Portfolio

Internet of Things, Software, IP Telephony, Web Design, Social Media

Amazon:  Fling SDK – 2015

The Amazon Fling SDK is a cross-platform toolkit that enables mobile developers to build Amazon Fling SDK. Build rich multi-screen experiences with Amazon Fire TV rich multi-screen experiences with Amazon Fire TV. The SDK allows sending video, audio and images from iOS, Android or Fire OS mobile apps to Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. With our SDK, you can “fling” media content to Amazon Fire TV and leverage two-way communication between Amazon Fire TV and mobile apps to create engaging second screen experiences.

If you already have an Amazon Fire TV app, Fling provides both playback control and a synced “X-ray” type of experience. Additional services include Remote Install for users to remotely find and trigger Fire TV app installations and Unity support for smart game controller, which provides remote control from mobile device ideal for games and social experiences. For these new second screen scenarios, the core experience is provided in your Fire TV app, using the mobile device as a smart companion accessory.

Cisco:  The Internet of Things (IoT) – 2013

Can the network help reducing $100B traffic congestion cost in the US? What about Internet of Things - IoT improving operations in the agriculture to increase production and reduce chemicals? Or facilitating the monitoring of infrastructure to avoid flooding? The Internet of Things (IoT) is the connection of all machines, devices, sensors, automobiles, cameras and “things” to help customers improve operations and save valuable time, money and even lives. Because IoT embraces all together mobile computing/telephony, wireless sensor network, telemetry, ubiquitous computing and computer networks, at Cisco we are building the technology to solve these world engineering challenges, including the sensing, profiling, control access of vast diversity of macro-end points and interfaces with real time characteristics for the IoT use cases in smart cities, smart grid, industrial automation, transportation and retail.

EL MUNDO  – 2013

el mundo Technology Columnist for the Innovators and Entrepreneurs section

 

Cisco: IPv6 First Hop Security (FHS) – 2012

The Cisco IPv6 First Hop Security (FHS) solution protects networks by mitigating these IPv6 FHS types of attacks and misconfigurations errors. It addresses IPv6 link operations vulnerabilities, as well as scalability issues in large Layer2 domains. You gain a strong defense against attack vectors and widely available tools that exploit vulnerabilities.

Cisco: Instant Access – 2012

The Cisco Catalyst Instant Access Solution simplifies campus or large branch network deployment and operations by connecting Cisco Catalyst 6800ia access switches to Cisco Cisco Instant Access Catalyst 6500 or 6800 Series core switches. IT staff can deploy access switches instantly through a single touch point with feature and configuration consistency. Cisco Catalyst Instant Access offers benefits such as single-switch configuration, consistent features across the campus or branch, centralized consistent security throughout the campus or branch, scaled software-defined networking (SDN) deployment, single software image management and faster service deployments.

VoIPfutura: Open source premier Voice Over IP platform – 2009

VoIPfutura is an open source-based platform of corporative messenger and IP telephony developed by MILDMAC Advanced Solutions. With this system any company, independent of its size, can use advanced call-switching and messages without incurring great costs. Unlike typical call centres and proprietary telephony systems, VoIPfutura is based on free software Asterisk, allowing it to achieve total interoperability with all different types of terminals, ERP, CRM, CTI, IP providers, PSTN lines, mobile phone lines, etc. For VoIPfutura’s development and advancement, we relied on a team of  engineers specialized in the different areas involved in a telephony system, like software development, admin of Linux based systems, real time systems transmissions, telephony hardware, and parameterization of digital and analogical lines, communications, network electronics, and OnSite and Helpdesk services.

TalentiaTech: Own Online Conferencing Startup – 2012

TalentiaTech(TT) is an Internet based start-up that produce a set of inspirational online conferences about Art, Science & Technology in Spanish, English and Russian languages with the goal of initiate key collaboration among several stakeholders: industry, academia, entrepreneurs, successful leaders, local researchers, international professionals from lead industries. By building strong leadership networks, transferring knowledge and experience, and spreading innovation spirit, TalentiaTech aims to trigger new market trend and job opportunities.

CartayaWeb: Own Online Display Advertising Startup – 2006

I started CartayaWeb in 2006 to increase Internet presence of small business in south Spain.

CartayaWeb is web prototype specializing in online design and search engine marketing

  • Designed, developed and marketed a display advertising site- cartayaweb.com- to amplify small local business’ visibility on the Internet (SEO optimization- top three Google Search)
  • Hand-coded 230 Cartayaweb pages in PHP/HTML/CSS, including content
  • Promoted local business using Facebook pages reaching out +20% of town population and increasing the impact of the campaigns by making them more friendly and personal.

MIT Social Media Club: Student organization that addresses social media development and dynamics at MIT – 2010

I co-founded the MIT Social Media Club (see article) to build connections with others at SDM and across the Institute and work collectively to understand the newest channels of communication. In addition to built dynamic, high quality online and real-world communities and user engagement for MIT (65+ blogs and 360+ MIT students, staff and other key stakeholders now use social media), I also lead the following initiatives:

MIT Spanish Club: Student Organization at MIT  – 2010

I co-founded in Spring 2010 together with other six MIT students from Spain a Spanish club at MIT. At that time we were missing having a group of people from our own country to exchange experiences and get support when needed.

MIT is an institution with tons of hidden activities and opportunities. Having a strong network to support Spanish students when they arrive was the motivation for the founding members of the club. Just 6 months after the official recognition as an MIT club, our club board was able to organize very successful events and also invited to Spain’s Former Prime Minister José María Aznar talk at MIT.

MIT INCOSE: International Council of System Engineering (INCOSE) Student Division at MIT -2010

I co-founded in Fall 2010 together with other fellows at my System Design and Management (SDM) master program an student organization focusing in development of System Engineering best practices. The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1990. Our mission is to share, promote and advance the best of systems engineering from across the globe for the benefit of humanity and the planet.

MIT System Design and Management: Master’s Program in Engineering and Management Website Re-design – 2010

My enthusiasm for connective technologies also drove my involvement with the SDM website in Spring 2010 (where I am also a blogger) and the Industrial Relations Committee, where I advocate for using social media to “connect alumni, faculty, student, and industry stakeholders.”  I describe my strategy for leading innovation at MIT as “learning by doing and sharing.”

United Nations Secretariat: Financing for Development Office Website Re-design – 2007

Redesigned the official Financing for Development website, resulting in a 65% increase in awareness of the UN’s official documents among officials and heads of state from more than 160 countries

Migrated a 450-page site and re-wrote clean HTML/CSS code that was cross-browser compatible

The objective of the Financing for Development Office is to provide effective secretariat support for sustained follow-up within the United Nations system to the agreements and commitments reached at the International Conference on Financing for Development, as contained in the Monterrey Consensus, as well as financing for development-related aspects of the outcomes of major United Nations conferences and summits in the economic and social fields, including the development goals set out in the United Nations Millennium Declaration.

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