Paul Steinberg joined Motorola in 1992 and is presently Chief Technology Officer for Motorola Solutions. Prior to being appointed CTO, Paul was chief architect for Integrated Command and Control and Private Broadband Solutions for public safety systems. Before this assignment, Paul was Chief Architect for carrier wireless infrastructure broadband products (WiMAX and LTE) in Motorola’s wireless networks business. In prior roles, he led system architecture activities for Motorola's cellular infrastructure common platforms as well as the Japan PDC and CDMA2000 cellular access network product families. Throughout his career, he has focused on IP networking, high availability platforms, and application architectures. Paul serves on technical advisory boards for multiple companies that supply products and technologies into the networking industry and is also a member of the Federal Communications Commission Technical Advisory Council as well as the Emergency Response Interoperability Center - Public Safety Advisory Committee. Paul is a member of Motorola Solution's Science Advisory Board Associates, was recognized with the Motorola Dan Noble Fellow award in 2004 and was named a Motorola Fellow in 2006. He also holds several US patents. Prior to joining Motorola, Paul was a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Laboratories where he worked on operating system architectures and the development of shared memory and distributed multiprocessing computing systems.