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Best of CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment '06

CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment 2006, the latest and first of its kind of conference that brings both Enterprise and Entertainment from the Mobile world together was held between 12th and 14th September 2006 right in Hollywood, Los Angeles CA.

The show boasts of around 15000 attendees and 300 exhibitors from Wireless IT, Enterprise and Entertainment sectors. Have a look at the power line of Key note speakers here. It got all Key operators who are leading the Wireless Data markets, Verizon, Sprint Nextel, Virgin Mobile and also includes the latest  MVNO Helio, Sony in full attendence with two key notes one  each from Sony Pictures and Sony BMG Music, analysts from Accenture, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, News Corporations .... and whole bunch of presentations that can take the a whirl wind tour of the Mobile world and expose to new dimensions of the wireless content business.

If you have missed the conference or want to have peek of what happened at the Conference, have a look at the Highlights of the Conference, podcasts, videos and photographs at CTIA web site here.

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