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Former Intel Executive Dr. Jackson He Joins Blockchain Startup Skynet

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Co-founder and CEO of YingZi Technology and former Intel executive has been announced as an advisor to the futuristic Internet of Things (IoT) blockchain chip startup, Skynet.

Dr. Jackson He is famed for his role at Intel which spanned 23 years at an executive level before founding and running YingZi Technology Ltd, a blockchain and IoT company that serves agriculture supply chains.

Extensive Credentials

During his time at Intel, Dr. He spent six years as the General Manager of Intel Asia and Pacific R&D Ltd., as well as the General Manager of Intel China Software and Services Group (SSG) amongst numerous senior leadership positions within some of Intel’s most prestigious arms such as Intel AI Product Group, Intel Datacenter Group, Intel IT, and Intel Labs. Furthermore, Dr. He was an Intel representative at numerous standards groups such as OASIS, WS-I, DMTF and led the Cloudera and Intel Partnership for big data solutions in China.

The startup he is now a part of, Skynet, is also a blockchain and IoT company with a twist; it positions itself as a platform with an integrated blockchain and optimized chip solution. With this, Skynet’s goal is to connect billions of IoT devices over the next several years which it believes will instantly provide infrastructure and adoption of both cryptocurrencies and the Skynet ecosystem.

Wealth of Experience

Dr. He is renowned for his expertise in industry standard protocols and large-scale enterprise cloud solutions.  Previously the technology mogul worked with Telco, as well as healthcare and internet service providers ...

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