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Alan Amrod

Wi-Fi as a Utility

Jim Baker
Managing Partner

Industry Perspective - The Wall Street investors “take” on the carriers 4G deployments

Jim Baker is a technology entrepreneur and seasoned C-level veteran of the wireless broadband industry as both a service provider and hardware vendor, having founded and served as CEO at Telabria (a UK-based wireless ISP) and Moovera Networks (a manufacturer of cellular gateways for vehicular connectivity). Most recently he was Chief Marketing Officer at Icomera following its acquisition of Moovera in 2008, where he developed the product and marketing strategy for connecting trains, buses and ferries to the Internet for passenger Wi-Fi, CCTV and onboard systems control. He is currently a partner at Xenventure, a market strategy and private equity company based in London and San Francisco, and a non-executive director of several technology companies. Jim is an active member of the Joint Council on Transit Wireless Communications (www.transitwireless.org), a US non-profit that is developing a strategic plan for implementation of wireless broadband technologies in public transportation.

Andy Huckridge
VSS Monitoring
Director of Marketing

4G Operator experiences: Methods to maintain a good reputation

Andy Huckridge is Director of Marketing at VSS Monitoring, a manufacturer of traffic capture systems and network taps providing network access for monitoring and security tools. Formerly Director of NGN Solutions for Spirent Communications, Huckridge has an M.Sc. in Advanced Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Surrey, UK, and a B. Eng (Hons) EE & Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK.

Anton Wahlman

Industry Perspective - Megatrend 2011: Unified communications on 4G tablets

Anton Wahlman was a sell-side equity research analyst covering the communications technology industries from 1996 to 2008: UBS 1996-2002, Needham & Company 2002-2006, and ThinkEquity 2006-2008.

Alan Duric
Co Founder & CTO

It's the Internet, not Mobile that Matters

Doug Green (Moderator)
Telecom Reseller

Supporting the Enterprise with 4G Wireless Broadband

Martin Guilfoyle
VP Research & Development

LTE Voice and Data Roaming

Todd Rowley
VP of 4G


Todd Rowley, vice president of 4G, has responsibilities for leading Sprint’s strategic relationships and partnering efforts with 4G. He has helped lead the 4G business unit - developing, implementing and driving execution of Sprint’s go-to-market plans with 4G, in conjunction with the Sprint/Clearwire venture.

Todd has 20+ years in the wireless and cable industries and has been with Sprint for the past ten years. He was recently vice president of corporate development, but has held various positions at Sprint, including responsibility for Corporate Development, Strategy, Roaming, Spectrum Management and Fixed Wireless Broadband operations. Todd played an instrumental role in developing Sprint’s 4G business plan and, most recently, in the Sprint/Clearwire transaction. Prior to Sprint, Todd worked in various positions for wireless start-ups and cable companies, including senior vice president of development for People’s Choice TV (prior to Sprint’s acquisition of the company in 1999).

In addition, he has served on several industry boards, including the Wireless Communications Association and the National ITFS Association, the WCA’s executive committee and chairman of the WCA’s government relations committee. Rowley received his Bachelor’s in Business Administration in finance and marketing from the University of Iowa.

Anatoli Levine
Spirent Communications
Director, Product Management – DTBU

Mobile Video and the Enterprise

Anatoli Levine is Director of Product Management for Developer Tools Business Unit (DTBU) at Spirent Communications, responsible for developing strategy and product roadmap for the new M2M and IoT segment for enabling products for developers. Anatoli is also responsible for the portfolio of enabling technology products (WebRTC, VoLTE/RCS, SIP, IMS and many others) for developers of Unified Communications solutions. Since 2006, Anatoli is a President of International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (IMTC) – an organization facilitating interoperable implementations of multimedia communication technologies based on the open standards. Anatoli is a frequent speaker at various IoT and IP communication industry events and conferences, covering subjects of M2M, IoT, WebRTC, VoLTE, RCS, standards and interoperability. He contributes to the Spirent and IMTC blogs.Prior to Spirent Communications, Anatoli was Director of Product Management for Radvision, an Avaya company and prior to that, he lead the technical team providing engineering services and support for Radvision Technology products.

