Executive Leadership


Unwired Planet is led by a talented team of visionary executives and board members. Their exceptional combined track record includes building businesses, acquiring and integrating new technologies, and finding innovative ways to help customers' transform their businesses by maximizing new market opportunities.


Daniel Mendez

General Manager, Intellectual Property Division

Timothy M. Robbins

General Manager, Intellectual Property Division

 


Daniel Mendez, General Manager, Intellectual Property Division

Daniel MendezAs general manager of Unwired Planet’s intellectual property business, Daniel is responsible for creating and executing a successful patent strategy for Unwired Planet. Before joining Unwired Planet, Daniel co-founded Visto (now Good Technology) in 1996 and has been instrumental in developing leading industry technologies. He is the principal inventor of multiple patents related to remote access, security and remote synchronization.

Prior to Good, Daniel was Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at American Management Systems (AMS), where he managed large-scale projects and was involved in the AMS Center for Advanced Technologies. Before AMS, Daniel served in a variety of technical leadership and management roles, including Director and Senior Technical Consultant at Cambridge Technology Partners.

Daniel holds an A.B. in computer science, with a concentration in cognitive psychology from Harvard University.

 


Timothy M. Robbins, General Manager, Intellectual Property Division

Daniel MendezAs general manager of Unwired Planet’s intellectual property business, Tim is responsible for creating and executing a successful patent strategy for Unwired Planet. Prior to joining Unwired Planet, Tim served as vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary for Visto Corporation, which acquired and merged with Good Technology, from 2004 to 2011. He has a proven track record of solving complex legal and business problems, and extensive experience in managing and settling high profile multi-jurisdictional IP litigation. He also brings substantial cross-border transactional experience, with licensing and corporate transactions completed in over 30 countries. Prior to Good Technology he worked as an attorney at Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin and Hachigian.

Tim holds a B.A. in business/economics from the University of California Los Angeles and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.