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Pat Hune has over 25 years experience in the electronics industry including 17 years with Intel.  Pat served as Intel's representative on the USB Implementers joint marketing team comprised of representatives from seven core companies. (Intel, Microsoft, Nortel, IBM, Compaq, NEC and Sony) which drove industry acceptance of USB. She has worked on sales and marketing of ASICs, embedded microcontrollers and microprocessers and as a software development business analyst on a large scale fab inventory control system. Pat currently runs her own business and is a marketing consultant and public relations consultant for high tech start ups and other companies.  

 



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