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With more "people-on-the-go," massive opportunity awaits those who create mobile technologies for the anytime-anywhere economy. As the iPhone/iPad continue to spur envy from giant telcos and device manufacturers, they're creating a frenzy among developers and other content companies intent on distribution across the three screens -- TV, PC and smartphone/tablet. Everyone wants in on the action, and without question, mobile technologies are some of the hottest today.
Mark Anderson brings over 20 years of wireless, telecom, Internet and marketing experience to his role as CEO and President of HipLogic. Before joining HipLogic, Anderson served as Vice President, Internet and Media Solutions at Ericsson where he managed the development of Ericsson's business with Internet and Media companies. Anderson joined Ericsson in 2003 as Vice President of Enterprise Business Solutions.
Prior to Ericsson, he was Vice President of Sales at Vialto Corporation leading up to its acquisition by Cisco Systems. Anderson has also held VP of Sales and Business Development roles at Air2Web and Superscape (Glu Mobile). Anderson was an early sales management employee at Polycom leading up to their Initial Public Offering following his early career in advertising with Ketchum.
Mark Anderson received his B.A. in Advertising from San Jose State University and has completed Corporate Executive Business Programs from Duke University.
Wladimir Baranoff-Rossine is founder and CEO of MobiCart.
Guy Ben-Artzi is the CEO of Particle Code and responsible for the company's business strategy and operations. Before Particle Code, Ben-Artzi was CEO and co-founder of Mytopia, a leading social games company acquired by 888 in May 2010. Before Mytopia, Ben-Artzi led the design of content management systems at Orbotech.
Guy has a BA in Political Science from the Colorado College in Colorado Springs.
David Burgess is CTO of Range Networks.
Koray Candir is VP of Business Development for QilaQ.
A serial entrepreneur and angel investor, Jochen Doppelhammer is considered one of the world's leading mobile industry experts and heroically right-brained executives.
In his most recent market success Doppelhammer founded the mobile operator business for KPN in Spain, and as CEO led the business from concept to market launch through to profitability. Acting in addition as Chief Commercial Officer for simyo España, the largest brand in the portfolio, he outperformed the competition with a dynamic and innovative Internet-based strategy that led to 10% segment penetration within 24 month.
Glenn Edens is CEO of Range Networks.
Hisham Gawly is EVP of Business Development for EME International.
Hakan Gurel is CEO and founder of QilaQ.
Nader Iskander is CEO and founder of EME International.
Nabil Iskander is Chairman of EME International.
Yudi Levi serves as the Chief Architect of Particle Code, where he is in charge of the Particle Platform's core architecture and oversees product development.
Before Particle Code, Levi was Chief Architect and co-founder of Mytopia, a social games company acquired by 888.
Jason Ling is VP of Product Development for HipLogic. As former Head of Mobile Products and Technology for MySpace, Ling was responsible for the product vision and mobile strategy for next-gen mobile/new media applications. Ling was responsible for driving all strategic creations of MySpace mobile social network products that include an integrated SMS platform responsible for the distribution of millions of messages per month, a J2ME Application that holds an industry record for the best selling subscription application in the history of AT&T and m.myspace.com, the flagship product of the MySpace Mobile suite, a mobile web site that receives millions of unique visitors daily and averaged over 3 billion page views monthly, setting industry records.
Prior to MySpace, Ling was the International Program Manager for Infospace, a leading mobile content aggregator where he was responsible for the creation and management of Tier 1 EMEA Carrier Content Catalogues such as Virgin Mobile UK, H3, O2 and Vodafone. During his tenure at InfoSpace, Ling was instrumental in generating 17% growth in international mobile content revenues worldwide and helped build the management of three premiere external Mobile Game Development houses.
Previously, Ling was Producer of Mobile Applications for Walt Disney's Internet Group where he launched new mobile technology platforms as well as product development for the company. Ling also launched several leading products that accelerated the distribution of Walt Disney and its Affiliates' content onto the mobile platform. In addition, he was responsible for producing the first true 3D-rendered Mobile Game, Kingdom Hearts, for the BREW Platform.
Ling holds advanced degrees in Behavioral Psychology and Computer Engineering from the Technical Institute of Berlin.
Andrew Osis, CEO of Multiplied Media, has 8 years of experience in investment banking, where he specifically focused on mergers and acquisitions and large-scale financings.
He was formerly a Vice President, Global Banking with RBC Dominion Securities Inc., Canada's largest investment banking firm.
Gerry Pesavento, CEO of IQ Engines, is the former Founder and CEO of Teknovus, Inc. and Alloptic, Inc.
He holds a BSEE from RPI and MBA from UC Berkeley.
Harvind Samra is SVP of Engineering for Range Networks.
Yotam Shacham is a seasoned game developer and platform architect with over a decade of experience building cross-platform technologies. As CTO of Particle Code, Shacham is responsible for the core technology behind the Particle Platform and the company's cross-platform strategy. Before Particle, Shacham was CTO and co-founder of Mytopia, a social games company acquired by 888.
Shacham earned his Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the Technion University in Haifa, Israel. Shacham has held senior engineering roles at Digital Dimensions building 3D Virtual Worlds, Pixel Technologies building a mobile and TV games platform and Mars Games, where he helped launch 4 new iTV channels.
Philippe Suchet is CEO of Zappli, Inc.
Mark Young brings extensive experience in mobile device software development, web services, client-server computing and engineering leadership to his role at HipLogic. As co-founder and CTO, Young is responsible for HipLogic's product architecture and implementation.
Prior to founding HipLogic, Young spent five years in Sun Microsystems, Inc.'s (Sun) Consumer and Embedded Technologies division where he was a technical lead in developing Sun's Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME) for mobile devices. Young was also a creator and specification lead for Java Specification Request (JSR) 172, which defined APIs that enable web services capabilities on mobile devices. He has presented J2ME technical sessions at several JavaOne Developer Conferences, as well as Cingular's WAVE developer conference.
Prior to that, Young spent several years in Sun's Solaris Software division where he architected the Solaris Management Console(SMC) 2.0â€”a core component of the Solaris Operating System. The SMC 2.0 is Sun's desktop management solution, providing a pluggable and distributed framework for managing and configuring Solaris system components and continues to be shipped with every copy of Solaris today.
Young received a B.S. in Computer Science from Purdue University, where he conducted undergraduate research in distance learning technologies using distributed computing methods.