointly organized the Global IPR workshop on critical and emerging issues in copyright, trademark and patent protection and strategy in Stanford University on November 19th, 2010. Leading attorneys, technologists and executives in Silicon Valley attended this important event.

  • Prof. Willie Lu, one of the distinguished inventors of the field, was invited to meet the honorable executives of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in Alexandria, Virginia on November 4th, 2010.

  • World Wireless Congress delegates joined federal meetings in Washington DC including FCC, USPTO and NTIA, etc for improvement of IPR protection in ICT and related fields. WWC helps its sponsors, supporters and partners in enhancing the IPR value and improving the IPR evaluation. By frequently visiting and attending the federal meetings, WWC maintains the technical as well as legal currency in the field.

  • Prof. Willie LU, chairman and founder of World Wireless Congress, is invited to join the Stanford-WIPO IPR meeting in Stanford Law School on November 19th, 2010. The VIPs for this important meeting include WIPO top management, Commissioner of Patents of USPTO and other governmental authorities in IPR Laws. Prof. Lu is to discuss on important ICT-IPR issues with officials, law professors and senior attorneys from Apple, Google, Intel and leading industries. Stay tuned.

  • Prof. Willie Lu's invented OWA Core technology has been widely utilized by about 100 million mobile devices. Congratulations !

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu, co-founder and chairman of World Wireless Congress, is invited to examine and inspect the academic and research standards by leading universities in some Asian countries and regions including China mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. This is the annual Fall Research Mission program sponsored by the hosting countries, and co-sponsored by World Wireless Congress.

  • World Wireless Congress is to launch a special Task Force on Wireless Connectivity technology for Super-Rapid Train systems at speed of 350km/h to 450km/h. The wireless propagation model and transmission optimization model, etc will be different at such a high-speed.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu is invited to deliver a special speech on "Low Power Design for Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) Baseband Processor supporting Various Wireless Standards" in The Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society on November 15th, 2010. For more, please refer to IEEE CAS website, and the Presentation Slides.

  • World Wireless Institute hosted a special training on 4G Converged WiFi/Cellular Baseband Processing in USCWC, Cupertino Office on September 27th, 2010.

  • The World Wireless Congress sponsored a special workshop in Cupertino on August 23rd to address the emerging Antenna Technology for Smartphone device chaired by Prof. Willie W. Lu. About 50 industry experts and researchers attended this exciting technical discussions. Please click here for Prof. Lu's PDF slides as well as Video @ Youtube on the topic of iPhone antenna technology.

  • The Call-for-Papers of 2011 World Wireless Congress & 4G Summit is now open for technical submission. Please refer to Paper Submission for Authors page for more detailed information.

  • Congratulation on Mr. Cheng Lixin been appointed as CEO and President of ZTE USA Inc. Mr. Cheng has been supporting WWC mission and 4GMF mission for long time since 2002, and sponsored the events for several times.

  • The World Wireless Congress, its investors, partners and sponsors continue to invest aggressively on global IPR protection and enforcement for its key 4G events including 4G Summit, 4G Mobile Forum and other 4G conferences. Legal enforcement is being extended worldwide.

  • The World Wireless Congress is to host three Chinese 4G Experts' meetings in Shanghai, Beijing and Nanjing from June 24th to July 29th, 2010 in reflecting the rapidly increasing 4G markets of China, and the WWC's global leadership in technological alliance and strategy.

  • The 2010 4G SUMMIT was very successful with most of leading 4G vendors and providers participating and speaking in this flagship annual executive club and technology summit. Many medias have reported this great event in different ways, such as eWEEK, Examiner, The Droid, etc. In addition to on-site participants, over 92,000 professionals, customers and investors access this event on-linely.

  • The 2010 VIP Keynote Speakers' slides will be distributed to over 90,000 members, attendees, partners and customers from the conference website and mailing lists for the optimal marketing and promotion of their global leadership in both technology and services.

  • During the China national authority technology trip to Stanford University and the Silicon Valley, Prof. Willie Lu on behalf of World Wireless Congress, officially endorsed Ericsson and Cisco to the prestigious delegation. In the statement of endorsement for Ericsson, Prof. LU said "Ericsson is the world's leading provider of technology and services to the 4G mobile communications. Ericsson's leadership represents the world's highest technical as well as professional standard in research, engineering and customer satisfaction, and therefore I am gladly endorsing it". Based on conference bylaw, the premier sponsors (diamond and platinum sponsors) may be selected as Promoter in government authorities worldwide in the whole year of sponsorship. In this year, Ericsson and Cisco are selected as 2010 Promoters.

  • The World Wireless Congress strongly supports the mission of nation's Cybersecurity program by fostering the R&D in the wireless transmission security and identification together with our sponsors and partners through technology alliance with the annual events.

  • The World Wireless Congress is to launch the U.S. 4G Alliance with leading experts and executives of the 4G industry to define new architecture, set new strategy and build new business for the 4G industry movement of United States. Stay tuned for more in 4G Summit!

  • The World Wireless Congress is proud to host the China national science foundation (NSF) delegation and National Budgeting Office delegation from May 29 thru June 5th to visit Bay Area, Silicon Valley industries, Stanford University and U.C. Berkeley on possible collaborations. The two agencies manage about $500B funds every year.

  • The World Wireless Congress and its sponsors and investors will contract with global leading marketing firm and PR firm to promote the Ubiquitous Wireless Mobile Internet Forum - WMIF (aka Ubiquitous Internet Forum) on the worldwide basis. As strongly driven by the emerging BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) regions, the ubiquitous Internet applications for anyone and anything is booming up rapidly, and will create huge business opportunities in the years to come. WMIF is to bring together the leading vendors, providers and operators to build the business, set the standards and deliver the solutions for this emerging business segment. For more, please visit WMIF.com.

  • Join 4G Summit on June 3-4 to access the technical analysis and insights into the design and development details of the iPhone 4G system architecture and innovative breakthrough. Come and share the development experiences with leading engineers and executives of the industry. We have leading medias to report the breaking news well prior to the annual Apple WWDC'10 on June 7-11 just across the street.

  • What will be the new fashions Apple is to unveil at the 2010 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 7-11 in S.F.?  We believe Apple will not have special new products to announce this year, just continue the improvement on iPad, iPhone, iPod and Mac, etc. In general, Apple is still focusing on the mobile handheld devices, though it is expanding the Mac business to the iTV and iHome entertainment.

  • Over 80K visitors access the 4G SUMMIT website every month, and it is a great marketing platform to promote your products and services in this industry. By becoming a sponsor of 4G Summit, you will be marketed and promoted throughout the entire sponsorship year in this event  website which is accessible by millions of on-line visitors including potential buyers of your innovative products and solutions.

  • Shanghai speeds-up its 4G movement pace through the historic EXPO'2010 by integrating the city-wide WiFi networks with the TD-LTE cellular networks. By year 2012, over 90% downtown areas have WiFi access, and TD-LTE will be available in most streets, highways and subways. Shanghai will be the first city in the world in providing very low-cost and high-speed 4G wireless networks.

  • In the annual Embedded Systems Conference in Silicon Valley, Richard Templeton, President and CEO of Texas Instruments, pointed out in his keynote speech that, the future wireless communications will follow two directions: open architecture and low-power transmission. TI has well prepared for this global movement in the industry.

  • In the 4GMF Interim meeting in Cupertino, CA on May 2-3, 2010, experts discussed a lot on the upcoming iPhone 4G system which is based on open wireless architecture (OWA) platform. Local leading mobile device vendors attended this tech meeting in Cupertino.

  • The World Wireless Congress has become the flagship and No.1 4G SUMMIT in United States for its leadership and authority in the industry.

  • World Wireless Institute, a division of World Wireless Congress, opens its regional training office in Shanghai of China to extend its world-class training program in the greater China markets. The training program covers all fields of wireless and mobile communications.

  • Sieneon, diamond sponsor of 2010 4G Summit, unveils the first 5-in-1 core development card converging Broadcast, Telephone, Internet, 3G and WiFi, as well as Sensor Mesh Network into one common card powered by the invented OWA technology platform. For more, please visit: http://www.sieneon.com

  • The 2010 4G SUMMIT will comprise important keynote sessions, panel sessions and industry-leading training program on 4G technology. For more, please visit the Program page.

  • In 2010 China National People's Congress on March 5th, China is to push forward tremendously on the global IPR protection and enforcement in the next five to ten years. Based on the official report for the IPR segment, the budget for this global strategy is Unlimited.

  • On March 4th, 2010 in Stanford University, Prof. Willie W. Lu, chairman and founder of World Wireless Congress, was among a private group of Stanford community, discussing key issues with Ms. Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor to President Barak Obama. United States need significant REFORM and CHANGE in many key issues such as medical insurance, high-tech policy, etc. "Ordinary People Can Make Extraordinary Things," said Ms. Jarrett in her conclusive remarks. She also encouraged Stanford folks to look forward and widely for the nation's future. Ms. Jarrett graduated from Stanford University in Psychology, 1978.

  • Approved by the Board and the Authorities, World Wireless Congress and its affiliated divisions will launch its global 4G IPR centers in San Francisco, Shanghai and Geneva, to be financed by related governments and premier sponsors. The global 4G IPR networks are to be constructed in the next five years on the worldwide basis, and our premier sponsors will benefit greatly from this important IPR platform.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu, Co-Chief Architect of China 4G Lab is urgently seeking immediate solutions for national program of Mobile Internet Solutions, Mobile Cloud Solutions and 4G Baseband Solutions of over $500B markets in China. If your company has such available solution, please contact immediately to jerry<at>wirelesscongress.com. Once selected, we will market and promote your solutions directly to the central government for the national program, and purchase order will follow very quickly. All sale promotions are endorsed by Prof. Lu's office in China for technical merits, review and evaluation. External experts review may be required, but administrated by Prof. Lu's office in China. Technical review standard is based on the integrated criterion of China, EU and United States, focusing on cost effectiveness, performance efficiency, energy efficiency, technical breakthrough, competition analysis and long-term development roadmap, but not limited thereto.

