MyCTO is a technology strategy management advisory service geared towards C-level executives, CEO/CTO/CIO, in various enterprise and vertical markets. This service can last from a few hours per month to more elaborate engagements for a monthly retainer fee. It is made flexible to fit the executive specific needs and it is given by our principal consultant.
Dr. Jacob Sharony brings over 25 years of experience and expertise in mobile and wireless technologies working in world class companies on several 'first of its kind' products and solutions. He has more than 50 US patents issued or pending in the areas of enterprise mobility, wireless networking, and mobile devices and applications (WiFi, LTE, small-cells, M2M, RFID/RTLS).
Included below are few examples on how MyCTO works based on previous engagements:
- Equipment vendor A: worked closely with the CTO on a new wireless initiative. The consulting agreement was for up to 10 hours a month and lasted for two years.
- Service provider: worked in the CTO office helping in the development of new service offering and contributed to the solution architecture and technology strategy. This engagement was for 2-3 days every week and lasted for about 18 months.
- Equipment vendor B: worked in the CTO office on new category of products and contributed through innovation (several patents filed by the company) and technology strategy. This engagement was for several days every week and lasted almost two years.
Dr. Jacob Sharony
Dr. Jacob Sharony is an accomplished scientist and executive with over 25 years in technology and business experience, with particular strengths in vision, strategy and technology innovation. He is principal consultant at Mobius Consulting an independent consulting firm focused on mobile and wireless technologies. Dr. Sharony is an adjunct professor of electrical engineering at Columbia university. He was VP innovation at Powerwave Technologies a leader in wireless infrastructure solutions. Before that he was director of network technologies research at SUNY Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology. He spent eight years with Motorola (formerly Symbol Technologies) enterprise mobility division. At Motorola he served as senior director research and development and technology strategy pioneering novel wireless architectures and mobile products. Prior to Motorola he held engineering and management positions in diverse technology disciplines at BAE Systems, NEC Research Institute, and IBM Research. Dr. Sharony received a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Columbia University and MBA from Tel-Aviv University. He has over 50 U.S. patents issued or pending and has published extensively in scientific journals and conferences. He consults and serves as an advisor to industry and government on mobile and wireless technologies.