Call for Papers for nanoPower Forum
Corona, California, January 13, 2010 – An Announcement and Call for Papers has been issued for the fourth-annual international nanoPower Forum (nPF ’10) to be held May 17-19 at the Doubletree Hotel, Santa Ana/Orange County Airport, California. This focused three-day international conference will serve an audience of decision makers who are interested in learning about and contributing to the latest practical advancements related to the emerging area of “ultra-low power” (ULP) systems.
"Darnell Group has been following the energy harvesting market for more years than other analyst firms. In 2006, we recognized the potential of this technology to both capitalize on, and transform, the small but growing wireless sensor market and organized the first nanoPower Forum in 2007. Our fourth-annual nanoPower Forum will provide an international forum for discussing the latest developments and future trends in this dynamic area,” stated Linnea Brush, Senior Analyst with Darnell Group. “This detailed commercial analysis clearly identifies the emergence of third-generation products and the significant value propositions and cost savings enabled by these new devices. Those factors are transforming the market and driving it rapidly into the Growth phase of its development. This transition will provide companies with significant sales and ‘branding’ opportunities,” Brush concluded.
The fourth-annual nanoPower Forum will be the premiere event for the wireless networking and portable electronics industry in 2010.
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