IOT Evolution Expo Las Vegas 2015 Keynote Presentation: Cisco
Rodolfo Milito, a senior Technical Leader with the Chief Technology and Architecture Office of Cisco Systems, is currently engaged in IoT, Big Data and Analytics, and working on a distributed compute, storage, and network platform from the edge to the core of the network nicknamed "Fog Computing". Rodolfo graduated as an electrical engineer at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario (UNR), Argentina, got a master in EE at the Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones CientÃficas (IVIC), and a PhD in EE (Control Systems) from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign (UIIC). He joined AT&T Bell Labs in Holmdel in 1985, and AT&T Labs after the 1996 Lucent spin-off. In 1999 he moved to XStream Logic, a startup in the Silicon Valley, California; later co-founded ConSentry Networks, and joined Cisco in 2008. Rodolfo's career has straddled research and development in the areas of network design, processor architectures, performance characterization, and algorithms aimed at improving the performance and security of communication networks (adaptive control, load distribution, routing, resource sharing, overload control, and malware detection). He has published extensively, and holds 11 US patents.
IOT Evolution Expo Las Vegas 2015 Keynote Presentation: On-Ramp
John Horn has more than 20 years of experience in the telecommunications and wireless industries. Mr. Horn is recognized as an M2M/IoT pioneer and leader. Previously serving as President of RacoWireless, a leading provider of M2M connectivity solutions, John led the company to record growth and achievement of multiple awards for accomplishments, including â€˜Most Innovative Company' and â€˜Entrepreneurial Company of the Year'. Prior to that position, John was a leader at T-Mobile for more than nine years. At T-Mobile, John developed and managed indirect distribution for the California Launch â€“ the largest launch in wireless history. During his last six years at T-Mobile, he focused specifically on developing T-Mobile's M2M program and go-to market strategy. He also helped T-Mobile earn recognition as the market leader for M2M services. Mr. Horn holds a B.A. in Political Science from UC-Davis.
IOT Evolution Expo Las Vegas 2015 Keynote Presentation: Oracle
As VP of Architecture of IOT Group at Oracle, Atul is responsible for issues related to architecture, deployments and user experience of deploying end-to-end IOT solutions. Prior to joining Oracle, Atul worked for Cisco as Vice President, Engineering - Internet of Things (IoT) group. He delivered the industry-leading field-area networking solution including end-point reference designs, field area routers and management systems for Smart Grid (AMI/DA) vertical. He was also responsible for the Industrial Automation product line. Previously, he was CTO for Catalyst 3xxx line of Ethernet switches. Atul holds a master's degree from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Chennai India, and has 14 issued patents.
IOT Evolution Expo Las Vegas 2015 Keynote Presentation: Intel
Rob Watts is a software architect in Intels Gateway for the Internet of Things Engineering group. Since joining the IoT Gateway group in March of 2014, he has contributed to gateway ODM qualification and a number of critical demos in Smart Home and Building, Transportation, and Energy verticals, in addition to providing IoT solutions support to Intels industry partners. Before joining IoTG he worked with Intels business client group on IoT-related projects like room occupancy and indoor LBS.His career before Intel involved enterprise and public wireless, IT consulting, application development for web and mobile, semiconductor manufacturing and metrology, and high power microwave research at Los Alamos National Laboratory. RobÂ¹s career as a tech generalist is founded in a Masters of Engineering in Applied Physics from Cornell University.
IoT Time: What Do We Want? Standards! When Do We Want 'Em? Now!
The IoT Evolution Expo at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas might be over, but the impact of all the sessions, strategy discussions and exhibit hall meetings will resound throughout the industry all year. In today’s IoT Time, we talked about the findings of our Security Summit, who won the Battle of the Platforms and the AT&T Fast Pitch competitions, and what the IoT is really all about. In MyIoT, I call for the establishment of a global standards body for the IoT, soon. Because without it, the industry will never grow cohesively, and will never be truly accepted by the mass of consumers.