Aalborg hosts the first International Wireless Summit  

2005.09.22
Aalborg in northern Jutland is currently hosting the first International Wireless Summit (IWS 2005), which is being attended by senior executives from some of the world's largest technology companies and key university researchers

Aalborg in northern Jutland is this week hosting the first International Wireless Summit (IWS 2005), which is being attended by senior executives from some of the world's largest technology companies such as Nokia, Samsung, Siemens and Intel together with key university researchers to discuss a number of areas including 4G telephony. IWS 2005 is being held at Aalborg Congress & Culture Centre.

More than 600 business executives, researchers and developers are participating in the conference which was opened by the Danish Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, Helge Sander. The Minister said at the opening ceremony that wireless technology can bring tremendous opportunities, and that "it is with good reasons that the first conference is held in Aalborg, which is playing an important role in wireless technology."

Professor Ramjee Prasad, head of the Center for Tele Infrastructure (CTIF) at Aalborg University, and chairman of the conference emphasises Denmark's role in international wireless research: "CTIF is one of the leading centres worldwide in the development of wireless communication methods and solutions. Personal communication is a key concept in developing the future wireless systems." The news is reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.

IWS 2005 is organised by Aalborg University, the Technical University of Denmark and NOVI Science Park in collaboration with a number of companies and organisations in the telecom industry.

Link > IWS 2005 

Link > Aalborg Congress & Culture Centre 

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