Judges 2013

Judges 2013


To all of our judges, we owe our gratitude for their time, dedication and patience devoted to the task of voting in the awards.

The full list of 2013 Global Mobile Award judges, as follows:

Aaron Au
3C4U.net

Adam Leach
Ovum

Dr Adesina Ilyuemi
Telefonica

Alan Goode
Goode Intelligence

Alec Barton
Developing Telecoms

Alex Bhak
Bain & Company

Alex Pantelias
International Finance Corp

Andrew Croft
Comms MEA

Ari Banerjee
Heavy Reading

Ari Lopes
Informa T&M

Atifa Hargrave-Silk
Campaign Asia

Ben Wood
CCS Insight

Benedict Evans
Enders Analysis

Bengt Nordstrom
Northstream Consulting

Bill Best
Honorary Chairman of the Judges

Bill Munday
blueAid Ltd

Bradley Shaw
Africa Telecoms

Bryan Tafel
Sensebyte Mobile

Byun Jae-woan
SK Telecom

Camille Mendler
Informa

Carolina Gabriel
Rethink Wireless

Caroline Lewko
Wireless Industry Partnership

Charles Brookson
Independent Consultant, Zeata Security

Chris Barraclough
Mobile Choice

Chris Hazelton
The 451 Group

Chris Jones
Canalys

Chuck Parker
Continua Health Alliance

Colin Miles
MEF Asia

Craig Heath
Franklin Heath

Dan Bieler
Forrester Research

Dan Raywood
SC Magazine

David Gosen
Nielsen

David MacQueen
Strategy Analytics

David Pringle
Consultant

David Rogers
Copper Horse Solutions Limited

Dobek Pater
Africa Analysis

Doug McClure
Center for Connected Health

Dorothy Okello
Wougnet

Dr Adesina Ilyuemi
MoDiSe, Royal Society of Medicine, University of Portsmouth

Dr Ruchi Dass
Government of India

Ed Gubbins
Current Analysis

Emmanuel Okoegwale
Mobile Money Africa

Eric Woods
Pike Research

Frank Rosenberger
Vodafone Group

Frederic Huet
Greenwich Consulting

Gabriel Brown
Heavy Reading

Galen Gruman
InfoWorld

Gang Lu
TechNode

Geoff Blaber
CCS Insight

Gerd Leonhard
Fundacao Dom Cabral,Brazil

Gilles Kuntz
Etisalat

Gloria Jun Zhang
Horizon Research Consultancy Group

Graham Brown-Martin
Learning Without Frontiers

Graham Finnie
Heavy Reading

Helen Karapandžić
Analysys Mason

Hugh Bradlow
Telstra

Imogen Wall
UN OCHA

Jacobo Quintanilla
Internews

Jacques R. Bughin
McKinsey Quarterly

James Brehm
Compass Intelligence

Jane Vincent
University of Surrey

Jim Cook
MobiAD News

Jim Hill
WIRED UK

Joel D. Selanikio
Georgetown University Hospital/DataDyne

John Devlin
ABI Research

John Traxler
University of Wolverhampton

Jonathan Moore
Style Hatch

Judy Brown
Distributed Learning Initiative

Junichi Igarashi
NTT DoCoMo

Karim Taga
Arthur D. Little Austria GmbH

Kate Hamilton
HDM Consultancy

Kathryn Koegel
Primary Impact

Katrin Verclas
NDI, Mobile Active

Ken Rehbehn
Yankee Group

Kevin Millroy
Vodafone

Kevin Tofel
GigaOM

Lucas Ledesma
TeleSemana

Lucio Carlos
Mercado Movistar

Lynnette Luna
Current Analysis

Manoj Menon
Frost & Sullivan

Mariana Rodríguez Zani
Convergencia Latina

Mark H Mortensen
Analysys Mason

Mark Crandon
Mozilla

Mark Koh
Frost & Sullivan

Mark Zawacki
Milestone Group

Marlène Sellebråten
Mobil:Business

Martin Garner
CCS Insight

Matt Berg
Millennium Villages Project

Matt Hatton
Machina Research

Matthew Reed
Informa T&M

Melissa Chau
IDC Asia/Pacific

Michele Mackenzie
Machina Research/ Ovum etc

Michelle Atagana
Memeburn

Mike Tiplady
RWH Consulting

Monica Paolini
Senza Fili Consulting

Nashid Nabian
Harvard

Nick Mann
Nick Mann Associates

Nuno Goncalves Pedro
Kii Capital

Günther Ottendorfer
Kii Capital

Pablo Brito
Huawei

Patrick Meier
Qatar Foundation’s Computing Research Institute

Paulo Pescatore
CCS Insight

Per Dahlberg
Asia Cloud Computing Association

Pete Cunningham
Canalys

Peter Jarich
Current Analysis

Peter Krainik
The CMO Club

Philip Marshall
Tolago Research

Philip Tohme
Vimpelcom

Philip Uys
Charles Stuart University

Priscilla Tate
Technology Managers Forum

Raluca Budiu
Nielsen Norman Group

Rene Millman
Cloud Pro

Richard Windsor
Radio Free Mobile

Rob Bamforth
Quocirca

Ron Weintraub
Consultant

Ruchi Dass
Government of India

Sascha Segan
PCMag Mobile

Scott J. McCormick
Connected Vehicle Trade Association

Sean Krepp
Grameen Foundation

Seizo Onoe
NTT DoCoMo

Shailendra Pandey
Informa T&M

Sheryl Kingstone
Yankee Group

Simon Buckingham
Appitalism

Stéphane Téral
Infonetics Research

Steve Costello
GSMA Mobile Apps Briefing

Steve Pusey
Vodafone

Stuart Carlaw
ABI Research

Sue Rudd
Strategy Analytics

Teresa Cottam
Telesperience

Terry Norman
Wireless Explorers

Thibaut Rouffineau
Wireless Industry Partnership

Thomas Husson
Forrester

Tim Shepherd
Canalys

Tom Allen
Action Aid/Digital Charities

Tom Elliott
Strategy Analytics

Ton Brand
Wireless Broadband Alliance

Tony Chan
Green Telecom Live

Vishal Bali
Nielsen

Vishal Jain
451 Research

Windsor Holden
Juniper Research

Aaron Au

Aaron AuAaron Au, a renowned critic of mobile telephony in Hong Kong, is currently working as senior reporter for the tech section of Three Weekly Magazine from South China Media Group, one of the leading lifestyle and entertainment magazines in Hong Kong. Aaron had a reputation of delivering exclusive sneak previews of unannounced devices, when he was working as a reporter with previous publication. Mr. Au is also a big fan and expert of both Android and Symbian mobile platform, he is the author of the book “Nokia: Symbian S60 Bible”. Mr. Au is a member of the judging panel of GSMA Global Mobile Awards since 2010, and was also a member in the judging panel of the previous GSMA Asia Mobile Awards. In the past 7 years, Mr. Au has been taking different roles in the development of Hong Kong mobile telecommunications industry, which includes working in some of the major network operators, and as a member of the press. Mr. Au has completed his Bachelor degree in Communication Studies from York University in Canada.

Adam Leach

Adam has more than 15 years’ experience in the wireless industry. His work has focused on software platforms for next-generation devices and he has worked with handset manufacturers, platform vendors and operators, advising on software strategy and device software projects. His research at Ovum covers mobile phones, smartphones and adjacent consumer electronics, with a focus on software platforms, applications, developer ecosystems, and web convergence. Prior to joining Ovum, Adam worked for Vodafone defining global technology strategy within Group Terminals. While at Vodafone he was responsible for the establishment and technical leadership of the Linux Mobile (LiMo) Foundation. Adam also drove industry standards on mobile application security within the GSMA and OMTP. Adam previously worked for Symbian, leading the release of versions of Symbian OS and device software projects for Nokia, Sony Ericsson, and Panasonic.

Adrián José Di Meo

Adrián José Di MeoTelefónica UK Ltd July 2011 – present
Chief Technology Officer

Main Responsibilities:
Leading working teams managing the Mobile (GSM and UMTS) and Fixed Networks for O2 UK, aimed at the following objectives: Network strategic definition and implementation, network roll out plan and operation of the network.
Last outstanding delivery: Olympic program for o2 in London, and Beacon project (sharing agreement with Vodafone in UK)

O2 Germany. October 2010 – Jul 2011

VP Network access & transport and acting VP support
Main Responsibilities:
Leading working teams aimed at the following objectives: a.- Planning and optimization of 2G/3G/LTE access, Fix access (ADSL, VDSL, Fttx), and the converge transport network backhaul and backbone, b.- Vendor management, c.- Overall technical strategic in access, d.-Budget planning and monitoring, e.- Quality assurance, f.- Project management support, g.- Process review and implementation of change.

O2 Germany. June 2008 – October 2010

VP Network Coordination and acting VP implementation since September 2009
Main Responsibilities:
Leading working teams aimed at the following objectives: a.- Budget planning and monitoring, b.- Quality assurance, c.- Project management support, d.- Process review and implementation of change, e.- rollout of 2G & 3G network, f.- site adquisition for network elements.

MOVISTAR. March 1998 – June 2008

Quality Assurance Manager
January 2007 to June 2008
Main Responsibilities:
Leading working teams aimed at the following objectives: a.- improvement of processes / services in technology management (mainly Six Sigma techniques), b.- PM of improvement projects, c.- collection and preparation of indicators and metrics reflecting the customer’s experience in the use of different services, d.- solution of technical claims, with COPC (Customer Operation Performance Center) certification, e.- interrelation with Customer Management, Marketing and Sales in order to understand problems and prioritise the solution thereof.

Access Network Chief
Years 2000 to 2006
Main Responsibilities: Leading working teams aimed at the following objectives: a.- planning of GSM, UMTS and TMDA national networks, which includes the management of capacity v. demand, the budgetary management of the network, and the parameterisation of the network in order to comply with the performance standards recommended, b.- start-up and optimisation of access networks, c.-certification of terminals prior to their introduction in the network, d.- formal proceedings before national supervisory bodies aimed at obtaining such technical documentation as may be necessary for the authorisation of the service, e.- managed budget in the order of 50 MM Euros as radio equipment and instruments, f.- PM of special indoor special coverage solutions.

Mobile Planning Professional
1998-2000
Main Responsibilities: being part of a team of professionals engaged in the Planning and Optimisation of the mobile network.

Dr Adesina Iluyemi

Dr Adesina IlyuemiDr Adesina Iluyemi is knowledgeable in mHealth, eHealth and Telemedicine innovation and policy and has published in these domains and he is regularly invited to speak at international conferences and meetings. He is a Fellow and Council member of the Telemedicine & eHealth section at the Royal Society of Medicine. He is a Co-Founder and Vice President at MoDiSe, working to bring low-cost mobile clinical diagnostic devices to African and developing countries. He trained as a Dental Surgeon and has a postgraduate diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and a Masters from the University of London and he is completing a PhD thesis at the University of Portsmouth on eHealth. He is an executive Board member and a co-chair of the Global Health Commission of the NEPAD Council, a non-profit voluntary organization advancing Africa’s socio-economic development globally. His online profile is available at uk.linkedin.com/in/adesina/ . Adesina has made notable contributions to Global mHealth & mHealth. He contributed to the report on mHealth in Developing Countries in 2008 commissioned by the United Nations Foundation and also to the United Nations ESOSOC process on eHealth in Africa in 2009. He recently co-authored a report titled M-health review: joining up healthcare in a wireless world at the University of Portsmouth and a book titled ‘Making national eHealth policies and strategies work’, published by the Commonwealth Secretariat. He is a pioneer member of Continua Alliance Working Group on Emerging Markets. He is an Ambassador to Mobile Healthcare Industry Summit.Dr Adesina Iluyemi is knowledgeable in mHealth, eHealth and Telemedicine innovation and policy and has published in these domains and he is regularly invited to speak at international conferences and meetings. He is a Fellow and Council member of the Telemedicine & eHealth section at the Royal Society of Medicine. He is a Co-Founder and Vice President at MoDiSe, working to bring low-cost mobile clinical diagnostic devices to African and developing countries. He trained as a Dental Surgeon and has a postgraduate diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and a Masters from the University of London and he is completing a PhD thesis at the University of Portsmouth on eHealth.

Alan Goode

Alan GoodeAlan Goode is the founder and managing director of Goode Intelligence – a research, analysis and consultancy company specialising in information security, enterprise mobility and mobile commerce. Goode Intelligence focuses on mobile security. www.goodeintelligence.com

Alec Barton

Alec BartonAlec Barton is the Editor-in-Chief of Developing Telecoms (www.developingtelecoms.com), the digital media channel reporting on communications in developing and emerging markets, which he founded in 2005. A digital and print publishing and marketing expert, he possess an in-depth knowledge of mobile technologies and the mobile industry, with particular reference to the requirements of developing and emerging markets. He has travelled regularly and extensively throughout Asia, the Middle East and Africa for more than 30 years. Alec Barton is a leading expert and writer in telecoms, having been observing and commentating on the development of information and communications technologies for over 20 years. He acts as a consultant and advisor to organisations and companies in this field and also in the healthcare and energy sectors, where he also has a considerable depth of knowledge and experience. He is currently a shareholder and director in a biomass renewable energy supply company. Prior to founding Developing Telecoms, Alec was the CEO of Icom Publications, a British magazine publishing company which he set up in 1986. During this time he launched numerous business-to-business magazines including, for the telecoms sector, the well known titles ‘Asian Communications’ and ‘Middle East Communications’. He has worked closely with organisations including the ITU, the Asia-Pacific Telecommunity and the African Telecommunications Union. In addition to telecommunications, the company developed a successful portfolio of magazines, newsletters, yearbooks and events covering the satellite, broadcasting, healthcare and energy sectors. Alec has a BA (Hons) in Politics from the University of Sheffield and is based in London, England.

Alex Pantelias

Alex PanteliasAlexios Pantelias is a Principal Energy Specialist responsible for the Clean Energy portfolio of International Finance Corporation’s Advisory Services on Sustainability. Mr. Pantelias has worked on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and conventional power generation projects across Europe, Asia, North America, Middle East and Africa. His experience covers renewable energy technologies and financing, energy management, strategy and market development. Mr. Pantelias has an MBA from the University of Notre Dame, a Master degree on Generation and Management of Energy from the National Technical University of Athens, and an Electrical Engineering degree from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Ari Banerjee

Banerjee focuses on service provider IT, including all aspects of telecom software research. Banerjee examines the breadth of software used by communications service providers in customer, business, service, and infrastructure management. His area of focus includes all aspects of BSS, OSS, SDP, digital commerce, M2M, revenue assurance, service assurance, and elements that span both the infrastructure and network software markets, such as data warehousing, analytics, and business intelligence. Prior to joining Heavy Reading, Banerjee was the VP of Next Generation Software Systems at Yankee Group, leading and overseeing all aspects of their telecom software research.