  • How to establish an effective IPR system in China is a mission critical issue for China as well as the world. World Wireless Congress sponsored a special ICT-IPR seminar in the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Jan. 13th, 2010 in Beijing. "It is an urgent mission to create an effective way to enforce and to evaluate the mainstream IPRs in the ICT sector in China, and we are committed to lead this national program and construct the foundation of China ICT-IPR systems", said Prof. Willie W. Lu, acting chairman of the program.

  • 4G SUMMIT is to launch an 4G Mobile IPR Alliance (aka 4G IPRA) to consolidate the leading IPRs in the 4G mobile technology portfolios. The 4G IPRA is strongly backed up by governmental authorities, law firms and financial agencies. Good News for our sponsors: all 2010 4G Summit premier sponsors are exempt from 2010 4G IPRA actions such as patent litigation, ITC filing and patent invalidation, etc. Based on the 4G IPRA kickoff meeting in Los Altos Hill, Calif. on 02/16/2010, it will bring together around 1,000 - 1,500 key patents for this 4G IPRA in the next five years to join the forces together of the alliance in protecting the interest and business of the alliance members. For more information on the alliance structure, bylaws, membership and strategy, please join our 4G IPRA meeting in the evening session of June 3rd.

  • Based on World Mobile Congress's technical experts evaluation, in the U.S. mobile markets especially on the coming 4G markets, the following companies are the expected leading solution providers in both technology and customer services: Cisco Systems, Ericsson NA, Oracle Corporation and Qualcomm Incorporated. For more detailed evaluation report, please stay tuned.

  • World Wireless Congress and Global Mobile Congress co-organized a special training on 4G Backhaul Networks in Hangzhou, China to focus on this critical issues in the post-3G network optimization and deployment, especially in China market.

  • Apple's newly released iPad was just an expanded version of iPhone or iPod Touch without much new innovations. But, Apple remains the Smartphone leader in innovation and design, until someday, a really open mobile device will be able to solve the problem of iPhone, and replace it eventually. Meanwhile, Google's phone will be unable to fix the problem of iPhone, because gPhone is optimized to Google applications only though it claims supporting open OS, its architecture is still quite closed in both transmission and system performance.

  • China launched the "Sensing China" program with about $80 Billion budget on research, development and standardization of next generation wireless, mobile and sensor technologies for the China markets. While the program base was initiated in Wuxi, it will also cover other areas including Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen, etc. Currently, leading operators, vendors and providers are joining the program aggressively.

  • World Wireless Congress will host a special "Mobile Operators Workshop" in Berkeley, California in mid of February of 2010 to address the emerging issues in the 3G network optimization, 3G network backhaul, 4G field trial and LTE roadmap with leading mobile operators including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, Clearwire and Virgin Mobile. About 80 experts from operators and vendors will be attending.

  • World Wireless Congress and 4GMF have helped their sponsors very much in invalidating lots of patents of their competitors in the industry. Every year, WWC and its featured events publish numerous new ideas and new findings supported by their premier sponsors across the global, and these effective publications became the foundation of prior arts in the field, and set the strategic bar in invalidating others' patents.

  • Prof. Willie Lu's theory "No single wireless standard can support both broadband high-speed and seamless mobility" has been tested very well in the industry. The article "AT&T: The Most Hated Company in the iPhone Land" on 12/30/2009 by David Goldman, CNNmoney.com staff writer proved this fact definitely. The U.S. 3G services, though has been for a while, are always bottlenecked by bandwidth vs. mobility, especially in the very rich applications by iPhone. AT&T 3G Network is only providing around 30% of the promised services, similar to other carriers. How to solve this critical issue? OWA-based wireless convergence may be a better solution by converging 3G, WiFi, Wimax in an open wireless architecture manner for truly service-oriented information delivery mechanism to the open mobile terminal device.

  • With more and more IPR lawsuits between Apple and Nokia, Qualcomm and Broadcom, Google and Microsoft, open wireless and mobile systems IPR portfolios become the key issues in theses companies' IP battles. The U.S. IPR Courts and International Trade Commission (ITC) honor very much the parties with strong IP portfolios in the mainstream open wireless and mobile architecture technology solution.

  • China will be leading the global Mobile Cloud technology initiative based on Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) platform with over $50B investment in R&D and development in the next ten years, according to the Information Industry authority of Shanghai government in its Jan. 4th's Long-Term Development Planning meeting in Shanghai. As reported, Mobile Cloud is one of the key technologies in driving China's future mobile wireless communication infrastructure and OWA core platform has become the foundation of this strategic movement.

  • The U.S. 4G Expert Panel sponsored by 4G SUMMIT is growing rapidly in these several months. Currently, we have over 400 senior 4G experts in the panel and we will have a networking event in early February 2010 in both Santa Clara, CA and San Diego, CA. Stay tuned !

  • World Wireless Congress is renowned for its very high standard in technical as well as professional excellence of the field. In 2010, WWC will continue to sponsor about five world's most famous and notable scientists and inventors to Asia on annual Research Mission Trips in helping research collaborations in the field of Information Theory, Communication Theory and Signal Processing Theory, etc.

  • As of 12/11/2009, we have received 187 speaker submissions to the flagship 2010 4G SUMMIT in San Francisco. The committee will review each submission carefully and announce the program in early Feb 2010. Priority will be awarded to industry leaders, famous experts, sponsors and exhibitors.

  • World Wireless Congress and USCWC hosted a special IPR seminar on "U.S. Patent Laws: updates and future changes" in Mountain View, Calif. on 12/14/2009. Over 50 leading IPR attorneys and law professors attended this seminar and joined the discussions on US patents.

  • The 2010 Winter 4G Summit will be in Shanghai on Jan. 15-16, 2010 together with China 4G Forum. This is an operators and customers 4G technology summit hosted by Global Mobile Congress of China. For more, please contact jerry<at>wirelesscongress.com

  • 2009 was a great year for World Wireless Congress and Global Mobile Congress, as we expanded our regional offices to more cities in China and Europe. In 2010, our global staffs for these two programs will reach to 50 peoples, a 30% increase from 2009.

  • World Wireless Congress hosted a special seminar on "Social Innovation Technology (SIT)" in Santa Clara Marriott hotel of California on 12/11/2009 to address this emerging topic in the global ICT industry. Wireless, Mobility, Computing, Internet, etc are key issues of SIT.

  • The U.S. 4G solutions are now available for global markets, including infrastructures and chipsets, though the U.S. mobile services are still quite closed, but improving aggressively. The U.S. mobile industries push very hard the converged wireless and mobile systems and networks for the international markets where multiple wireless standards are required for the service-oriented rich mobile applications.

  • By year 2013, based on Delson Group report, China will have over 1 billion mobile users with average service/application spending of RMB150 ($24) each per month, which accounts for RMB150B per month. Furthermore, based on China government strategy on mobile technology development, China will rollout nationwide 4G networks by year 2012-2013. Therefore, China will drive the global 4G business and expect to take about 75% of worldwide markets. China 4G will converge multiple existing common wireless standards instead of developing new wireless transmission technologies, for example, WiFi, CDMA, TDMA, WiMax, etc.

  • In the 2009 Mission 2020 CEO Summit in Mountain Home Road of Woodside, California, the Silicon Valley top CEOs agreed that the future mobile wireless industry will mainly rely on two emerging issues: Mobile Internet and Open Wireless. Over $200B investment will be inked for this technology development and technology market by year 2020, and most VCs in ICT sectors will eye for the startups of this field.

  • The management board of World Wireless Congress had monthly meeting on 11/9/2009 in Los Altos Hill, CA, and approved the 2010 event strategy to market the WWC'2010 in the brand of 4G SUMMIT and OPEN MOBILE SUMMIT with new organizing management and marketing management. The board also approved budget to have new PR firms and marketing firms to promote the 2010 event in San Francisco.

  • World Wireless Congress called for global actions on Cyberspace Security enhancement through the mobile wireless communications including smartphones and mobile infrastructures. With more and more people having mobile multimedia devices, the security threat is increasing every day because the terrorists can use your individual MM smartphones to obtain sensitive information remotely and in an ad-hoc way by taking over the wireless transmission channels in a remote wireless infrastructure station or a remote wireless router.

  • Over 85% of global smartphones are manufactured in Shenzhen of China. What's the next step for Shenzhen? A high-level IPR delegation of Shenzhen visited World Wireless Congress office in Silicon Valley  and joined the discussion on "How to turn Shenzhen into a Global IPR Valley within next ten years" on 11/4/2009, hosted by Prof. Willie W. Lu and his partners in several law firms and investment firms.

  • "U.S. behind China for ten years on Open Mobile Movement" - In the monthly executive briefing in Stanford on 11/3/2009, Prof. Willie W. Lu, founder of Open Wireless and Open Mobile architecture, pointed out that United States stays much behind China for at least ten years on open mobile movement because of many critical issues unsolved. For more, please see: http://alwayson.goingon.com/permalink/post/33930

  • The global Wireless Mobile Internet (WMI) market is booming up rapidly, especially in emerging markets. In China, the WMI service with 3G EVDO (3.1Mbps Downlink and 500Kbps Uplink) is only at RMB5c/min (0.7c/min) nationwide, and even the elementary school students can enjoy the WMI services almost freely and affordably. The Wireless Mobile Internet Forum (WMIF) will drive the industry alliance to develop the optimal solutions and strategies for the global open WMI architecture and platform targeting the end-users' WMI expectations.

  • World Wireless Congress will lead a delegation of China ICT authorities in mid November 2009 to visit some leading industries and research institutions in France, Spain, Germany, Italy and Sweden. Strongly backed by its sponsors and supporters, World Wireless Congress will open its regional office in EU to reflect the importance of the European market of the industry.

