Summary:

Some say after rising eightfold through the next several years, the growth rate of mobile data is set to slow by 2015. Do you agree? Get the whole story at Mobilize 2012, Sept. 20 & 21, in San Francisco.

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At Mobilize 2012 GigaOM’s own Kevin Tofel pokes a few holes in the theory that mobile-data growth will decrease by 2015, and he paints a different picture of what he thinks will happen.

Register now and get the whole story at Mobilize 2012.

We will welcome Kevin to the stage, along with many esteemed colleagues in the mobile space:

  • Robert Acker, VP and GM, Aha by Harman
  • Stephen Bye, CTO, Sprint
  • Scott Kveton, CEO, Urban Airship
  • Christian Lindholm, Chief Innovation Officer, Fjord
  • Rick McConnell, EVP, Products and Development, Akamai
  • Neville Ray, CTO, T-Mobile
  • Michelle Munson, President, CEO and Co-Founder, Aspera
  • Stephen Rayment, CTO, Ericsson Wi-Fi Products, Ericsson
  • Vlad Sejnoha, CTO, Nuance
  • Halle Tecco, Founder and CEO, Rock Health

Just a few featured sessions include:

  • Ilja Laurs, the founder and CEO of GetJar, will join Tomer Kagan, the co-founder and CEO of Quixey, to discuss disrupting the app-distribution model.
  • Marc Parrish, the VP of Retention and Loyalty Marketing for Barnes & Noble.com, and Gibu Thomas, the SVP of Mobile and Digital for Wal-Mart, examine the state of SoLoMo and the in-store experience.
  • Raj Aggarwal, the CEO and co-founder of Localytics; Jeff Haynie, the CEO of Appcelerator; and Josh Williams, the president and Chief Science Officer of Kontagent, dissect “Apponomics — what makes apps a hit.”
  • Nick Earl, the SVP of Global Mobile and Social Studios for Electronic Arts, takes on “Mobile gaming: apps vs. Facebook vs. the web.”

Take a few minutes to check out our complete schedule, and register before Aug. 18 to save $200.

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