Ari Lopes

Ari LopesAri Lopes Areas of expertise: Pricing strategies, effective convergence , LTE, Latin American market analysis. Arivaldo is a Principal Analyst with Informa Telecoms & Media for Latin America. He leads Informa’s efforts in consultancy projects in Latin America. His research focuses on the particularities of the Latin American market for the following topics: marketing, especially pricing strategies for fixed, TV and mobile services, convergence and challenges for mobile, fixed broadband adoption and OSS/BSS. Ari has 10 years of experience in finance and pricing in leading Brazilian operators and Google. Ari Lopes Areas of expertise: Pricing strategies, effective convergence , LTE, Latin American market analysis. Arivaldo is a Principal Analyst with Informa Telecoms & Media for Latin America. He leads Informa’s efforts in consultancy projects in Latin America. His research focuses on the particularities of the Latin American market for the following topics: marketing, especially pricing strategies for fixed, TV and mobile services, convergence and challenges for mobile and fixed broadband adoption. Ari has 10 years of experience in finance and pricing in leading Brazilian operators and Google. Twitter:@arivaldo email:ari.lopes@informa.com

Atifa Hargrave-Silk

Atifa Silk, editorial director, Campaign Asia-Pacific. Atifa has been covering the region’s marketing communications industry for 11 years, having joined Haymarket in 2000 as assistant editor on Media magazine. She became editor in 2006. In January 2011, she took on the role of editorial director for Haymarket’s Brand Media division, which includes Campaign Asia-Pacific and CEI, the region’s leading MICE magazine. Atifa oversees content for all of Campaign’s print and digital products, as well as face-to-face events in the region.

Ben Wood

Ben WoodBen Wood joined CCS Insight in May 2006 and is a co-owner of the business. In his role as Chief of Research he leads a global team of analysts focused on the mobile market. With more than 15 years’ experience he has emerged to be one of the most influential industry analysts covering the wireless sector. Previous experience includes heading mobile devices research as a Vice President at Gartner and working as a Director of Mobile Streams (a mobile content start-up), which was subsequently floated on AIM; Prior to this he spent three years at Lucent Technologies, with a focus on advanced wireless applications for 2.5G and 3G networks; and spent three years at Vodafone, where he worked as part of the teams that launched SMS and mobile data. Ben is a highly respected industry commentator, quoted regularly in publications such as the The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and Business Week, and has appeared on business programmes for CNBC, CNN and the BBC. He has been recognised as being one of the top three analysts worldwide dedicated to communications and networking by the Institute of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) and most recently was included in the Mobile Power 50 – a list of the 50 most influential people in the mobile industry in 2010. You’ll seldom see him using the same device twice and his encyclopaedic knowledge of mobile phones is echoed in his collection of over 800 devices.

Ben Wood

Ben WoodBen Wood joined CCS Insight in May 2006 and is a co-owner of the business. In his role as Chief of Research he leads a global team of analysts focused on the mobile market. With more than 15 years’ experience he has emerged to be one of the most influential industry analysts covering the wireless sector. Previous experience includes heading mobile devices research as a Vice President at Gartner and working as a Director of Mobile Streams (a mobile content start-up), which was subsequently floated on AIM; Prior to this he spent three years at Lucent Technologies, with a focus on advanced wireless applications for 2.5G and 3G networks; and spent three years at Vodafone, where he worked as part of the teams that launched SMS and mobile data. Ben is a highly respected industry commentator, quoted regularly in publications such as the The Economist, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times and Business Week, and has appeared on business programmes for CNBC, CNN and the BBC. He has been recognised as being one of the top three analysts worldwide dedicated to communications and networking by the Institute of Industry Analyst Relations (IIAR) and most recently was included in the Mobile Power 50 – a list of the 50 most influential people in the mobile industry in 2010. You’ll seldom see him using the same device twice and his encyclopaedic knowledge of mobile phones is echoed in his collection of over 800 devices.

Thibaut Rouffineau

Thibaut RouffineauThibaut Rouffineau is VP of Developer Partnerships at WIP (Wireless Industry Partnership), which for 6 years has supported mobile developers worldwide with information and connections. WIP is the first developer marketing agency and helps some of the world’s largest technology companies understand and build developer communities. Thibaut has been active in the mobile, telecom, software world for the past 10 years from the research labs, to the telecom shelter, from core network to core OS and from product management to community strategy. With WIP, Thibaut has been heavily engaged in the migration of the mobile industry towards a more open and community led approach, supporting operators, OEMs and tech companies devise their developers program. As a member of the MOBICAP consortium, WIP is now looking at solving the funding gap for mobile start-ups in Europe. He is the organizer of Droidcon London (Europe’s largest Android conference), an investor and mentor in Springboard Mobile (the first European mobile start-up accelerator) and always up for a hackathon!

Benedict Evans

Benedict Evans is responsible for mobile platforms, digital media and electronic publishing at Enders Analysis. He has worked in strategy and business development for NBC Universal, Channel 4 and Orange, and previously worked as a sell-side equity analyst covering European telecoms. He has an MA in History from Cambridge University.

Bengt Nordstrom

Bengt NordstromBengt co-founded Northstream in 1998 and is since then the CEO of the company. He has previously held the position as CTO and Executive Director of Smartone in Hong Kong. Other management positions include Ericsson, Comviq and Netcom consultants. Bengt has also held a position in the Executive Committee of the GSM Association as well as chairing the GSM Association Asia PacificInterest Group. Bengt is an acknowledged telecom industry thought leader that is frequently invited as speaker and moderator in conferences and strategy workshops.

Charles Brookson

Charles BrooksonCharles Brookson CEng FIET FRSA M.Inst.ISP Charles worked recently in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills of the United Kingdom Government for 12 years, and is a Professional Electronic Engineer. He previously was Head of Security for one2one (now T-Mobile UK), and worked within British Telecom for twenty years before. He has worked in many security areas over the last 30 years, and mobile radio for over 25 years. He is runs his own Company, Zeata Security Ltd and works with others in Azenby Ltd specialising in mobile securty. He has been Chairman on the GSM Association Security Group for over 20 years. He has been working the GSM and 3GPP security standards, first chairing the Algorithm Expert Group way back in 1986. He is Chairman of the NISSG, a group that was set up to co-ordinate security standards amongst the three European Security Standards Organisations and other bodies outside Europe. He is also Chairman of ETSI OCG Security, which is responsible for security within ETSI He was on the Permanent Stakeholders group of ENISA, The European Network and Information Security Agency.

Bill Best

Bill BestBill Best is a 40 year veteran in the telecom industry with over 27 years specialising in mobile. Bill is a former CTO of One2One (now T-Mobile UK), FirstMark Communications and the GSM Association. Bill has also worked as a Venture Partner with Saturn Ventures, a New York based VC. Earlier in his career Bill worked at Cellnet (now 02) and started his career with BT. Bill also has his own independent consulting and advisory company called Centre Illumination.

Bill Munday

Bill MundayBlueAid is a consultancy company with broad expertise in wireless communications and mobile handset technologies. Over the past 3 years it has expanded into consumer based healthcare data management, looking into technologies for taking data from body sensors and feeding it to mobile devices for use in remote monitoring and healthcare management scenarios. BlueAid offers services around 3 core areas or “pillars” of business: 1) Market Analysis – understanding markets, trends and gaps. This knowledge provides our clients with the ability to explore opportunity spaces for new and future products and services in mobile/wireless healthcare. 2) Strategy – working closely with existing specialist healthcare and technology companies to look at improved business practises and how best to exploit relevant opportunities in mobile/wireless healthcare. 3) Technical Realisation – fast prototyping and management of complete projects for start-up companies as an interim team; outsourcing provision for large corporates with early stage prototyping and innovation efforts. Through intensive consultancy assignments with leading firms including GSK, Qualcomm, CardioNet, MyCa, Continua and others, blueAid has identified a need for a mass market Consumer Electronic Healthcare System. As a direct result, blueAid is now helping both corporates and start-ups to realise the delivery of these systems. Reasearch & Development at blueAid looks at many new concepts and ideas and recently it has launched a new product for allowing people to connect to each other easily. This has resulted a new start-up Blendology and the first product SojoLife will be launching at SXSW.com this March 2012. At Envisional Bill managed the development of artificial intelligence search algorithms for their Internet Banking Fraud application. His success at turning this company around has led to its trade sale. Bill is perhaps best known for his work at Trigenix Limited, where he led the development of the cross-platform TrigPlayer, Scalable Server and PC-based User Interface developer tools. These were all successfully launched at 3GSM World Congress in Cannes in 2004. The successes of that effort lead to Qualcomm’s purchase of Trigenix for $36m. Bill was instrumental, together with the rest of the management team, in managing an intensive due diligence process during the sale of the company. His journey started with Nortel creating distributed large scale, high availability voice over ATM switches – after reaching senior management level he left to join Symbionics (acquired by Cadenece) where he started his vocation into wireless applications by looking after Bluetooth for Ericsson and implementing many concepts during 1999

Bradley Shaw

Bradley ShawBradley Shaw is the hands-on, launching Managing Editor of Africa Telecoms Magazine and the Tech Editor Rolling Stone South Africa, a 3i Publishing prodigy. From its early days to date, Bradley has been intricately involved in shaping the progression of this leading publication and is at the forefront of breaking news and developing stories that affect the vast telecommunications arena on the African Continent.

Shaw is also intimately involved in the continued support in the ongoing growth and development of the 3i Publishing group itself, where his passion for business excellence is reflected in the company’s increasing and rewarding, local and international client relationships.

Recognised as a credible voice in the evolving’ telcos’ industry, particularly in the mobile market, Shaw was recently invited to be a Judge at the 2011 and 2012 Global Mobile Awards held in Barcelona, where he judged the category for ‘Best use of Mobile for Social and Economic Development’ and “Best Infrastructure Technology”, both subjects are very close to his heart.

Prior to joining 3i Publishing, Bradley was involved in the financial accounting, financial investment and recruitment industries as well as Associate Publisher of a large Business to Business publication, which has stood him in great stead for his current role and direction.

Bradley was born on the 20th May 1980 in Cape Town, South Africa and is married with one child. He enjoys playing golf, hiking in the mountains and spending time with his family when he is not at the office.

Chris Barraclough

Chris BarracloughHi, my name’s Chris and I’m Devices Editor for Mobile Choice magazine. I kickstarted my career in tech journalism at Future Publishing, writing for What Laptop, Tablet & Smartphone magazine, as well as contributing to TechRadar, T3 and other Future titles. I’ve also written for Big Picture magazine, a national film mag, plus various gaming websites such as Game-Debate (one of my specialties is horror games, even though I’m a big girl’s blouse in real life). In the wee hours you can find me hunched over a laptop, working on my next book – I’ve currently got three on the Kindle store, plus you can pick up my first book ‘Bat Boy’ in paperback. My other big love is Sunderland FC (although it’s a love-hate relationship…)

Chris Hazelton

Chris HazeltonChris runs the Mobile and Wireless research practice, which covers hardware, software, and services for both enterprise and consumer mobility markets. Chris’ research focuses on mobile device management as well as application development platforms that target smartphones and tablets in the enterprise. He is primarily interested in the shift in enterprise computing from desktop to mobile. Prior to joining 451 Research, Chris covered worldwide smartphone trends for IDC. He focused on the convergence of mobile air interface technologies and advances in device component technologies which impacted the designs and capabilities of smartphones in both consumer and enterprise markets. Chris has been quoted on mobile technology issues by publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, CBS, ComputerWorld, Fox Business, InformationWeek, Investors Business Daily, MacWorld, TheStreet, Reuters and Wired. He sits on the Editorial Advisory Board for Mobile Enterprise Magazine. Chris has presented and moderated panels at numerous events such as CES, CTIA, venture capital tech days, as well as serving as director for 451’s Client Conference. Chris earned his MBA and MS in Information Systems from Boston University. During his graduate course work, Chris conducted market research for Lucent Technologies, leading a team in the development of a demand creation strategy for 3G data services. Chris also received a BS in business from University of Richmond with a concentration in finance.

Camille Mendler

Camille MendlerInforma

Chris Jones

Chris JonesChris Jones Vice President and Principal Analyst Chris Jones was one of the three founders of Canalys in 1999 and is based in the Canalys Americas office in Palo Alto, California. Chris specializes in mobile ecosystems, applications and devices – from mobile phones to notebook computers. Canalys is renowned for its quality, consistency, clear device segmentation, timeliness, and respected team of analysts. In 2000, Chris pioneered market-specific analysis around smart phones and handhelds, helping Canalys to become and remain the leading global provider and standard source of data and analysis for the smart phone industry with its Smart Phone Analysis service. In 2003, Chris initiated Canalys’ research into location-based services (LBS), with the successful Mobile Navigation Analysis service. Canalys produced the industry’s first quarterly shipment tracking and analysis service in this segment, which also became the recognized source of market intelligence in the LBS industry. In early 2010 Canalys was the first industry analyst firm to successfully launch a continuous information service tracking global shipments and trends in the pad market, Chris contributes to this service as well as the unique Application Store Analysis service covering best practices in application store management. Chris has given keynote speeches at many industry conferences and has worked on numerous consultancy projects for Canalys clients over the years. Recent projects have centered on connected notebooks and netbooks, market entry strategies, channel strategies, LBS and vendor due diligence. He is regularly quoted in the influential business and trade press on mobility issues. Prior to joining Canalys, Chris spent five years with Gartner, mainly within Dataquest’s European PC group. His principal activities were to manage Dataquest’s quarterly PC market program in Europe, to lead its research into handheld computing.

Chuck Parker

Chuck ParkerContinua Health Alliance

Colin Miles

Colin J G Miles – Chairman, MEF Asia & VP, InternetQ PLC. www.internetq.com Colin has been Chair of industry association MEF Asia since June 2011 and as such, serves on the Board of MEF; the global community for mobile content and commerce – which is headquartered in London. His role is to advance the cause of the industry on many levels and at various events around the region. He has been a member of MEF since 2007. Colin is a well-known figure in the mobile media industry in Asia – having started a pioneering mobile service provider called i-POP in 2001. Following a successful M&A, he is a senior executive for leading mobile marketing company, InternetQ [AIM:INTQ] helping develop its business and promote its fast-growing Social Entertainment products like Akazoo.com. He was also a judge for the GSMA Global Mobile Awards 2012.

Craig Heath

Craig HeathCraig has been working in Information Systems Security since 1988; initially on UNIX systems, then on Enterprise Java and, since 2002, focusing on mobile device platforms including a spell as Chief Security Technologist at the Symbian Foundation. He has worked at all levels of product creation, from strategy through requirements management, architecture and design, down to low-level implementation. He is now providing independent consultancy on mobile security matters. Craig is lead author of “Symbian OS Platform Security” published by Wiley, co-author of The Open Group “Technical Guide to Security Design Patterns” and lead author of The Open Group “Guide to Digital Rights Management”.

Dan Bieler

Dan BielerDan Bieler PRINCIPAL ANALYST Dan is a member of Forrester’s Business Technology Futures team, which serves CIOs and their business partners by predicting the long-term business impact of information technology. His research focus is on as-a-service business models and tech-driven business transformation, analyzing the changing market environment for communication service providers and their equipment suppliers. Dan analyzes the potential for cloud computing and the emerging business models for communications service providers, as well as the role of network outsourcing. He regularly speaks at industry conferences and Forrester events and is widely quoted in the business and IT industry press. Previous Work Experience Dan has been in the ICT sector for more than a decade and a half. During this period, he held positions in investment banking, industry research, and vendor strategy and operations. Prior to joining Forrester, Dan worked at Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise division, T-Systems, as a strategic marketing consultant. The role involved strategy planning and communication initiatives. Before Deutsche Telekom, Dan worked as an EMEA consulting director for telecommunications and networking at the research firm IDC and as a research director at Ovum. Dan also worked for more than half a decade in the investment banking industry as an equity analyst for Nomura International in London and for Credit Lyonnais Securities in Paris. His focus was on Pan-European telecoms, both integrated and pure mobile operators. During that period, Dan participated in several equity capital markets and private equity deals. Education Dan holds an M.Sc. in economics and B.Sc. in economics from the London School of Economics and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), both of which are part of the University of London.