  • World Wireless Congress will host a workshop on "4G Technology for China Fast Train (Dong-Che) Systems" on October 9th, 2009 in Shanghai with technical experts from universities and The Ministry of Railway Transportation of China.

  • China ITU 4G Standards' expert meeting was successfully held on October 7th, 2009 in Shanghai, China hosted by 4GMF and China 4G Lab of Shanghai. About 40 experts from Tsinghua Univ., BUPT, Shanghai Jiaotong Univ., Alcatel-Sbell, Huawei, China Mobile, China Telecom and CAS shared their very good insights and strategies to help China 4G ITU movement.

  • World Wireless Congress (WWC) sponsors' delegation (executives from Qualcomm, Intel, Motorola, Nokia, NSN, Microsoft, Samsung, Oracle, Cisco, Ericsson, LG, NTT DoCoMo, Alcatel and TI) visited Shenzhen Science & Technology Park of China on October 5th and 6th, 2009 and met with local leading industry leaders and government officials. In Shenzhen, over 85% of global smartphones are manufactured there which include HTC, Foxconn, Huawei and ZTE, etc. There are about 1500 companies in Shenzhen directly or indirectly involved in smartphone development and production, and therefore Shenzhen is well called the Smartphone Valley of the world. WWC is committed to bring together these smartphone developers to form a strong industrial alliance for the fostering of new innovation and invention.

  • The 7th 4GMF BBQ networking was celebrated on Sept.5, 2009 (labor day holiday) in a Cupertino Private Mansion of one committee member. It was hosted by 4GMF and World Wireless Congress. 67 field executives and experts from bay area joined this great event.

  • China 4G Authority Executive Delegation will be visiting Stanford and Berkeley, etc during September of 2009. WWC and 4GMF will host several executive receptions in Stanford Faculty Club. To join these important C4G Executive Reception, please contact steve<at>delson.org.

  • Stanford Chip'09 was successfully held in Stanford Memorial Auditorium. Leading chip vendors incld. Intel, AMD, TI, Nvidia, Infineon, etc all attended this annual technology symposium, and agreed that the future chipsets will be based on open architecture and converged system platform. To access the technical proceedings, please contact Chip'09 or coordinate thru WWC at: info<at>wirelesscongress.com.

  • World Wireless Congress sponsored an important ICT Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Workshop in Palo Alto / Stanford on August 21st, 2009 to enforce the IPR regulations in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). To continue its objective of this workshop, an ICT IPR delegation will be visiting Washington DC in the week of September 16th, 2009 to further enhance such technical as well as legal activities.

  • World Wireless Congress (WWC) is the flagship and most authoritative technology and R&D platform in the United States in the field of next generation mobile wireless communications. As of June 30, 2009, over 55,000 senior technical professionals have been involved in this WWC mission worldwide, and the WWC technical reports/slides have been frequently distributed to over 2 million researchers, engineers and executives. WWC has become the prestigious vehicle for startups and industry leaders to define new technology, build new business and establish new partnership. WWC is committed to continue its mission of technical as well as professional excellence in the industry.

  • During the 2009 Research Mission Trips in China, Prof. Willie Lu promoted the WWC Premier Sponsors (such as Intel, Qualcomm, Nvidia, Oracle, Cisco, Ericsson, etc.) very much throughout his important speeches in 16 national key universities of China which reached over 8,000 Ph.D students, research scholars and academic professors in the field. In the upcoming decade, China's research funding in wireless communications will exceed RMB40B (USD6B) which mostly focuses on the open wireless innovations and inventions.

  • On June 9th, 2009 in Cupertino, CA, USCWC released the 4G Smartphone Architecture for the future 4G mobile phone device based on the innovative Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) platform. For detailed information, please refer to the Youtube Video of 4G Smartphone Arch.

  • USCWC, together with WWC, 4GMF and MWC, released the 4G Technology Suite on June 4th, 2009 in Santa Clara, California which is a significant milestone for the promotion of 4G technology development across the global. To order the Technology Suite, please click here.

  • WWC partners and sponsors represent over one trillion dollars' assets in the industry. How to move the industry to the next level of growth is the critical mission for every company. WWC committee members and advisors frequently provide advisory services and/or insight analyses for the premier sponsors to help secure their business excellence and technical leadership. Sponsors benefitted much more beyond just congress sponsorship, including internal memos on emerging business and technical issues, referred sales, local standardization, local regulations, industry partnership, customer relations, government relations, global branding as well as research collaborations, etc.

  • Where are the driving markets for Mobile WiMax? India, Brazil or China? Come to a workshop "How to save Mobile WiMax in Emerging Markets" in Saratoga Library on June 6th by leading analysts in Hong Kong and Brazil. Seats are limited, Contact 4Gclub<at>gmail.com.

  • China eGOV Systems Purchasing Delegation will be visiting Silicon Valley on October 7th through 10th, and attending WWC'09 on 8th (VIP Gala Reception) and 9th (Keynote and Featured sessions). This important delegation, co-hosted by this congress, will intend to purchase around $1.8B equipments in broadband wireless mobile systems and the convergence solution systems for the government markets.

  • Over 10 Silicon Valley leading Billionaires (IT, VC and Capital) will be joining us together at WWC'2009. Stay tuned!

  • Hosted by World Wireless Congress, the 2009 Billionaires CEO SUMMIT associated with Wireless / Mobile industry will be celebrated on 11/14/2009 in Woodside private mansion of California. Around 100 billionaires and semi-billionaires will be joining this private club party in Woodside, CA. CEOs will be sharing the stories in 2009, and propose new strategies and ideas on new business and plan.

  • OECD published important report showing that the Wireless Convergence is the ONLY solution to save the future wireless mobile industry.

  • About 40 leading wireless industries met together in Mountain View, California on May 27, 2009 to discuss on the next industry forum after the WiMax era. With continuing slowing down of WiMax movement, the industry is seeking next hot initiative for continuing the "WiMax" related investment and development. Amongst the proposals, "LTE", "4G", "Open Wireless", "Convergence" are the candidates. But most executives agreed that "LTE" will be just next hype after "WiMax" because "LTE" basically does not tell much in itself. Let's keep eyes open.

  • Per Chinese government order on H1N1 Flu Control in June and July of 2009 in China, all foreign visitors, regardless having fever or not, should be staying in private home or lodging facilities for ONE week after entry into PRC, therefore, the 6th 4GMF plenary meeting will be postponed to October 13-14, 2009 in Shanghai instead of in early July, Beijing. Almost all registrants of 6th 4GMF supported this decision very much and understand this Order well because summer is a critical time for this global flu.

  • World Wireless Congress will host a special industry policy workshop in Washington DC on September 18th, 2009 to address the emerging issues in the U.S. wireless and mobile industry. Top executives of U.S. operators, providers, vendors and regulators will be presenting their insights in this very important policy workshop. Speakers are by invitation only, and the workshop is organized by WWC DC office.

  • Premier sponsorship in World Wireless Congress will automatically extend to our other global events including World Mobile Congress and Global Mobile Congress which may reach over one million potential customers, buyers, providers and users both on-line and on-site. By year 2020, these three leading congresses will construct the world's largest customer networks of the mobile wireless industry.

  • China promised to have 3G data-rate speed doubled than that in U.S. 3G services. Based on announcement by China Unicom and Telecom on May 17th in Beijing, China is to guarantee 3G services at average above 1Mbps data-rate, while in U.S. the average 3G services is just low than 500Kbps in general. Furthermore, China is to tremendously reduce the 3G price to be more affordable and more economic, including many incoming 3G services FREE and $1 for 1G traffics. China hopes to boost the Wireless Mobile Internet (WMI) applications through this most affordable 3G plan. Based on DG survey, China's WMI market will be over $2 trillion by year 2020 which is a huge business.

  • World Wireless Congress hosted an important OWA (Open Wireless Architecture) strategic meeting in Woodside, California on May 15, 2009 in defining the key technical issues of the OWA core platform including the open mobile service, open service delivery and open convergence architecture, etc. Several worldly famous scientists, experts and Silicon-Valley founders in Woodside area were invited in attending this prestigious meeting. This was a private meeting, and as requested by guests, all meeting details remain confidential.

  • Around 80 WWC/4GMF sponsors and partners met in San Francisco on May 14th in discussing mobile industry business in China. WWC is to coordinate all sponsors and partners to invest over $500M for the China 4G Mobile Park in Hangzhou of China, and the China 4G business is to exceed $800B by year 2020, covering telecommunications, e-governments and wireless mobile cities, etc. Hangzhou has been the Mobile Valley of China since 1992 when the first GSM joint venture was introduced to Eastcom with Motorola. Now, Hangzhou is one of the best living-standard cities all over the world with best living quality, best living safety and best living community.

  • WWC'2009 is to join forces with the government together in advancing the U.S. mobile communications to the next level of success, focusing on opening the network access, increasing the wireless coverage, improving the network interoperability and promoting the fix-mobile convergence. Leading government authorities, network operators and equipment vendors will come to WWC'09 for this important mission.

  • What's 4G technology? Based on a survey by World Mobile Congress to 2400 professionals in North America and Asia-Pacific regions, 71% voted for Convergence solution of multiple wireless and mobile technologies (such as 3G, WiFi and others), 13% voted for LTE (which is still unclear so far), 10% voted for WiMax, and other 6% voted for new transmission technology.

  • Are you ready for Economy Recovery and Industry Booming-Up? World Wireless Congress is to bring together leading operators and vendors in China, U.S. and E.U. to kickoff the new era of mobile wireless industry across the global. The congress will also invest million dollars on international marketing and branding to prepare for the next big wave in the ICT industry, focusing on fix, wireless and mobile convergence. According to the congress board strategy of next five-years plan, World Wireless Congress, together with its partners and sponsors, will expand its activities throughout U.S., Asia and Europe, with strong supports from governments, investors and operators.

