Dear BayPay Member,
We will have our first event of 2012 at the new offices of Inside Secure in Redwood Shores, California.
For this edition of The BayPay Forum, we are planning a reception with ample networking after an introduction from an analyst specialized in NFC.
Please note that this event will be 2 hours only instead of our regular 3 hours events.
Attendance is also limited for this event so respond quickly or you may be put in the wailing list.
This event is sponsored by :
Introduction from Mark Hung, Research Director, Gartner
Networking & Champagne
Mark Hung, Research Director, Gartner Group
Mark Hung is the wireless research director at Gartner, where he focuses on wireless connectivity technologies in mobile, computing, consumer electronics, and other emerging platforms. Prior to joining Gartner, Mark was the director of strategic marketing for Atheros Communications, where he was responsible for product marketing and diversification strategies for the company. He has also served as a member of the board of directors for the Wi-Fi Alliance. Mark has been a key participant in the development of a number of ground-breaking technologies, including Fast Ethernet, 10G Metro Ethernet and 802.11n. He has more than 20 years of experience in the communications industry, including positions at Atheros Communications, Infineon Technologies, ZettaCom, 3Com and Nortel Networks.
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