Todd Daubert
SNR Denton

It's the Internet, not Mobile that Matters

Mr. Daubert is a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. He focuses his practice on telecommunications matters. Leveraging his dual backgrounds in engineering and the law, Mr. Daubert helps domestic and international companies, particularly in Latin America and Europe, to overcome complicated challenges by implementing creative solutions. Focusing on representing companies in regulatory, appellate, litigation, and transactional matters, Mr. Dauberts practice involves a broad range of technology and communications law issues.

Craig Miller
Sequans Communications
Vice President of Worldwide Marketing

Is 4G the most important trend in Device Development

Craig Miller is responsible for driving Sequans’ global product and corporate marketing strategies. He is a technology industry veteran with an excellent track record in product management, marketing, strategic planning and business development over the course of his twenty-plus year career. He has successfully championed numerous silicon, system and software products targeting the wireless, computing, consumer electronics, and networking market segments. Prior to joining Sequans, Craig was vice president of product management and marketing at NextWave Wireless, where he was responsible for strategic marketing, product planning, product management, applications engineering and marketing communications for a portfolio of WiMAX and LTE chipsets. Prior to NextWave, he held numerous positions in product marketing, strategy, business development and product engineering at Intel Corporation and was director of marketing for the Wireless Networking Group, where he championed the first of several generations of wireless LAN silicon and modules at the core of Intel’s Centrino mobile technology platform.

Hanna Tong
Samsung Telecommunications America
Director of Business Development Convergence Solutions

Is 4G the most important trend in Device Development

Hanna Tong currently holds the position of Director of Business Development, Convergence solutions at Samsung Telecommunication America. Prior to that, Tong held various positions and functions for Nortel Networks Wireless Business Division from 1997 to 2009. Her last role was to drive LTE ecosystem development with chipset and device manufacturers. Other functions held at Nortel Networks Wireless Business division spans from Core Network and Application Product Management, End to End Wireless Internet Solution Marketing and R&D Management. Prior to wireless, Tong has over 10 years of R&D development and management experience from government and enterprise business products at Bell Northern Research. Tong has an MBA from The University of Ottawa, Canada and a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from McMaster University, Canada.

Mazen Letayf

Wireless impact on Cable networks

Chris Ebert
Nokia Siemens Networks
Head of 4G Strategic Marketing

Evolving the Evolved Packet Core

Chris Ebert is responsible for strategic product marketing for LTE, WiMAX and 4G for Nokia Siemens Networks in North America. With more than 20 years of international experience in product marketing, product development and sales in the wireless industry, he has a proven track record in defining, marketing and bringing new technologies to market. Additionally, he brings a broad based perspective from experience working at a Tier 1 networking vendor, notable industry start-ups and wireless carriers.

Prior to joining Nokia Siemens Networks, he held senior positions at Tatara Systems, Tahoe Networks, Openwave (originally joining pre-launch as part of Unwired Planet/Phone.com, the birthplace of the Mobile Internet), Southern Company and Ameritech Cellular.

Brough Turner

Why Over the Top is the Future of Communication

Brough Turner is a communications industry engineer and entrepreneur. He is currently founder of netBlazr.com, a startup working to change the landscape for broadband Internet access in the US urban areas. Previously Brough was co-founder and CTO of Natural MicroSystems and NMS Communications. While his leading interests are technology and innovation, his career has included roles in engineering, operations, finance, marketing and customer support. He writes and is quoted widely on telecommunications topics in trade and general business publications and he is a frequent speaker at telecom industry events around the world. Since 2001, Brough has focused on the wireless infrastructure and mobile applications. His 3G and 4G tutorials are widely popular (Google 3G Tutorial for more info). Brough blogs at http://blogs.broughturner.com on the technology, economic and social issues of communications at the intersection of telecom, mobility and the Internet.

Scott Snyder
President, Chief Strategy Officer

Industry Perspective - Wireless as the 5th Wave of the Technology Revolution for Enterprises

Scott A. Snyder, Ph.D. - Dr. Snyder is the President of Breakthru Advisors, focused on accelerating technology ventures, and a Senior Partner at Decision Strategies International, a leading strategy firm focused on scenario planning. He has over 23 years of experience in business leadership, strategic planning, and technology management for both Fortune 500 companies and start-up ventures. Dr. Snyder has held executive positions with several Fortune 500 companies including GE, Martin Marietta, and Lockheed Martin and has also started business ventures in software including OmniChoice, a CRM/Analytics applications provider and Strategic Radar, which provides software-based solutions for monitoring changes in the strategic environment.