Dan Raywood

Dan RaywoodDan Raywood is online news editor for SC Magazine, joining the team in summer 2008. He is responsible for the news that appears every day on the website and most of the other content including opinion articles and blogs. He has also appeared on SC’s webcasts and online videos and keeps himself busy meeting researchers, analysts, vendors and security managers. With twelve years experience in professional journalism, Dan was previously editor of Printwear & Promotion, a monthly magazine to the garment decoration and promotional goods industry; a reporter on Mortgage Introducer and deputy editor of Payroll World. He was part of the team responsible for launching the minicab B2B publication Echo99 and has appeared on BBC News, Al Jazeera and global broadcast networks.

Dan Raywood

Dan RaywoodDan Raywood is online news editor for SC Magazine, joining the team in summer 2008. He is responsible for the news that appears every day on the website and most of the other content including opinion articles and blogs. He has also appeared on SC’s webcasts and online videos and keeps himself busy meeting researchers, analysts, vendors and security managers. With twelve years experience in professional journalism, Dan was previously editor of Printwear & Promotion, a monthly magazine to the garment decoration and promotional goods industry; a reporter on Mortgage Introducer and deputy editor of Payroll World. He was part of the team responsible for launching the minicab B2B publication Echo99 and has appeared on BBC News, Al Jazeera and global broadcast networks.

Daryl Schoolar

Daryl SchoolarDaryl covers the wireless infrastructure space at Ovum, with a primary focus on market activities as they apply to the Radio Access Network (RAN). RAN coverage includes macro, micro, and pico cell solutions for CDMA EVDO, HSPA/HSPA+, LTE (TDD and FDD), and LTE-Advanced. Daryl’s research includes not only what infrastructure vendors are developing in those areas, but how mobile operators are deploying and using those wireless networking solutions. During his career as an industry analyst Daryl has been involved in such projects as helping technology vendors develop use cases for new products and services, identifying new technology trends, and providing market sizing and market share support. He regularly speaks at industry and vendor events, where he is called upon to provide his insights on various trends impacting the wireless infrastructure market. He is also often asked for his comments by trade publications on such issues as merger and acquisitions, new product announcements, and market developments as it relates to his coverage area. Daryl brings over 11 years of industry analyst experience to Ovum. Prior to Ovum he held similar positions with Current Analysis and In-Stat. Before becoming an industry analyst, Daryl worked at telecommunications service provider Cable & Wireless USA, where he worked on that operator’s market and competitive intelligence team.

David Gosen

David GosenDavid Gosen is European Managing Director for Digital, Online and Mobile at Nielsen, leading a regional team working with media companies, advertisers, agencies, mobile operators, device manufacturers and entertainment companies to understand how the rapidly changing digital landscape is impacting consumers and how best to build solutions to drive effectiveness and ROI. He has a 20 year background in consumer facing mobile, gaming and entertainment businesses and has held senior management positions in the 80′s and 90′s at British Sky Broadcasting, Mercury One-to-One, Pepsico, and Coca-Cola & Schweppes Beverages. In 1999 David entered the games industry as the Managing Director of Nintendo Europe where he was responsible for pan-European hardware and software product launches across the region including Gameboy Advance, Nintendo Gamecube and the global phenomenom Pokemon. He pursued his career as CEO & President at venture capital backed I-play Mobile Entertainment – a mobile entertainment company that he led to become one of the top 5 global mobile publishers, pioneering casual gaming on mobile. Before joining Nielsen, David was a Vice President at Microsoft responsible for the Xbox and Xbox Live business in Europe.

Dorothy Okello

Dr. Dorothy Okello is a Lecturer with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering – Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. She has over 15 years experience in teaching, researching, and in conducting projects and contributing to policies in the ICT sector at national and international levels. Within the Department, Dr. Okello is Director for the Community Wireless Resource Centre (CWRC) that was established in June 2006 with support from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and technical input from Swedish-based IT+46.

Dr. Okello also served as the founding Coordinator of Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET), established in 2000, with a mission to promote and support the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) by women and women organizations in Uganda. For over 11 years, Dr. Okello has been active in the area of getting more women, small-scale enterprises and rural communities engaged in the information society for development via gender & ICT policy advocacy and via program implementation and monitoring & evaluation. In addition, Dr. Okello has also served as a Commissioner with Uganda Communications Commission (UCC), where she also served as Chairperson for the Rural Communications Development Fund (RCDF) that is administered by UCC.

Dr. Okello holds a B.Sc. in Engineering (Electrical – First Class Hons.) from Makerere University, Uganda, an M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Kansas, United States (Fulbright Scholar), and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from McGill University, Montreal, Canada (Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship Recipient). In 2010, Dr. Okello was recognized as ‘Top ICT Woman – Uganda ICT Excellence Awards 2009’. Organised by the Uganda ICT Forum, the Awards recognize selected organizations, institutions and individuals whose use of ICT exhibits exceptional achievement in Uganda. She was also recognised among the Top 10 Personalities that have shaped Uganda’s ICT in 2011 by Uganda’s PC Tech Magazine.

David Rogers

David RogersDavid Rogers ( @drogersuk ) is Director of Copper Horse Solutions Limited , a software development and security consultancy based in Windsor. He also teaches the Mobile Systems Security course at Oxford University. His mobile security blog can be found at: http://blog.mobilephonesecurity.org Formerly he helped to establish the Wholesale Applications Community (WAC) which aims to give developers a one-stop shop to many manufacturers and app stores through HTML5 and widget technology. He served as Chairman of the Security Group and Head of Security until February 2011. He has worked in the mobile and semiconductor industries for over 16 years in software engineering and security. David has advised the UK Home Office and international law enforcement agencies on a number of mobile phone theft, security and forensic issues. He continues to champion the pioneering work in the mobile phone industry on embedded security within handsets. This work has led to widespread adoption of hardware security to protect security-sensitive applications such as m-payments. David holds an MSc in Software Engineering from the University of Oxford and a HND in Mechatronics from the University of Teesside.

Dr Ruchi Dass

Dr Ruchi DassDr Ruchi Dass is an award winning Physician from India with a Post Graduate in Preventive and Promotional Healthcare and with medical technology applied expertise. Dr. Dass has been involved in Healthcare IT, e-learning and ICT projects for the public/private sector in India. During this period, she has managed several projects that seek to use mobile phones and wireless technologies to accelerate the achievement of the United Nation’s health related Millennium Development Goals across the world.

Prior to becoming a “Thought leader” for m-Health, Dr Dass led the Business development and Operations of Lifetime Wellness Rx (An Apollo Group Initiative). Apollo Group is the largest private Healthcare chain in Asia and third largest in the world. Lifetime Wellness Rx deals with Wellness, Prevention and Disease management and thereby serving consumers, business and social causes in India. Dr Dass is a part of the ICT4D team India and recently judged the most coveted “GSMA’s Best mHealth Innovation Awards 2011” in Barcelona, Spain identifying the excellence and innovation in mobile communications that can be of significance to Healthcare.

She is on the International Editorial Review board of International Journal of User-Driven Healthcare, IGI Global, Pennsylvania, USA and is also a Council Member with the renowned Gerson Lehrman Group. Dr Dass has represented India’s efforts towards bridging the economic and digital divide in Healthcare internationally to help adopt low cost healthcare solutions and systems across 53 Commonwealth countries. Today, Dr Dass serves on selected Advisory Boards of leading mHealth companies and takes care of the consortium called “Healthcursor” — an organization oriented towards facilitating innovation around technology driven healthcare for the underprivileged across the World.

Dr Dorothy Rachovides

Dr Dorothy RachovidesDorothy’s research interests are within the area of Human Computer interaction and usability and evaluation. Her PhD work is in Multimodal interaction, using gaze and two handed gestures. Since 1992 she has worked as a freelance Interaction Designer and developer for interactive promotional activities, e-learning Author, and Usability Consultant and held Research Fellow positions at Brunel and Surrey Universities. She has taught computing and HCI courses at both Undergraduate and MSc level (Lancaster University). After completing her work o n the StoryBank project as Interaction Designer where she has co-designed the interface of the camera phone application, She moved to Greece where s he is currently working as a freelance User Experience Consultant.

Ed Gubbins

Ed GubbinsEd Gubbins is Senior Analyst for Mobile Access Infrastructure in the Service Provider Infrastructure Group at Current Analysis. He focuses on tracking, analyzing and reporting on developments impacting mobile infrastructure and mobile networking: 2G and 3G RAN and packet core along with, LTE, small cells, metro-scale Wi-Fi and WiMAX. Prior to joining Current Analysis, Ed was a Senior Analyst with New Paradigm Resources Group (NPRG), where he conducted research on a wide range of telecommunications markets, trends and opportunities. Ed has spent more than a decade chronicling various aspects of the telecom and technology industries for Telephony magazine and GigaOM Pro, the paid research arm of the technology blog GigaOM. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Ohio University.

Eden Zoller

Eden is Principal Analyst with Ovum Telecom’s Consumer Practice, covering communications, content, applications and social media. Her focus is on strategy, marketing, monetisation and competitor analysis including the impact of Google, Apple, Facebook and others on the established telecoms value chain. Ongoing research and analysis driven by Eden include projects on social networking, digital advertising, the application store ecosystem, business model optimization plus wider convergence issues such as cross platform services. Eden has particular expertise in mobile services, including mobile commerce and advertising. Eden is the author of a large number of Ovum reports and recent ones include an analysis of mobile TV and video, an assessment of the smart enabler concept, an examination of the application store ecosystem, a study on the potential for mobile money in emerging markets plus papers on new dynamics in digital advertising and the future content services on the road to 2020. In addition, Eden has managed workshops and consultancy projects in the above areas, providing tailored advice and market intelligence. Her expertise means she is a frequent media commentator and speaker at industry events and conferences, which have included Mobile World Congress, Miptv, TM Forum, CTIA, MEF and the MMA.

Emeka Obiodu

Emeka Obiodu is a Senior Analyst in Ovum’s Telco Strategy practice where he focuses on the operational strategies of telecoms operators and vendors. Emeka also leads Ovum’s research & analysis on innovation in the telecoms industry.

In his work, Emeka has consulted for many multinational giants (including 8 of the ten largest global telecoms players), leading financial institutions and governmental bodies. He presents regularly at events, and has featured extensively in the media such as the BBC, Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN, Reuters, Dow Jones, AP, and Forbes.

Prior to Ovum, Emeka worked as a telecoms analyst at Global Insight and Pyramid Research, focusing mainly on the telecoms market in the EMEA region. He has also worked for oil giant Shell, an engineering start-up setting up VSAT links in emerging markets, and a dot.com start-up. Emeka holds a BEng in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from FUTO Nigeria and an MSc in Telecommunications from Queen Mary University of London.

Emmanuel Okoegwale

Emmanuel Okoegwale, Principal Assciate at MobileMoneyAfrica.com, Africa’s leading resource for mobile financial inclusion.He is a leading voice in the emerging mobile financial ecosystem in Africa and actively building a shared agent network in Nigeria. Emmanuel is active in workshop circuits across Africa.

Eric Woods

Eric WoodsEric Woods is a research director leading Pike Research’s Smart Industry practice including coverage of smart cities and green IT trends, as well as a focus on smart grids in Europe. He has over 18 years of experience as an analyst and consultant on new technology trends including in-depth research in the areas of IT infrastructure, information management and knowledge management, and public sector IT. Woods is regularly quoted in major publications including The Financial Times , The New York Times , and The Guardian , in addition to being a frequent speaker at industry conferences. He has worked on consultancy assignments to a wide range of clients, including public and private sector technology users and global IT players, as well as many small and growing technology companies. Before joining Pike Research, Woods was government practice director at Ovum. Prior to joining Ovum, Woods worked as an analyst, developer, and project manager in public sector IT. Woods holds an MSc in information systems from the University of Brighton and a Ph.D. in English literature, an MA in critical theory, and a BA in English from the University of Sussex.

Francisco Jeronimo

Francisco JeronimoFrancisco Jeronimo joined IDC in June 2008 as research manager for European Mobile Devices. Based in London, he is primarily responsible for research that covers mobile handset trends across Europe. He is also responsible for the European Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker service. Jeronimo has been working in the telecoms industry for 13 years in countries such as Japan, Finland, and Portugal. Before joining IDC, Jeronimo was responsible for the mobile devices business of LG in Portugal, in particular developing the open market channel and business with Vodafone. In Portugal, he worked with all the mobile operators and managed the distribution channel of the biggest mobile phone wholesaler. He launched a mobile software development company and did project management and consultancy in mobility for several companies in different industries. Before that, in 1998, he started working for the Nokia R&D Center in Japan and then in Finland. Jeronimo is a regular commentator on trends in mobile telecommunications in leading industry and business publications, including the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Reuters, The Independent, The Telegraph, The Guardian, BBC, CNET, along with European press. He has a master’s in management from Oporto University in Portugal and is a postgraduate in sales management from Lisbon University with a major in telecoms. He is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

Frederic Huet

Frederic HuetFrederic Huet is the founder & managing partner of the Greenwich Consulting office in London. He is an experienced management consultant with over 15 years of experience in the telecoms and IT industry, having worked at Nokia and American Management Systems before starting with Greenwich Consulting. Frederic has led multiple project engagements across Europe and Asia for major communication industry players, specialising in strategy, marketing, acquisition strategy, investments and mobile financial services. His expertise in the areas of mobile, digital money and advances in mobile payments means that Frederic often speaks at key industry events and is regularly quoted in press articles. He holds an MBA from INSEAD and an engineering degree from ENSEM in France. He is a regular contributor to print and TV media such as Reuters, FT, NYT, BBC, The Guardian etc. He was also a speaker at the MWC 2012 on the Future of Communications.

Galen Gruman

Galen GrumanGalen Gruman is executive editor at InfoWorld.com, and its mobile technology columnist and consumerization columnist . He is a 30-year veteram in technology journalism, having written and edited for IEEE Software, Macworld, Computerworld, Upside, M-Business, CIO, and InfoWorld.

Gang Lu

Gang LuDr. Gang Lu – Founder & Chief-Editor of bilingual tech blog TechNode.com, one of the most influential tech bloggers in China and worldwide, initiator of the most respectable annual startup-focus ChinaBang Awards in China, co-founder of OpenWeb.Asia Workgroup and co-founder of kuukie.com . TechNode, an independent tech blog written in both English and Chinese, is now the No.1 English tech media and one of the most influential Chinese startup-focus medias, covering the latest news in China/Asia web industry. Gang Lu has been invited to deliver keynote speeches and panel discussion at diverse international events/conference such as TechCrunch Disrupt (Beijing), APEC SME Summit, SXSW Technology Summit etc. He has MSc, PhD in wireless communications from the University of Sheffield, UK.

Geoff Blaber

Geoff Blaber is director of devices, software and platforms at CCS Insight where he leads the research in these areas. Geoff is a well-known member of the analyst community and provides regular commentary to leading organisations such as Reuters, the Financial Times and the BBC.