  • What's 4G mobile technology? Watch the Video by Prof. Willie Lu on future 4G technology here: English version in Youtube.com or Chinese version. For complete full video of about one hour, please contact steve<at>delson.org for ordering information.

  • Based on Delson Group's recent report on Asia-Pacific region ICT market prediction, the Wireless Mobile Internet (WMI) market in China by year 2020 will be over $2 trillion with about one billion active WMI users. This is mostly because of the low cost of WMI services in China which will trigger the industrial boom in the coming years. In addition, the regulation and administration are very efficient and effective in China, and the government pushes very hard for open network access and open service offerings which contribute greatly for this movement.

  • Supported by China Stimulus plan in R&D and sponsorship from leading industries, USCWC expands its Shanghai operating center aggressively to further promote its sponsors and partners' business leadership in China. The center will be in charge of China local standardizations, regulations, government relations, contract biddings, IPR protections and strategic marketing for its core sponsors, partners and licensees. The center will also be in cooperation with local governments and universities on advanced research, policy-making and university-industry collaborations with its premier sponsors and/or industrial partners.

  • 2009 Global Mobile Congress (GMC'2009), technically co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society, has been now officially in IEEE conference database. Please check the IEEE Conference Website and use keyword "GMC", and you will  find all the detailed conference information. All accepted papers of GMC'2009 will be published by IEEE in IEEE Xplore Digital Library and indexed in EI Compendex.

  • Approved by the Steering Committee, the 2009 WWC-Open Mobile Summit (R) has been rescheduled to November 9-10, 2009 in San Francisco. This is important to help stimulate the industry and economy as many predict that the global economy will start recovery in 4Q09.

  • The 2009 Global Mobile Congress (GMC'2009) in Shanghai will be in technical co-sponsorship with the IEEE Computer Society to promote the IEEE 802 series technology for China 4G mobile communications. Based on China Stimulus Plan, over $42B will be invested in China 4G technology movement, and the IEEE standards will play one of the leading roles in this historic technology movement.

  • When Reagan signed his $750 billion stimulus plan into law in 1981, it snapped the U.S. out of a deep recession and ignited a high-tech boom... turning individual investors into millionaires overnights. Now, Barack Obama's stimulus plan is even bigger, laying the groundwork for the next economic boom. The Wall Street Journal calls it "a major win for the high-tech industry." Looking into the wireless mobile industry, the followings will be driving this global boom: 4G mobile technology, Open mobile technology, Wireless Mobile Internet technology and Open wireless system technology. Within China's trillion dollars' stimulus package, around $42B is allocated to the 4G development. Based on the Intellectual Venture's IPR report, the transactions of 4G technology patents become extremely active recently which gives a strong sign that the economy is to boom up again in the near future. Stay tuned in our 4G Mobile and Open Mobile series technology events worldwide.

  • WWC, GMC, 4GMF and their sponsors and partners have inked over $100M funds in empowering the 4G technology IPs in the industry. The core IPs include wireless computing, mobile cloud architecture, signal processing, radio transmission, spectrum allocation and application platform. The sponsors and partners are investing heavily on the 4G IPs in China and US markets, and we market them worldwide.

  • While the global economy is in deep depression, the innovation is unbelievably much stronger. The number of U.S. patent applications through USCWC has doubled in the first quarter of 2009 compared to the same quarter of 2008. Because of cost-effectiveness and technical authority, more and more researchers across the global rely on USCWC to file U.S. patent applications, and this trend is increasing rapidly.

  • 6th 4GMF Plenary in Beijing will focus on China Green 4G Strategy: To drive the China 4G industry in a healthy, scientific and environment-friendly manner to utmost utilize the resources and maximize the performance.

  • China is rolling out the 3G networks nationwide. But 3G is not a long-term strategy of China. All mobile operators have been instructed to consider 4G smooth transition by year 2012 based on central government's strategic order. The China 4G is fully focused on the converged solutions of 3G, LTE, WiFi and WiMax, etc. From the 4G technical as well as standards' point of view, GMC'2009 and 6th 4GMF plenary meeting in China will lead the team to define China's 4G solutions and build China's 4G business. Stay tuned !

  • The 6th 4GMF plenary meeting in Beijing will be organized by China government with Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) of China to reflect its importance in China. All leading industries and authorities of China will be participating in this 4GMF. Stay tuned for more.

  • 4GMF is getting more and more important on the worldwide basis. Over 15 countries' governments have requested to host this flagship 4G technology summit in their countries, and therefore the 4GMF schedule has been arranged through year 2012. 4GMF and 4th Generation Mobile Forum are our internationally registered trademarks for long time since 2002, and this long-time continued use has established the strong distinctness and branding across the global in the industry, and hence we have exclusive rights in this intellectual property of 4GMF, 4G Mobile Forum and the similar names such as 4G Forum, 4G Summit, 4G Conference, 4G Congress, 4G Symposium and others.

  • What's 4G technology? Someone always has a wrong concept that 4G means very high-speed transmission which is totally wrong!  While 4G can support high-speed data rates, but high-speed data rates is not equal to 4G. Join us in the global 4G technology training program - it is an investment for your future and your company's business of tomorrow. Each training session is limited to 50 people only, so please register ASAP.

  • The next Special Training on 4G Technology will be scheduled in the week of June 22nd in Shanghai. For those who will join this important 4G training program, please send this 4G Training Registration Form as soon as possible by April 30th. The program is limited to 50 peoples totally, and lectured by Prof. Willie W. Lu, one of the world's leading 4G pioneers and experts in the industry.

  • Invited by Chinese government and related authorities, GMC'2009 will promote the theme of China TD LTE technology for the future development of Chinese TDD solution. The TD LTE strategy includes the current TD-SCDMA to TD-OFDMA, and further to TD-OWA converging different radio transmission technologies (RTTs) onto one common platform in long term. This GMC-TD LTE Summit will bring together the decision-makers and the world-class experts to further evaluate the Chinese strategy in developing the future technologies of this industry movement where China will invest about $100B ~ $150B in the next decade. This summit will be in Shanghai on Oct. 12-14.

  • Though the global economy keeps going down, our World Wireless Congress remains the world's most authoritative technology and strategy platform for many countries in view of its unique standing in the industry. WWC is not a business show, or sales conference. It is an industrial technology and strategy summit in an open, honest, un-hyped and healthy way. Invited by over 20 countries, Prof. Lu, chairman and founder of WWC global mission, will be presenting our future plan with these authorities including China, Japan, Germany, Malaysia, India, etc.

  • Bad economy, but good for smarter Investors ! After we announced the Emerging Land Investment in WWC'2005, Stanford University, many of our conference participants bought these emerging lands in Los Angeles County. Now, their average return is six times, some have ten times' return. These emerging lands will continue rapid increase in values because these areas will become the world's hub on new energy and mobile entertainment technologies, and furthermore, China may invest hundreds of billion dollars there in developing new energy solutions for the greater China markets. We believe the land value in these areas will be over 100 times in long-run. Click here for more.

  • [Beijing 16th Jan. 2009] China's leading wireless and mobile communication experts will be joining forces together at the upcoming 4GMF plenary meeting in Beijing on July 10-11, 2009 to discuss on the strategy and standards of China 4G mobile industry. Based on central government's plan, China is to deploy the 4G service by year 2012, and this 4G technology will be focused on the open-architectured convergence of multiple wireless standards including  TD-SCDMA, TD-OFDMA and other air interfaces. Stay tuned for the details.

  • Since 2004, Prof. Willie Lu had repeatedly pointed out that "No single wireless standard can support both broadband high-speed transmission and seamless mobility". "In theory, seamless mobile WiMax never works because it is impossible to have enough spectrum to support such fast-moving high-speed transmission in such a fast-fading mobile radio channel, especially the link is in OFDM mode," said Prof. Lu in Stanford University, June 2004, "and this technical challenge may need over 10 years' R&D to tackle with". We understand that thousands of world-class experts believed in the mobile WiMax, and we hope they realize this theoretical issue. - by Office of Prof. Lu.

  • In CES'2009 in Las Vegas, both Intel Chairman Craig and Cisco CEO John agreed that the future industry will be based on Open Architecture. Computing, Networking and Wireless will be converged together into one common and open platform to deliver the best and cost-effective services to the customers and consumers. More research and development need to be done for this future movement.

  • Do you think China 3G kickoff is a good news or bad news? To 3G industries, it may be negative as the game may be over very soon. Anyway, 3G is not a hot topic any more across the global. But to 4G industries, it may be a good news because the 4G era is getting closer. Remember in December of 2007, Chinese premier minister promised to launch China 4G services by year 2012. If China does not start 3G now, how can China kickoffs 4G within three years? So, please do not expect too much from China 3G business. Instead, focusing on 4G solutions is always a safe strategy. Meanwhile, wireless mobile Internet service will be emerging in the next decade, nothing to do with xG.

  • China approved 3G Rollout on Jan. 5th, 2009 to kick of the world's most cost-effective wireless mobile Internet services at lower than $1 for 100M or $10 for 2G data traffic. If you pay $20 per month (no extra tax/service charge), you will enjoy unlimited mobile Internet services including voice, data, video and TVs. Immediately after this government press release, WMIF was successfully awarded to lead the global  standardization and regulation issues of wireless mobile Internet industry in China from 2009, co-organized with government authorities. The WMIF mission is to define the open wireless mobile Internet architecture for the next decade, and build the industry alliance of the business.

  • Supported by local sponsors in China, the first 200 participants with FULL On-Site Registration Rate in our 2009 Events in China including Hong Kong will be provided a special gift of fully unlocked iPhone package (fully unlocked, dual GSM SIM cards, Quad-Bands, excellent quality, no contract at all). The qualified events include 4GMF China sessions, Wireless Mobile Internet Forum China session and Global Mobile Congress. For more information on events' schedule, please visit: http://4gmobile.com/. You can also pre-register by February 28th, 2009 to reserve your gift in advance, but need to pick up iPhone at the on-site registration desk of the event. Note: The gift is provided by independent and unrelated 3rd-party local sponsor or supporter, and the event organizer is not responsible for the source of the gift, and not responsible for checking the IPR ownership of the gift. Though the gift will be provided as a working new phone with high quality and excellent condition, the gift is provided as it is, where it is, and no warranty is awarded. The gift is for personal use only, and not for sale. The gift is made in China, provided in China and given in China.

