is a hands-on executive with over 30 years of experience in the communications
industry with a focus on wireless communications for more than two thirds
of that period. Mr. Moskowitz is President and CEO of Wireless Marvels,
an R&D Company that designs and creates wireless products and applications
as well as the infrastructure that supports real time communication
systems. It’s first product, FORE! FM was an FM Radio built into
a golf ball designed for the US Golf Open.
May 2001 – 2002 Mr. Moskowitz was president of ON Networks Inc.
a ten plus person company that utilized Radio Paging Technology to create
intelligent consumer products for the home. Mr. Moskowitz was the founder,
President, CEO and CTO of RTS Wireless, an infrastructure manufacturer
that designed and developed highly redundant and scaleable communication
systems that ran at the heart of Radio Paging, Cellular and PCS networks.
After 13 years of operations, RTS Wireless was sold to Aether Systems
in December 2000 for over $111M.
Prior to starting
RTS, Mr. Moskowitz was SVP of Engineering for Spectrum Communications
and Electronics (SCE), a manufacturer of Radio Paging, Voice Mail, Telephone
Answering and Cellular Mobile Telephone Switching equipment among other
products. He left SCE to start RTS after an unsuccessful attempt to
acquire the company (it was sold to Ericsson Communications a year later).
Mr. Moskowitz was
also President of RTS Electronics Inc. where he designed, developed
and patented (5,249,220) the first special purpose PDA specifically
for sending messages to fax machines and pagers, a product that was
listed for many years in the Guinness Book of Records as the worlds
smallest fax machine.
For the 17 years
prior to joining SCE, Mr. Moskowitz was a senior designer, developer
and consultant in the development of software intensive communication
and real time systems. Among his clients were ITT Domestic Transmission
Systems, Xerox-XTEN, Western Union International, MCI and Citibank.
He was formerly with Graphic Scanning Corporation where he designed
the Graphnet store-and-forward facsimile-messaging network among several
other major communication products operated by the company. He was President
of Intersystem Software where he developed and marketed TICKERTEC™,
a successful real time stock market quotation and analysis system installed
in more than 30 states and Canada.
In addition, Mr.
Moskowitz was a system designer to NASA in the development of the SKYLAB
space station simulator used to train astronauts. He holds a BS degree
in Physics from The Cooper Union, is a senior member of the IEEE and
ACM, created several protocols used to enable Wireless Instant Messaging
systems for AOL and Motorola products, was the creator of the TCP/IP
XML based paging/PCS Wireless Communications Transfer Protocol (WCTP)
protocol, Chairman of the Personal Communications Industry Association
(PCIA) Telocator Network Paging Protocol (TNPP) committee, Chairman
of the Alphanumeric Paging Protocol (TAP) committee, Data Paging Protocol
(TDP) committee, and the Interswitch Paging Protocol (TIPP) Committee.
He has been a magazine author and lecturer in the paging industry, represented
the United States at the European Messaging Systems (ERMES) Committee
meetings in Barcelona, and is a co-author of The Comprehensive Guide
to Paging published by BIA Publications Inc.