Mr. Robert (Bob) Kamp chairs the Standards and Management Working Group at the Georgia Tech Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT). He currently is a Senior Director in Intel’s IOTG (Internet of Things Group) Market & Channels organization, and focuses on developing Intel’s IOT Ecosystem through partnerships with Global Telcos/TEMs (Telecom Equipment Manufacturers) and CSPs (Cloud Service Providers). He interacts with Intel’s standards support such as the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) and the OpenFog Consortium. Previously, he was Intel’s Director of Sales for Software and Services and managed the North American Service Provider Sales.
Prior to joining Intel, he worked for AT&T/Bell Labs/Alcatel-Lucent where he built a career that spanned many technologies, the work he did is still delivering many services today. His focus was on new technology sales & business development targeting the telecommunications space. His interactions in this capacity frequently involved standards development, and new product design work with the Product Management, Development, Acquisitions and Design teams. He has led many Sales organizations and is quite adept at assessing complex technologies.
Throughout his career, he worked with a variety of telecommunications-centered standards bodies, and was deeply involved in a wide range of related domains such as optical transport, data networking, wireless technologies, and the service layer (IMS and Exposure of Network Resources).
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Missouri Institute of Technology and an MBA from Georgia State University.