Gerd Leonhard

Media Futurist, CEO of The Futures Agency

Basel / Switzerland

Keynote Speaker, Think-Tank Leader, Author & Strategist Visiting Professor at the Fundação Dom Cabral (São Paulo, Brazil)

http://www.mediafuturist.com

http://www.thefuturesagency.com

The WSJ calls Gerd ‘one of the leading Media Futurists in the World’. He is the Co- author of the influential book ‘The Future of Music’ (Berklee Press, 2005), as well as the author of ‘The End of Control’ (2007), ‘Music 2.0’ (2008), and ‘Friction is Fiction’ (2009, Lulu Publishing).

Gerd’s background is in the music business; in 1985 he won Berklee College’s ‘Quincy Jones Award’ and subsequently worked 12 years as a professional guitar player, composer and producer. He then spent a decade as digital media entrepreneur and start-up Internet CEO, based in San Francisco. In 2001, Gerd returned to Europe and started his career as a Futurist and Strategic Advisor. He now travels around the globe and speaks at major conferences and business events, company retreats and think- tanks on the Future of Business, Media, Content and Entertainment, Technology, Marketing, Advertising & Branding, Telecommunications, and Culture.

Gerd is considered a leading expert on topics such as online commerce models, the tele-media economy, social media and social commerce, TV & Radio 2.0, mobile content, innovation, leadership and entrepreneurship, consumer trends, UGC and peer production, copyright, licensing and IPR issues, next-generation advertising, marketing and branding, digital content strategies, and the development of next-generation business models for the content, communications & technology industries.

Gerd’s keynotes, speeches, presentations and think-tanks are renowned for his hard- hitting and provocative yet inspiring, personal and motivational style. With over 1’300 engagements in 43 countries since 2003, Gerd has addressed over 150.000 executives and professionals, and is considered a key influencer.

His diverse client list includes Nokia, NSN, Amdocs, The Guardian, Google, Sony-BMG, Telkom Indonesia, Siemens, RTL, ITV, the BBC, France Telecom, Orange, Deutsche Telekom, MTN, The Financial Times, DDB / TribalDDB, Ogilvy, Omnicom, the European Commission and many others. Gerd is a fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts (London), a member of the World Future Society, and a visiting professor at the Fundação Dom Cabral in Brazil. A native German, he now resides in Basel, Switzerland.

Gilles Kuntz

Gilles KuntzGilles Kuntz is the Chief Technical Officer of Etisalat Nigeria. He has 25 years of experience in telecom engineering in France, South Pacific, Kenya, Zambia and Nigeria. Gilles worked for SFR in 1994, during commercial launch of GSM, and then for CEGETEL in 1997 as Operation Manager. He held the position of Operation Director in Celtel Kenya, starting up Kencell in 2000 for Vivendi Telecom International. In 2005, Gilles moved to Zain Zambia as CTO, then joined Etisalat Nigeria in 2009, in largest telecom mobile growth market in Africa, registering 15M subs after 4 years operation.

Graham Brown-Martin

Graham Brown-MartinGraham Brown-Martin is the founder of Learning Without Frontiers (LWF) a global platform where the education sector meets the creative and digital industries in an important dialogue about the future of learning and digital transformation. A pioneering advocate for mobile technology Graham hosted the world’s largest congress on the use of mobile technologies for learning from 2005-2009, The Handheld Learning Conference, before migrating it’s community into the mainstream via the Learning Without Frontiers Summit hosted annually in London. Prior to this Graham has enjoyed a career spanning the education and entertainment software industries, having built a number of creatively and technologically innovative enterprises that were sold to larger corporations including Philips Electronics and Virgin Interactive. Before starting his own companies Graham worked with the Open University and Research Machines. Graham has also worked in several developing nations. Aside from his work and entrepreneurship in technology, Graham has also directed music videos for The Fall, Malcolm McLaren, Salt Tank and Future Sound of London amongst others and with artist, Buggy G Riphead, he designed the ship’s computer for the feature film, “Lost in Space”. Graham has also appeared in a variety of media including The TES, The Assignment, Trace, Transculturalism, the BBC Money Programme, The Guardian, Management Today and The Times. Graham has 4 children and lives in a leafy enclave between Peckham and Deptford in South-East London, UK. Twitter: @GrahamBM LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/grahambrownmartin

Helen Karapandžić

Helen KarapandžićHelen Karapandžić (Senior Analyst) joined Analysys Mason’s Research division in April 2007. A member of the Custom Research team, Helen specialises in market analysis and proposition development. She has worked with major clients across the telecoms industry, including mobile operators, regulators and technology vendors. Throughout her time at Analysys Mason, Helen has worked across a variety of geographies, and has a particular interest in emerging markets. She has authored numerous published reports and papers on a range of mobile payment issues, and has spoken at industry conferences (including chairing the Informa Mobile Financial Services conference) . This is Helen’s fourth year judging the GSMA’s Global Mobile awards. She has also judged the MEF ‘Meffys’ awards for the last two years. Prior to joining Analysys Mason, Helen was Business Development Manager for an international asset management company, where she was responsible for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). She has also held positions with Cambridge Investment Research (an independent, Cambridge-based strategy consultancy) and eBay AG. Helen has an MA in Modern Languages from the University of Cambridge.

Hugh Bradlow

Hugh BradlowHugh S. Bradlow is Chief Technology Officer for Telstra and is responsible for investigating the future technologies that will impact Telstra’s business.

Prior to joining Telstra in September 1995, Professor Bradlow was Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Wollongong in Australia and Professor of Electrical Engineering (Digital Systems) at the University of Cape Town.

Professor Bradlow is a graduate in electrical engineering from the University of Cape Town in 1973 and received the D.Phil. degree for research in experimental nuclear physics from the University of Oxford. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, an Emeritus Professor of the University of Wollongong, a Professorial Fellow of the University of Melbourne, and a recipient of a Centenary Medal from the Commonwealth of Australia. He was elected as the joint 2009 Australian Telecommunications Ambassador of the Year. He was listed in the 2010 Global Telecom Business Power 100 rankings (at number 32) and was named by Smart Company as one of the 12 most influential people in Australian ICT.

Imogen Wall

Imogen WallImogen Wall is currently the Communications with Communities coordinator at the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. For the last eight years she has worked on international humanitarian responses at field level (including Haiti, Sudan, Indonesia (Aceh), Ethiopia and most recently the Philippines), developing and implementing projects that deliver communication and information as a form of humanitarian aid for disaster survivors. She has worked for a range of organisations including UNDP, Thomson Reuters Foundation, BBC Media Action, UNOCHA and the World Bank as well as taking on a number of consultancies for UN agencies and NGOs. In her current post, she works on leading international humanitarian responders in practical strategies for improving the ways in which information is shared with disaster affected communities, and through which aid agencies can listen to and engage in dialogue with survivors. This has involved a particular focus on building partnerships with new actors including volunteer tech communities (both international and local), the private sector (national and international, and particularly telcos) and developing new methodologies for understanding how communities choose to communicate in emergencies, how they engage with new platforms including social media and use of mobiles, and how these are reshaping the overally dynamics of humanitarian response. When not working on humanitarian emergencies, Imogen is a keen diver and blogger, would-be rider, and enjoys hosting dinner parties wherever she happens to be at which she frequently attempts ambitious South East Asian recipes. She is British, a connoisseur of dive bars on several continents and a qualified massage therapist. She is also the author of a number of policy papers on communications, and is a founder member of CDAC, the Communications with Disaster Affected Communities network. She is based in New York and can be found most easily on twitter where her (very imaginative) handle is @imogenwall Key papers published to date. Still Left In The Dark: information and communication in humanitarian response. Policy Briefing Paper for the BBC World Service Trust, co-authored with Lisa Robinson. March 2012 Ann Kite Yo Pale (Let Them Speak): best practice and lessons learned in communications with affected communities, Haiti 2010. Co-authored with Yves-Gerard Chery. Research and policy paper for infoasaid. November 2011 Left In The Dark: The unmet need for information in humanitarian response. Policy Briefing Paper for the BBC World Service Trust, co-authored with Lisa Robinson. October 2008 http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/trust/pdf/humanitarian_response_briefing.pdf The Right To Know: Downwards Accountability and Public Information in Aceh and Sri Lanka. Research and policy paper for the Special Envoy for Tsunami Response (President Clinton). October 2006 http://www.wpro.who.int/NR/rdonlyres/94653175-72B4-4E69-9075-D1921FF119FA/0/the_right_to_know.pdf Media mapping: understanding communications environments in Aceh . Indonesian Social Development Paper no10, World Bank. Co-authored with Joanne Sharpe. September 2006 http://www.crise.ox.ac.uk/copy/Oxford%20Policy%20Conference/Media%20Mapping,%20WB,%20Jo%20sharpe,%20imogen%20wall.pdf Where’s My House? Improving communications with beneficiaries in Aceh . Research and Advocacy paper for UNDP/OCHA. July 2005 http://www.allindiary.org/pool/resources/4-2-wheremyhouse-undp,-2005.pdf

Jacobo Quintanilla

Jacobo QuintanillaJacobo Quintanilla is the Director of Humanitarian Information Projects at Internews, an international non-profit media development organization whose mission is to empower local media worldwide to give people the news and information they need, the ability to connect and the means to make their voices heard. He was 2012 PopTech Social Innovation Fellow (watch his ” Communication is Aid ” talk here), and Board Member of the infoasaid project, a 2010-2012 Internews/BBC Media Action consortium that focused on improving how aid agencies communicate with disaster-affected people. Jacobo has designed and led humanitarian deployments and emergency assessments in more than 10 countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the Caribbean. He was part of the Internews’ emergency team that responded to the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti and also the Coordinator in Haiti of the first deployment of the Communicating with Disaster Affected Communities (CDAC) Network. CDAC is a groundbreaking cross-sector collaboration between Internatiional humanitarian agencies, UN organizations, the Red Cross Movement, and media development agencies that recognizes information and two-way communication as key humanitarian deliverables. Jacobo has been working in media and humanitarian communications for the last 10 years. As a journalist in Spain, Jacobo founded a news service with a group of friends from University and worked for a national radio station, Amnesty International and ActionAid. Head of Communications for ActionAid in Sri Lanka after the tsunami (2005), Jacobo joined Internews in late 2007 to lead the Lifeline Humanitarian Information Service for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Sri Lanka that over three years produced daily radio programs and a weekly newspaper with humanitarian news and information. Jacobo publishes regularly on humanitarian communications, including posts for UNOCHA , the Huffington Post , UN Dispatch , and is guest speaker at Columbia University, the Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute, the Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM) Summer School, and FailFaire. He tweets @jqg /anne/commisaid. He holds a Masters in International Relations and Communications and a BA in Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain) and speaks English, French and Spanish.

Jacques R. Bughin

Dr Jacques Bughin is a Director with McKinsey & Company’s Brussels office, and is a core leader of McKinsey Media/Telecom//high tech pwell as strategy practices. He also co-leads the McKinsey Technology Initiative, looking at how technology trends are creating major opportunities to adapt businesses, and has in this matter, coauthored many renowned Mckinsey Global Institute Reports, of which “Big Data”, the “Social Technology impact” report and “Internet Matters” for the G-20 countries. Since joining the firm in 1992, he has been based in Amsterdam, London, Montreal, New York, and Toronto offices, and has worked for major media, high tech and telecom companies in Europe, south-america, Asia, Russia, Middle-East, US, and south Afrika. Examples of Media clients work include a complete digital transformation of a major print newspaper to become a global leader in classified and e-commerce, or the total financial turnaround of a lead television compan. Examples of work in telecom includes the bid design for extra MHz of spectrum for LTE license in Europe, the launch of a mobile voice and internet services as part of quad play of a maor cable co in Europe. Regarding high-tech, Dr Bughin helped design the global roll out of a series of digital products (video, mobile, and application marketplacezs etc) for a global consumer electronics company. Dr Bughin, finally, has worked extensively for some of the largest internet companies in the domain of search, e-commerce and advertising-based online services. Dr Bughin received a master in Economics and doctoral degree in Economics, with summa cum laude, and has lectured at many universities, . He is also a fellow of the ECARES, a think-tank on economic policy in Belgium, a fellow of the Applied Economics of the KUL University, as well as of the Aspen Institute. Dr Bughin is a frequnet speaker in major conferences. Lasy year, he spoke at the ITU, Dubai, the Internet Society at Geneva, or the Google Big Tent event at Moscow. Dr Bughin has published about 30 academic articles, in outlets such as Management Science, Research Policy, European Economic Review, Electronic Markets, Journal of Industrial Economics and has co-authored 25 McKinsey Quarterlies. He has been quoted in the press, such as Newsweek, The Financial Times, or Forbes.

James Brehm

James BrehmAs senior strategist with Compass Intelligence, James Brehm’s primary responsibilities are to increase client value by evaluating, recommending, and creating innovative market strategies for Compass Intelligence’s high-tech clientele. Mr. Brehm directs the content, product development, and vendor / customer relations activities as it relates to the M2M syndicated and portal services. Brehm is frequently quoted by media outlets such as The New York Times , Business Week , Computerworld and Wireless Week . He is a regular contributor to CNBC and has an ongoing blog on connected devices and M2M / any-to-any device communication. Brehm has also spoken to various groups on topics including mobile applications, mobile commerce, emerging wireless devices and vertical market deployment of Web-enabled services. Brehm joined Compass Intelligence after spending nine years in multiple roles with Frost & Sullivan. Most recently, Brehm served as Senior Consultant in Frost & Sullivan’s Information and Communication Technology practice where he led much of the bespoke research for Frost & Sullivan’s wireless customers. Prior to Frost & Sullivan, Brehm worked in marketing, sales management and business development roles for Rackspace Managed Hosting and Interland (now Web.com), two of the largest pure play Web hosting companies in the U.S. His responsibilities included research on the competitive landscape of the market, developing new product offerings, assessing emerging markets, improving the overall value chain for Global 1000 clients, due diligence, and acquisition analysis. Brehm entered the high-tech arena in the mid-1990’s working in sales management within the telecom arena for MCI and later working for Gateway Inc. in multiple roles including product marketing, product management, training and sales management.

Jane Vincent

Jane VincentJane Vincent researches information and communication technology users and is Visiting Senior Researcher at the LSE London and Visiting Fellow with the Digital World Research Centre www.dwrc.surrey.ac.uk . Involved in the mobile communications industry for three decades Jane worked on the development and implementation of GSM and on numerous business transformation projects with BT and O2. Since 2002 she has held academic positions in the international research community where she applies her knowledge of mobile communications to inclusive user design and business research projects. Jane’s work is published widely and her current studies are on ICT use by migrants in global societies; experiences of using paper/pen and screen/keyboard to read/write and the use of mobile internet by children.

Jaymar Cabebe

Jaymar CabebeJaymar Cabebe covers mobile apps and Windows software for CNET. While he may be a former host of the Android Atlas Weekly podcast, he doesn’t hate iOS or Mac. Jaymar has worked in online media since 2007.

Jim Cook

Jim CookJim Cook is an experienced mobile industry executive and the Editor of MobiAD News (www.mobiadnews.com). His mobile expertise spans 10 years in mobile content, mobile technology, mobile commerce, and mobile advertising. Prior to getting involved in mobile, Jim worked at Apple Computer and Hewlett Packard Europe in the product marketing and e-commerce areas. Jim was also on the executive team of mobile startups PacketVideo (mobile video) and Cambridge Positioning Systems (location based technology), and he has consulted for numerous mobile technology companies in the area of product strategy and business development. In 2007 he co-founded MobiAD News, an online publication and newsletter focused entirely on mobile advertising and marketing. Jim also co-founded and was the first Chairman of the Mobile Council of the Internet Advertising Bureau (UK).

