Microsoft’s May Valley Speaker Series Looks at Future of Mobile Devices

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. May 15, 2002 On Wednesday, May 22, Microsoft Corp.s Silicon Valley Speaker Series will feature Juha Christensen, corporate vice president of Mobility at Microsoft, talking about the wireless data revolution. Christensen will address the emergence of smart wireless devices, the importance of software in this emerging space, and Microsofts vision for empowering a new economy around the development, distribution and consumption of wireless data software and services. He also will demonstrate the latest Microsoft® Windows® Powered wireless mobile devices.

The Silicon Valley Speaker Series, held monthly at the Microsoft Silicon Valley campus, is part lecture, part interactive forum in which company executives and industry observers address a variety of technologies, trends and topics relevant to the fast-moving high-technology world.

Who: Juha Christensen, corporate vice president of Mobility at Microsoft

What: May Valley Speaker Series:
“The Future of Mobile Devices The Wireless Data Revolution”

When: Wednesday, May 22
6:30 p.m.
(Complimentary hors doeuvres will be provided from 66:30 p.m.; please note the special evening time.)

Where: Microsofts Mountain View campus
Bldg. 1, Conference Center
1065 LaAvenida
Mountain View, Calif.

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