Ray Martino is currently the Senior Vice President, Design and Engineering for Aliph -- makers of the Jawbone headset. Ray lead the team responsible for the headset industry's first digital wind filter to reduce wind noise.
Prior to this, he was Vice President of Technical Strategy at Symbol Technologies during their acquisition by Motorola. He started with Symbol in 1987 as part of the founding team who established Symbol's wireless network business in San Jose, California. Ray held ever-increasing roles at Symbol, including time as General Manager of Symbol's Wireless Infrastructure Division.
Ray played a key role in engineering many disruptive innovations including the first in the world, Wireless LAN Switch, first VoIP over WLAN phone, first 802.11 WLAN products and first in the world handheld computer with WLAN.
Ray is a founder of Hands of Hope Africa a charitable organization helping children orphaned by AIDs in Africa and founder of the Luke 12:15 Foundation.
Prior to joining Symbol, Mr. Martino was a Design Engineer with Intel Corporation.
Mr. Martino earned his MSEE from University of California Davis and BSEE from Drexel University
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