Visionary M2M Experts to Take Center Stage at Telit DevCon 2011 in San Diego

Sep 19, 2011

SAN DIEGO, Sep 14, 2011  -- Telit Wireless Solutions, Inc., an internationally leading specialist in machine-to-machine (M2M) technology, today announced the agenda and speakers for its inaugural M2M developers conference, Telit DevCon 2011, set to take place on Oct. 10 at the Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego.

Preceding CTIA Enterprise & Applications, Telit DevCon 2011 is a one-day forum that aims to connect M2M application engineers with industry experts, offering insight and direction to companies entering the booming market of embedded cellular devices.

Stakeholders from up and down the M2M value chain, representing carriers, developers, platform providers and component vendors, among others, will provide attendees with key insights on product strategy, marketing and the engineering of successful connected device deployments. These visionary leaders will offer a comprehensive view of the M2M landscape and the vast market opportunity as well as technical guidance for cellular application developers. Expert speakers will include:

-- Mark Cratsenburg, vice president of sales and marketing, Aeris Communications
-- Bruce Thompson, senior product manager for M2M Solutions, AT&T
-- Dan Murphy, director of product marketing, Axeda Corporation
-- Charles Gropper, senior vice president, Research and Development, CardioNet
-- Dean Fledderjohn, chief executive officer and managing director, Connected Machine Communications
-- Dennis Kelly, vice president of sales, Direct Communication Solutions
-- Alex Schwarz, chief technical officer, IPS Group
-- Chuck Horne, vice president of product and service management, KORE Telematics
-- Sergio Ramos, chief technical officer, Quake Global
-- John Horn, president, RACO Wireless
-- Mike Finegan, Emerging Solutions group manager, M2M Solutions Engineering, Sprint Nextel
-- Ross Caplan, manager, M2M Strategy, Modules and Solutions, Verizon Wireless
-- Dan McDuffie, vice president of business development, Wyless Group
Experienced Telit engineers will join representatives from leading companies such as Cetecom, Taoglas and Connected Development to guide application engineers through the technical development and certification processes, educating attendees on best practices to bring their devices to market quickly and painlessly.
"We have assembled a roster of speakers that represents the M2M ecosystem and offers unmatched expertise to take advantage of the extraordinary market potential," said Mike Ueland, vice president and general manager of Telit Wireless Solutions North America.


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