: Raymond Chin
and President: Victor Wang
obtained his doctor's degree from the University of Illinois in
Urbana. Before jointly establishing Mtone, Dr. Chin was the Chairman
of the Board and also a Director for Proxim Inc. Dr Chin led Proxim
to develop the first wireless LAN and to pioneer this industry.
Proxim became the first wireless LAN company listed on the NASDAQ.
Dr. Chin also served as a general partner for multiple Silicon Valley
venture firms and also at Ameritech Development Corporation, the
new business development subsidiary of Ameritech.. He has also worked
in the field of optical semiconductor devices.
Victor Wang obtained his doctor's degree on Electronic
Engineering from Stanford University and has owned multiple foundational
patents on wireless network. Having initiated and led the development
of the wireless data network industry in China, Wang won the reputation
as a pioneer in the wireless data network market. Dr. Wang Weijia
presided the development of the first wireless data network in the
world based on the cellular telephone network. The technology evolved
into the North America Wireless Data Standard CDPD today. Wang led
the designation and implementation of the first metropolitan ATM experiment
network of Pacific Bell. He also once took charge of the research
of the fourth generation of personal mobile communication in Interval
Research, a company owned by Paul Allen, one of the founders of Microsoft.
COO: Peng Qiao
Peng Qiao has served as our chief operating officer
since June 2004. From September 2002 until May 2004, Mr. Qiao served
as the chief operating officer of GWTec, a wireless applications and
network provider. Mr. Qiao was also a co-founder of Mtone and was
the vice president of engineering from January 2001 to August 2002
and the director of hardware development from 1994 to 1997. Between
1997 and 2001, Mr. Qiao was a co-founder and chief executive officer
of Legend Silicon Corp., a Silicon Valley startup focused on digital
television technologies. Mr. Qiao held various positions at MII (China),
Computer Systems Engineering, Inc., Aries Research Inc. and Interval
Research Corporation. Mr. Qiao was awarded the China National Science
and Technology Award in 1992. Mr. Qiao holds a B.S. in electrical
engineering from the University of Science and Technology of China
and a M.S. from Tsinghua University.