  • [News 12/19/2008 Cupertino, Calif.] Apple Computer will lose the "iPhone" trademark protection in United States. Based on USPTO website, the trademark application No. 77007808 (iPhone in class 009) by Apple Computer was finally rejected registration by USPTO which means "iPhone" by Apple will not be exclusively protected in USA. The prior owner Cisco Technology Inc has banned Apple for registration. To solve this trademark problem, Apple proposed narrowing the trademark with "Apple Logo" combined with the word "iPhone" but needs to disclaim the exclusive use of "iPhone". In any way, Apple will lose the right of property "iPhone". Meanwhile, Apple is urgently looking for new name for its 4G mobile phone, and may not continue using "iPhone" for its future branding of smartphone device.

  • World Wireless Congress opened its training office in Shanghai and Beijing for the technology training and education in the China market.

  • 2008 4GMF year-end board meeting was successfully held in Beijing on 5th December 2008, chaired by Prof. Willie Lu. "LU made several billion-dollar companies to bankrupt because he consistently OPPOSED to deploy and proposed delaying China 3G rollout. LU also developed lots of new businesses for many companies because he pushed very much for Open Mobile initiative, and petitioned big CHANGE in the mobile industry", said SINA reporter Steve Zhang about Prof. Lu, "Besides in China, LU is also one of the pioneers to urge USA to open up its mobile communication industry through his founded World Wireless Congress in San Francisco".

  • The 2009 Wireless Mobile Internet Forum (WMIF) will be in San Francisco, September 8-9, 2009 with theme on Open Mobile Internet technology. World's leading mobile Internet solution providers and mobile Internet device (MID) providers will be sponsoring this flagship global forum in driving the industry and building the team. For more information, please visit: www.wmif.com.

  • USCWC, C4G Lab and about 10 partners unveiled the first iHand 4G Smartphone in Beijing on 17th December 2008. This innovative fully unlocked 4G phone can support basically any wireless standards by inserting necessary external Air-Interfaces' Card powered by OWA (open wireless architecture) technology platform. This is a significant milestone for the mobile phone development in the system architecture and radio transmission architecture. Based on OWA technology, the future upgrade of mobile standards can be easily utilized by changing different air-interface card rather than changing the mobile handheld device which is really a revolutionary approach of the industry.

  • After 3-months' selection and committee review, over 250 speakers have been selected and invited for the tenth World Wireless Congress & Open Mobile Summit in San Francisco, May 13-15, 2009. This flagship 10th Open Mobile Summit - It's Time to Change!, is to kick-off the U.S. open mobile movement under the new administration of President Obama as well as the new FCC management. To mark this historic movement of U.S. mobile communication industry, the FCC chairman will be invited to address the grand opening of this 2009 Summit.

  • Over 100 world-class wireless architects and mobile application engineers met together in Shanghai on December 2-3,2008 in discussing the 4th generation (4G) smartphone architectures. The conclusion is: the low-cost US$100 4G "iPhone", unlocked without any contract, is possible and implementable. "We are developing the $100 unlocked 4G iPhone for China market which can support GSM, TD-SCDMA, WiFi, WiMax, Bluetooth, GPS and FM radio at the low cost of RMB800 without any contract," said Prof. Willie Lu, chairman of this workshop. In China, the unlocked iPhone 8G is already quite cheap at about RMB900 (about $110), and will be less than $100 by Chinese new year. The unlocked 3G iPhone will be lowed down to about RMB1000 within 6 months. Though these "iPhones" may be San-Zhai-Ji (not from formal Apple channels), they have exact same HW and SW, and have same quality standards, and superb performance in systems and transmissions. Based on one insider report in Shenzhen, the sales of these "iPhones" are over 400,000 sets per months.

  • 2009 WWC-Open Mobile Summit: It's Time to Change! As the world is in economy recession, it is time for big change in telecommunications and IT sectors. Over 20 countries including China, US, India, Canada, Japan, Korea, Australia and France agree to have big changes in the regulations and policies of the future ICT industries. One of the big changes is to make the systems and services more open to the developers and users. China will enforce the vendors and operators to support open architecture through the new regulations and laws; U.S. President-Elect Obama is to reform the whole FCC to try to catch up with other developed and developing countries in the mobile sectors; European companies need considerable big change to stay competitive in this market and Japan will remodel its mobile application platform to the international markets. Stay tuned for this worldwide CHANGE of the mobile industry!

  • We will have about 100 Startup CEOs to present their innovative and breakthrough technologies in mobile social networks, mobile content delivery, location-based services, mobile search and advertisement, mobile Internet device and other emerging mobile applications at the 2009 annual congress. The event is committed to drive new innovations and inventions of the industry and build new business.

  • WWC2009 will continue to be in San Francisco bay area in May. Same as every year, the leading CTOs and top executives of wireless/mobile sectors will come together to debate on the technology movement of the industry. In 2009, the topics will focus on: 1. Open mobile & open wireless - but how much open and how to open? 2. Can LTE save the industry? or just another hype? 3. How to converge different wireless standards in one platform? architecture revolution vs. evolution? 4. Future wireless will be driven by computer industry vs. telecom industry? How will telecom marry with computer industry? 5. How can Nokia go for service/application vendor, while Intel goes for telecom vendor? 6. What's the most important ten inventions & innovations in wireless industry in 2009? Join us together and debate each other (not fighting each other) at this annual global summit.

  • Obama Lab (Open Broadband And Mobile Architecture Laboratory) is to open new R&D centers in Seattle, Portland and Los Angeles to meet the increasing demands on new innovations in open mobile industry movement. Due to current economy recession, more and more former senior or principal engineers and researchers, from leading industries such as Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, Ericsson, RIM, Sun, Apple, Google, Broadcom, Intel, Lucent, Nortel, etc, join Obama Lab as part-time consultants or partners, to seek continuation in innovation and invention for the mobile and wireless industry. They bring in lots of ideas and IPs to the value of Obama Lab's R&D force.

  • Sieneon has been granted an important Patent on integrating Home Phone, Office Phone and Mobile Phone into One common mobile device powered by OWA technology. This is a significant milestone towards truly convergence of mobile, fixed and wireless communications, providing revolutionary approach for the network operators, service providers and the device vendors. This patent will greatly improve the service architectures of Blackberry, iPhone, Google Phone and WiMax MID, etc.

  • The global recession will reset wireless industry to the new starting point. Should we go for WiMax, LTE, or others? Without money, we can do nothing! All industry executives and experts need to come together and discuss together for a solution for our future - A Call for Action!

  • With recent global recession, lots of high-tech startups filed bankruptcy every day. However it is the best time to acquire some very good technology IPs (intellectual property) in the technology sectors. For example, a complete WiMax chipset solution (over $50M investment) could be acquired at just $100,000 or low. Another example, a WLAN roaming patent could be acquired at only $1000. It is a very good opportunity!

  • In 2008 ARM Development Forum, ARM EVP and GM of Physical IP Division - Simon Segars unveiled ARM's long-term strategy in low-power handheld device markets: ARM will be focusing on open wireless architecture for wireless systems and open mobile applications.

  • [San Francisco/Luxembourg, September 29, 2008] - The Fourth Generation Mobile Forum® (4GMF®) and the IPv6 Forum forge an alliance to promote interoperability and foster creation of next generation mobile applications in the booming wireless mobile broadband environments. "The IPv6 Forum could add great value to our open mobile platform for innovative end to end mobile applications and services, especially with the looming IPv4 address depletion by 2010" said Dr. Willie W. Lu, Chairman 4GMF® - Open Mobile Initiative. "The 4GMF has been a great advocate for an open platform in the wireless mobile sector very much in line with the IPv6 Forum mission. This platform will be used for sharing technological innovations and business insights in the emerging 4th generation open mobile and wireless communications focusing on applications and services" said Mr. Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President. For more on press release, please visit Press Center.

  • Google Phone is to challenge the traditional mobile-phone vendors (Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, etc) to force them open up the application and OS platforms. Google Phone also forces iPhone to open up its OS and software. In long run, Google will help drive the open mobile movement towards the open wireless architecture (OWA) platform in both system architecture and wireless transmission.

  • China will invest over $80B in setting up its international R&D centers in California within the next 15 years. The R&D will be focusing on new energy, mobile technology and bio-tech for the China markets as well as the regions. The investment will greatly benefit California in general.

  • Qualcomm set up its new R&D centers in San Francisco Bay Area under the program called BARD (Bay Area R&D) with R&D Centers in Santa Clara (close to Intel and Broadcom), Palo Alto (close to Nokia) and Mountain View (close to Google). This important BARD is to focus on open mobile initiative, open wireless architecture, mobile cloud and wireless mobile Internet solutions. Stay tuned!

  • The Mobile World Congress (MWC) had its quarterly committee meeting in Shanghai on September 6th, 2008 with 37 committee members and partners participating in this important meeting. Prof. Q. Yang, chair of steering committee and Prof. W. Lu, chair of technical committee both presented the strategic plans to the attendees. Approved by MWC committee, new regional offices will be set up in several EU states including Germany and France to further promote MWC to become a worldly flagship event in the mobile wireless industry. Mr. L. Song, the MWC controller, presented the next five-year budget plan supported by the government as well as China private capitals.

  • World Wireless Congress and World Mobile Congress co-organized a special training on ICT IPR systems in Shanghai, China with over 100 senior professionals participating in this important training seminar.