Joel D. Selanikio

A practicing pediatrician, former Wall Street computer consultant, and former CDC epidemiologist with more than twenty years combining technology and public health to address inequities in developing countries, Dr. Selanikio leads DataDyne’s (www.datadyne.org) efforts to develop and promote new technologies and sustainable business models for health and international development, including multiple-award-winning EpiSurveyor mobile data collection software – the most widely scaled mobile technology ever created for international development, with more than 11,000 users in more than 170 countries — soon to be re-launced as Magpi.com. Named by Internet Evolution to their 2010 IE100 list of key internet influencers, and by Forbes magazine as one of the most powerful innovators of 2009, Dr. Selanikio is a winner of the ComputerWorld 21st Century Achievement Award, the $100,000 Lemelson-MIT Award for Sustainability and the Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Award for Healthcare. His work has been reported on by Wired, Forbes, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, the BBC, and the Washington Post, among others. His public speaking includes presentations at the World Economic Forum in Davos, the Clinton Global Initiative, the Royal Society of Medicine & many other venues. In his former role as an officer of the Public Health Service, Dr. Selanikio served as the Chief of Operations for the HHS Secretary’s Emergency Command Center in the aftermath of 9/11. In 2005, he was given the Haverford Award for Humanitarian Service for his work in treating tsunami victims in Aceh, Indonesia (for which he was profiled in the Washington Post). Dr. Selanikio holds a bachelor’s degree from Haverford College, and an MD from Brown University, and is a graduate of the Epidemic Intelligence Service fellowship of the CDC. He continues to practice clinical pediatrics both as an Assistant Professor at Georgetown University and on the Emergency Response Team of the International Rescue Committee, and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

John Devlin

John DevlinJohn Devlin Group Director, Security & ID As Group Director, Security and ID, John Devlin focuses his research and management efforts on markets and technologies for smart cards and chip cards, authentication, identification, payments, and data protection. He also heads ABI Research’s services covering Mobile Money, RFID, and Security. John is an experienced market analyst and research director with strong relationship-building and sales skills. His research focus has been on mobile, contactless/NFC, smart cards, payment acceptance and ID. From 2001 until he joined ABI Research in 2010, he held positions of increasing seniority at IMS Research in the UK, eventually becoming Research Director, Financial & I.D. Technologies Group, a new business area which he developed for the firm. Prior to his work at IMS, he served as Business Development and Technical Sales Engineer at PPC Cranfield Ltd, addressing western European markets for the company’s high precision, engineered composite machine bases and components. John has spoken, sat on panels, and chaired a number of industry events, including Cartes, SIMposium, The Smart Event, NFC World Congress, NFC Payments Europe, and The Smart Card Club. He has chaired industry roundtables and taken part in GSM Association (GSMA) webinars that involved companies such as Barclays Bank, HSBC, Ingenico, MasterCard, Orange, Samsung and Velti. John has served as a judge for the GSMA for its Best Mobile Money Service since its inception and is a panel member for the SIMAlliance’s SIMagine industry awards. He has also been quoted widely in industry publications such as Smart Insights, Payments, Cards & Mobile, NFC Times, Smart Card News, SecureID News; Card Technology Today, and others. John earned a BSc. in Mechanical Engineering from De Montfort University.

John Traxler

John TraxlerJohn Traxler is Professor of Mobile Learning, probably the world’s first, and Director of the Learning Lab at the University of Wolverhampton. He is a Founding Director and Vice-President of the International Association for Mobile Learning, Associate Editor of the International Journal of Mobile and Blended Learning and of Interactive Learning Environments. He is on the Editorial Board of Research in Learning Technology and of IT in International Development. He was Conference Chair of mLearn2008, the world’s biggest and oldest mobile learning research conference. He has guest edited three special editions of peer-reviewed journals devoted to mobile learning. In March 2012, he opened the STELLAR research workshop in Brussels and closed the UNESCO International Symposium in Washington, and contributed an invited session to ICTD in Atlanta for IDRC, followed by the World Literacy Summit in April at the University of Oxford and chairing the Future of Apps in the Public Sector forum in London in July. In September 2012, he opened the USAID mEducation Alliance Symposium in Washington. He is on the UNESCO Policy Advisory Team for mobile learning.

Jonathan Moore

Jonathan MooreI’m Jonathan Moore, a digital designer, developer, and amateur who figured out how to turn a love for design and technology into a profession. In 2010, I founded Style Hatch —a digital shop creating unique premium Tumblr themes —as the creative director alongside our small team in southern OC. We provide fresh designs that inspire people to create, write, curate and show off their genius. Formerly, I ran a digital culture agency, New Ezra , where we created culturally relevant campaigns, products, and services for brands like Volcom, UFC, Microsoft, Bing, Armor Games, Paramount and State Farm. As a senior interactive art director for BLITZ (2008-2009) and 2Advanced (2004-2008) I was fortunate to lead and work alongside brilliant teams where we brought to life countless projects for amazing clients—Activision, Disney, Lexus, EA, Ford, Infinity, Chevrolet, Adobe, Motorola, Warner Brothers and Mattel.

Jyoti Desai

Jyoti DesaiJA Desai (54)

BA (Hons) BCom

Group Chief Technology and Information Officer

Directorships

Director of various companies in the MTN Group

Skills, expertise and experience

Jyoti started her career at The Standard Bank of SA Limited. She moved to Telkom SA in an executive position before joining MTN Nigeria as chief information officer. She then moved to Iran in 2005 to start up the Iran operation as COO of MTN Irancell before taking up her current role.

Joynes Bryn

Joynes BrynBryn Jones is CTO at Three in the UK and responsible for the development and deployment of the UK’s best mobile network for data. Bryn has over 25 years industry experience with equipment suppliers, systems integrators and operators. Prior to joining Three, Bryn spent 10 years at Virgin Media in a number of technical and business roles helping to launch and run the worlds largest MVNO, his final role being Technical Director for the Mobile and ADSL Broadband divisions.

Judy Brown

Judy BrownJudy Brown is an Educational Technology Consultant who retired as the Emerging Technology Analyst at the University of Wisconsin System Administration in 2006. In early 2000 she founded the Academic ADL Co-Lab with the U.S. Department of Defense at the University and served as the Executive Director of that Co-Lab. Brown has been involved in technology and learning for over 25 years and with mobile learning since 1996. Since 2006 she has worked entirely in mobile learning with corporations, academia and government. Judy served as a MASIE Fellow for the MASIE Consortium on mobile learning and is a frequent presenter at industry conferences and mobile learning workshops. Brown was the lead for the PC Week Corporate Partners and served as a judge for the Best of Comdex. Currently Judy has returned to ADL full time on the Emerging Learning Technologies Team as the Mobile Learning Lead. She serves on the Army Education Advisory Committee and coordinates the mlearnopedia.com and cc.mlearnopedia.com sites plus adlmobile.wikispaces.com.

Karim Taga

Dr. Karim Taga is Managing Director in the Vienna office of Arthur D. Little’s German, Austrian and CEE operations. He specializes in telecommunications and he is a member of the TIME ( T elecommunications, I nformation T echnology, M edia and E lectronics) practice. He is active in this industry for 15 years already. Author of the last four editions of the Global M-Payment report. His interests are primarily focused on three functional areas: · Business strategies and marketing concepts · Corporate Finance and business planning · Leading the global ADL competence center of technology economics Karim had a major responsibility and was in charge of more than 50 assignments in Strategy, Organization and Technology for: fixed and broadband operators, mobile operators, content aggregators, media players and broadcasters, suppliers as well as supported investors in corporate finance, bid management and transaction support. Karim Taga received a Master of Science in 1989 from the Ecole Supérieure de l’Energie et des Matériaux, Orléans France with a master thesis accomplishment at the University of California Berkeley. After his studies he worked as a research assistant at the Vienna University of Technology where he developed an infrared fibre optical sensor. He received his Ph.D. in 1992 followed by an MBA in International Business from the Webster University St Louis Mi in 1993. Karim Taga is fluent in French and Arabic (mother tongue), English and German.

Kathryn Koegel

Kathryn KoegelKathryn Koegel is a media and marketing analyst and researcher who has worked in online, print, TV and now mobile. She wrote the Advertising Age Reports: Benchmarks and Best Practices for Mobile Marketing 2010 and 2011. She authored four Ad Age reports on mobile that were published through 2011 on location based services, mobile couponing, mobile metrics and mobile commerce. At the height of the dot-com era, she was the VP of marketing for one of the first ad networks, Phase2Media. She was the Director of Research & Industry Development for DoubleClick and created their first industry trend reports. In her consultancy, Primary Impact, she works with media and interactive marketing companies to turn their data into industry insights and position themselves in the interactive landscape. Her primary research work has been accepted and published by the ARF and ESOMAR. She continues to contribute pieces to Ad Age on mobile marketing and interactive marketing technologies and has done work for the MMA.

Katrin Verclas

Katrin Verclas is the directore of MobileActive.org, a global clearinghouse of information on mobile tech for social change, and a community of more than 20,000 practitioners in this field from around the world. She is also the director of the new Open Mobile Initiative, a research and advocacy effort for increased mobile security and privacy.

Ken Rehbehn

Ken RehbehnKen Rehbehn is a principal analyst with Yankee Group’s Network Research team. As a 4G mobile wireless infrastructure analyst, Ken tracks radio access network (RAN) technology solutions operators deploy to deliver value to consumers, enterprises and government. With over 25 years of experience in the field, Ken provides insight into 3G and RAN trends including LTE, HSPA and WiMAX, as well as supporting femtocell and Wi-Fi offload solutions. Before joining Yankee Group, Ken served as a strategic marketing director for Alcatel-Lucent and as a wireless infrastructure analyst at Current Analysis. Prior to joining Current Analysis, Ken served as director of product management at Megisto Systems, Inc., a startup equipment vendor producing next-generation data gateway solutions for GSM and UMTS networks. At Megisto, he led the product management staff to define the product and provide support for the sales staff in the field. Before that, Ken worked at Visual Networks as an ATM product line manager as well as a member of the CTO’s staff. In addition to Visual Networks, his professional career has included software development and architectural design for X.25 packet switching, frame relay, and network management technologies while at GTE Telenet, Sprint and Netrix.

Kevin Millroy

Kevin MillroyKlaus-Jürgen is responsible for Engineering Services within Deutsche Telekom. In this role he provides harmonized network solutions for access, transport and core to all DT affiliates.

He has been with T-Mobile, later Deutsche Telekom since the early days of GSM in 1991, took over several manager positions in the technology area with focus on Radio.

He was responsible for GPRS/UMTS/HSPA introduction and optimization and has been leading the NGMN activities within Deutsche Telekom including the introduction of LTE.

Masters & doctors degree in telecommunications

Dr. Klaus-Jürgen Krath

Dr. Klaus-Jürgen KrathKevin has worked within the UK mobile industry for over 30 years both in the Operator and Supplier world. Has spent the last 5 years supporting Network Infrastructure sharing projects in the UK. Recognised as a Network Deployment specialist in a world where customer service has to be a given……..

Kevin Tofel

Kevin TofelAfter spending 15 years in IT at Fortune 100 companies, Kevin turned a hobby into a career and began covering mobile technology in 2003. He writes daily on the industry and has co-hosted the weekly MobileTechRoundup podcast since 2006. His writing has appeared in print (The New York Times, PC Magazine and PC World) and he has been featured on NBC News in Philadelphia. Kevin’s unique approach is to use the technology as a consumer would, so that he can report back to readers honestly about what they can expect from a device or app and help them get the most out of it. Freescale has named Kevin a “Top 20 Smart Mobile Device Pundit.” When not playing with the latest gadget, Kevin is typically spending time with his family, reading e-books or running in the rural areas near his home office in southeastern Pennsylvania.

Lucio Carlos

Lucio CarlosHe is an electromechanical engineer, with specialization in electronics, with post degrees in management at IAE Business School and IDEA. He has 30 years of experience in telecommunication networks with emphasis in wireless access networks, mobile networks, transmission and value added services. He joined Telefónica Móviles Argentina in 2005, occupying management positions in strategic network planning and transmission network planning. Previously developed his career in Movicom BellSouth from 1989 until 2004, where he held various management positions in network planning of mobile communications networks. Previously to working in the cellular business, he developed a career as RF design and development engineer in different companies in Argentina between 1982 and 1989. Since April 2012, is Director of Ingeniería de Red, with responsibilities in planning and engineering for all Telefónica and Movistar fixed and mobile networks.

Lynnette Luna

Lynnette LunaAs Senior Analyst for Mobile Ecosystem, Lynnette is responsible for developing strategic insights from the company’s existing, real-time, tactical analysis in the wireless infrastructure, services and device spaces. Her key focus areas include: M2M solutions and mobile health, mobile video and TV, MVNOs and network sharing arrangements, spectrum trends, device platforms and small cells and carrier WiFi. Lynnette brings more than 15 years of experience to the Mobile Ecosystem team at Current Analysis. Prior to joining the company, she served as editor for a number of FierceMarkets publications, including FierceWireless, FierceBroadbandWireless and FierceMobileIT. She also wrote for a variety of domestic and international wireless-related publications, analyst firms and corporations as an independent journalist. In addition, Lynnette has served as senior editor with Telephony Magazine and was a reporter with RCR Wireless News. Lynnette holds a Journalism degree from Western Washington University. Coverage Areas Service Provider Infrastructure • Mobile Ecosystem • Mobile Access Infrastructure

Manoj Menon

Manoj MenonFunctional Expertise 14 years of leadership and senior management experience in establishing and leading a consulting business across the Asia Pacific region. Expertise in providing advisory services to clients – Developing and providing visionary perspectives on future trends and growth opportunities – Assisting in developing Blue Ocean strategies – Go-to-Market Advisory services – Developing strategy to leverage technology to develop competitive advantage Industry Expertise Experience base covering broad range of sectors, leveraging long-standing working relationships with leading industry participants – Telecommunications – fixed, mobile, broadband communication services and equipment – Information Technology – networking technologies, hardware, software and services – Public Sector – Business Process Outsourcing What I bring to the Team Manoj Menon 1 • Strong knowledge about the Asia Pacific region with actual working knowledge of doing business across 13 major countries. • Leadership – recruit, retain and mentor teams to help achieve personal, company and planet goals. • Knowledge of a diverse range of industries from ICT, Healthcare, Public Sector to Industrial markets. • Exemplary presentation skills and ability to lead large project teams across the globe • Ability to establish linkages between business issues to technology solutions Career Highlights Recognized as a leading analyst for the ICT industry particularly in Asia Pacific and in the telecoms space globally. • Instrumental in leading and setting up the Frost & Sullivan business in Asia Pacific. Education MBA from ICFAI Business School, Mumbai, India Bachelor of Engineering in Computers, Mumbai University, India CFA, Hyderabad, India Manoj Menon Partner/Managing Director Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Singapore

Mariana Rodríguez Zani

Mariana Rodríguez ZaniMariana Rodríguez Zani is General Director at Convergencia Research and Convergencialatina. She is also co-founder of Grupo Convergencia. Grupo Convergencia is the most prestigious BtoB media and research´s company for the Latin America & Caribbean telecommunication´s industry. Founded in 1995 Grupo Convergencia currently has three business units: Publishing, Research and Conferences. The publishing business unit has more than 20 publications by year, while Convergencia is focused on research´s projects that demands in-deep knowledge and expertise about policy, regulation, technology and market trends in Latin America and Carribean. Convergencia Eventos organizes 6 conferences each year which are the right place to discuss, interact, and launch new services and product for the next generation ICT industry.

