Intamac's founder and CEO Kevin Meagher has been invited to speak at the 4G Symposium on 31st March in Las Vegas.
The 4G Symposium, hosted by Alcatel Lucent at the Bellagio Resort and Casino, is held before the opening of the renowned CTIA Wireless Event. The conference has been created to jump start the annual event and proudly boasts experts from a broad background, media, healthcare, technology, devices and entertainment. The topic of discussion is "A Connected Future with Endless Possibilities"
Kevin is globally recognised as one of the pioneers in the Connected Home industry. As a former Group captain in the Royal Air Force, Kevin gained extensive experience in managing large, high technology businesses. He has lectured on business management and published papers at both national and international levels. His acute business understanding, renowned vision on innovation and modern business practices have all contributed to him being identified and acknowledged as an ideal candidate to contribute to the conference discussions.
Meagher founded Intamac Systems Ltd in 2000 and has led the company to become the global market leader in monitoring services and solutions for the connected home market. Intamac has recently developed and launched a new wave of home management and control products and services across Europe, with blue -chip partners such as British Telecom, and are developing innovative new applications for mobile devices with Square Connect. (www.squareconnect.com) Intamac's other partnerships include Woon Veilig (www.woonveilig.nl) and LOCKON (www.lockon.dk) , and have seen the launch of the next generation of broadband enabled home monitoring product and service solutions.
Kevin Meagher commented, "It's a wonderful opportunity to be involved with such a dynamic conference and though provoking discussion. I believe that the future development of the Connected Home and Business requires new thinking as well as new technology and the 4G Symposium promises to be a vibrant meeting ground for both. These are exciting and revolutionary times for the Connected Home industry and the market is developing rapidly, with major service provides and product & device manufacturers such as BT, Cisco Linksys, Thomson and Nokia all actively developing propositions."