Mike Terpin | Alex Lightman | Rex Wong | Christine Arrington | Dale Geesey | Alan S. Knitowski | Kevin O'Donnell | Limor Shafman | Scott Holmes | Mark Bayliss | Andrew Orgel | Luan Dang | Matt Walton
CEO, Innofone.com Inc.
Alex Lightman is the founding CEO and Chairman of IPv6 Summit, Inc., the leading organizer of international IPv6 events and consultants to government and industry on IPv6 applications, training, and promotion.
On Dec. 6-9, 2005, in Reston, Virginia chaired the US IPv6 Summit. ( www.usipv6.com), following on the highly successful IPv6 Summits in San Diego, June 2003; Arlington, VA, Dec. 2003; Santa Monica, CA, June 2004; Reston, VA, Dec. 2004, and May 2005, as well as IPv6 Day at the Consumer Electronics Show
, Jan. 2004, and the IPv6 Panel at CES
, Jan 2005, all chaired by Lightman
Alex Lightman is a leading writer and speaker on the future of technology and communications.
is the author of the first book on 4G wireless, Brave New Unwired World: The Digital Big Bang and the Infinite Internet , published by John Wiley in 2002 and has published nearly 100 articles for technology, business, and political publications including Red Herring
, Chief Executive, and Internet World.
has been interviewed over 1,000 times in recent years, including 13 times on CNN
is writing The Ever Smarter World and recently completed The Future Engine: How Science Fiction Catalyzes Business and Technology . He
has delivered dozens of highly rated keynotes and hundreds of talks on technology, education and society in over 20 countries.
Lightman is the CEO of Charmed Technology, ( www.charmed.com) which makes wearable computers and achieved world-wide acclaim for producing 100 wearable technology fashion shows in 20 countries.
He is the founding director of The 4G Society and the first Cal-(IT)2 Scholar at the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, a joint program of UCSD and UCI (www.calit2.net).
Lightman has nearly 20 years of high technology management experience and, in addition, has experience in politics (including work for a US Senator), construction, consulting, the oil drilling industry, and the renewable energy industry.
also created, managed and received accreditation for the Nizhoni Institute
, a small school and college, and produced the 100 Brave New Unwired World fashion shows featuring wearable and pervasive computing, which included many of Lightman’s own inventions and designs, such as the patented Charmed Viewer display and the first Internet jewelry.
Harvard Business School featured Lightman
and Charmed in case study that recognized Lightman’s pioneering innovation of presenting computers as fashion.
Both the show and Lightman’s designs are now copied worldwide
is in high demand as a keynote speaker, and has addressed audiences in the US, Japan, China, Europe, India, and Brunei in recent years, at conferences organized by Internet World, Chief Executive, CENIC
, IIRT, Marcus Evans, and the University of California