By Steve Venuti, VP Strategic Solutions
Last Thursday evening, I spent 2 hours at Stanford’s Business School participating in Rob Siegel’s class entitled: “Entrepreneurship – Formation of New Ventures.” Stanford has written a case study on the transitional days of Keyssa when Eric Almgren was brought in as CEO and all the management issues associated with that kind of fundamental organizational change.
Guest Blog Post
Mark Lemmo, Strategic Advisor
Since Keyssa’s inception, the CEO and board have committed to invest in developing a high-speed contactless connector portfolio and as a result, the company has produced fundamental patents in this field. Keyssa currently has over 200 patents issued and filed in the US and abroad and is recognized as the technology leader in this space.
By Sudeep Raj, Marketing
“It’s an unfortunate irony that the device we now rely on so heavily is also incredibly fragile.”
Guest Blog Post
David Pheteplace, Senior VP, Bishop & Associates
One of the older, widely used contacts, the pogo pin, has long established itself as a reliable and trustworthy technology for many applications. Named after the pogo stick toy over forty years ago, this golden spring-loaded contact has played a vital role in making temporary connections, usually for electronic testing, since it was first created.
By Jason Zhang, Marketing
This past quarter, for the first time ever, tech giant and industry leader Apple finally suffered its first loss in sales against none other than the Google Chromebook. Analyst firm IDC released data detailing that in the most recent quarter, sales of Google Chromebooks in the U.S. have surpassed those of Macs by a whopping 37% (Apple Insider).
By Mariel van Tatenhove, VP Product
What I saw yesterday at Lenovo Tech World 16 was by far the most innovative products and concepts in the mobile space I have seen in years.