Bill Weinberg brings two decades of open source, embedded and open systems, telecommunications,
and other technology experience to his role as Principal Analyst and Consultant at Linuxpundit.com.
He also serves as advisor and mobile chair at several conferences, including the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit
and IDG Open Source World.
Bill's career has included work with key industry standards consortia, serving as General Manager
of the Linux Phone Standards Forum (LiPS), and as Senior Analyst and Initiative Manager at Open Source Development Labs (OSDL),
where he ran OSDL Mobile Linux and Carrier Grade programs.
Prior to OSDL, Bill was a founding team-member at MontaVista Software,
helping to pioneer and establish Linux as the leading platform for intelligent devices. In his extensive and varied career, Bill also worked at
Lynx Real-Time Systems, Acer Computer Brazil, and Microtec Research.
Bill is well known for his writing and speaking on topics ranging from global
adoption of Linux to embedded/real-time computing, from application migration to licensing and standardization, and from
telecom infrastructure to mobile applications. Bill is a prolific contributor to print and on-line journals including
LinuxUser, Search Enterprise Linux and RTC Magazine, and is a frequent speaker and panelist at events like
LinuxWorld, Informa Open Source in Mobile and RTECC.