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Wi-Fi Experts Devicescape and Intel Discuss Consumer Demands Around Next Generation Wi-Fi-Enabled Devices: The Impact on Device Manufacturers

Webinar Discussion Highlights Findings From the Q2 2009 "Devicescape Wi-Fi Report"

SAN BRUNO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 06/23/09 --


WHAT:

Devicescape -- In a new report conducted by Decipher, Inc. on behalf of Devicescape and other Wi-Fi leaders, more than 850 Wi-Fi users shared their opinions about Wi-Fi. The survey queried a cross-section of Devicescape's members, a group that includes a variety of both professionals and students from around the world.

The Webinar will be moderated by eg3.com Senior Editor Jason McDonald and the discussion will highlight consumer expectations around Wi-Fi-enabled devices and the importance of public hotspot access.

Silicon innovator Intel and Easy Wi-Fi leader, Devicescape, will unveil the results of a survey taken by hundreds of Wi-Fi enthusiasts. Come learn what your audience wants in their next generation devices. Questions we'll address include:

--  How do people use Wi-Fi?
--  What makes a good Wi-Fi application?
--  How you can make an existing application 'better?'
--  What are the smartest ways to deliver hotspot (WISPr) connectivity
    within your device?
    

WHO:          Simon Wynn, VP of Products, Devicescape
              John Tenant, Director of Strategic Initiative, Intel
              Jason McDonald, Senior Editor, eg3.com

WHEN:         Tuesday, June 23, 2009
              9:00 a.m. PT/12:00 p.m. ET

To Register:  http://www.eg3.com/webinars/20090623-devicescape.htm

About Devicescape

Devicescape is the leader in Easy Wi-Fi. The company has worked with original equipment manufacturers and service providers since its inception. Its market-specific solutions -- Easy Wi-Fi for Handsets, Easy Wi-Fi for PCs and Easy Wi-Fi for Devices, leverage critical Devicescape technology to meet the specific Wi-Fi needs of manufacturers in their respective markets. Devicescape's Easy Wi-Fi enables anytime, anywhere, any network Wi-Fi access.

Headquartered in San Bruno, California, the company is privately held and backed by leading venture capital companies including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, August Capital, Enterprise Partners, and JAFCO. To learn more, please visit www.devicescape.com.

About Intel

Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Web. http://www.intel.com/

About eg3.com

eg3.com identifies the best of the web for embedded, dsp, board-level (advancedtca, compactpci, pc/104...), fpga, chip design (eda), rtos/realtime, and open source for embedded. we browse, research, and organize the best of the web keyword-by-keyword. we distribute e-clips each week to 43,000 registered subscribers, and we publish a series of insiders' guides on key topics. the result? less noise, and higher quality information for you. best of all it's free!

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