Pablo Chu is the president and board director of Silicon Valley China Wireless Technology Association. He is an industry veteran with over 15 years of experience conceiving, designing, manufacturing, and business development of data storage, mobile / wireless and telecommunications products and services. Pablo has been a corporate development and product / project management executive and consultant at start-ups and Fortune 500 companies, including: Lucent Technologies, AVAYA, Inc., Fujitsu Computer Products, and Lenovo / Legend Computer.
Originally from Hong Kong, Pablo is bilingual in English and Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese). Pablo joined a couple of start-ups as VP and General Manager, and he is well connected in the industry. Pablo received a Network Engineering and Management certificate from U.C. Santa Cruz. He graduated with a MBA degree from Kensington University and a BS Engineering degree from U.C. Berkeley.
David is an active evangelist and technologist in innovation. His strong interests and expertise include internet/networking, 3G/4G cellular technology, mobile healthcare, internet of things, IT applications in healthcare, and broadband communications.
David is very active in telecom/datacom and healthcare IT industries, mostly in software architecture design and development and consulting for various flagship networking and telecommunications products, for both Fortune 100 companies in US and Canada, as well as startups in Silicon Valley.
David started his executive role in SVCWireless as Vice President of Operations in 2006, and later served on various VP/EVP roles. David served as the SVCWireless president during 2010 – 2011, responsible for its strategy, planning, and execution. Under his leadership, the collaboration and partnerships between US and China in wireless and mobile industries was further strengthened, and the association successfully held its first ever 2-day annual conference in 2010. In addition, the SIGs were introduced for the first time into the organization’s executive structure in order to provide events with better quality, quantities and varieties.
David holds a Master degree of Computing Science from University of Alberta, Canada.
Harry is Founding Partner, zPark Venture. zPark Venture is a Super Angel Fund. It is run by a group of seasoned entrepreneurs and hightech gurus with strong connections in Silicon Valley and its China's equivalent ZhongGuanCun high tech park in Beijing. Our investment is focused on innovative team with a global vision.
Harry is manager of mobile cloud service with TeleNav. Previous to TeleNav, he was technical lead with Hyperion/Oracle and led big data projects.He graduated from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
Dr. Lu has over sixteen years experience in the Internetworking, wireless communications as well as network security. He had been a principle consultant, project leader, technical leader, customer solutions manager, researcher and developer. His expertise spans across both enterprises and service providers.
Currently, Dr. Lu is a Solution Consultants in Cisco focusing on building solutions that leveraging network as the platform to integrate network services with business application to allow enterprises to run their business more efficiency. He was responsible for developing service and solution creations that translate products and technologies into solution delivery for mobile service providers. Dr. Lu was also responsible for developing Mobile Wireless Internet architecture and strategy for large enterprises where he led a team of engineers and architects.
Dr. Wen-Pai Lu is very active in many standard communities. He had been very active in Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) developing mobile web services architecture and services. In Mobile Wireless Internet Forum (MWIF), he oversaw the security activities in the Mobile Internet and leading the security task forces. He also served as a co-chairman for the Proof of Concept (POC) and architecture working groups in MWIF and developing security solution for IP Radio Access Network (RAN) in all-IP mobile wireless network (4G and beyond). He was the founder of the LAN Security Working Group (IEEE 802.10 SILS) developing security standard for IEEE 802 LANs and MANs and was serving as the editor for 802.10a. He was also active in ATM Forum, Frame Relay Forum as well as FDDI (ANSI X3T5) standard group where he served as an ATM Forum Ambassador for LANE and MPOA.
He has published over 16 technical papers in the technical journals as well as in the technical conferences with three distinct papers particularly published in the IEEE technical journals such as Transaction on Communications, and Transaction on Software Engineering.
Robin currently leads a IBM global team from Silicon Valley, Tucson Arizona and Shanghai China, developing IBM DS8000 Enterprise Storage Server and supporting customers and their data centers on disaster recovery, firmware update, and various RAS issues. He applies extensive experience from system design and implementation, test and manufacturing support, data center disaster recovery, and product release management, to make sure IBM product stays the most competitive in serving enterprise customers. Robin holds five U.S. patents in his expertise field, an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science B.S. degree from U.C. Berkeley, and a MBA degree from Santa Clara University.