Kris Rinne was inducted into the Women of Science and Technology Hall of Fame for her outstanding contributions to the growth of wireless communications. She joins Marian Croak and other influential women in STEM. Kris was honored at the 19th Annual WITI Hall of Fame Dinner last night, June 2, in Silicon Valley.
Kris Rinne is responsible for planning the evolution of the AT&T Global IP backbone, mobility core, radio access roadmap, wireless device requirements and certification, and the technical solutions for AT&T's products and services.
Ms. Rinne and her team have been involved in many industry firsts, including the world's first wide scale launch of UMTS/HSPA in 2005, the initial iPhone launch, and the distributed architecture for 4G LTE in 2011.
Read more on the WITI Hall of Fame Website.