Mark H Mortensen

Mark H MortensenDr. Mark H. Mortensen is the Principal Analyst leading the Customer Care and Service Fulfilment research programmes at Analysys Mason, Ltd. He is an expert in personalized multi-channel CRM, customer self-care, the interaction of BSS and OSS systems, and provisioning of network and service layers. The first 20 years of Mark’s career were spent at Bell Laboratories, where he specialised in enterprise-wide systems architecture and strategy, leading teams that brought new software products to new markets and network technologies, and the interaction of software systems with the underlying network hardware. Mark was Chief Scientist of Management Systems at Bell Labs, has been president of his own OSS strategy consulting company, CMO at the inventory specialist Granite Systems and a network planning company, and VP of Product Strategy at Telcordia Technologies. He is also an adjunct professor at UMass Lowell in the Manning School of Business, specializing in strategic management of high technology companies. Mark holds an MPhil and a PhD in physics from Yale University and has received two AT&T Architecture awards for innovative communications software solutions.

Mark Zawacki

Mark ZawackiMark Zawacki is the Founder and Managing Partner of Palo Alto based Milestone Group. Since 2001, Milestone Group has worked with more than 200+ tech, media and telco (TMT) clients globally on a myriad of growth and revenue-related initiatives including strategy, innovation, business and corporate development, alliances/partnering, go-to-market strategies and international expansion. Milestone Group clients have included Microsoft, Cisco, Intel, SAP, VeriSign, NTT Verio, GSM Association, Swisscom, Symantec, Trend Micro, Talend, Avocent (acquired by Emerson), MX Logic (acquired by McAfee), PGP (acquired by Symantec), BigFix (acquired by IBM), Xcalia (acquired by Progress Software), Koral (acquired by Salesforce.com) and Authentica (acquired by EMC). Prior to founding Milestone Group, Mark spent nearly a decade as a strategy consultant with the CSC Index, the strategic management consulting division of Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC). Variously based in Amsterdam, London, Sydney and San Francisco, Mark’s consulting at CSC Index focused on corporate strategy, organizational change and leveraging technology for business advantage. Mark is a frequent speaker, panelist and moderator at TMT events globally. His recent conference panelist/moderator roles include Mobile World Congress, Mobile Asia Congress, AlwaysOn, Stanford Graduate School of Business Conference on Entrepreneurship, Software 200X conferences, Software Business Conference, MIT Enterprise Forum, SD Forum, VLAB, ANZA, MESDA, The World Financial Symposium and several other corporate and international economic development functions. Mark also occasionally guest lectures in several MBA programs worldwide. Mark holds a B.Sc. in Marketing from the University of Colorado and an MBA from the University of Rochester, William E. Simon Graduate School of Business, where he currently serves on the Executive Advisory Council.

Marlène Sellebråten

Marlène SellebråtenSMarlène Sellebråten is a tech analyst and journalist based in Sweden. She is today editor in chief at Mobil:Business, a leading Swedish publication delivering news and analysis in the B2B mobile space. Prior to Mobil:Business, Marlène headed boutique consulting practice Close to Market Analytics. She was earlier on editor of trade newsletter Telekom Online, senior editor at Communications Week International and did her debut in the industry at analyst firm Gartner some 14 years ago. She speaks at and regularly moderates industry events. Gaining and sharing insight into the mobile industry is more than a job to her, it is a passion. Marlène holds a Master’s degree in international trade from the University of Picardy and a Master’s degree in international commerce from Montpellier university.

Martin Garner

Martin Garner Senior Vice President, Internet, CCS Insight Martin is a well-known figure in the mobile industry. He holds a BSc in electrical and electronic engineering from the University of Bristol and an MBA from City University in London. He was at Ovum for 17 years, where he built up the mobile practice, was director of research and established the Wireless Intelligence joint venture with the GSM Association. At CCS Insight, Martin focuses on Internet services and experiences, and the wider role of mobile across various sectors of the economy, including machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity and the “Internet of things”.

Matt Hatton

Matt Hatton is a widely respected wireless industry expert with 15 years’ experience at the cutting edge of telecoms research. His current role is as Director at Machina Research, a specialist research and consultancy firm focusing on the M2M, IoT and Big Data. Prior to establishing Machina Research, Matt was Program Manager at Yankee Group focusing on the mobile services market in EMEA and most recently at Analysys Mason he was Research Director managing all research on the telco services market, with a particular focus on mobile broadband and other new emerging services and business models. He has provided strategic advice to numerous executives (including C-level executives) at mobile operators, vendors and other players in the mobile value chain, on the deployment and marketing of mobile products and services. This has included market sizing and forecasting, providing competitor intelligence, and advising on strategies for value-added services, M2M, mobile broadband, customer retention, pricing and fixed-mobile convergence. He also has substantial experience in carrying out business case assessments for mobile operators, including due diligence on service deployments. Matt is widely quoted in both trade publications (such as Total Telecom, Light Reading, Mobile Today, New Media Age and Mobile Europe) and the wider national and international press (including BBC, The Financial Times, CNN, The Telegraph and The Independent). He also speaks frequently at conferences and acts as a judge for a number of prestigious awards (including the GSMA’s Global Mobile Awards). Matt holds an MSc in Telecommunications (Distinction) from University College London. Email: [email protected] Twitter: @MattyHatton Blog: http://wirelessnoodle.blogspot.com Linkedin: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/matthatton

Melissa Chau

Melissa Chau is a Research Manager with IDC’s Asia/Pacific Client Devices team. She is involved in building IDC’s successful research tracker programs and producing core market data used across all of IDC’s Asia/Pacific research reports and consulting projects. Based in Singapore, Melissa focuses on the Asia/Pacific Mobile Phone and Tablet Tracker programs. In these areas, she is responsible for sizing and forecasting the mobile phone and tablet markets on a quarterly basis across 13 countries and examining competitive trends and end-user research. She is regularly quoted in print and on TV, including CNBC, BBC, and Bloomberg.

Michele Mackenzie

Michele Mackenzie has more than 14 years experience in the telecoms industry specializing in mobile communications and wireless multimedia. Michele’s research at Machina Research covers Smart Cities and Intelligent Buildings in addition to research on mobile broadband markets. Prior to joining Machina Research, she was a Principal Analyst for Ovum’s Consumer Practice and also played a major role in developing and leading Ovum’s Wireless Multimedia Service and establishing Ovum’s Consumer Practice. Michele focused on the wireless sector, producing qualitative and quantitative analysis on wireless data and content services but also co-authored reports on fixed line services including broadband deployment and IPTV.

Michelle Atagana

Michelle Atagana has a Masters Degree in New Media and Journalism, her thesis focuses on social media technologies in the South African journalistic space with some focus on the public sphere. She has been hanging around the Internet since she was 11 back in proper Netscape days and even found a way to get not one, but two degrees out it. She blogs with moderate regularity and tweets with alarming consistency and works tirelessly at memeburn.com.Mich also sometimes writes for CNN on tech and startups in Africa.

Mike Tiplady

Mike TipladyMike Tiplady Mike began his career with British Telecom and after working on the first digital transmission systems he moved to the mobile division in 1984. He became one of the first members of the Cellnet team, later to become O2. In 1989 Mike became the Technology Director and for over 10 years headed a large team responsible for the design, development, construction and operation of the 02 service. After leaving O2 he became the Managing Director of the EMEA Division of a US based business providing design, consultancy and implementation services to operators. He has also been the Non Executive Director of other businesses in the communications industry including MVNO and VAS. Mike is now a partner with RWH Consulting and an advisor to Arcanum Communications.

Monica Paolini

Monica PaoliniMonica Paolini is the founder and president of Senza Fili Consulting (www.senzafiliconsulting.com), an analyst and consulting firm that provides market research, financial analysis, and advisory support on wireless technologies and services. Monica writes extensively on the trends, technological innovation, and financial drivers in the wireless industry in reports, white papers, blogs, and articles. Independent advice, a strong quantitative approach, and an international perspective are the hallmarks of her work. Monica has a PhD in Cognitive Science from the University of California, San Diego, an MBA from the University of Oxford, and a BA/MA in Philosophy from the University of Bologna.

Nick Mann

Nick MannNick Mann Principal Nick Mann Associates Nick is an internationally recognised Threat Management and Fraud & Security innovator with over 30 years experience across the complete spectrum of Corporate Security & Fraud disciplines. Having begun his career with the Inland revenue, he moved on to British Telecom, The London Stock Exchange and IMRO before building the Security & Investigations Department at Orange. He has been a director of two international risk management consultancies specialising in telecoms and financial services; Praesidium and Stork Ltd. For 5 years until May 2009 Nick was the Group (Global) Director of Fraud, Risk & Security for Vodafone. He was also Chairman of the GSMA Fraud Forum. He now runs his own consultancy specialising in Strategic Risk and Internal Threat Management: www.nickmannassociates.com

Nashid Nabian

Nashid Nabian ([email protected]) was born and raised in Tehran, Iran, and earned a Master’s in Architectural Engineering at Shahid Beheshti University. She pursued her post-graduate studies at the University of Toronto’s Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, where she earned a Master of Urban Design degree, and received the Toronto Association of Young Architects award for her thesis on the enhancement of the Toronto Waterfront. From 2003 to 2012, she was partner at Arsh Design Studio, a Tehran-based architecture office both nationally and internationally recognized for its projects: Dollat II, a residential apartment by Arsh Design Studio, has been short-listed for the 2010 cycle of the Agha Khan Architecture award, while 2 Offices/2 Brothers, an office building by Arsh Design Studio, was short-listed for 2011 WAF award. In 2012 after Arsh Design Studio was divided to two separate offices she co-founded [Shift] Process Practice with Rambod Eilkhani. She holds a Doctor of Design degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and she has been involved in various projects at MIT SENSEable City Lab (http://senseable.mit.edu/ ) as a part of her two year postdoctoral fellowship at the lab. As a faculty member at the Harvard Graduate School of Design she collaborates on various research-driven projects at GSD REA Lab:(http://information-interaction-infrastructure.org/), and teaches classes on urban cybernetics, responsive environments and artifacts, as well as smart cities.

Nuno Goncalves Pedro

Nuno Goncalves PedroManaging Partner, Kii Capital Nuno is the Managing Partner for Kii Capital, a micro-venture capital fund based in San Francisco/Bay Area that focuses on investing in and supporting mobile application developers . He serves operators, vendors, investors and Internet players in China, Japan, Korea and Southeast Asia. He also shares his expertise with clients globally, specializing in topics such as Telecom industry structure, mobile Internet, content & services, and mobile devices, among others. He has more than 16 years experience in TMT and was previously the GSM Association’s head of Strategy, business and corporate development. There Nuno was responsible, among other things, for shaping the industry agenda with the GSMA Board and managing its Board Strategy Committee; leading core strategic initiatives for the industry – e.g. Personal IM, .mobi; leading business development with vendors and other ecosystem players; as well as creating the GSMA’s first ever equity venture. Nuno is a frequent speaker at key industry gatherings such as Mobile World Congress, Mobile World Congress Asia, JP Morgan Company Access Days, Deutsche Bank Access Asia, among others. He has also been a member of the Jury for the Global Mobile Awards since 2009. Nuno has been a counselor for the internationalization of the Portuguese Economy since 2005 and was recognized in 2006 as one of the “top 26 Portuguese executives abroad”. Since 2011, he has also been an advisor to the Portuguese Embassy in Beijing.

Günther Ottendorfer

Günther OttendorferGünther Ottendorfer is the Managing Director of Optus Networks. Günther joined Optus in 2011 after working in senior management positions for a number of European telecommunications companies, including Deutsche Telekom and max.mobil.

A native of Austria, Günther has over twenty years international experience in the telecommunications industry – beginning his telecommunication career working in the early GSM Software development and later being appointed as the bid manager for the team acquiring Austria’s first private GSM licence.

Prior to Optus, Günther was European Mobile Technical Director at T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom) overseeing the company’s mobile networks across continental Europe –managing multiple territories and expansion of the operations for over 100 million customers.

Günther has held multiple roles including Chief Operating Officer of T-Mobile Austria, Technology Director for T-Mobile Germany as well as Manager of Network Operations and Core Network and T-Mobile’s International Operation and Maintenance Division.

Günther holds a Computer Science Degree from Technical University, Vienna.

Pamela Clark-Dickson

Pamela Clark-DicksonPamela Clark-Dickson Senior Analyst – Mobile Content & Applications Intelligence Center Informa Telecoms & Media Pamela is senior analyst at Informa Telecoms & Media, with a focus on mobile messaging. In her role, Pamela produces analysis of the messaging market for the Mobile Content and Applications Intelligence Center. Her areas of expertise cover all aspects of mobile messaging in the consumer, enterprise and marketing industry sectors globally, including SMS, MMS, mobile e-mail, mobile instant messaging and Rich Communications Suite. She also co-edits Mobile Media & Messaging , a continuous research service published by Informa. Pamela has covered the telecoms sector for 16 years as an analyst and journalist, and previously worked for Informa as editor of the Mobile Media and Mobile Games Analyst continuous research services. She is the author or co-author of Informa Telecoms & Media reports Voice and IP Messaging: Operator Strategies to Combat the Threat from OTT Players (2012), Mobile Content & Services (8th edition, 2012), Mobile Messaging (2 nd edition, 2010) , Mobile Content & Services (7th edition, 2009) and Mobile Games (2005) . In addition to ongoing research in the area of over-the-top communications services, Pamela is also working on Informa’s Mobile Security: Operator Strategies , which will be published in early 2013. Pamela holds a BA (Journalism) from the University of Southern Queensland, Australia.

Patrick Meier

Patrick Meier (PhD) is an internationally recognized thought leader on the application of new technologies for crisis early warning, humanitarian response and resilience. He presently serves as Director of Social Innovation at the Qatar Foundation’s Computing Research Institute ( QCRI ) where he develops next-generation humanitarian technologies using Big Data Analytics & Social Computing. Prior to QCRI, Patrick co-founded and co-directed the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s ( HHI ) Program on Crisis Mapping & Early Warning and served as Director of Crisis Mapping at Ushahidi . He also co-founded the CrisisMappers Network , the Standby Task Force and the Digital Humanitarians Network . Patrick has consulted extensively for many international organizations and programs including the UN Secretariat, UN Global Pulse, OCHA, UNDP, UNICEF, OSCE, OECD, EC, USAID, DAI, IFES, Swisspeace, Internews and the World Bank. In addition, Patrick is a National Geographic Emerging Explorer , a member of the Academy of Achievement Class of 2012 ( AoA ) and a lead contributor to PeaceTXT with PopTech and partners. He is also an accomplished speaker , having given talks at the White House, UN, Google, Harvard, Stanford and MIT. He has also presentated at major international conferences including the Skoll World Forum, Club de Madrid, Mobile World Congress, PopTech, Where 2.0, TTI/Vanguard, SXSW and several TEDx’s. He is often interviewed by the media including the New York Times, Washington Post, BBC, The Economist, Al-Jazeera, CNN and NPR. Patrick is also a distinguished scholar, holding a PhD from The Fletcher School , a Pre-Doctoral Fellowship from Stanford University and an MA from Columbia University. In addition, he was a Research Fellow at the Peace Research Institute, Oslo ( PRIO ) and holds an advanced certificate in complexity science from the Santa Fe Institute ( SFI ). Patrick has given numerous guest lectures and has taught several professional, graduate and undergraduate courses. He is also an accomplished author and writes the widely respected iRevolution blog. He tweets at @patrickmeier.

