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Cassia Networks CEO Felix Zhao to Present Long-Range Bluetooth IoT at the Industrial IoT Conference in Florida

Cassia Networks CEO Felix Zhao to Present Long-Range Bluetooth IoT at the Industrial IoT Conference in Florida

San Jose, California – January 16, 2018 – Cassia Networks – Long-range Bluetooth IoT, announced today that its CEO, Felix Zhao, will be presenting at Industrial IoT Conference program being held January 22-25, 2018 at Disney’s Contemporary Orlando, Florida. The event focuses on IoT technologies and solutions increasing the productivity and efficiency of manufacturing and production processes. The event features a robust exhibit floor, powerful keynotes, case studies, live demos, unique sessions, special events, and networking opportunities.

On January 24, 3 pm EST, in the session “One PAN to Rule Them All,” Mr. Zhao will describe how long-range Bluetooth liberates Bluetooth beyond a Personal Area Network (PAN) protocol, and to providing connectivity for Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) enterprise applications in the Industrial IoT.

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Greg is veteran of the Iraq war and a unique expert in software engineering, hardware engineering and big data which provides a substantial advantage for Echolo's IoT products and roadmap. Greg spent more than 10 years at the National Association of Rocketry, building guidance and avoidance systems for high powered rockets. After a few years in the online gaming industry, Greg built his first company Tacticalzone.com a community site for the NovaLogic video game, Delta Force. TacticalZone was acquired in 2002 by Playnet Inc. In the years following TacticalZone Greg launched many web platforms and SaaS-based products including Cignal, a big data twitter sentiment analysis and predictive tool. Greg has contracted for top companies and organizations such as NASA, Ackerman & McQueen, Match.com, and the NRA. He has become a leading authority on how to create world-class software with a startup development team then scale into a full product organization.

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