  • China is to strongly support Mobile World Congress in Europe and worldwide as its international vehicle for its on-going TD-OFDMA developed for the international market. According to MWC offices in Shanghai and Hangzhou, the government is supporting to promote the congress as one of the world's most authoritative and prestigious events in the mobile wireless industry. Stay tuned!

  • USCWC tremendously expanded its R&D forces on the worldwide basis, including US, China, Germany, Spain, France and Japan. Under the next five-year plan, USCWC, together with its partners, will invest $500M on 4G technology R&D focusing on open wireless architecture (OWA) technology and Mobile Cloud technology. Industry leaders such as Intel, Oracle, Google, Qualcomm, Microsoft, IBM, etc are very interested in joining in the program. One of USCWC's R&D offices is just across the street of Google headquarter in Mountain View, Calif.

  • DGL Capital, China Oversea Capital and Private investors are to set up the Future Innovation Park (FIP) in Los Angles Country to lead the global R&D and Innovations in emerging technologies covering New Energy, Clean ICT and next generation mobile communications. The FIP project will cover about 50 acres' land with  thousands of researchers and engineers. The FIP will link US and China as a global hub of innovations and inventions, and will act as a leading R&D arm to drive both countries towards year 2020 and beyond.

  • Apple faces very tough challenges with its 3G iPhone device due to its fatal problems in the 3G baseband chipsets and the 3G system architectures. Many wireless experts pointed out that the current problems seriously limit the 3G iPhone data-rate to be slower than many 2G device, and increase the call-drop rate as well as degrade the data synchronization control. This pushes Apple to move to the 4G iPhone platform much earlier than expected. Recently, Apple invited many famous 4G experts to Cupertino on this topic, and we expect more 4G news from Apple very soon. Currently, Apple licensed InterDigital for 3G IP and used Infineon 3G Chipsets jointly developed by InterDigital.

  • China is heading for 4G era quickly and aggressively. Based on an internal memo to Prof. Lu's Beijing office, China has "silently" suspended the real 3G deployment except some for international marketing and "model project" purpose. On the 8/22 internal memo, all the operators and providers have been ordered to "look for long-term technology strategy" and not allowed to "invest on problematic mobile technology". In other words, "3G" is a "problematic technology, and forbidden to continue investment. Currently, many "positive" smoke/news on 3G was just to attract foreign investments, and Mr. Wang Jianzhou (CEO of China Mobile)'s personal homework before he will retire the end of this year.

  • 4GMF (4th Generation Mobile Forum) will expand its global presence and leadership to more countries and regions covering US, China, Japan, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Swiss, Canada, Singapore, Australia and Finland. Stay tuned for the great news to come!

  • 4GMF Las Vegas plenary meeting will be in partnership with 2009 CES in reflecting the rapidly increasing importance of 4G mobile technology in the consumer electronics industry, especially in 4G smartphone sector and OWA mobile cloud sector. This 4GMF is the only mobile technology forum in the 2009 CES with over 150,000 participants for this world's largest CE/IT show.

  • 4GMF (4th Generation Mobile Forum) CEO Forum was successfully held in Beijing on August 11 during the Beijing Olympic Games, with over 80 CEOs/CTOs attended the meeting. As 4G technology is becoming popular worldwide, the 4GMF will open international representative offices in UK, Germany, France and Japan. The 4GMF operation headquarter is in Beijing, China with marketing headquarter in San Francisco, USA. With the new investment from Government and sponsors, 4GMF is to expand its global presence aggressively.

  • China strongly supports Mobile World Congress in Europe to help expand China's global R&D leadership in next generation mobile wireless communication industry. Based on China long-term Wireless Industry Next Evolution (WINE) strategy, China 4G proposal (TD-OFDMA) will target both China and Europe markets through this Mobile World Congress platform. Stay tuned for more releases.

  • Mobile World Congress, 4GMF and Chinese authority jointly organized a special forum on "Fourth Generation (4G) Mobile Wireless Technologies in Beijing Olympic Games " on August 5th, 2008 in Beijing. According to the forum releases, several 4G technologies have been utilized and deployed in this historic Games: WiMax-WiFi mess networks, converged TD-OFDMA/CDMA/GSM networks and Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) field trials in both Beijing and Shanghai. The 4G projects will continue beyond the Games.

  • Dr. Ronald B. Herberman, director of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, issued an unprecedented warning to his faculty and staff Wednesday: Limit cell phone use because of the possible risk of cancer. "Do you believe there is a link between cell phone use and cancer?", when asked by a media press during the Stanford Summit in Stanford University campus on July 24, 2008, Prof. Willie W. Lu, Executive Director of U.S. Centre for Wireless Communications (USCWC), replied "There is no strong evidence to show Mobile phone can cause brain cancer, but at least long-time use of wireless phone is not safe, and people need to limit continuous use of less than 15 mins and limit 1 hour max per day. Also, the impact is for the whole body rather than just the brain."

  • In the annual AlwaysOn Summit at Stanford on July 23-24, 2008, industry leaders are urgently seeking the Clean ICT solutions for the future with the increasing concerns on safety and health for the users and environments. The future ICT clouds also demand the convergence in a more clean way for our future and the next generation. The CleanICT technology will be based on open architecture as agreed.

  • The Delson Group China Headquarter and its investors are to file international lawsuits against anyone or any company who infringes our international trademarks. The companies to be sued include those who sponsor such illegal activities or conducts across the global. The lawsuits are needed to protect our international intellectual properties for the best interest of our investors, partners, members and governmental supporters. "It has come to our attention that some international companies or organizations continuously infringe our trademarks which is absolutely intolerable", said David H. Lee, attorney of DG HQ China, "the lawsuits will target those who are involved in the direct infringements, sponsorship of the infringements and any financial support of the infringements."

  • What's the Ten Challenges for the new born 3G iPhone? Click here for the detailed analysis by Prof. Willie Lu, senior principal architect of iPhone transceiver by Infineon Technologies.

  • Steve Jobs announced the new iPhone platform focusing on 3rd-party application portals as well as future converged Radio Transmission Technologies (RTTs) supporting 3G, WiFi and other wireless standards in an open architecture platform.

  • WWC and MWC jointly announced "The 20 Most Important People for Global Mobile Movement" as Who's Who for Future Mobile Phone on June 4th in Palo Alto, California, voted by over 50,000 members and subscribers.

  • World Wireless Congress organized a special training on the IMT-LTE technology based on OWA platform in Zhejiang University, China.

  • More than 20 government authorities, including Japan, China, Malaysia, Korea, Canada, Singapore, Norway, Sweden, South Africa, Brazil, India, Finland, Belgium, etc plan to send delegations to the 10th WWC in 2009 for the updates of 4G technologies and regulations.

  • Los Alto Hill Capitals (LAHC) inked $700,000 to market and promote our 2009 events worldwide which cover World Wireless Congress, Global Mobile Congress and 4G Mobile Forum (4GMF). The marketing campaign will partner with global leading medias and PR firms in US, Europe and Asia. LAHC expected over half million people will access our 2009 events directly or indirectly which is an invaluable asset for this global technology movement. The event sponsors will benefit very much from this worldwide marketing campaign.

  • Over 90,000 senior wireless engineers, executives, investors and marketing managers will access the WWC'08 program and flagship keynote speeches during the week of May 14-16. They include the on-site attendees and on-line members and participants across the global.

  • WWC'2008 will be an extremely important Technology and Strategy conference on emerging 4G global movement. Due to lots of technology insights and full freedom of technical debates, no media records and press releases are allowed during the conference, and medias must adhere to the strict policy of the WWC confidentiality rules.

  • Though rumor, but makes more sense at the moment that, Sprint is to be acquired by Deutsche Telecom or China Mobile. Sprint had been in serious problem both business and finance since 1999, and feels very hard for any new initiatives in wireless and mobile communication services. Sprint Xolm is becoming another MMDS which disappoints its investors and partners. To be honest, the acquire is good for its service subscribers and investors.

  • Los Alto Hill Capitals (LAHC), total assets over $80 Billions, approved to support 4G R&D and global marketing through USCWC and its owned 4G events worldwide. LAHC will also help set up China 4G R&D centers.

  • World Wireless Congress organized a seminar on Green ICT in wireless mobile communications in Shanghai, China.

  • Do you know Sprint will postpone its WiMax Rollout until after 2010? China will slow down TD-SCDMA project? Google will invest multi-billion dollars on 4G mobile development? iPhone will be the leading 4G mobile phone for the next decade? Join 9th WWC-4G Summit in San Jose, CA on May 14-15 for details, and book your seat now.

  • The final confirmed VIP Keynote Speakers of 9th WWC-4G Mobile Summit are listed in the Program website.

  • "Hypo vs. Technology - What's more important in driving new business? ", a hot discussion at the 2008 Innovation Day in Cupertino Cypress Hotel, California on April 5th attended by over 200 investors and experts in wireless and mobile communications. One of the case studies is on Sprint WiMax project. Sprint has been pushing broadband wireless mobility for over a decade, but all failed. Now, Sprint is working on final bet and also final stake, and we hope Sprint will be successful this time. Join 4G Summit'08 for detailed technology debates on US 4G Movement.

  • WWC'08 & 4G Summit'08 will be hosted in The Fairmont Hotel of San Jose, San Francisco Bay Area which is the best hotel in the Silicon Valley. For more information, please click on the Hotel website.

  • WWC'08 Diamond Sponsor - Intel's latest processor, codename Silverthorne, is designed for ultramobile PCs and mobile Internet devices. Click for more information.

  • WWC'08 Diamond Sponsor - Sieneon Technologies released the world's first OWA Smartphone reference board at 2008 World Wireless Congress which can support multiple OSs (Window Mobile, MacOS, Android, PalmOS, Nucleus, Symbian) and RTTs (GSM, EDGE, WCDMA, TD-SCDMA, WiFi, WiMax, BT, GPS) in one handheld device powered by the innovative OWA technology.

