|[December 16, 2013]
MC10 Taps Sanjay Gupta as Vice President of Product Development
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. --(Business Wire)--
today announced that it has hired former Motorola (News - Alert) Mobility executive, Dr.
Sanjay Gupta as its Vice President of
Product Development. With extensive experience in both consumer
electronics and wireless communications, Dr. Gupta will lead the
development of MC10's next-generation, wearable
and stretchable electronic products and platforms.
Mr. Gupta joins MC10 following a 15-year career with Motorola
Mobility - A Google Company that included roles in research, work on
wireless standards and infrastructure and ultimately as vice president
of product development for the company's $500 million wireless
accessories business. He has a bachelor's degree from the Indian
Institute of Technology, Kanpur, and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering
and Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
"MC10's ground-breaking technology is transforming the way we interact
with electronics," said Mr. Gupta. "It's an honor to join this
distinguished team of innovators, and to collaborate on shaping the
future of electronic devices."
MC10 is reshaping high-performance electronics into body-compatible,
conformal and wearable systems. The company partners with industry
leaders to develop innovative new products in consumer markets, digital
health and medical devices.
"Adding Sanjay to the team will help MC10 accelerate the development of
disruptive consumer products that improve our lives," said David
Icke, CEO of MC10. "His background in both consumer electronics and
wireless communications is a great fit as we bring innovative
body-integrated computing to our target markets."
Sanjay will be joining the MC10 team at the 2014
International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas from January
7-10, where the company will be unveiling its' next generation of
stretchable, wearable electronics.
MC10 reshapes electronics to make life better. The company takes
conventional high-performance electronics, and reshapes them in
body-integrated form factors that stretch, bend and twist seamlessly
with our bodies and the natural world. Visit MC10 online at www.mc10inc.com.
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