Sid Sung Bio
Sid Sung joined Iveda in January 2020. Sung’s expertise spans high-growth verticals such as home automation, security products, energy management, Machine to Machine (M2M), industrial IoT (IIoT), smart cities and broadband access technologies. For more than 25 years, Sung has been leading successful, high-visibility technology projects for telecommunications companies and emerging service providers. He has been an advocate and a leader in the IoT revolution. Sung was President at People Power China from 2017 until joining Iveda and has also been on the board of directors since 2015. Since 2014, Sung has also been board advisor of Twoway Communications, focusing on the development and deployment of IoT, M2M, smart city/community and connected home solutions. Sung cofounded Connected IO in 2013 and served as COO until 2017. The company specializes in M2M applications. Previously, Sung was Vice President at Lite-On Technology from 2012 to 2013, where he managed IoT solutions for connected home and M2M for IIoT. Sung participated in global utility smart grid trial programs with next-generation energy products including multiple RF frequency gateways and sensors, guiding them to successful development and deployment. From 2007 to 2010, Sung was General Manager for SMC Networks. As General Manager, he spearheaded many initiatives in North America’s telecommunications broadband expansion with ACS TR69 deployment. Starting with delivering his first cloud-based solution for Sprint Canada in 2003, Sung continued to succeed in delivering broadband-enabled applications (BBEA) for home security service providers, including 4Home (acquired by Motorola) and uControl (merged with iControl). During his tenure, Sung led revenue growth from $24M to $100M. In 1994, Sung founded a telecommunications equipment design and manufacturing company Alpha Telecom to focus on ISDN CPE solutions. As Chief Executive Officer, he forged partnerships and developed solutions for global telecommunications equipment manufacturing (TEM) companies including Alcatel-Lucent, Nortel and Siemens. Sid earned his B.S. Degree in Atmospheric Science at National Taiwan University and his Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Alabama Huntsville.