2011 MWC Connected Home: from tracking devices in dog collars, to wirelessly connected prescription pill bottles, AT&T's impacting the way we live through embedded mobility.

Mobile World Congress

Barcelona, Spain, February 14-17, 2011

Ralph de  la VegaGSMA's Mobile World Congress, a premier global wireless trade show, kicks off in Barcelona on Monday, Feb. 14 and runs for four days. The conference features industry seminars highlighting the most innovative mobile solutions and initiatives from around the world.

On Tuesday, Feb. 15. AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson will deliver a keynote address entitled, "View from the Top." He will share insights on the current state of the mobile industry and discuss the trends and issues that will shape the next decade.

At the show, AT&T's Emerging Device Organization and AT&T Business Solutions teams have joined efforts to sponsor a Connected House. Inside the house we will showcase the latest and greatest connected products, like eReaders, tablets, tracking devices and healthcare solutions.

AT&T Business Solutions team will be exhibiting new products and services in Convention Hall 8, Booth #8A77. Demos include: Machine-to-Machine (M2M); Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC); Global Mobile Management; Wholesale; Global Smart Messaging Suite (mHealth) and 2D Barcode.

Several AT&T executives are participating in panels and mini keynotes at Mobile World Congress, including: John Donovan, CTO, AT&T; Glenn Lurie, President, Emerging Devices Organization, AT&T; Kris Rinne, Senior Vice President Architecture & Planning, AT&T; Jon Summers, Senior Vice President, Applications and Services Infrastructure, AT&T; and Jeff Weber, Vice President, Marketing, AT&T.

GSMA's Global Mobile Awards Ceremony takes place on Tuesday, Feb. 15, and AT&T is a finalist in the following categories:

  • Best Mobile Innovation for Utilities: U-verse Mobile
  • Best Embedded Mobile Device (Non-handsets): AT&T for Vitality GlowCaps