Fred Stein

Business Development, Cisco Systems

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Professional Experience

Software Program Manager at Sun Microsystems Inc., Mar '05 - Nov '07
Strategic Partnership Programs at Sun Microsystems, Inc., Oct '99 - Mar '05
Product Manager at Nortel
Business Development at Cisco Systems
Business Development at OEM Business Development, Dec '07 -
Event team volunteer at VLAB
Product Manager at Hitachi Computer Products America, Inc., Jan '89 -
Business Development Consultancy at Continuous Computing, Jan '08 - Jul '11
US Sales Manager at Esys Corporation, Oct '94 - Jul '95
Business Development at Cisco, Oct '10 - Jul '11
Product Manager at Nortel Networks
Memeber at JHTC
Product Manager Network Software at Sun Microsystems, Inc., Jul '95 - Aug '98
Product Manager at Northern Telecom
Member at SDForum

Education

University of Central Florida - College of Business Administration at N/A
University of Wyoming at NA
University of Oregon at BS

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AAPL $113
  • made a price estimate 8/29/14
  • tags: AAPL
  •  iPhone Pricing
     Mac Notebooks Gross Profit Margin
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  • commented 12/21/11
  • tags: AAPL
  • Fire and Apple? The real questions are: How much of the Fire sales are incremental by opening a dramatically lower price for a lesser product, vs competitive, taking iPad business from Apple? And Should Apple respond to the sub-$300 tablet market?

    Amazon is the first successful non iOS tablet. It's all about price. IMHO, Apple should respond. Maybe when the iPad 3 comes out, the older models get discounted heavily. Don't expect Apple to reach much lower, with negative margins like Amazon. [ less... ]
    Fire and Apple? The real questions are: How much of the Fire sales are incremental by opening a dramatically lower price for a lesser product, vs competitive, taking iPad business from Apple? And Should Apple respond to the sub-$300 tablet market? Amazon is the first successful non iOS tablet. It's all about price. IMHO, Apple should respond. Maybe when the iPad 3 comes out, the older models get discounted heavily. Don't expect Apple to reach much lower, with negative margins like Amazon.

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