yesterday is as far away as history, today is a rush, and tomorrow cannot arrive fast enough

Dear reader,

My name is Ali Sebt. On May 1, I joined IAR Systems to complement its executives in the pursuit of the company’s IoT vision, empowering embedded designers to develop platforms for the IoT economy. I started my career in Silicon Valley in 1985, and over the past 33 years working for start-ups, mid-size companies and large enterprises, the one thing that has been consistent has been our treatment of time.

 

Literally speaking, yesterday is as far away as history, today is a rush, and tomorrow cannot arrive fast enough.  Yes, I am referring to the clock measured 72-hour period. Then, I have witnessed that successful organizations transcend this repetitive 72-hour cycle by articulating a clear vision and executing methodically towards the final goal, with measurable “baby step” milestones. 

As for me, my cycle has taken me from various engineering disciplines to a marketing career, and over the past decade, working in executive management positions.  And today, I have seized on the opportunity, where together with my colleagues, we plan to take part in delivering on the global promise of IoT.

Please stay tuned as I will use this platform to continually elaborate on how AI and Machine Learning, embedded Security and Blockchain, and Cloud versus Edge Computing are transforming how companies are re-innovating their commercial and go-to-market strategies. 

The link below ‘The Embedded World’s Big Bang Phenomenon’ is the first of these series.

Thank you,
Ali Sebt