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TMCNet:  M2M Evolution Magazine Selects CradlePoint's Ken Hosac for Advisory Board

[February 01, 2013]

M2M Evolution Magazine Selects CradlePoint's Ken Hosac for Advisory Board

Boise, Idaho, Feb 01, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- Ken Hosac, CradlePoint's vice president of business development, has joined the advisory board for M2M Evolution magazine, a new publication from TMC. The magazine, which launched in January, provides in-depth coverage of the shift toward greater connectivity in the rapidly expanding machine-to-machine environment.

'It is with great pleasure that we welcome our advisory board members to our M2M Evolution family. The magazine is an extension of our M2M Evolution website and M2M Evolution Conference and ITExpo. The addition of the magazine provides a richer understanding of connectivity, collaboration, and innovative technologies for connected devices and will provide in-depth coverage of the M2M space all year," stated Rich Tehrani, CEO of TMC.

Considered a thought leader in mobile networking for the enterprise, Hosac has been a key presenter at the M2M Evolution Conference and ITExpo. At CradlePoint, Hosac's experiences developing networking products with wireless carriers and engaging enterprises on mass deployments provide him with the insights into the opportunities and challenges of the M2M space. These insights will contribute to the vision and editorial voice of the magazine. Hosac has 23 years of experience in product management, development, manufacturing, and sales at technology companies that include CradlePoint, Casabyte, and Hewlett Packard.

"Ken's experience in business development and product management at CradlePoint, a leader in M2M networking solutions, makes him an important voice as M2M Evolution Magazine broadens its thought leadership platform and continues to guide businesses to solutions that reduce costs, increase efficiency, and drive greater profitability," noted Tehrani.

About Ken Hosac, Vice President of Business Development At CradlePoint, Ken has served in both product management and more recently business development, where his focus is on wireless carriers, network equipment manufacturers, and system integrators. Ken has 23 years experience in marketing, sales, development and manufacturing. Prior to joining CradlePoint, Ken served as VP of Marketing for Casabyte (later acquired by JDS Uniphase), the leading provider of service validation solutions to wireless service providers. Ken also served as VP of Business Development for GoAhead Software (later acquired by Oracle), the leading provider of high availability software to communication infrastructure providers. Ken earlier spent 10 years at Hewlett Packard with cable modems & headends, set-top boxes and personal computers in a variety of engineering and engineering management roles. Ken holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. degree in Manufacturing Engineering, both from Stanford University.

About M2M Evolution Magazine M2M Evolution magazine is committed to helping executives with the shift to connected devices. Readers can expect in depth coverage of the technology and learn how to understand and navigate the myriad of connected device solutions that can transform their business' ability to stay competitive and when properly applied, increase efficiency, improve service, reduce costs and drive greater profitability. Coverage will include everything from the supply chain & logistics management, automotive & telematics, smart grid & smart homes, remote patient monitoring & telemedicine. Subscribe now.

M2M Evolution Conference & Expo, January 29-February 1, 2013, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The M2M Evolution Conference brings together the M2M ecosystem as well as end users interested in understanding how embedded systems, sensors, and the wireless network can be used to improve operational efficiencies, deliver ROI, and drive revenue.

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