Vubiq: The ins and outs of Wireless Application

Irvine, CA

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On October 16th Tech in Motion will be hosting the Orange County company, Vubiq on the UCI campus at the CalIT 2 Atrium and Auditorium. Vubiq will have demonstrations of their latest innovations including their NHL goalcam as well as Mike Pettus, their CEO, talking about what's made them successful and how they did that here in Orange County! It’s sure to be a special treat.

 

About VubIQ 
VubIQ™ (‘vyoo-bik', rhymes with 'cubic') was incorporated in 2003, and received its Series A funding in 2006, led by a Fortune 20 company. Corporate offices are located in Irvine, California.

 

VubIQ's vision is to utilize our expertise in millimeter wave wireless 
to create disruptive applications for markets in which enormous 
bandwidths, low power consumption, and low cost are key considerations.

 

VubIQ has developed its intellectual property positions around both the core technology and specific applications thereof. With expertise in communications and radar hardware, integrated circuit product and market definition, millimeter wave package and antenna design, low cost baseband modulation techniques, and software integration, VubIQ has firmly established itself as a leader in the millimeter wave industry.

 

Mike Pettus: President & CTO 
Mike Pettus, President and CTO of Vubiq, has been in the wireless technology sector for over 30 years, including 10 years in 60 GHz millimeter wave product development. Previous to Vubiq, he held VP of Engineering and Director of Engineering positions with Metricom/Ricochet, Convergence Corporation and was a Senior Engineer at Paramount Pictures. He was an active member of the FCC Millimeter Wave Communications Working Group, and was a member of the IEEE 802.11 PHY committee at its inception. Mr. Pettus is a graduate of California State University Fullerton with a degree in Philosophy of Science and Mathematics.