Dr. Snyder has recently written a book, The New World of Wireless: How to Compete in the 4G Revolution, released on Wharton Publishing in July 2009. He is a chapter author in the books The Network Challenge: Strategy, Profit, and Risk in the Interlinked World (Wharton Publishing, 2009) and Inside the Minds: Small Business Growth Strategies: Goals for Successful CEOs (Apatore Books, December 2007) and contributed as a co-author to several future scenario studies including The Future of BioSciences 2020 and The Future of the US Energy Grid 2025 from DSI.

Dr. Snyder is a Senior Fellow in the Management Department at the Wharton School, an Adjunct Faculty Member in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Pennsylvania, and has lectured at MIT and RIT on Decision-making, Business and IT Strategy, Telecommunications, Product Design and Development, and Business Intelligence. He leads The Conference Board’s Research Working Group on Wireless Innovation. He also sits on the Advisory Boards of Safeguard Scientific and several emerging growth companies. He holds two patents for on-line decision aids and has been quoted as a thought leader in numerous publications including the LA Times, Wall Street Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Philadelphia Business Journal. Dr. Snyder earned his BS, MS, and Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from University of Pennsylvania and has an executive degree from USC in Telecommunications Management.

Jim Johnston
Mindspeed Technologies Inc.

Evolving the Evolved Packet Core

Jim Johnston is the chief technical officer (CTO) of the communications convergence processing (CCP) business unit at Mindspeed Technologies, Inc. where he oversees Mindspeeds media (VoIP) and wireless (4G/LTE) technology initiatives.

Mr. Johnston has been in the semiconductor and systems sector for over 25 years and has held a number of technical and executive level positions including vice president of engineering in the multiservice access business at Mindspeed and executive director of the Media Signal Processing Center of Excellence in the personal computing division at Conexant Systems. He previously served as a Rockwell Engineering Fellow in the digital communications division of Rockwell International.

Mr. Johnston received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of California, Irvine and a master’s degree in international business administration from California State University, Fullerton.

Dr. Mohamed Madkour
Huawei North America
Senior Director of Wireless Marketing

Wireless impact on Cable networks

Mohamed Madkour is the Wireless Marketing team lead at Huawei Technologies Wireless Marketing and Product Management Organization. His team responsibility is architecting and promoting wireless product solutions for current and future technologies focusing on 4G and mobile broadband applications. Madkour is a thought leader in the wireless communications space with more than 15 years of experience. Prior to joining Huawei, Madkour has held a number of positions in telecommunications industry as well as academia including Ericsson; Artel; SMU; and Alexandria University. Madkour earned his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas in 2001. He holds two patents in spread spectrum technology. He is the author or co-author of several papers in IEEE journals and international conferences.

Berge Ayvazian (Moderator)
Heavy Reading
Senior Consultant

Evolving the Evolved Packet Core

Mark Palmer
Granite Telecommunications
Director Strategic Development

Industry Perspective - The wireless marketplace and winning through diversification of services.

Mark Palmer is Senior Director of Relationship Development at Granite Telecommunications. Mark currently works with the Granite Channels team promoting non-POTS service to partners nationwide. Mark previously worked at Bell Atlantic (now Verizon) in 1995 - 1996 as a service splice technician upgrading phone services at older facilities. In 1999, Mark moved his career to direct sales, working for Network Plus. By 2001, Mark was helped launch a new Network Plus office in Philadelphia, PA. Mark joined the Granite Telecommunications team shortly after its founding in 2002, selling analog phone lines. In 2011, he was asked to help start the data team at Granite to sell non-POTS service to our customer base. In 2015 Mark was named one of the first directors in the Relationship Development team, which was more proactive in understanding customer goals and ensuring that we were helping to meet them. In 2017, Mark hit his 15th year with Granite Telecommunications. Mark currently works with the Granite Channels team continuing to work and develop programs introducing current clients and agents to next generation products Granite delivers today. Mark lives in Rhode Island with his wife and three children. He is currently the Vice President of the non-profit, Burrillville Junior Hockey League and very much enjoys coaching his children’s’ hockey teams.

