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Opera talks future of the Web

October 14, 2010

Opera hosts global press day focused on the Web's future; pre-announces several products

Oslo, Norway - October 14, 2010

Opera Software today hosted its first ever global press day for 60 journalists from 18 countries in its hometown of Oslo, Norway. The press day titled "Up North Web" was themed around the future of the Web with speakers from Opera including Lars Boilesen, CEO, Jon von Tetzchner, Co-founder, Christen Krogh, Chief Development Officer and Hakon Wium Lie, Chief Technology Officer.

Opera's leaders gave the journalists their vision of products and technologies that will shape the Web today and in the future. "Opera has always believed that the Web will advance through open standards and that it should be available everywhere, irrespective of platform, device and geography," said Lars Boilesen, CEO, Opera.

As part of the event, Opera pre-announced and showcased the following products to the group of journalists:

A recording of the event with more information on the above products will be available at the following address: www.opera.com/unw/

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Since its founding in 1996, Opera has been a pioneer in shaping the future of the internet. Providing faster and more innovative web browsers, Opera is the everyday browser of choice for more than 350 million people.

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