Claude Pin, based in Nice, France, is the wireless spectrum policy manager for Intel’s Europe, Middle East and Africa communications team. Claude focuses on telecommunications and environment policy influencing governments, regulators and administrations. In this capacity he represents Intel in a number of forums such as France’s European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations and International Telecommunication Union delegations, the Voice on the Net EU coalition and French trade associations including Alliance TICS, Ecoter and Sitelesc. He further represents Intel in the WiMAX Forum, and in the European Telecommunications Standards Institute and AFNOR on WiMAX European standardization processes.
Claude joined Intel in 2001 as part of the worldwide certification team at the Sophia Antipolis technology park in France, where he was responsible for ADSL product testing and type approval. Before he joined Intel, Claude worked at IBM. He earned his engineering degree from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electronique et Radioélectricité in Grenoble, France.