Patrick Michael Scodeller

Patrick Michael ScodellerPatrick Michael Scodeller, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Technical Officer
Mr Scodeller joined M1 in 1995. He is responsible for the main operational support functions, departments and infrastructure within M1, namely Engineering, Information Systems, Customer Service and Product Development. He was a key member of the senior management team that planned, built and launched M1’s networks from inception. He has over 32 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, including various positions held with Telkom in South Africa, Cable and Wireless plc in the UK, Hong Kong (with Hong Kong Telecom CSL Limited) and in Malaysia. Mr Scodeller is an Incorporated Engineer and a Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. He is a member of the Board of Wireless Intellect Labs Pte Ltd, and currently the Chairman and a member of the Board of Singapore Internet Exchange Limited.

Paulo Pescatore

Paulo PescatorePaolo Pescatore joined CCS Insight in November 2007 and leads research on operator strategy, wireless applications and mobile content. He has more than 12 years’ experience in the mobile sector. Prior to joining CCS Insight, Paolo was a research manager at IDC, responsible for mobile consumer research across Europe. He has also worked at Ovum, where he covered a broad spectrum of mobile and wireless topics. Paolo is a recognised thought leader in the mobile industry and is one of the most widely quoted market analysts in the mobile sector.

Per Dahlberg

Per Dahlberg – Co-founder and Executive Director, Asia Cloud Computing Association Per has held leadership positions growing telecom and IT businesses in Asia for 20 years. In 2010 he co-founded the Asia Cloud Computing Association where he currently serves as Executive Director and CEO. He is also the founder and CEO of Springpoint, a company linking innovation companies with the Asian mobile market place. Per started his career in Asia at the Swedish Foreign Ministry and the Swedish Trade Council before taking on senior management positions in technology companies and organizations such as the GSM Association, Actix, SmartTrust and Ascom Wireless. Per holds a degree in History of Ideas and Chinese, which has helped shape him as a successful entrepreneur with a focus on translating technology into business benefits and how to create value, in an Asian context. He has a strong track record in growing companies from the early stages to profitability and, in some notable cases, very successful exits.

Pete Cunningham

With more than 10 years of experience in the mobile industry, Pete Cunningham leads Canalys’ EMEA portfolio of mobility-focused advisory services. In this role, he guides clients on bringing new mobile devices and services to market and how hardware and software vendors and operators should engage with each other. A regular media contributor and presenter at industry events, Pete also focuses on emerging mobile technologies. Prior to joining Canalys in 2006, Pete was Head of Product Marketing for Panasonic Mobile, with responsibility for the company’s European product roadmap. During this time, Pete developed significant relationships with the major network operators across Europe and established a strong reputation for his excellent understanding of European market requirements.

Peter Krainik

Peter KrainikPete Krainik, Founder and CEO, The CMO Club ( www.thecmoclub.com ) Pete brings over 30 years of experience in marketing, sales, IT, and product management within the consumer goods, high tech, digital and software industries. He has successfully created and led the first truly professional and social engaged network of over Chief Marketing Officers. He has also managed to leverage innovative technologies within integrated marketing, align IT with marketing and sales organizations, combine the ‘Art of Customer Engagement’ with the ‘Science of Hitting Your Numbers’, and help CMOs solve their biggest challenges. Prior to founding The CMO Club, Pete served as Global Vice President of AVAYA; Chief Marketing Officer of DoubleClick, and GM of the Consumer Goods division of Siebel Systems. Additionally, Pete spent 15 years at Mars, Inc. in numerous executive roles and held executive positions at Deloitte & Touche and Gulf Oil Corporation. Over 12,000 heads of marketing follow Pete on Twitter, Linked CMO CLUB Group, plus The CMO Club members only blog. [email protected] ; cell 908-342-1632 Twitter: @thecmoclub

Philip Marshall

Philip MarshallPhil Marshall is the Chief Research Officer of Tolaga, where he leads its software architecture and development, and directs Tolaga’s thought leadership for the mobile industry. Before founding Tolaga, Dr Marshall was an Executive at Yankee Group for nine years, and most recently led its global service provider technology research, spanning wireless, wireline, and broadband technologies and telecommunication regulation. Marshall has 20 years of experience in the wireless communications industry. He spent many years working in various engineering operations, software design, research and strategic planning roles in New Zealand, Mexico, Indonesia and Thailand for Verizon International (previously Bell Atlantic International Wireless) and Telecom New Zealand. In addition, Marshall was an electrical engineer at BHP New Zealand Steel before he attended graduate school. He has a PhD degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and is a Senior Member of the IEEE. His technical specialty is in radio engineering and advanced system modeling, and his operational experience is primarily in communications network design and optimization.

Philip Uys

Philip UysName: Associate Professor Philip Uys Organisation: Charles Sturt University Email: [email protected]/p[email protected] Qualifications: Ph.D., Grad.Cert. Univ.L&T., B.Comm.Hons., B.Comm., Adv. Dip. Tertiary Teaching. I have expertise and research interests in: mLearning (mobile learning) eLearning Educational technology in developed and developing settings Learning and teaching innovation Strategic learning technology and elearning conceptualisation and implementation Organisational and educational change management Distance education Knowledge management in educational settings Educational leadership and management Blended learning Online pedagogy Professional development Academic development. I have published 5 chapters in books; 9 refereed scholarly journal articles; 20 papers in refereed conference proceedings; two symposia in refereed conference proceedings; 16 invited key notes, posters and presentations; 19 conference papers and workshops (not in refereed conference proceedings) ; 13 other writings, publications and educational media; and a number of research grants and projects. I have worked both in developing settings (Botswana and South Afri ca) and in developed environments (New Zealand and Australia). I have built up this expertise through international consulting, contract and permanent engagements as well as through many years in tertiary education and the IT industry. I am currently Associate Professor and Director, Strategic Learning and Teaching Innovation at Charles Sturt University in Australia. In this position I have University-wide responsibility for evaluating new educational technologies in terms of their impact on learning and teaching and I play a leading role in adoption and implementation of new technologies and methods. More information at http://www.globe-online.com/philip.uys

Priscilla Tate

Priscilla TatePriscilla Tate, Executive Director and Founder, Technology Managers Forum Priscilla Tate is the founder, president, and executive director of Technology Managers Forum (TechForum). Ms. Tate was a technology manager at Citibank, EF Hutton and Manufacturers Hanover prior to founding Technology Managers Forum in 1994, which has a current membership of over 800 IT managers in the New York area who work for some of the largest enterprise organizations in the world. Each year Ms. Tate produces multiple enterprise IT focused events for mid-to-large enterprise IT managers. Ms. Tate also founded TechForum’s Best Practice Awards program in 1996. Ms. Tate is a sought-after industry analyst and has been quoted in numerous publications including the New York Times and Computerworld. In addition to moderating TechForum events, Ms. Tate has moderated panels at other industry events, including the Computerworld Premier 100 and the RSA Conference in San Francisco. Ms. Tate graduated from Duke University with a BA in History and an MA in Art History. She also studied at the Freie Universitat in Berlin with a scholarship administered by the Fulbright commission. She was a Columbia Fellow and did graduate work at Columbia University.

Raluca Budiu

Raluca Budiu is a Senior Researcher with Nielsen Norman Group. At NN/g she consults for clients from a variety of industries and presents tutorials on mobile usability, usability of touch devices, cognitive psychology for designers, and principles of human computer interaction. She coauthored a book on mobile usability and NN/g reports on mobile usability , iPad usability , and the usability of children’s websites . Budiu previously worked at Xerox PARC, doing research in human-computer interaction. At PARC, she built computational models of how people search for information in visualizations of large data structures. She also explored new ways of measuring information scent and conducted research on interfaces for social bookmarking systems and on the cognitive benefits of tagging. Budiu was also a user researcher at Microsoft Corporation, where she explored future directions and made strategic recommendations for incorporating user-generated content and social web features into MSN. Budiu has authored more than 20 articles and conference presentations on human-computer interaction, psychology, and cognitive science. She holds a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University.

Rene Millman

Rene MillmanRene Millman is a renowned Writer and Broadcaster. Rene has made numerous television appearances to give his views and expertise on technology trends and companies that affect and shape our lives. Over the last twelve years Rene has appeared on BBC News, Sky News, CNBC and CNN. He has written for many technology publications including Cloud Pro, Computing, IT PRO, PC PRO, V3, SC Magazine and Absolute Gadget. He regularly speak at conferences and awards dinners on the impact of technology and social media on society and culture. As a presenter, Rene specialises in technology and gadgets, benefitting from his many years of experience working as a journalist and analyst working with most of the world’s largest technology companies.

Rob Bamforth

Rob BamforthMr Rob Bamforth, Principal Analyst, Business communications Rob Bamforth is a Principal Analyst working with Quocirca Ltd , focussing on business communications, with particular emphasis on how mobile, social and unified communications. His experience combines sales and marketing with an in-depth understanding of technology development and deployment. Rob is regularly quoted in both technology and mainstream business media and is a regular contributor of analytical content to knowyourmobile.com, IT-Director.com and techrepublic, and regularly blogs on Computing. During his career he has actively promoted the business benefits of emerging technologies such as the Internet and Java, and has presented at innumerable industry events, as well as working closely with standards bodies. He has written numerous articles and many reports encompassing the impact and management of mobile devices, the evolution of service providers, mobile email momentum, visual communications, VoIP and unified communications. Rob also presents at conferences, contributes in video interviews and webinars, and provides market analysis support as a strategic advisor to the Mobile Data Association.

Ron Weintraub

Ron WeintraubRon Weintraub is an international executive who specializes in dramatically improving the IT functions of telecom operators, banks and major enterprises in other industries. He has over 30 years of experience assessing & transforming the ADM & AO capabilities, business alignment, strategy, enterprise architecture, infrastructure & operational models of IT units. Mr. Weintraub has been the CIO at wireless & wireline operators in Europe & Africa. He advises telecom operators, as well as system integrators & hardware, software, & network equipment vendors on IT best practices, new technology, tooling, alliances, & M&A. Mr. Weintraub also advises system integrators and product vendors on their Go To Market, Sales, & Delivery capabilities. Mr. Weintraub has led numerous successful BSS business transformation, ICT transformation & data centre optimization programs for operators throughout EMEA. He was a senior manager of the Wind Italy launch team as well as two other mobile launches. Mr. Weintraub has also held senior Customer Care, Product Management & Sales roles. In the mid-1990s, he was a senior manager for Oracle EMEA, creating their broadband multimedia business unit. Prior to Oracle, Mr. Weintraub consulted to NATO, HQ United States Air Force Europe, HQ United States European Command, and the National Security Agency.

Ruchi Dass

Ruchi DassDr Ruchi Dass is the Founder and CEO of HealthCursor Consulting Group, India. An award winning Physician from India with a Post Graduate in Preventive and Promotional Healthcare and with medical technology applied expertise. Dr. Dass has been involved in Healthcare IT, e-learning and ICT projects for the public/private sector in India. During this period, she has managed several projects that seek to use mobile phones and wireless technologies to accelerate the achievement of the United Nation’s health related Millennium Development Goals across the world. Prior to becoming a “Thought leader” for m-Health, Dr Dass led the Business development and Operations of Lifetime Wellness Rx (An Apollo Group Initiative). Apollo Group is the largest private Healthcare chain in Asia and third largest in the world. Lifetime Wellness Rx deals with Wellness, Prevention and Disease management and thereby serving consumers, business and social causes in India. Dr Dass is a part of the ICT4D team India and recently judged the most coveted “GSMA’s Best mHealth Innovation Awards 2011” in Barcelona, Spain identifying the excellence and innovation in mobile communications that can be of significance to Healthcare. She is on the International Editorial Review board of International Journal of User-Driven Healthcare, IGI Global, Pennsylvania, USA and is also a Council Member with the renowned Gerson Lehrman Group. Dr Dass has represented India’s efforts towards bridging the economic and digital divide in Healthcare internationally to help adopt low cost healthcare solutions and systems across 53 Commonwealth countries. Today, Dr Dass serves on selected Advisory Boards of leading mHealth companies and takes care of the consortium called “Healthcursor” — an organization oriented towards facilitating innovation around technology driven healthcare for the underprivileged across the World.

Sascha Segan

Sascha SeganSascha Segan is the lead analyst for mobile at PCMAG.com, covering mobile phones, tablets and U.S. mobile operators. In more than eight years on the job, he has reviewed more than 700 mobile devices. He also writes columns and speaks publicly on mobile industry issues, primarily in and about the North American market. PCMAG.com, the former PC Magazine, is an independent guide for technology consumers which reviews thousands of products each year.

Sean Krepp

Sean KreppSean, currently Kampala-based, is a social entrepreneur with over 14 years of international telecom and internet experience in R&D, strategy, business development, brand marketing, government liason and product development roles. He is passionate about the role of mobile communications in serving Base of the Pyramid consumers and currently leads Grameen Foundation AppLab Uganda and the Community Knowledge Worker Initiative – 2012 Silicon Valley Tech Award Laureate in the Economic Development category. He previously led Nokia Life Tools business development in Middle East and Africa as Head of Emerging Markets Services. He has served as secretary of the EU-Africa Business Forum, Deputy Head of the Nokia EU office and led Nokia.com global digital marketing from 2001-2005 He is a 2009 graduate from the TRIUM (LSE, NYU Stern, HEC Paris) GEMBA program which ranks 3rd in the FT global business education rankings. He holds an MA from the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium and a BSc Honours from the University of Western Ontario in Canada. Sean has been quoted in publications such as Forbes, San Jose Mercury News and served on panels for Mobile Monday, Connected Africa Summit, W3C, Start Up Weekend, amoung others. He has lived and worked in Africa, North America and Europe.

Seizo Onoe

Seizo OnoeSeizo Onoe was named an Executive Vice President, Chief Technical Officer and Managing Director of the R&D Center of NTT DOCOMO, INC. in June 2012.

Mr. Onoe became a Senior Vice President in July 2008 while retaining his position as Managing Director of the R&D Strategy Department since June 2008.

He was Managing Director of the Radio Access Network Development Department from July 2006 to June 2008 and Managing Director of Radio System Development Department from December 2005 to July 2006. Mr. Onoe also held the posts of Managing Director of IP Radio Network Development Department from March 2004 to July 2006 and Managing Director of Radio Network Development Department from June 2002 to March 2004.

Mr. Onoe joined NTT Public Corporation in April 1982 after graduating from Kyoto University’s Graduate School of Engineering with a master’s degree in electronic science and engineering. He was born on May 12, 1957.