  • The WWC steering committee listed the ten main predictions for the year 2008 in the wireless and mobile communication industry at the quarterly committee meeting on Jan. 12, 2008 in Los Alto Hill, California. Click here for the list of the predictions.

  • Invited by IEEE, Prof. Willie Lu, Chairman and Founder of WWC, presented the innovative "Open Baseband Processing Architecture for Future Mobile Terminal Design" at the IEEE Signal Processing Society, Silicon Valley chapter in view of his global technological leadership of the industry. His proposed OWA core platform will be widely utilized in future mobile phone systems including iPhone, Google Phone and leading Smart Phone providers.

  • First International Workshop on Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) Signal Processing for Future Converged Wireless and Mobile Communications (OWA-SP) will be on May 15, 2008 during WWC'2008 to foster the global collaborations of research and development on the future smart phone signal processing platform. Click here for more information on submission and program.

  • Verizon, a traditional mobile service provider, is it willing to open up its networks to the customers? Here's what members of the wireless industry are saying about Verizon Wireless' Nov. 27 announcement that it will give consumers the option to use any application and any wireless device that meets minimal technical requirements on its network. Openness and Simplicity are becoming the key points for future mobile services.

  • From Bill Gates to Steve Jobs, and to Google Guys, what did we learn from them? The answer from the Stanford University's business school becomes clear: Innovation, Collaboration and Partnership! That's exactly the same mission of World Wireless Congress and the 4G Mobile Summit - bringing together the industry innovative solutions and building the business partnerships for the future !

  • The future wireless and mobile communications will be shifted from the traditional transmission-specific technology to the interface-specific technology to be able to converge with the computer system architecture and support complete openness and simplicity for the future mobile phone - the message by Prof. Willie Lu and AT&T CEO and Chairman Randall Stephenson at Churchill Club Annual Assembly on Nov. 28th, 2007.

  • Prof. Willie W. Lu, founder and chairman of WWC mission, is to speak in Dow Jones Tech Summit and Forbes Forum to promote the upcoming ITU IMT-Advanced and 4G mobile technology as well as the global mission of WWC.

  • Most of the WWC founding sponsors join the Google spearheaded Open Handheld Alliance to support the open architecture of the future mobile phone which is the same vision and mission of WWC program.

  • World Wireless Congress co-organized a seminar and training on Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) technology platform.

  • USCWC Offers breakthrough Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) technology for Google's Android Application Platform to deliver the truly service-oriented wireless and mobile convergence infrastructure in supporting basically any wireless radio transmission technologies (RTTs). Click here for more on OWA_Android system architecture.

  • 2008 WWC will bring Fortune 500, Fortune 100 and Forbes 100 leading industries together with The Wall Street Journal and Forbes Magazine to discuss the key challenges of the ITU IMT-Advanced technology offerings including WiMax Xohm, TD-OFDMA and the wireless convergence solution. Stay tuned for the great program and the most influential executive speakers' team of the industry!

  • CTIA joins partnership with 4GMF to kickoff the US 4G movement at CTIA Wireless I.T. 2007 in Moscone Convention Center of San Francisco, California. 4GMF is to become the NO.1 and Flagship event for US 4G technology, business and investment. For more, please visit CTIA Wireless I.T. or 4GMF website.

  • USCWC releases the 2007 Edition of 4G Design Book CD containing over 6500 pages of technical design documents focusing on 4G and B3G development and innovations. To order the 4G CD, please click here.

  • United States is ready for 4G (fourth generation) technology movement in wireless and mobile communications. A strong message from the Churchill Club executive meeting with Kevin Martin, F.C.C. Chairman. (In the photo, the Right is Kevin Martin, FCC Chair, and the left is George Anders, Wall Street Journal).

  • Major 3G industrial leaders are really tired of current 3G activities and eager to leap for 4G new business development, a summary from the recent Dow Jones Wireless Innovation conference in California.

  • World Wireless Congress organized a welcome seminar on China 4G roadmap with delegations from China in Stanford Campus.

  • "The world is at the edge to reshape the mobile communications and liberate the whole wireless industry so that Users can Personalize the future mobile phone as Simple as a mouse", said Prof. Willie W. Lu, Chairman of 2007 4G mobile summit and 2007 World Wireless Congress. Simplicity and Personality has become the very critical issues in designing the future mobile phone. According to Junko Yoshida, news editor of EE Times, ease of use has become a "grave issue" in engineering including mobile phone industry. Designers, she said, must "listen to the SOS from consumers". Doug Engelhart, inventor of the computer mouse, considered many options for navigation on a computer screen but chose the mouse because it tested best with users, and most importantly, for its simplicity! See detailed report by EE Times.

  • In the Churchill Club "Top Ten Trends Event" on March 28th in San Jose, John Doerr of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers said his prediction is that the cell phone will be the next PC. This is the same vision by Prof. Willie W. Lu, chairman of 4GMF, said in Stanford University in 2004 that, "The future radio phone is first, a computer, then an Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) terminal". OWA-based mobile phone gives consumers more choices for things to hang on their belts. Read this article by San Jose Mercury News.

  • WWC'2007 Congress Program is published in this website. WWC'2007 delegates include senior participants from Intel, Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, Bechtel, China Mobile, Alcatel-Lucent, Apple, Google, Nokia, NEC, Sprint, Samsung, Qualcomm, DoCoMo, Motorola, AMD, Siemens, Nortel and HP, etc. as well as invited guests from Kleiner Perkins, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Kauffman Foundation, Accel Partners, Sequoia Capital, Mayfield Fund, BlueRun Ventures and Churchill Club.

  • Over 10 world's leading venture capitals (VCs), with total assets of over $200 billion, will be joining WWC'2007 to witness the newest inventions and innovations in the next generation mobile phone technologies.

  • World's leading wireless architects will be joining forces together at WWC'2007 to define the future mobile phone including iPhone, Zune and M8, etc.

  • WWC Committee and Sponsors select Stanford Park Hotel at Stanford University as the venue for the 2007 annual congress. This is the best place for the worldly leading experts and executives to come together and join forces together in creating the future mobile wireless business and defining the wireless innovations for the next decade. Many global leading investors in Palo Alto and San Francisco, as well as global prominent medias will also be attending this important congress for the future wireless and mobile communication technologies.

  • What's the games behind the Great Wall of China ICT industry? Listen to the interview scripts with Prof. Willie W. Lu on China 3G Issues and WiMax issues by clicking this page.

  • Silicon Valley leading executives and experts will come together at WWC'2007 to define the future in wireless communications and create the business of wireless innovations for next decade. Over 500 major medias will be invited to witness this very important technology movement of the wireless and mobile industry.

  • World Wireless Congress organized an important training on 4G mobile technology by Prof. Willie W. Lu and other professors of the field.

  • IEEE Solid State Circuit Society (SSCS) invited Prof. Willie W. LU to discuss the emerging technology - Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) for the future mobile communications. OWA has recently become one of the hottest technology topics in Silicon Valley for the development of the Service-Oriented mobility convergence platform.

  • WWC'2007 will continue to deliver the newest technologies for the future mobile communications, such as open wireless architecture (OWA) technology, open spectrum management technology, radio health analytical modeling, service-oriented mobility infrastructure and secured wireless interface technology, etc. Stay tuned !

  • Over 20 CEOs of leading wireless industries (incld. Motorola, Nokia, Qualcomm, DoCoMo, Lucent, Ericsson, Alcatel, China Mobile, etc) agreed at the ITU Telecom World 2006 that the future mobile communications will be based on the converged and open architecture platform to deliver the open service-oriented architecture offerings.

  • WWC'2007 will bring together over 30 Fortune 100/Fortune 500 CEO, CTO and Senior VP for the Executive Summit to help create the future of wireless and mobile communications.

  • In Samsung's futureUNLIMITED Executive Summit, San Jose, 15th November 2006, Mr. George M. Scalise, President of U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association and also serving on President George W. Bush's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, totally agreed that the future mobile phone will be based on open wireless architecture as a complete consumer electronic product when answering the question by Prof. Willie W. Lu during the summit.

  • 2007 is a year of global 4G Initialization. WWC'2007 will bring together world's leading 4G vendors, operators, providers and authorities to San Francisco to define the 4G technology and build the 4G business. ITU officials will also be invited to address the upcoming program on 4G standardization activities.

  • Professor Willie W. Lu predicted at the 2006 Innovations Day in Palo Alto, California that the future wireless communications will follow two laws: Open Spectrum and Open Architecture. Any company having such technology will play the key role in the industry.

  • Delson Group is to release the world's first "4G & B3G Design Book CD" (Special Edition) at the ITU Telecom World 2006 in Hong Kong to mark the historic movement of 4G research and development across the global.

  • Invited by International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Prof. Willie Lu will present the Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) Technology for the Fourth Generation mobile communications at the ITU Telecom World 2006 in Hong Kong on December 5th, 2006.

  • Invited by major medias in China, Prof. Lu delivered the very important China 4G media release and interview (in Chinese) at Sina.com in Beijing HQ during the GMC'2006 conference. This media interview has been distributed in over 100 other medias in China as a milestone guideline for China's future mobile communications development. The interview will strongly influence China's position on 3G, TD-SCDMA, WiMax and future 4G technologies.

  • GMC'2006 was very successful. Over 50 Chinese decision-makers have been involved in this important annual B3G/4G technology summit, and over 10 major medias had reported this prestigious technology conference in Beijing.

  • Approved by the Delson Group board and Mission 2020 R&D Funds, Palo Alto, the 2007 8th World Wireless Congress (WWC'2007) will be in San Francisco, May 21 thru 23 of 2007 with theme "Wireless Innovation for Next Decade".

  • WWC'2006 keynote speech slides are available at the WWC'2006 website at: http://delson.org/wwc06/keynote.htm.

  • Fortune 500 leading wireless companies and Silicon Valley leading industries will be joining forces together at the WWC'2006 in San Jose to define the future wireless and mobile communications platform, set the industrial standards and build the business team for the next decade. Join the WWC'2006 and get involved in this historic movement !