Alex Vishnev (Moderator)
Global Convergence, LLC.

Mobile Video and the Enterprise

Highly accomplished Senior Technology Manager with over 25 years of experience, Mr. Vishnev demonstrating success in planning, developing and executing technology strategies by utilizing emerging technologies. Mr. Vishnev co-founded Interface Alternative (iFace.com) in 1992 and while acting as Chief Technology Officer developed carrier class applications for distributed softswitch network. While at ACN, as CTO VoIP Services, Mr. Vishnev was responsible for company’s global deployment of VOIP supporting over 200,000 video devices. Working at Thrupoint as solution architect, Mr. Vishnev was responsible for helping customers adopt and implement WebRTC technology within large financial organizations call centers and IT organizations. He is presently working with revolutionary M2M company designing and implementing architecture for cloud based home automation and monitoring. Mr. Vishnev specializes in distributed architecture, OSS/BSS and various technology integrations. For the past 15 years, he has been contributing to industry conferences by presenting strategy and technical views for Mobile Convergence, OTT Services, service mediation, architecture and OSS/BSS.

Akshay Sharma
Research Director - Carrier Network Infrastructure Group

LTE Voice and Data Roaming

Akshay Sharma is a tech analyst, having authored or co-authored over 280 research notes, on emerging technologies like SD-WAN, 5G, mobile video, cloud CDN, etc. in the past decade. A frequent speaker at tech events, he is often quoted in leading institutions like CNN, Wall St. Journal, etc. He is a former CTO of one of the first video/WiFi smartphone firms and an entrepreneur in the tech sector, having worked for firms that are now part of leading firms like Intel, IBM, Ericsson, and Gartner.

Dave Jones
SVP Network Services

Industry Perspective - Ethernet Backhaul for 4G - Successes and Challenges

Dave Jones is SVP of Network Services at FiberTower Corporation, where he is responsible for the design and deployment of high capacity backhaul solutions for the wireless industry.

Dave has 24 years experience in the wireless and broadband industries. His responsibilities have included network design, implementation, operations, technology assessment, and strategy and business development.

Prior to joining FiberTower, Dave was CTO at International Mobile Communications. Dave has also held senior management and technical positions with Formus Communications Europe, Sprint PCS, U S WEST and the U. S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).

Mr. Jones holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Telecommunications, both from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Greg Friesen
VP Product Marketing

The Key to Successful Backhaul

Greg Friesen is the Vice President of Product Management at DragonWave, responsible for global product management responsibilities across DragonWave’s complete portfolio of products. This role includes regular interaction with customers to understand their evolving network requirements. Greg has 13 years experience in senior product management roles, network design, planning, and engineering, at a number of communications firms, including his current role at DragonWave and previous roles at Nortel Networks, Innovance Networks, and Fundy Telecom. As Senior Product Manager at Innovance Networks he was responsible for all product definition, architecture, and network design. He has been involved in the planning and engineering of over 10 nationwide network deployments. His experience ranges from operations and Capex modeling to network architecture design to site and link engineering. Greg holds B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from University of Saskatchewan Greg has authored numerous papers and magazine articles in publications including Microwave Journal, Telecommunications, Xchange, Telephony Online, Last Mile, AGL, Radio World, and has spoken at numerous industry conferences such as WiMax World, CTIA, Telecom Next, ISPCon and UTC. Greg holds 2 granted patents and has 3 pending applications in the networking area.

Joe Mele
Dialogic Corporation
Vice President, Dialogic® Media Labs

Mobile Video and the Enterprise

Joe Mele is the General Manager at Dialogic Media Labs, a division of Dialogic Corporation, that increases revenue for companies in the mobile video space by providing valuable information to validate that the right content is delivered to the right device with the right quality. Joe joined Dialogic with its acquisition of OpenMediaLabs, where he had been Founder and CEO. Previously, Joe was the Co-Founder and CEO of elemedia, a start-up focused on multimedia software for IP networks. The elemedia team pioneered many of the technologies used today in Voice-over-IP and Video-over-IP networks. elemedia was acquired by Lucent Technologies, where Joe held executive positions including leadership roles for Lucent’s Softswitch division and Lucent’s Network Management Software business.

