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Meeting Notification from IEEE Consumer Electronics Society. You're welcome to attend. Admission fee may apply (see registration instructions below). Hope to see you there.

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February 26, 2013 Meeting Notice

Subject: Role of NFC in the future of Digital Wallet
Speaker(s):

Sunil Jain, Intel

New Venue Microsoft Silicon Valley

1065 La Avenida, Mountain View, CA (https://maps.google.com/maps?q=1065+La+Avenida,+Mountain+View,+CA&hl=en&ll=37.39771,-122.048664&spn=0.08537,0.169601&sll=37.413082,-122.071089&hnear=1065+La+Avenida+St,+Mountain+View,+California+94043&t=m&z=13)

BizSpark Lab, Building 2 (first building on right as you enter the campus)

Date and Time: February 26, 2013
6:30 - 7:00 Pizza + Drinks, Networking
7:00 - 8:30 Talk and Questions

Abstract

Near Field Communication (NFC) is rapidly becoming an exciting opportunity in mobile devices. In this session, we will discuss the new experiences NFC promotes and the challenges this technology presents. Topics such as NFC standardization, eco-system maturity will be discussed using examples from transit, ID and eWallet domains. Please send any specific questions or requests to the speaker in advance @ sunil.k.jain@intel.com

Speaker Bio:

Sunil Jain, Senior Manager, Intel Corporation & Co-Chair NFC Forum SIG, Intel Corporation
Sunil Jain is a senior manager at Intel and a seasoned entrepreneur. He currently leads the PC Client Group’s strategy and planning for Near Field Communication (NFC), eWallet, and eCommerce. Prior to joining Intel in 1999, Sunil was the Founder and CEO of Span Mechnotronix Ltd. Sunil takes pride in fostering innovation, weaving high performing teams, and delivering results. Sunil actively contributes to industry through keynotes, panels, tutorials, workgroups, and mentoring. He holds multiple patents and publications.

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