  • Delson Group Released the 4G Design Book with over 6000 pages' technical materials specialized in 4G and B3G technologies. It is an authoritative design handbook for the 4G/B3G engineers, designers, developers and researchers, comprising of newest design solutions from global leading industries and research institutions.

  • World Wireless Congress organized a special seminar on Mobile Marketing and Advertisement in San Jose, California.

  • CTIA Wireless 2006 in Las Vegas delivered an important message to the world: The Wireless World will go Converged and Open platform in next decade. Join WWC'2006 and be prepared for this historic movement !

  • WWC'2006 will announce the world's first GSM/GPRS/UMTS/WiMAX/WLAN 5-in-1 core. Stay tuned !

  • On March 21st in Stanford University, the Silicon Valley's Who's Whos, including founders of Sun, Yahoo, D.E. Shaw, Rambus, Netscape, Silicon Graphics, and over 200 eminent professors and technologists joined forces together in celebrating the 40 years' anniversary of SU's computer science, and defining the future technologies of computer science and communications engineering. One of the important conclusions from this very influential symposium is that the future computer architecture will be integrated into the wireless architecture, and making both architectures open is the only solution for this revolutionary integration ! The meeting was moderated by John Markoff, New York Times.

  • WWC is rooted in a worldly base of talents and knowledge with around 9,000 MIT alums, 6,000 Stanford alums and 8,000 Berkeley alums in this San Francisco bay area. Every single day, over 5,000 patents are filed from SF bay area in the field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). WWC is becoming a well recognized platform of R&D collaboration and business insights in the emerging 4G/B3G industry.

  • It's time to adjust your China business strategy after the 2006 People's Congress of China on March 5th through 18th. To know how it affects the China 3G and WiMax business, join the WWC'2006 for detailed analysis.

  • WWC'2006 released updated marketing ads worldwide. Please download the WWC'06 brochure here.

  • Over 20 Fortune 500 giant companies (including Intel, Qualcomm, TI, Bechtel, Cisco, Microsoft, Alcatel, China Mobile, Samsung, Oracle, IBM, Harris, Philips, etc) join forces together in defining the future technologies for wireless and mobile communications platform at the upcoming WWC'2006 in San Jose, California.  Welcome join this historic movement !

  • 2006 Special Training on 4G-OWA technologies is published in website. Please register ASAP as seats are very limited.

  • Over 100 eminent professors and industrial experts met together in University of California, Berkeley (U.C. Berkeley) on Feb.23rd for the 2006 Berkeley EECS Annual Research Symposium with theme "Looks to the Future - The Future of EECS". Many professors including Prof. Jan Rabaey and Prof. Willie Lu totally agreed that the future of wireless infrastructure will be based on open wireless architecture (OWA) with topics such as cognitive radio, spectrum recycling, background-calibrated ADC and ambient wireless router, etc. Prof. John Canny also stated that the future mobile phone will be a social platform with open system architecture supporting various technologies.

  • WWC'06 is to kickoff the future converged wireless and mobile system platform for the ITU IMT-Advanced mission.

  • U.S. Office of Prof. Willie W. Lu announced the new IEEE Special Issue of "TECHNOLOGIES ON FUTURE CONVERGED WIRELESS AND MOBILITY PLATFORM" in IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine to be published in April 2007. Please click this link for more information on Call-for-Paper of this very important IEEE special issue.

  • All WWC papers (over 1,000 papers since 2000) have been successfully registered in EI Compendex Index to reflect the academic advancement in the field. WWC papers are also registered in the U.S. Copyright Office for global protection.

  • Breaking News from ITU WP8F 18th meeting in Bangkok: a) An unified global standard of mobile communications becomes extremely difficult and almost impossible; b) An open wireless architecture (OWA) based converged wireless platform will become feasible and make sense in both business and technology. ITU IMT-Advanced (the ITU 4G Program) will be targeting this direction in long run.

  • WWC releases the global Call-for-Participation marketing Ads in USA and Europe. Please feel free to distribute it !

  • WWC has been an influential 4G/B3G technology conference since its founding in 2000. Capturing the global mobile 4G wave and delivering the industrial 4G solutions are always the mission-critical tasks for WWC program. WWC is the No.1 4G technology summit in the United States and the Asia-Pacific Region on the mission of ITU IMT.Advanced.

  • With rapid growth of WWC conference and its global influence in the industry, the WWC'2006 will be hosted in the heart of the Silicon Valley - DoubleTree Hotel San Jose, to keep the pace and heartbeat of the newest technology movements of the world's center for innovation and performance. Click for meeting venue and hotel information.

  • WWC formally unveiled a new brand identity that represents a significant milestone in the conference’s history and further signifies the mission and objective of global industrial R&D alliance dedicated to driving the wireless future.

  • WWC'2006 registration information is published on the Registration Page. You are encouraged to register ASAP.

  • Over 30 famous scientists and industrial technologists met together on Dec. 17th in Palo Alto, next to Stanford University, in discussing the Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) platform including baseband, RF and applications, for the next generation wireless and mobile communication systems. The meeting was sponsored by Delson Group and several venture capitals in the Silicon Valley of San Francisco Bay Area.

  • WWC'2006 will release the "San Francisco Declaration" to define the future technology, build the team and set the strategy in the next generation wireless and mobile communications. Join us together for this historic movement !

  • U.S. CWC released special reports on emerging 3G and WiMax markets in China. Visit the reports website for details.

  • DG released the 2006 "Mission 2020" R&D Plan on events to over 10 major medias in US, EU and Asia. Please download the published release of 2006 "Mission 2020" events by clicking this link.

  • WWC joins forces with U.S. Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren to strongly support  The Innovation Agenda to secure America's leadership in business, technology and academics, "We believe that The Innovation Agenda will keep America the world leader in discovery, education, scientific research and economic growth", said Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren in her e-mail to Prof. Willie W. Lu. WWC and its sponsors will strongly support this important mission in the United States.

  • [Breaking News from Palo Alto, California, Nov. 22, 2005] Over 20 global leading wireless industries will announce the historic San Francisco Declaration in WWC'2006 to define the future Fourth Generation Mobile Communications (4G) and set the future standards for the industrial alliances.

  • WWC'2006 will deliver the B3G Technology White Book focusing on system architecture, product definition, emerging research and business strategy of the industry.

  • Delson Group board approved the 2006 4GMF Annual Conference to be in Hong Kong during the ITU Telecom'2006 in Hong Kong on Dec. 4th through 8th. 4GMF'06 will be strongly supported by China government and major industries.

  • GMC'2005 was EXTREMELY successful in Chongqing, China. Over 30 major medias including Xinhua News, CCTV, Chongqing Daily and China Finance have reported this very important mobile congress in China. For more information, please visit the GMC'2005 Snapshots page and GMC'2005 Media Reports page.

  • Under the "MISSION 2020 (R)" R&D Plan, approved by the board of Delson Group, the China GMC'2006 will be held in Beijing, the capital of People's Republic of China, to help build the region's future in next generation wireless and mobile communications focusing on long-term R&D strategy as well as emerging technical issues in the field. Delson Group is the legal owner and primary investor of the WWC, GMC and WMC missions in North America, East Asia and West Europe.

  • Strongly supported by Chinese central government, the 2005 Global Mobile Congress (GMC'05) is to help define China's future mobile communication technologies with over 40 key decision-makers of China authorities and administrations, as well as over 500 senior experts and executives to join this historic mobile summit. Click the "GMC'05 official website" for more information on GMC'05 in Chongqing - the center of West China.

  • Major Fortune 500 wireless companies will be involved in WWC'2006. WWC'2006 will release the official "Mission 2020 San Francisco Declaration".

  • WWC'2006 is to kickoff the "Mission 2020 (R)" R&D Plan in Wireless and Mobile Communications to define the future technologies of year 2020 and beyond. Stay tuned for this important global mission !

  • Delson Group releases government strategic report on "WiMax in China: Unclear Future" after near 20 months' in-depth research with many authority officials and experts in the field. Report consultation available for primary sponsors only.

  • United States and China support Open Wireless Architecture (OWA) as a long-term wireless industrial strategy, with short-term development focus on converged broadband wireless systems.

  • United States Copyright Office approved the copyright protection of all WWC proceedings (WWC2000 - WWC2005) to secure Delson Group's worldwide technical leadership in the emerging R&D of B3G and 4G mobile technologies.

  • Breaking News /Shanghai, July 18th: China set long-term strategy of wireless communication industry on open wireless architecture (OWA) platform and service-oriented application platform for its next generation wireless and mobile communication technologies.

  • GMC'05 becomes the extremely important technical and R&D summit of China's emerging mobile communications focusing on China 3G (C3G) Rollout strategy and Network Optimization; "Mission 2020" R&D Plan of future Mobile Technologies, and Secured Networks and Systems for Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. For more details, please visit the GMC'05 webpage.

  • U.S. CWC started initial testing of 4G-OWA (Open Wireless Architecture) technology in USA and China to meet the rapidly increasing demand of the converged broadband wireless platform in the region. Many countries, including China and USA, will go OWA as a long-term strategy, and therefore the OWA business will be huge in the coming decade.

  • The Delson Group board and WWC chairman have approved the WWC'2006 project in San Francisco of United States to continue its important mission in promoting the R&D, education and business of next generation wireless and mobile communications. Please stay tuned for this great event again in San Francisco / Silicon Valley.

  • Since 2004, World Wireless Congress (WWC) spun-off its World Mobile Congress (WMC) or called Mobile World Congress (MWC) to be more focused on 4G mobile communications. The WMC program will be independently operated or co-organized by 3rd-party vendors.

  • WWC'2005 was very successful in Palo Alto, San Francisco Bay Area. Click WWC'2005 Webpage for details on important Keynote speeches and Technical sessions.

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