Sunday, December 12, 2010

Stoke Opens in Japan

Stoke, a supplier of mobile broadband gateways, has opened a strategic subsidiary office in Tokyo, Japan and has named Dr. Ikuo Nishioka as director. Nishioka served as president of Intel Japan and vice president of the sales group of Intel Corporation. Upon leaving Intel in 1999, Nishioka established Mobile Internet Capital KK (MIC) an independent venture capital firm with co-investors NTT-DOCOMO, Mizuho Securities, and Internet Research Institute. He served as president and CEO of the company until 2010. Nishioka then became President of Innovation Research Laboratory Ltd. and President of Nishioka Academy as well as Chief Technology Adviser of MIC.

Stoke has previously announced a project win with NTT Docomo.

Stoke is based in Santa Clara, California.

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