Doug Makishima (Moderator)
D2 Technologies, Inc.

Is 4G the most important trend in Device Development

Doug Makishima has more than 20 years of marketing and engineering experience in the communications and networking industry. Prior to joining D2 Technologies in 2006, he was vice president of marketing at Intoto, a provider of network gateway and security software platforms. Before joining Intoto, Makishima served as vice president of marketing for Hifn, a leading provider of security and network processors. Makishima has held senior management positions with Nortel Networks, Bay Networks, AMD, Auspex and Adaptec, where he managed the marketing and development of advanced networking, wireless communications and storage products. He was also involved in the acquisition of WLAN startup Netwave Technologies by Bay Networks/Nortel, and during his engineering career, developed patented storage IC technology. Makishima has actively contributed to several IEEE and ANSI committees focused on networking, communications and storage standards. He holds a B.S.E.E. from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and an M.B.A. from Santa Clara University.

Ed Naef
CSMG Global
Vice President

Supporting the Enterprise with 4G Wireless Broadband

Carl Ford
Crossfire Media
CEO, Fog Computing Conference Chairman

Wrap Up

Carl has been highlighting the key initiatives around the advances of the Commercial Internet since the inception of the worldwide web. Carl’s diverse experience in technology spans the areas of costing, operations, marketing, regulatory, and product development and management. Carl has become known throughout the Communications community for his ability to connect people and businesses; be it in formal conference settings or through the well-planned serendipitous encounter. Carl’s technology experience along with his expertise in building relationships as well relevant, thought provoking conference content, make him an invaluable asset to IoT Evolution.

Cullen Jennings
Cisco Fellow

It's the Internet, not Mobile that Matters

Dr. Cullen Jennings is a Fellow in the Collaboration Technology Group at Cisco. He is responsible for setting the technical direction for the next generation of Ciscos communication and collaboration products, including VoIP, SIP, security and peer-to-peer technologies. Cullens current focus is on moving voice and video communications into the cloud, so that they become an integrated part of Web applications and can be used in everything from business process software to collaboration applications and games. This involves smoothly integrating a number of technologies ranging from HTML5 to highly scalable cloud services and federated authentication. Previously, Cullen played a key role in developing Ciscos technical strategy in voice/video security, media quality, NAT traversal, and peer-to-peer services. Cullen currently serves as Co-Chair of the IETF RTCWeb working group and is co-editor for the WebRTC specification at W3C. He also chairs the IETF codec working group. Cullen came to Cisco from Vovida Networks, which developed the premier open source toolkit for VoIP. Prior to Vovida, he worked in the design and implementation of air traffic control systems. He holds a PhD from the University of British Columbia in computer vision. A long time sailor and snowboarder, lately he has been learning to kite surf.

Randy Muench
CFN Services

Industry Perspective - Show me the Money - 4G

As President of CFN Services Wireless Division, Randy Muench directs Randy oversees functional responsibilities include product development, marketing, sales, distribution, customer care, and technical support. He most recently served as President of Cleartel Communications, a Florida based telecommunications CLEC, which was sold to Birch Communications. Previous to that Randy spent 8 years at Xspedius Communications (formerly espire Communications) serving as the Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing with responsibility for all sales, revenue, marketing and customer service of the 400+ person revenue team. His experience also includes 8 years serving as a director of Marketing and Finance for the MCI $500 Million State Government segment.

Randy received his MBA in Corporate Finance from DePaul University and his BA in Marketing/Business from University of Illinois.

Amir Makleff
BridgeWave Communications
President & Chief Executive Officer

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION - The role of Picocells in 4G Networks

Amir Makleff co-founded BridgeWave Communications in 1999. Previously Amir served as COO and Senior VP of Engineering at Netro for three years. Prior to Netro, he was General Manager and VP of Engineering at Telco Systems and Nortel.Amirs proven ability to conceive and manage new, interdisciplinary products is complemented by his leadership and market vision.

