Designing Internet of Things (IoT) devices can present a myriad of new challenges when cellular connectivity enters the picture. Even veteran developers can get snagged late in the game by issues that are unique to cellular environments. In this presentation, Spirent will examine how to deal with areas such as connectivity, security and battery design that are affected when designing 3G, LTE and the upcoming LTE Cat M1 and Cat NB1 technologies into IoT devices.
Vice President, Venture Development at Spirent Communications
Saul Einbinder is vice president of venture development for the wireless business unit at Spirent Communications. His current area of focus is new business opportunities in emerging technologies including the Internet of Things, in addition to heading product marketing for the wireless business unit.
Prior to joining Spirent, Saul held several strategic and operational leadership roles including senior vice president of marketing and business development for uReach Technologies, vice president of operations and product management at Evident Software, and director of emerging technology at Lucent. Earlier in his career, he served as a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at Bell Laboratories.
A native of New York, Saul holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from CUNY and a Master’s degree in computer science from the Stevens Institute of Technology.
Government, Enterprise, OEM
IoT, mobile, cellular, connectivity, security, battery, design, development, testing
CxO, VP / Director, Middle Management, Technical
Advanced, Intermediate, Beginner
Retail, Manufacturing, Telecom, Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Industrials, Healthcare, Consumer, Government / Public Sector, Pharmaceutical / BioTech, Automotive
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