IoE Day Speakers
Learn about the newest innovations inside the Internet of Everything.
Dr. Jason Zheng serves as vice president, Qualcomm Atheros, Inc. since May 2011. In this role, he is responsible for the northern and eastern emerging accounts in China as well as driving QCA sales in China.
Prior to his vice president role, Dr. Zheng served as vice president of Atheros Inc., Asia Pacific since 2009. Before that, he was the general manager of a venture capital company Asia pacific. He also held several key positions in ATI Research and HP.
Dr. Zheng received his postgraduate education from the Vanderbilt University. He holds a doctoral degree in the field of Electrical Engineering and Biomedical Engineering and a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from China Zhejiang University.
Anthony Murray is a Senior Vice President and General Manager at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., with responsibility for the company’s Internet of Everything (IoE) business unit. In this role, Murray leads the business, product development and go-to-market strategies for solutions spanning a variety of segments. Anthony joined Qualcomm Technologies during the acquisition of CSR, where he served as Senior Vice President, Business Group from 2012 and was responsible for running the core businesses which included platform marketing, engineering and customer support for CSR’s product lines – Voice and Music, Automotive Infotainment, Bluetooth® Smart, Imaging and Location.
He joined CSR in 2001 and held a number of positions during his tenure including Vice President, Automotive Business Unit and Senior Vice President, Wireless Audio Strategic Business Unit. Before this, Anthony was Head Design Engineer at Bella Electronics, an electronics design house, and Electronics Engineer at RDI Communications, a defense electronics firm. He qualified in Electronics Engineering at Technikon Natal in South Africa.
Jeff Lorbeck is a senior vice president and Chief Operating Officer, Qualcomm China, living in Shanghai with his wife and children. Prior to this position, Lorbeck served as senior vice president of product management, with responsibility for the Qualcomm Reference Design (QRD) from the QCT chipset division. Lorbeck has also served as senior vice president of engineering in QCT with responsibility for wireless connectivity groups developing products which implement Bluetooth, WiFi, FM, and mobile broadcast technologies.
Lorbeck joined Qualcomm in 1994 as a senior engineer on the Globalstar systems engineering team and advanced to vice president of engineering, where he led the development of Globalstar user terminals – portable phones, fixed phones, car kits, and satellite data modems. In 2000, Lorbeck became vice president of business development for Globalstar, heading its consumer, data, aviation, and infrastructure product lines. After returning from a Qualcomm assignment in Beijing, China from 2002 to 2003, Lorbeck became vice president and general manager for Qualcomm Technology and Ventures (QT&V), managing both the technology R&D and venture capital functions of QT&V.
Lorbeck led the formation of the MediaFLO business unit beginning from a project within QT&V and served as general manager.
Lorbeck also served as senior vice president of engineering in the MediaFLO Technologies business unit, where he led development of the end-to-end MediaFLO system, including the high-speed, forward-link-only (FLO) air interface and MediaFLO client-server mobile content solutions.
Prior to joining Qualcomm, Lorbeck served as a post-doctoral research associate at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Lorbeck holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, a master’s degree in electrical engineering and a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Raj Talluri serves as senior vice president of product management for Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI), where he is currently responsible for managing QTI’s Internet Of Everything (IoE), mobile computing and Qualcomm® Snapdragon Sense™ ID 3D finger print technology businesses.
Prior to this role, he was responsible for product management of Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ application processor technologies.
Talluri has more than 20 years of experience spanning across business management, strategic marketing, and engineering management.
He began his career at Texas Instruments (TI), working on media processing in their corporate research labs. During that time, Talluri started multiple new businesses in digital consumer electronics and wireless technologies. He also served as general manager of the imaging and audio business for five years, where he led the development of successful digital signal processing technologies for various consumer electronics devices. Later, Talluri was named general manager of the cellular media solution business in TI’s wireless terminals business unit. In this role, he led the successful launch of TI’s OMAP3 and OMAP4 application processor platform for smartphones.
Talluri holds a Ph.D in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. He also holds a Master of Engineering from Anna University in Chennai, India and a Bachelor of Engineering from Andhra University in Waltair, India.
He has published more than 35 journal articles, papers, and book chapters in many leading electrical engineering publications. He has been granted 13 U.S. patents for image processing, video compression, and media processor architectures.
Raj Talluri was chosen as No. 5, in Fast Company’s list of 100 Most Creative People in business in 2014.
Zheng Wang has strong experience in TMT and a deep understanding of the industry with rich industrial research experience. Today, Mr. Wang, focuses on the Smart Home area and started an Internet company independently. Previous to this, Mr. Wang was the CIO of Huapu Information Technologies Company, the VP of Xinhua Ruide under Datang Telecom and VP of Qunyang Electronics.
Carey Lui graduated from the National University of Defense Technology in 2005, where he majored in Information and Communication Engineering. Carey joined the Wechat team, part of Tencent in 2012, with responsibility for establishing the Wechat hardware platform. Carey is presently the superintendent of the Wechat hardware ecosystem, and is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the Wechat ecosystem.