Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Nokia VP and SiRF founder to deliver keynotes at 2012 IHS European TMT summit

EL SEGUNDO, USA: Kari Kulojärvi, senior vice president at Nokia, and Kanwar Chadha, chief marketing officer, CSR plc & founder of SiRF Technology Inc., are set to be the keynote speakers at the 2012 IHS European Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) Summit.

Formerly known as the iSuppli European Briefing Series, the IHS European TMT Summit now combines IHS iSuppli and IHS Screen Digest products and services with newly-acquired IMS Research and Displaybank portfolios and expertise to provide a comprehensive analysis of the global technology and media landscape. The event will serve as the premiere gathering place for representatives of hundreds of the world’s leading companies.

Day one key note presented by Nokia VP
The first day of the event will start with a presentation on the future of the TMT sector delivered by Kulojärvi, a senior vice president leading the supply chain for Smart Devices unit at Nokia. In this capacity, Kulojärvi is responsible for delivering great high quality products according to customer needs and managing the related operations. He is also responsible for building a supplier and partner ecosystem needed to create innovative smartphones. Kulojärvi is a member of the Smart Devices leadership team. Prior to this role he was heading sourcing for Smart Devices unit.

CSR executive delivers day two keynote
On day two of the event, Chadha will deliver his outlook for the technology industry.
He is responsible for establishing CSR’s vision, corporate marketing strategies and positioning, strategic alliances and incubating new business ideas. He joined CSR through its merger with SiRF Technology, where he was a founder and helped establish SiRF as the leading provider of GPS-enabled location technology to consumer markets.

Chadha is well known for his visionary role in evangelizing the benefits of location technology for mainstream consumers and holds more than 20 patents in GPS-enabled location technology and communications. He has more than 25 years of experience in various marketing and management positions.

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