Ron Del Sesto

It's the Internet, not Mobile that Matters

Ron Del Sesto advises clients on telecommunications, e-commerce, privacy and intellectual property matters, and behavioral advertising.

Ron’s clients include domestic and international telecommunications providers, large end-users of telecommunications services, electronic commerce providers, Internet service providers, trade associations, Internet portals, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, technology companies and providers of Internet-protocol-enabled applications and services, including leading providers of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services. Ron also negotiates purchases of large packages of customized telecommunications services for numerous Fortune 500 companies. Ron advises clients before the Federal Communications Commission, the Federal Trade Commission and state regulatory commissions.

Ron is a frequent speaker at industry events and has authored articles and delivered presentations covering many different facets of the law, including telecommunications policy, privacy, net neutrality, federal and state regulation of emerging services, access to wireline and wireless networks, and other issues relating to the offering of Internet protocol-enabled applications and services.

Prior to attending law school, Ron founded and directed a teen center and also served as a computer consultant for a network of nonprofit agencies operating in Washington, D.C.

Jeff Ford


Jeff is responsible for the strategic and operational management of Apriva’s Information Security Systems (ISS) division. Jeff is a recognized leader in the business communications industry with more than 26 years of experience in voice, video and data communications systems and applications. Prior to joining Apriva, Jeff served as president of Inter-Tel’s global wholesale division where he played a pivotal role in the company’s early entry into VoIP in the late 1990s.He also obtained an early VoIP technology patent. Jeff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Systems Engineering from Arizona State University and a Stanford Executive certificate from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Michael Grossi
Altman Vilandrie

Industry Perspective - How carriers can win the application wars with location based services.

Michael joined AV&Co. in 2008. He has over 17 years of industry and consulting experience in the telecom, technology and media sectors. Most recently, he was a senior executive with Helio, a company he helped form four years ago. While at Helio, Michael oversaw a number of functions including Strategy, Business Development, M&A, Sales & Distribution and the Mobile Data Services team. Michael orchestrated many “industry firsts” while at Helio including the launching of MySpace Mobile, GPS Google Maps and Buddy Beacon and the first full YouTube experience via mobile.

Michael has managed large teams during his time at Helio including the 400 person sales team and 40 product managers and has proven himself to be an effective and well respected leader. Prior to Helio he was Partner with Adventis leading their wireless practice and worked both across the value chain as well as in key areas of strategy formulation, market expansion, consumer segmentation, business case development and planning.

Prior to his consulting career, Michael was also a Captain in the US Air Force stationed at Hanscom AFB fulfilling a ROTC scholarship commitment. Michael received a BSBA from Villanova and and MBA from Bentley College.

Kevin Mitchell
Acme Packet
Director, Solutions Marketing

LTE Voice and Data Roaming

Kevin leads wireless solution marketing at Acme Packet, focusing on wireless access, interconnect and core session routing applications of Acme Packet’s Net-Net product family. In addition to developing marketing and event strategy, Kevin serves as the chief spokesperson for Acme Packets solutions for femtocells, fixed mobile convergence, RCS, 4G voice, VoIP peering and core session routing. Kevin joined Acme Packet in 2005 after 8 years with Infonetics Research where he was most recently a Principal Analyst, serving as an overall company director and product manager and lead analyst responsible for consulting, analysis, product development and overall strategic direction of multiple technology coverage areas. In that role, he authored numerous in-depth reports, articles and presented research and analysis at industry conferences. He obtained his bachelor degree in marketing and philosophy from Boston College.

Phillip Solis
ABI Research
Research Director, Mobile Networks

Industry Perspective - Letting the market define 4G

Adrian Scrase
Head of 3GPP Mobile Competence Centre

Industry Perspective - Advancing the 3GPP Standards for Mobile Broadband & 4G evolution

Adrian Scrase played a central role in creation of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) and is responsible for the operations of the 3GPP Project Co-ordination Group. He also Heads 3GPPs’ Mobile Competence Centre (MCC) which is an International team of 20 experts who provide comprehensive support to the Project.

Adrian has more than 25 years experience in the telecommunications field, which includes 20 years of experience in standardization. He is Vice President within ETSI with responsibility for International Partnership Projects.

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