International Datacasting Adds New Director


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David J. Smith

Ottawa, ON - Mar 24, 2014 - International Datacasting Corporation has appointed David J. Smith to the board of directors. Throughout his 30-year career in technology and telecommunications, Smith has served in a variety of roles delivering innovative products to market. He has extensive international business experience.

As the executive vice president of Enterprise Mobile Computing at BlackBerry, Smith led the introduction of the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for multiple devices including Apple, Android and BlackBerry 10 devices. Smith also served as a business and technology leader on a wide range of products and services for Bell-Northern Research and Nortel. He was responsible for the development and launch of wireless location based services and was the product manager for one of Nortel's most successful data networking products in the 1990s.

Smith holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and management sciences and master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Waterloo.




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