June 21, 2018
Intel’s Asha Keddy Joins CTIA Board .
WASHINGTON – CTIA®, announced that Asha Keddy, Intel Vice President and General Manager of Next Generation and Standards (NGS), joined CTIA’s Board of Directors effective immediately.
Intel is a long-standing CTIA member and plays a key role in virtually every segment of the smart, connected world – from the cloud to the network and the device. As a global leader in innovation and next-generation networks, Intel is developing technologies to support 5G deployments and use cases worldwide.
“I’m excited to welcome Asha to the CTIA Board,” said CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker. “Intel is a valued CTIA member working at the forefront of 5G innovation. We look forward to working with Asha on ways to advance next-generation 5G networks and unleash their full potential for businesses and consumers.”
“With the shift to 5G, the worlds of communication and computing converge, fundamentally enabling new usages and requiring fully end-to-end technology solutions,” said Keddy. “I am excited to join CTIA and my colleagues across the industry as we all work to bring the benefits of 5G to all.”
Keddy is a recognized industry leader, with a team that uses a combination of products, trials, prototypes, global standards, industry consortia, and work across homes, cities and enterprises to drive new business verticals. In collaboration with industry partners, the group facilitates trials and business development to support use cases as well as engagement in government and policy advocacy to deliver highly innovative capabilities.
The full list of the CTIA Board of Directors is available here.
CTIA® (www.ctia.org) represents the U.S. wireless communications industry and the companies throughout the mobile ecosystem that enable Americans to lead a 21st century connected life. The association’s members include wireless carriers, device manufacturers, suppliers as well as apps and content companies. CTIA vigorously advocates at all levels of government for policies that foster continued wireless innovation and investment. The association also coordinates the industry’s voluntary best practices, hosts educational events that promote the wireless industry and co-produces the industry’s leading wireless tradeshow. CTIA was founded in 1984 and is based in Washington, D.C.