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Director of Razorfish Mobile Solutions Laboratory
Director of Mobile Solutions Labs
Mobile Solutions Laboratory
Mobile Solutions Laboratory for Razorfish
RazorFish CyberLab Finland
William Jewell College
Razorfish Mobile Solutions
Jason HertlingDirector of Razorfish Mobile Solutions LaboratoryRazorfish Helsinkit. +358 9 612 firstname.lastname@example.org
Intel® Personal Internet Client Architecture
razorfish : The use of Intel's wireless architecture , among other new technologies , will enhance our knowledge and allow us to streamline the convergence of all of our platforms , networks and devices , said Jason Hertling , director of the Mobile Solutions Laboratory for razorfish.razorfish recognizes the importance and need for an open and scalable wireless architecture - which enables us to offer our clients an expanded range of richer wireless and mobile solutions.Working with Intel underscores razorfish's commitment to help transform the next generation of mobile application development..Sentica Corporation : SenticaXchange * provides universal application enabling infrastructure for the wireless world , said Ashok Babbar , CEO of Sentica Corporation.Working together , Sentica and Intel can accelerate the proliferation of the Personal Internet Client Architecture - making development easier for software and application developers and giving businesses and users new power and flexibility to act on information in real-time..
Intel(R) Personal Internet Client Architecture
The use of Intel's wireless architecture , among other new technologies , will enhance our knowledge and allow us to streamline the convergence of all of our platforms , networks and devices , said Jason Hertling , director of the Mobile Solutions Laboratory for Razorfish.Razorfish recognizes the importance and need for an open and scalable wireless architecture - which enables us to offer our clients an expanded range of richer wireless and mobile solutions.Working with Intel underscores Razorfish's commitment to help transform the next generation of mobile application development..Questra Corporation
Jason Hertling, Director, RazorFish CyberLab FinlandThis panel will enumerate their experiences in reformatting and repositioning content.The inherent limitations different mobile devices have in displaying content will be discussed.Jason HertlingJason HertlingDirector of Mobile Solutions LaboratoryRazorfishJason works at Razorfish as the Director of the Razorfish Mobile Solutions Laboratory.As Director of the MSL, he has overall budgetary responsibility, patent filings, intellectual property rights, alliances and partnerships, and implementation of technological advancements.Jason started his career in a US telecom company, Sprint Inc., where he was a Software Engineer.He was successful in helping to develop an internal process application while developing database driven telephony applications for companies such as AOL, EDS, and US Air.In 1996, he joined BHA Group, inc. in Kansas City, where he developed document management applications.While at BHA Group, he worked with database administration, database design, transactional processing, document control, project management, and whatever else he could get his hands on.Jason completed a B.S. in business administration and systems and data processing from William Jewell College in Liberty, MO.
Jason Hertling, director of our Mobile Solutions Labs in Helsinki, nodded with a beaming smile. The razorfish homepageOur stand at the UMTS conference in Barcelona was meanwhile besieged by network operators and mobile phone producers from all over the world.In his presentation, Jason had given a short demonstration of what we think the future will hold for the mobile phone industry.We are pleased that our special skills - from product design through future television to backend technology - are frequently able to contribute a different way of looking at things.It will also be exciting when we gradually transfer the user-centred design approach that we have long been using on the Internet - we call it "intentional user experience" - to mobile solutions.The dialogue with representatives of other important industries began as early as in March, at a conference on mobile solutions of the future that we arranged in San Francisco. Coming as it does, just when the "WAP project" is generally being called a flop, this dialogue between the various groups is important.