Essential Building Blocks for a Robust M2M Solution
Date: December 6, 2011 | Time: 2 pm ET / 11 am PT | Duration: 1 hour
When designing an M2M solution, it's critical the machine can easily adapt to a growing universe consisting of: billions of connected devices, the Cloud, decision support systems, employee clients, and possibly, cross-company collaboration. That's why selecting proven and widely-used building blocks is essential – to avoid unforeseen interoperability, compatibility and performance issues down the road.
Join us to learn how you can significantly reduce time and effort with an Intel M2M reference design based on four major building blocks: computing architecture, wireless radios, Linux and real-time OSes, and an end-to-end security solution.
Shawn A. Holiday, Marketing Manager, Intel Shawn A. Holiday is a marketing manager for embedded connected devices in the Embedded and Communications Group, Intel Architecture Group at Intel Corporation. In this role, he is responsible for wireless connectivity strategy and service provider alliances in the area of machine-to-machine communications. Prior to this position, he led service provider strategic planning for 3G-enabled mobile PCs. He has more than 15 years of technical, strategy, and leadership experience in the communications industry, in the areas of DSL, optical, and wireless. He joined Intel in 2000. He holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial technology from California State University, Chico, and a Masters of Business.
Brian Vezza, Director of M2M Solutions, Wind River Brian Vezza champions the vertical strategy for M2M markets and solutions, resulting in better M2M market penetration and driving M2M market share. Previously he led an M2M venture project in Nortel's CTO office and has been actively involved in M2M since 2002, when he initiated and led its M2M investigation. He has worked on a wide range of M2M solutions, including health care, energy, defense, vehicular applications, border security, physical security, supply chain, radio-frequency identification (RFID), transportation, environmental and context-aware solutions, and related areas. He has four patents granted and 21 patent applications, including more than 10 directly relating to "intelligent solutions" and M2M. He holds a Bachelor of Science in physics from the University of California, San Diego.
James M. Riley, Business Development Dir, Intel Mobile Communications Jim is responsible for M2M business development in the Americas, as well as Intel Mobile Communications global sales to strategic accounts. In six years with Infineon Technologies (now Intel Mobile Communications), Jim’s business development efforts resulted in capturing all of the business from a new cell phone and tablet manufacturer in the Americas, followed by his pioneering business in the telematics and satellite markets for Infineon. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the University of Redlands.
Tim Fulkerson, Senior Director, Marketing, McAfee Embedded Security Tim Fulkerson is responsible for driving McAfee's strategic marketing initiatives to secure the world's embedded systems and devices. As a Silicon Valley veteran, Tim has more than 16 years of technology and leadership experience working for enterprise organizations, including Veritas Software, Symantec, and HP Software. Tim has successfully led various teams and initiatives to bring new products and programs to market. In his current role, Tim focuses on extending McAfee's portfolio to include embedded systems manufacturers and solution providers - to help design, develop, and create secure products and services.