Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of Global Technology Services at Ibm
Based in Los Angeles, California, United States.
University of California, Santa Barbara
Bridget Karlin is the Managing Director of the Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy and Integrated Products Division at Intel Corporation. She is responsible for Intel’s IoT Strategy, Platform and Product Portfolio marketing and managing the commercialization of IoT partner-branded offerings, leveraging Intel's silicon, software and services, to enable edge to cloud analytics, digital services and advanced communications that engage Intel’s ecosystem of partners to accelerate market adoption. Key vertical industries targeted for IoT solutions include Transportation, Manufacturing, Retail, Smart Home/Smart Building, Energy and Smart Cities. She also represents Intel as an IoT expert that works closely with U.S. government policy makers to influence legislation ranging from industrial IoT to consumer privacy to autonomous driving that keeps pace with technology innovation to enable business, environment and social transformation across a global marketplace. Prior to IoT, Bridget was responsible for driving Intel's Data Center software portfolio synergies to deliver more complete customer solutions, and served as the General Manager of the Intel Hybrid Cloud business. Bridget has previously held executive positions as VP with CompuCom, KPN/Getronics, as investor with Redleaf Venture Capital, VP Product Management for Union Bank, and was president and co-founder of Thinque Systems, a pioneer in mobile software deployed in 43 countries. Bridget serves on the CTA/CES (Consumer Technology Association) Executive Board of Directors and on the advisory board of Zynstra, a UK cloud-based software company. Bridget is a recipient of the 2016 Industrial IoT 5G Innovators award, the Malcolm Baldrige Software Quality award, listed in the top Fast 50 Tech CEO’s, and recipient of the BellSouth Technology Innovator award. Bridget is an authorized spokesperson for Intel.