Shailendra Pandey

Shailendra PandeyShailendra Pandey Senior Analyst, Mobile Content & Applications [email protected] Informa Telecoms & Media Shailendra is a Senior Analyst at Informa Telecoms & Media and works on research and consulting projects on topics including m-commerce, mobile advertising, social networking and other mobile value-added-services. He has produced research, analysis, and forecasts on a range of mobile industry topics including operator, handset manufacturer, and technology and infrastructure vendor strategies. At Informa, Shailendra is responsible for writing executive briefs, comment pieces, and authoring management and strategic reports for the Mobile Content and Applications research portfolio. His most recent work includes a comprehensive study on the M-Commerce market and a report with in-depth analysis and forecasts on the Global Mobile Advertising market. Shailendra has been quoted on numerous occasions in both the mainstream and trade press for his opinion and insights and regularly speaks at conferences and events. He also frequently briefs operators, policy-makers and vendors on mobile industry trends and developments. About Informa Telecoms & Media Informa Telecoms & Media delivers strategic insight founded on global market data and primary research. We work in partnership with our clients, informing their decision-making with practical services supported by analysts. For more information: Visit our website: www.informatm.com Follow us on Twitter: @informatm

Simon Buckingham

Simon Buckingham has specialized in launching new mobile and internet services for 2 decades: – Founded Appitalism, world’s largest app store in 2010 (http://www.appitalism.com) – Founded Zoombak Location Tracker devices and services launched in 2006 – IPO (LSE: MOS) and Liberty Media strategic investment completed in 2006 – Launched Ringtones.com portal launched in 2000 – Author of “Yes 2 SMS” industry report in 1999 – Founder of Mobile Streams in 1999 – Heard first ringtone in 1996 (“The Flintstones” on a Nokia 8110) – Saw first ever SMS text message sent in December 1992 (“Merry Christmas”) – Joined Vodafone (then Racal Vodafone) in July 1991 – Global Internet executive with management and sales experience across North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia – Consumer Electronics expert with consumer marketing, retail and device manufacturing experience.

Stéphane Téral

With more than 20 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, Stéphane is regarded as one of the top analysts in his field, having been the trusted advisor at some of the world’s largest telecom providers and manufacturers. Stéphane joined Infonetics Research in January 2006, after eight years with analyst firm RHK, where he developed their European optical coverage and helped carriers migrate from PSTN to next gen networks. Prior to RHK, Stéphane was an engineer and project manager with Alcatel, where he deployed the CATV optical networks that allowed the 1992 Olympics and the grand opening of Euro Disney to be televised using fiber optics for the first time.

Stéphane now specializes in IMS, mobile infrastructure, and voice over IP and circuit-to-packet migration products, services, and adoption trends of service providers. He also tracks and forecasts service provider capex, opex, and revenue. He speaks at events worldwide, and is frequently quoted in publications, including Business Week, The Economist, Financial Times, Fortune, Le Monde, Telecommunications International, and The Wall Street Journal. He is a consultant to startups, service providers, manufacturers, and the investment community, identifying new market opportunities, providing due diligence, and advising on positioning, product development, business plans, and M&A activity.

Stéphane was a McGowan Scholar at the McLaren School of Business, University of San Francisco, where he received his MBA, and has an Engineering Diploma in Telecommunications from the Institut National des Télécommunications, France.

Stéphane Téral authors or co-authors the following services:

Service Provider Capex, Opex, ARPU, and Subscribers Biannual Database Size and Forecasts
Fixed and Mobile Subscribers Annual Database, Size, and Forecasts
Mobile VoIP Services and Subscribers Annual Market Size and Forecasts
2G/3G/4G (LTE and WiMAX) Continuous Research Service: Surveys and Research Notes
Small Cell Deployment Strategies: Global Service Provider Survey Annual Continuous Research Service: Surveys and Research Notes
LTE Deployment Strategies: Global Service Provider Survey Annual Continuous Research Service: Surveys and Research Notes
2G/3G Optimization and 4G Self-Organizing Network (SON) Software Annual Market Outlook
2G/3G/4G (LTE) Infrastructure and Subscribers in Japan and China Biannual Market Size and Forecasts
2G/3G/4G (LTE and WiMAX) Infrastructure and Subscribers Quarterly Market Size, Share, and Forecasts
2G/3G/4G (LTE) Services and Subscribers: Voice, SMS/MMS, and Broadband Biannual Market Size and Forecasts
Service Provider Outsourcing to Vendors Biannual Market Size, Share, and Forecasts
Fundamental Telecom/Datacom Market Drivers Biannual Analysis of Global and Regional Market Trends and Conditions

Stephen Drake

Stephen Drake is the Program Vice President for Mobility & Telecom research at IDC. In this position, he has responsibility for the Mobile Enterprise, Mobile SMB, Mobile Device coverage, IP Communication Services and also contributes to IDC’s Unified Communication research. As part of the Mobile Enterprise coverage, Mr. Drake heads up market intelligence on mobile software technologies for the enterprise and mobile operators including mobile middleware, mobile enterprise applications, mobile device management, mobile security, mobile operating environments, mobile application development markets and mobile user trends. As part of the mobile enterprise coverage, Mr. Drake is responsible for mobile device and mobile operators delivery of solutions into the enterprise and looks at key mobile software, device and mobile operator trends and strategies for the small and medium business markets. He also leads IDC’s mobile device research that tracks key mobile device technology and trends, heads up key IP Communication Services offerings, and contributes critical mobile research as part of a cross-group Unified Communication program at IDC.

Mr. Drake has more than 10 years experience as an analyst and during his tenure at IDC has served across multiple areas including its Communications research team, Software, Mobility and Telecom groups. Prior to joining IDC in 1997, Mr. Drake was a research associate with Giga Information Group (subsequently acquired by Forrester Research) where he conducted primary and secondary research on a wide array of IT topics in the end-user community, including business process reengineering and network computing.

Mr. Drake authored the Foreword to the book, Wireless Data For The Enterprise: Making Sense of Wireless Business. He has presented on a variety of mobile industry trends at major trade shows and is quoted in major financial and industry news journals, such as The Wall Street Journal, Investors Business Daily, Forbes, Fortune, C/Net News, Reuters, Network World, Computerworld, Infoworld and InformationWeek.

Mr. Drake holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of New Hampshire and a Master of Arts degree in Political Communications from Emerson College in Boston, MA.

Steve Costello

Steve Costello is editor of the apps and devices coverage for Mobile World Live. He has been covering the telecoms sector since 1996, working in a number of staff and freelance roles.

Steven Hartley

Steven HartleySteven Hartley is Practice Leader of Ovum’s Telco Strategy Practice. He leads a global team of analysts that provide strategic advice to the world’s leading operators and vendors. The team provides strategic analysis of mobile, fixed, and integrated telecoms industry trends; the opportunities and threats facing service providers; and evaluations of major player strategies. Steven has more than 15 years’ experience in fixed and wireless communication market analysis. His areas of focus include market forecasting, mobile broadband, next generation migration and service strategies, and femtocells. He has spoken at leading industry events including the Mobile World Congress and regularly appears in the media. Prior to joining Ovum, Steven worked at major industry information and analysis organizations as well as PricewaterhouseCoopers. His research areas included mobile devices and the role of Java technology in the wireless market.

Stuart Carlaw

Stuart CarlawAs Chief Research Officer, Stuart Carlaw leads ABI Research’s analyst teams covering global connectivity markets. Stuart’s primary responsibility is the management of industry research content, and he also regularly interfaces with clients and the media. Prior to joining ABI Research, Stuart was a Telecommunications Technician in the British Army, and then Senior Analyst and later Wireless Research Director at IMS Research. At IMS he was the primary Bluetooth analyst, and responsible for all short range wireless research. Stuart earned a B.Sc (Honours) in Physical Sciences and Business Management from De Montfort University.

Sue Rudd

Sue RuddSue Rudd, Director Service Provider Analysis, Strategy Analytics Sue Rudd works with both Wireless Operator Strategies (WOS) and Mobile Broadband Opportunities (MBO) services at Strategy Analytics. Current work includes: ‘Capacity and CAPEX per GB Required for Mobile Broadband’, ’Economics of Small Cells’ ‘‘WiFi Hotspots will be Small Cells by 2015’ and ‘Three 2013 Network Trends: 1. SDN and Services at the Edge, 2. Hot Copper & Microwave Technologies for Fast Mobile Backhaul, 3. HetNets and Self Organizing Networks (SON)’ Prior to joining Strategy Analytics, she worked for Comverse Technologies developing business cases for converged Fixed and Mobile IP services, Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) and VoIP over 3G. Earlier as a strategic marketer for Motorola she coordinated wireless data and messaging services; directed projects for mobile network management and for Advanced Intelligent Networking (AIN). Sue has held multiple management positions at software and networking startups selling to Internet, Telecommunications and Mobile Service Providers. She has an MA in Economics from Cambridge University, UK and an MBA in Operations Management from the Wharton School, Univ. of PA, USA Email: [email protected]

Teresa Cottam

Teresa CottamTeresa Cottam is the Chief Analyst and co-founder of Telesperience, a European analyst firm that specialises in advising how communications service providers can make better use of software and data to improve their operational efficiency, commercial agility and the customer experience they deliver. Prior to founding Telesperience, Teresa was an Associate Principal Analyst at Analysys Mason and before that she was Research Director at the specialist BSSOSS firm Chorleywood Consulting. She began her career in telecoms with a five year stint at Ovum working across both the telecoms and IT portfolios. Teresa’s vision for Telesperience is to provide good quality, practical and accessible insight for the global BSSOSS community. More information about Teresa can be found at the Telesperience website ( www.telesperience.com ) or on LinkedIn. You can also follow her on Twitter (@teresacottam).

Dr Terry Ahn

Dr Terry AhnDr. Terry Ahn is Executive Vice President of KT Corporation leading the innovative mobile businesses as well as global collaboration and industry convergence since July, 2011. He is also a GSMA PSMC member. He served as the head of the Mobile R&D Center leading researches on mobile communications and the head of the Group Strategy for KT Corporation. He received B.S. degree from Seoul National University and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Korea Advance Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) respectively.

Terry Norman

Terry is a Founder and Director of Research at Wireless Explorers . Terry has more than thirty years experience in Telecommunications industry. He has held engineering and strategic management positions in both the public and private sector, including both mobile and fixed operators. He was a strategy consultant with Analysys Mason Communications – a leading ICT consultancy, and lead analyst in the Wireless Networks and Spectrum research programmes with Analysys Mason. Terry’s research interests lie in wireless access technologies, wireless traffic forecasting and spectrum-related matters. He has authored over fifty publications in this field, including several major reports upon the subject of wireless network strategies. He holds an Engineering Doctorate in radio propagation from Manchester, a first degree in Electrical Engineering from London and a post graduate diploma in Management Sciences. He is a member of the Institute of Physics, a member of the Institute of Technology and a Chartered Physicist.

Thomas Husson

Thomas HussonThomas Husson is a principal analyst at Forrester where he serves Consumer Product Strategy Professionals. His research covers mobile consumer content and services and mobile strategy for non-telecom companies. Additionally, he covers mobile location and focuses on the evolving mobile ecosystem; the impact of new entrants in the mobile space, mobile services, mobile media; and content, mobile Internet and applications, mobile commerce and payments, and mobile marketing and advertising. Thomas’ research and analysis have been widely cited in publications including the International Herald Tribune , BBC, Reuters, AFP, Les Echos , Le Monde , Il Sole 24 Ore . Husson joined Forrester in August 2008, bringing more than 10 years of experience in the mobile industry. Thomas spent four years at JupiterResearch as a senior mobile analyst and six years at Bouygues Telecom (3rd French operator), first as Internet product manager and then as mobile multimedia product manager. Thomas has also worked in the financial services sector in Milan, Italy for one and a half years. He has been a judge in the Global Mobile Awards at Mobile World Congress since 2008. Husson has degrees in international marketing/strategy and finance from EM Lyon (Lyon School of Management) and from Science Po Paris (Institute of Political Science).

Tim Shepherd

Tim Shepherd, Senior Analyst, Canalys Tim Shepherd is a Senior Analyst with Canalys, a respected independent industry analyst house focused on high tech markets. He has been with the company for more than six years, and leads its global research program around the content, application and service ecosystems that support mobile phones, smart phones, tablets and PCs. He also heads the company’s associated client advisory services in this fast growing and quickly evolving area. His research is particularly focused on application business models and discoverability, web technologies and web apps, and best practice in app store design and managment. Before becoming the lead analyst in this area, Tim conducted research and analysis across the company’s worldwide portfolio of mobility-focused vendor advisory services – and, where possible, continues to support Canalys’ research into mobile device and PC trends. He regularly writes analytical reports and contributes to confidential consultancy projects on a range of related topics, travels frequently to present recommendation-rich analysis to clients and prospects, and is frequently quoted in mainstream and technology-focused media. Prior to joining Canalys, Tim worked as an IT Consultant for a small business advisory firm in South Wales. He holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts from the University of Oxford.

Ton Brand

Ton BrandTon currently works as a Senior Director for Marketing and Industry Development for the Wireless Broadband Alliance – the industry association focused on driving the next generation Wi-Fi experience. His responsibilities are focussed on the development of: · Market development and advocacy · Strategic industry engagements · Advisory and knowledge management Prior to the WBA, Ton joined the GSMA in 2005 as a senior project director and has been responsible for the management and implementation of 3G embedded mobile broadband notebooks as well responsible for the development and launch of the common mobile broadband service mark into the mobile space. Ton has worked to develop the technical guidelines for the implementation of embedded 3G modules into notebooks. As Programme Director Connected Living at the GSMA, Ton Brand was a technology subject matter expert across the GSMA Connected Living programme for embedded mobile and M2M devices and services and managed the delivery of the GSMA’s Connected Living programme, which is designed to help operators accelerate the delivery of the connected life services. In the past he has worked as a freelance business consultant with different fixed and wireless operators on the development and launch of telecom and value added services, notably on initiating and launching broadband services in lesser developed regions and countries.

Vincent Hoogsteder

Vincent Hoogsteder – CEO and co-founder Distimo Prior to founding Distimo, Vincent was Mobile Product Manager at eBuddy, the world’s largest independent web and mobile instant messaging service where he managed eBuddy’s mobile IM application from its inception and played a pivotal role in helping eBuddy to achieve more than 20M mobile app downloads worldwide in less than 2 years. Prior to eBuddy, Vincent launched two start-ups within the Internet and mobile sectors while studying at university. Vincent holds a Masters Degree in Business Information Technology from the University of Twente in The Netherlands.

Vishal Jain

Vishal covers mobile application development, deployment and management tools and services for enterprises and service providers. He is interested in the impact of new endpoints on enterprises back-ends and how new technologies such as HTML5 will change client- and server-side computing. His previous research activities at 451 Research included mobile payments and advertising. He has authored industry leading reports on mobile app development and management. He is also part of the 451 Research’s European Research practice, working on different consulting engagements for the European Commission. Prior to joining 451 Research, Vishal had worked in technology consulting and solutions architecting at Atos, Accenture and Tata Consultancy Services. Vishal started his career at Patni Computer Systems, as a software developer for GE Capital in the US. Vishal holds an MBA in Information Management from SP Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai, and a Bachelor with Distinction in Production Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Surat, India. He is a regular speaker at several leading industry events on enterprise mobility and has been quoted in several leading industry technology journals and business dailies.

Windsor Holden

Windsor HoldenDr. Windsor Holden is Research Director with Juniper Research. He has authored more than 40 full length reports for Juniper Research, including four editions of its much heralded Mobile Entertainment series: his recent reports include NFC Mobile Payments Market Update – Business Models & Forecasts ; Mobile Coupons – Strategies, Opportunities & Forecasts ; Mobile Payments Strategies – NFC, Remote Purchases and Money Transfer ; and, Mobile Payments for Digital & Physical Goods: Opportunity Analysis . Prior to working at Juniper Research, Windsor worked as an analyst with Analysys, Espicom and Kagan World Media. Windsor has a PhD from the University of Leeds and is also a former Research Fellow of the Institute of Communications Studies, University of Leeds.