|October 25-30, 1998||Dallas, Texas|
|MobiCom'98 and it's tutorials and workshops will be conducted at the conference hotel, The Omni Dallas Hotel Park West, 1590 LBJ Freeway, Dallas, Texas 75234. Tel: +1 (972) 869-4300 or +1 (800) THE-OMNI (U.S. and Canada) or +1 (402) 334-6664 (Other Countries). All scheduled events will take place in the conference facilities of the hotel. Individuals should book with the hotel directly. On-site covered parking is free of charge.|
|The Mobicom'98 Conference offers a unique publicity
opportunity for Mobile Communication product or service providers. The
conference is targeted at an international audience of senior mobile
computing and communication researchers and technical officers.
Mobicom'98, the fourth of an annual set of conferences hosted by ACM and SIGMobile, focuses on the applications and use of mobile computing. This year's conference specifically addresses the future of the mobile communication revolution. As tutorials and workshops draw a more specialized interest in Mobicom'98, the opportunities broaden. The newest feature of the Mobicom Conference is the addition of an Exhibit Hall. This event allows companies the opportunity to showcase their latest product, concepts, or research.
With the potential audience of more than 350 people daily, Mobicom'98 offers a variety of opportunities for companies seeking to broaden not only their name recognition, but those interested in maintaining the standards of Mobile Communication.
As a sponsoring company we will include your company logo in our conference website with links to your website, and your company name will be listed in the title page of all programs and proceedings. Please make your check payable to "ACM/Mobicom'98" and ACM will send you a receipt for your tax-deductible contribution. The opportunity to be a sponsor of Mobicom'98 is still available. For more information please contact: Elizabeth Davis at 972-883-2974; email@example.com; or via fax 972-883-2813.
|For further information about the conference contact Dr. Gerald Burnham, Local Chair, Dean's Office of Engineering and Computer Science , University of Texas at Dallas at firstname.lastname@example.org.|