Boingo Returns to DEMO a Decade After “Launch”

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In 2002, Boingo “launched” at DEMO, the Silicon Valley launchpad for new cutting-edge technologies and innovative products. At the time, Boingo was the industry’s first Wi-Fi aggregator with 400 hotspots and some big ideas.

Sky Dayton introduces Boingo Wireless at DEMO 2002.

What a difference a decade makes.

In ’02, the laptop was king, the iPhone wasn’t yet on the drawing board at Apple, Friendster was the social network du jour, and “Google” had just been named the most useful word of 2002 by the American Dialect Society. Calling the cultural and technological shift to today’s reality of constant connection via powerful mobile devices seismic is an understatement.

Since its own DEMO launch, Boingo has evolved with the industry and gone from start-up to publicly traded company, offering access to more than 500,000 hotspots worldwide and partnering with the world’s leading airports, quick service restaurants, shopping malls and stadium owners to hook today’s mobile consumers up with the connectivity they crave.

As leader of a successful DEMO alumni company, our CEO Dave Hagan will be sharing his advice on how to navigate the waters from incubator to IPO as a DEMO “Sage” panelist. If you’ll be attending DEMO, you can hear Dave’s advice to up-and-coming media and entertainment start-ups on Tuesday, Oct. 2 from 8:30-10 a.m.

Boingo CEO David Hagan will be a “sage” panelist at DEMO 2012.

Boingo is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its DEMO launch by returning to the show as an alumni company, and will be showcasing our latest innovations on Oct. 2-3. If you’ll be attending, come by booth S35 to meet up with us.

Be sure to follow @DEMO and @Boingo on Twitter for the latest updates and for a chance to win a Boingo evaluation account.

About Melody Demel

Melody is Senior Manager, PR for Boingo Wireless, where she is responsible for media relations, brand building and thought leadership initiatives. Melody is a die-hard Nebraska Cornhuskers fan and retired NCAA DI college field hockey player.
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