Portable Power 2005

August 04, 2005 08:19 ET

Portable Power 2005 to Explore Challenges and Opportunities of Powering Portable Devices

SAN FRANCISCO--(CCNMatthews - Aug 4, 2005) -

Annual Event Will Convene Industry Experts to Discuss Battery and Fuel Cell Technology, the Evolution of the Global Supply Chain, and the Future of VoIP

WHAT: Portable Power 2005 is the premier industry event for designers,
developers and manufacturers of power supply systems, batteries,
software, and microelectronics.

The event, chaired by Dr. Brian Barnett of TIAX LLC, will
investigate the unique power issues of handheld business and
consumer devices, as well as battery and power technologies that
make these small devices possible. The 2005 program will feature a
combination of compelling keynote speeches, feature presentations,
educational sessions, and technical workshops on topics including:

-- Countermeasures to battery counterfeiting
-- Novel power management technologies
-- Next generation battery technology
-- Portable fuel cell technology
-- Emerging applications for non-cell/non-computer VoIP
-- Global supply chain
-- Wide area data services/WiMAX
-- New semiconductor structures

WHO: Experts presenting at this year's conference include:
-- Nicholas Brathwaite, CTO, Flextronics Corporation
-- Edward H. Frank, Ph.D., VP Research & Development,
Broadcom Corporation
-- William Wong, SVP Sales & Marketing, Cellon Inc.
-- Hal Stratton, Chairman, United States Consumer
Product Safety Commission
-- Hideo Takeshita, VP, Institute of Information Technology,
-- Kenji Ogisu, Senior General Manager, R&D Division,
Energy Company, Sony

WHEN: Sunday, September 18 - Wednesday, September 21, 2005

WHERE:The Palace Hotel
2 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA

For information on topics for Portable Power 2005 or to register to attend, visit the conference website at www.portablepower2005.com.

Sponsors of Portable Power 2005 include SANYO, Texas Instruments, Call2Recycle, HYB Battery Co., Ltd., Nexergy, Portable Design, Portable Design China, Advanced Battery Technology, Advanced Fuel Cell Technology, analogZONE, Appliance Design, Batteries & Energy Storage Technology, Battery Power Products & Technology, Bityard Magazine, Electronic Design, e-Power Magazine, Fuel Cell Magazine, Power Management DesignLine, Technology Review, Wireless Design & Development, and Wireless Watch Japan.

Contact Information

  • For Portable Power 2005:
    Travis Small, 617-443-9933 x356
    email: tsmall@rasky.com