The annual CTIA conference is one of the most important events in the mobile and wireless industry, gathering large companies and emerging startups and consumers to learn about the latest achievements in this industry, demonstrate the most innovative products, and exchange ideas.
Given Auriga’s interest in cutting-edge mobile technologies and the number of mobile projects our company has delivered over the last 25 years, CTIA Super Mobility 2015 was of special interest for us, and the event did not disappoint. With over 30,000 industry professionals, a dozen partner events, new product launches, and inspiring keynotes and discussions, CTIA Super Mobility 2015 once again proved that it is the premier event in the wireless industry.
The event covered a number of exciting topics this year—from the Internet of Things, wearables, and drones to cyber security and the future of connectivity.
One of the main talking points of CTIA Super Mobility this year was 5G. Panel discussions and keynotes focused on the best strategies to leverage LTE-based 4G networks and the emerging 5G networks and ways to support the increased network demand keeping in mind the development of the Internet of Things and the growing number of network-connected devices.
Marc Schlackman, Auriga’s Sales Director, shared his views on the event:
CTIA Super Mobility Conference in Las Vegas was everything we expected it to be. The show floor was buzzing with over 1,000 exhibitors demonstrating their latest wireless offerings. New technology was abundant, including a few companies flying their drones above the exhibit floor. The CTIA Super Mobility Conference enabled Auriga to meet current customers, introduce ourselves to potential new customers, as well as learn and witness cutting-edge technology demonstrations.
Auriga: Experience in Mobile Applications Development
In the mobile/wireless area, Auriga creates applications, builds engineering teams, and performs software projects for enterprises and technology product vendors (conceptualization, porting, maintenance, automated testing, etc.) for various platforms (iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Symbian, Bada, Tizen, all flavors of Linux, various RTOSs).
Auriga works with a great number of clients, from startups to market majors, and focuses on the following:
- Native apps & clients for web services
- Cross-platform support: porting, maintenance, sustaining engineering
- Adding rich media streaming and transcoding functionality
- Mobile system-level development
- Connectivity: supporting new protocols/communication channels
- Location-based services, geopositioning, POI
- Internet of Things, wearables
You can find additional information on Auriga’s experience in mobile development by following the link and visiting our website.