I've got another couple of important mobile industry events coming up over the next couple of weeks.
In particular, the second Open Mobile Summit is taking place in London on 10th & 11th June. The first one, at the end of 2008 in San Francisco, was a pretty good read across the whole of the industry, covering most of the various types of "openness" from net neutrality to smartphone OS's to open spectrum and white space.
I've doing a "fireside chat" with Truphone's CEO Geraldine Wilson, and will also sitting in the audience asking nasty questions to most of the other speakers as well.
The other parts of the agenda looks good this time as well, and I'm especially looking forward to seeing friend & fellow cynic James Enck chairing the first day.
If you're interested in going - tell 'em I sent you.
Also upcoming next week is the WiMAX Forum summit in Amsterdam. I'll be talking about the potential for new business models emerging around the technology. Should be interesting to compare with LTE last week.