Fireside Chat: Embedded Security, Wireless and Power Consideration on IoT Devices with Microchip Technologies

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Full datetime event: 

Tuesday, June 5, 2018From 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm


AWS Loft
350 West Broadway, New York, NY


We are excited to host this event which was made possible by our sponsor Microchip Technologies and by AWS for providing this venue. In today’s world, the need to provide greater security on any product is becoming more of a requirement rather than an option. Choosing the right wireless protocols and designing proper power management are esential for battery life and customers' acceptance of your product.


Dan Ujvari
Dan is the worldwide cryptography lead for Microchip and the primary embedded security resource for the Northeast. He is a regular guest lecturer to the Masters of Electrical Engineering candidates at Columbia's Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science and a guest lecturer at UPenn, Princeton, and Stevens Institute of Technology.

John Cassidento
John has extensive experience in semiconductor intellectual property and customer support. He specializes in hardware design and firmware development.


Luis Espinoza
Luis is a Principal at L2M ES CORP. He has over 20 years of experience as a business and technical leader of global multi-disciplinary teams at Fortune 100 companies and startups. He has led teams developing products in the wearable, commercial, industrial, consumer, residential, medical, military, and IoT markets.

Event Agenda:
6:00-6:45 Check-in and networking
6:45-8:30 Program kickoff
8:30-9:00 Networking

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