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An Opportunity to Present Your Technology to

Motorola Mobility

MarketLink a.k.a. High-Tech Speed Dating:

CommNexus San Diego would like to invite you to apply to meet with Motorola Mobility through MarketLink™. Marketlink is a FREE program that pairs companies with multinational corporations hoping to identify and license new technologies. MarketLink brings parties of mutual interest together by orchestrating an event that will offer selected companies the opportunity to present to technology executives from visiting corporations in a personalized 1-on-1 session. 

 

About Motorola Mobility: 

Motorola Mobility, Inc. (NYSE: MMI) fuses innovative technology with human insights to create experiences that simplify, connect and enrich people’s lives. Our portfolio includes converged mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets; wireless accessories; end-to-end video and data delivery; and management solutions, including set-tops and data-access devices.

 


What Motorola is Looking For:

Motorola Mobility is looking for partners that have new technologies and solutions for the next generation of mobile and in-home devices. We are looking for applications and experiences including but not limited to communications, computing, enterprise, social media, personal information management and multiscreen video experiences integration

Technology requirements

  • Broadband access to the home and mobile device: We are looking for technologies that improve the 4G cost/Mbit delivered and power/Mbit consumed on the device. This includes RF, Baseband, Audio, Video delivery and processing technologies.
  • User Experience: Motorola Mobility is seeking technologies that improve response time and provide the next generation of user experiences, including but not limited to, context aware experiences, gesture recognition and application/device control, multitouch, multiscreen, multidevice experiences, 3D UI’s, augmented reality with geotagging/LBS, creative use and integration of social networking, multimedia, video and gaming.
  • Video Technologies and applications that focus on Video experiences and applications targeting personal video content mobility: Motorola Mobility has been at the forefront of Digital SD, HD video and broadcast video security and access control. We are looking for innovation in HD video processing, 3D video, codecs, players to bring an exceptional video experience to devices in various form factors.
  • Sensors and associated applications: Motorola Mobility is looking for innovative user of sensors and related applications on mobile devices and in-home devices that seamlessly share data using mobile adhoc networking technologies, new uses and applications based on location, gaming, E-readers, mobile personal health, smart energy and management of personal power consumption, enterprise applications.
  • New generation of applications that target consumer and enterprise space: with 4G, faster processing and tablet form factors.
  • Display Technologies: Motorola Mobility is looking for technologies for next generation of displays and trends in next generation displays – OLEDS, LCD, Hybrid, Flexible Displays/electronic ink and others.
  • Eco aware and Bio degradable materials and components: Any technology to reduce the carbon footprint of our products, improve the recyclability, or to reclaim materials from devices that are end of life.
  • Component Technologies and Batteries: Motorola Mobility is looking for technologies for next generation of filters, power amplifiers, connectors, antennas, as well as new technology to improve the capacity or reduce the weight of batteries.

The Motorola team attending:

Bill Alberth
VP and Chief Technology Officer Mobile Devices,
 Motorola Mobility
As Mobile Devices Chief Technology Officer, Bill Alberth is responsible for developing differentiating technology. Mr. Alberth is a member of Motorola’s Patent committee and regularly consults on Technology licensing and acquisition.

Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Alberth has had responsibility for new product development and introduction of various analog and digital mobile communication products, and has over 20 years of experience in digital communications, RF systems engineering, digital signal processing, real-time software development, new technology introductions, and project management. He has past product development experience in CDMA, 3G, PDC and Analog technologies.

Mr. Alberth graduated with a MSEE from Illinois Institute of Technology in 1992 and with a BSEE from the University of Illinois in 1985. Mr. Alberth is also a prolific inventor has over 120 patents issued or pending in Mobile Communications across Hardware, Software, Network, End to End Services and various aspects in CDMA Technology. Mr. Alberth is a Dan Noble Fellow is a Member of Motorola’s Science Advisory Board.

Wallace Pai
Vice President of Motorola Mobility
Manager, Motorola Mobility Ventures

Motorola Mobility
Wallace Pai is Vice President of Motorola Mobility and manages Motorola Mobility Ventures, the company’s strategic investment arm responsible for identifying and executing minority-equity investments (at early and later stages) in start-up firms. His role includes working actively with entrepreneurs and portfolio companies to accelerate access to new technologies, new markets and new talent for all Motorola Mobility businesses. His areas of specific focus include software and mobile services, Internet and new media, wireless and computing devices.

Wallace is a member of the leadership team that restructured Motorola. He was involved in developing the strategy to re-launch the handset business and establish Motorola Mobility as an independent entity encompassing both the Mobile Devices and Home businesses. In addition, Wallace has led a number of strategic acquisitions key to establishing competitive differentiation for the new company. These included acquisitions in software platform, tools, location-based services, context aware, enterprise security and multi-screen cloud-based media sharing.

Prior to joining Motorola, Wallace worked at Qualcomm in a number of leadership roles, including leading global business development for 3G and strategic planning for the company’s wireless chipset portfolio. He has also worked as a consultant for McKinsey and Company, and at Heidrick and Struggles. Early in his career, Wallace led product development and was a microprocessor designer at Intel Corporation.

Wallace holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, an MSEE from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a BSEE from Boston University.

 

Wallace Pai
Vice President of Motorola Mobility
Manager, Motorola Mobility Ventures

Motorola Mobility
Wallace Pai is Vice President of Motorola Mobility and manages Motorola Mobility Ventures, the company’s strategic investment arm responsible for identifying and executing minority-equity investments (at early and later stages) in start-up firms. His role includes working actively with entrepreneurs and portfolio companies to accelerate access to new technologies, new markets and new talent for all Motorola Mobility businesses. His areas of specific focus include software and mobile services, Internet and new media, wireless and computing devices.

Wallace is a member of the leadership team that restructured Motorola. He was involved in developing the strategy to re-launch the handset business and establish Motorola Mobility as an independent entity encompassing both the Mobile Devices and Home businesses. In addition, Wallace has led a number of strategic acquisitions key to establishing competitive differentiation for the new company. These included acquisitions in software platform, tools, location-based services, context aware, enterprise security and multi-screen cloud-based media sharing.

Prior to joining Motorola, Wallace worked at Qualcomm in a number of leadership roles, including leading global business development for 3G and strategic planning for the company’s wireless chipset portfolio. He has also worked as a consultant for McKinsey and Company, and at Heidrick and Struggles. Early in his career, Wallace led product development and was a microprocessor designer at Intel Corporation.

Wallace holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, an MSEE from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a BSEE from Boston University.