YBLTV learned more about the connected car market at CTIA SMW 2014 from Birdstep Technology, CEO, Lonnie Schilling. Automotive manufacturers, mobile operators and other service providers are tapping into this market, and Schilling expressed how Experience Continuity is critical for the industry’s success.
About Birdstep Technology
Birdstep Technology is a leading provider of Smart Mobile Data and Secure Mobility for operators, enterprises and governmental organizations. We are committed to Experience Continuity and to combining the power of Wi-Fi with the coverage of mobile networks through “right loading”. Drawing on extensive experience of successful customer projects and cooperation with operators, enterprise customers and OEM partners around the world, we deliver industry-leading solutions for wireless connectivity and service management. Our Smart Mobile Data services offer advanced solutions for data offload and intelligent network selection, support automation and end user communication to network operators. Our Secure Mobility services offer solutions providing seamless and secure connectivity to business data for corporations and governmental organizations. Birdstep Technology was founded in 1996 and has been listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange since 2002. The company is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with competence centers in Sweden, Finland and the United States. For more information, visit www.birdstep.com and follow @BirdstepTech on Twitter.
About Lonnie Schilling
Lonnie Schilling brings 20 years of experience of equity investment, strategic business development, architecture sales and marketing within the international communications market. He was most recently Director, Mobile Service Provider Sales & Business Development at Cisco and he has also held leading management positions in other global companies such as Motorola, ITT, Worldview Technology Partners, Bolt Beranek and Newman (BBN). Schilling holds a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland. He completed graduate and postgraduate studies at the Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology, the International Institute for Management Development, INSEAD and the Marshall School of Business at USC. Schilling recently spoke at Wi-Fi Offload Summit in Frankfurt and at WBAs workshops at Mobile World Congress. He is also scheduled for a speaker slot at Wi-Fi Offload Summit in Johannesburg.
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