CEO with more than 25 years of sales and BD experience, Krish Kupathil is positioning Mobiliya on the international
mobility-engineering map. Krish has broad experience in building and managing international technology businesses with a special understanding of the IT/telecommunications industry, as well as professional qualifications in finance
A veteran of the mobile engineering industry and authority on enterprise mobility, Krish has been published and quoted in renowned publications such as Slashdot, TechCrunch, Training Magazine, Small Business Computing and TechTarget. He honed his many talents—business development, sales strategy development and strategic-alliance building—through executive positions at Azingo (acquired by Motorola), MyZenPlanet Inc., and FSMLabs (acquired by WindRiver). He earned a CA, B. Com (with honours) in Management and Accountancy from ICAI, Delhi University, and studied at the Frank Anthony Public School in New Delhi.
Ankush Tiwari is responsible for building Mobiliya’s global engineering teams, engineering delivery responsibilities and engineering strategy and direction for the embedded and mobility group. He has more than a decade of experience in software for mobility, having served as the Lead Architect for Azingo (acquired by Motorola), where he led the Web 2.0 application framework and middleware architecture for the Open Source Linux Platform and the open source browserfor embedded systems.
Ankush’s stand-out leadership at Motorola involved the development of application software for Motorola mobile phones; work on the Motorola Internet browser’s rendering engine, brew applications and declarative UI framework. He was the Tech Lead for Motorola Mobility, where he led teams in creating declarative UI and development for iDEN devices shipped to Sprint/Nextel. He earned his B.E from University of Pune and studied at the Army Institute of Technology.
With 12 years of experience in mobile and enterprise software, Maxence Cacheux offers in-depth understanding of what clients need from mobile and enterprise solutions. Maxence boasts a proven track record of striking successful deals with customers and global partners with his customer-focused and data-driven product strategies and management.
He served as VP of Development at Ateji, a software tools start-up specializing in parallel-programming technologies, and as the EMEA Director & Strategic Alliance at Azingo (acquired by Motorola). He earned the Samsung Best Marketing Achievement Award during his tenure at Samsung. There, he established and directed a Microsoft/Samsung alliance worldwide for mobile devices and achieved more than $1 million in savings. Maxence earned his MBA from INSEAD, one of the top business schools in the world, and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from ISEN. Thanks in part to his passion for discovering new cultures, he speaks six languages. (He’s fluent in English, French, Spanish and German).
During his 15-year sales and business development career, Charles Park has built a reputation with embedded software technologies and the wireless and mobile industry, with experience spanning marketing, project management, partnership maintenance, team building and operations. That knowledge and skill has served Park in several countries and business cultures, including Korea, Japan and the U.S.
Prior to joining Mobiliya, Park led the Korean operations of Azingo Inc., a strong driver in LiMo foundation and the Linux platform. At McubeWorks Inc., he headed the business development team for embedded multimedia technologies and solutions and locked most top-tier handset OEMs and well-known mobile- device OEM/ODMs worldwide.
Yijun YU has worked in the space of embedded devices and linux based mobile operating systems for the past 15 years. He is now leading an experienced Linux kernel/driver team in China which has delivered quite a few popular devices for tier 1 customers, including mobile phones, smart glasses, etc.
Thomas Winkler heads Strategic Initiatives for Mobiliya, driving new business areas such as Augmented Reality, IOT and Mobile App Development with key clients. He has over 20 years of experience in product management and software engineering, from startups to large multinational companies.
With more than 15 years of experience in embedded systems engineering, middleware & application development in various mobile platforms, Pankaj is just the perfect leader for Mobiliya’s engineering and enterprise mobility initiatives in North America.
His acute project planning and execution have been pivotal in accomplishing some of the most critical engagements in Mobiliya namely the Samsung Knox engineering & R&D capabilities, Security Certifications like FIPS, CC and STIG and Mobile Operator Certifications for global telecom operators like AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint. Pankaj played a key role in designing and architecting the KNOX framework - Managed VPN, SSO Integration, KNOX containers, managed containers framework and extended SAFE framework.
Apart from being the brain guiding the product engineering and engineering delivery responsibilities, Pankaj oversees vital business areas like building technical partnerships, collaborations and affiliations. He has also been the driving force behind the ideation and development of some of the most innovative enterprise manageability platforms and custom ROMs.
Before becoming a part of Mobiliya, Pankaj was the Tech Lead at Motorola where he led the team on BREW and P2K application development. Pankaj began his career with Zensar Technologies where he worked on product development for global electronics giants like Fujitsu.