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September 9, 10 & 11, 2014
Sands Expo and Convention Center / Las Vegas

Keynote Sessions

A lineup of leaders supercharging mobility.

Official Broadcast Partner:
CNBC

Super insights from industry visionaries.

Wildly successful. Highly disruptive. Super powerful. These industry titans will address the hottest innovations and toughest challenges in mobile today, and the all-new stadium-style seating will give you a better opportunity to soak up every minute of it—a new environment, new insights, and a new opportunity to get charged up.
 


Keynote Host

SMW Special Correspondent

 
Meredith Attwell Baker
President & CEO
Larry Wilmore
Emmy-Winning Writer, Actor & Producer
 

 

Day 1 Morning — Tuesday, September 9
9:00–11:00AM

Policy

Mobile Video

Hosted by:

With guest panelists ...

Tom Wheeler
Chairman

Dan Mead
President & CEO,
Verizon Wireless
CTIA Chairman

Michel Combes
CEO
Sean Bratches
EVP, Sales and
Marketing
Tim Connolly
Head of Distribution & Strategic Partnerships
Alcatel-Lucent ESPN

 

Special Keynote Coverage Panel —Day 1 Tuesday, September 9
10:20 AM

Live Apple Coverage Panel: Peeling the Apple

Panelist:

Julia Boorstin
Media & Entertainment Reporter
CNBC

Shelly Palmer
Managing Director, Digital Media Group
Landmark Ventures

Chetan Sharma
President
Chetan Sharma Consulting

Glenn Tinley
President & Founder

Mexia Interactive

Day 1 Afternoon — Tuesday, September 9
3:30–4:30PM

Innovation

Keynote speakers:

Dick Costolo
CEO

Jim Dolce
CEO

Stephen Elop
EVP, Devices Group

Twitter Lookout Microsoft

Day 2 — Wednesday, September 10
9:00–11:00AM

Connected Car

Hosted by:  
Come see the #ConnectedCar keynote featuring a panel hosted by Ralph de la Vega, President & CEO, AT&T Mobility at #SuperMobility on September 10, 2014.
Ralph de la Vega
President & CEO
AT&T Mobile and Business Solutions
Glenn Lurie
President & CEO
AT&T Mobility
AT&T AT&T
With guest panelists...
Arun Bhikshesvaran
CMO
Mary Chan
President, Global
Connected Consumer

General Motors
Mike Kennewick
Co-Founder & CEO
Diarmuid O'Connell
VP, Business Development
Ericsson OnStar 4g LTE VoiceBox

Tesla

 

 

Fireside Chat with Qualcomm: Look into the Mobile Future

Steve Mollenkopf
CEO

Ina Fried
Senior Editor, Mobile

 

 

Cloud

Keynote speaker:

Enterprise

Keynote speaker:

Jeff Lawson
CEO & Co-Founder

Bill McDermott
CEO

 

Day 3 — Thursday, September 11
9:30–11:00AM

Entrepreneurship

Keynote speaker:

Come see the keynote by Tony Hsieh, Founder, Downtown Project and CEO, Zappos  at #SuperMobility on September 11, 2014.

Tony Hsieh
CEO

 

Sports Roundtable

Moderator

Andrea Kremer
Chief Correspondent

Correspondent

 

Keynote speakers:

Colin Smith
Managing Director, NASCAR
Digital Media

John Kosner
EVP, Digital & Print Media

Emmitt Smith
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Running Back
Chairman & Founder

Simon Wardle
Chief Strategy Officer

NASCAR ESPN    

Meet the Super Mobility Week House Band...

Featuring Thomas Dolby + ETHEL

Thomas Dolby has spent his career at the intersection of music and technology. Considered a mad scientist of synth pop, he was an early star on MTV, then moved to Silicon Valley. Now he's back on the road and heading to Las Vegas to ring in the new age of wireless. Thomas Dolby joins Super Mobility Week as music director and house band leader. He will be accompanied by string quartet ETHEL as they perform during the keynote sessions on September 9, 10 & 11.

Perhaps best known for blinding us with science, Thomas Dolby has always blurred the lines between composition and invention. Two decades, several film scores, five Grammy nominations and countless live-layered sound loops later, it’s clear Dolby's innovations have changed the sound of popular music. In the 1990s, Dolby recreated himself as a digital musical entrepreneur, founding Beatnik, which developed the polyphonic ringtone software used in more than half a billion cell phones. For more than ten years Dolby served as the Music Director for the TED conferences and was most recently appointed to the Johns Hopkins University faculty as the first Homewood Professor of the Arts.