Kristian Saether

Kristian Saether holds a M.Sc. degree in cybernetics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. He has 18+ years of experience in the global semiconductor industry holding various R&D, applications-, -marketing and -product management roles for microcontrollers, processors, UWB radar and wireless solutions. Kristian joined Nordic Semiconductor in 2019 and is currently the Product Director for Nordic’s cellular IoT and DECT NR+ product solutions. He enjoys working with new technologies set to transform the world.

Four Actions to Strengthen the U.S. Intellectual Property System

By Hideki Tomoshige and Sujai Shivakumar A reliable and robust intellectual property (IP) system is a pillar of the nation’s innovation system. In an era when economic growth, global competitiveness, and national security are all predicated on relative strengths of national innovation systems, the United States needs to take deliberate
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What Can Patent Data Reveal about U.S.-China Technology Competition?

By Alexander Kersten, Gabrielle Athanasia, and Gregory Arcuri The United States and China are engaged in a strategic competition for global technological leadership. In seeking ways to gauge this competition, business leaders, policymakers, the media, and even the courts often turn to data on patent filings. Prudent use of this data
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Beyond Decoupling: Managing the U.S.-China Innovation Relationship

By Christopher Borges America’s innovation partnership with the People’s Republic of China is seeking a new equilibrium, recognizing China as the most important strategic competitor on one hand, and acknowledging the realities of mutual dependencies and economic pragmatism on the other. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s visit to China has to
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