Ignacio Angulo is a consummate telecom executive with over 30 years of experience in designing, deploying, expanding and operating wireless, data and fiber optic networks in multiple geographies. Key roles have been supporting and expanding 2G, 3G, and 4G networks as the AVP RAN Engineering and AVP Construction & Engineering (West Region) at AT&T; CTO for Centennial de Puerto Rico; EVP of Wireless Network Operations and Systems for Movilnet, where he was responsible for major migrations from Analog to 2G and 3G, Y2K, SAP implementation and real-time prepaid platforms; and Ericsson, supporting the North American market.
Ignacio holds a BSc in Electronic Engineering (5-year program) from Universidad Simón Bolívar in Caracas, Venezuela, and has completed the Executive Program at Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.
Yuenie Lau is President and CEO of OML, Inc., pioneers in the microwave and millimeter wave industry. They are based in Morgan Hill, California. He graduated from University of California, Berkeley with a B.S.E.E. and Santa Clara University with a M.S.E.E. & M.B.A. He holds several patents related to the microwave and millimeter wave vector network analyzers and is a member of the IEEE and works actively with the Standards Working Group.
Dr. McCune's experience in RF/wireless design and technology development spans over 40 years. With over 90 U.S. patents, Earl has seen and experienced a lot of what does, and does not work. He received his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degrees at U.C. Berkeley, Stanford, and U.C. Davis, respectively. Within this career he has founded two Silicon Valley startups, Digital RF Solutions in 1986 and Tropian in 1996, both of which succeeded to liquidity events. Dr. McCune is the author of the reference books Practical Digital Wireless Signals and Dynamic Power Supply Transmitters through the Cambridge University Press. In 2013 Dr. McCune was appointed a Distinguished Microwave Lecturer by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT) Society.
Master Chief Worden served 25 years of active service in the U.S. Navy retiring as a Master Chief Cryptologic Technician.
He graduated from Electronic Warfare A and C Schools. As a Team Leader on seven different surface combatants, auxiliaries and the electronic warfare range in Fallon, Nevada, he played a significant part in the successful development of new tactics and material to support aviation and surface electronic warfare systems. As an Electronic Warfare Officer, he earned the title of Master Training Specialist while at the Fleet Combat Training Center Pacific. Master Chief Worden served as Command Master Chief for four separate Commanders during which he pioneered the Navy’s and Joint Service’s current Spectrum Management efforts. On his final tour, he was assigned to the Staff of Commander Naval Surface Forces where he completed a successful tour as the Force Electronic Warfare Technician, recognized for his innovative management of critical missile defense systems.
Master Chief Worden currently works as the Director of Business Development for Nova Power Solutions, a manufacturer of power conversion, conditioning, back up and distribution systems for defense and heavy industries.