Technology >> Analyst Interviews >> February 18, 2002

Wireless Technology & Software: Daniel Campbell Ii – Roth Capital Partners

DANIEL B. CAMPBELL II recently joined Roth Capital Partners as a Senior Research Analyst covering wireless technology and software. Prior to joining Roth Capital, Mr. Campbell was the Director of Research for Palley-Needelman Asset Management, a nationally recognized money manager. At Palley, he was responsible for setting investment strategy, managing research analysts, directing research priorities, and developing investment ideas that outperformed the market. As a member of Palley's Investment Policy Committee, he directed investment policy across a multibillion-dollar asset base. Over the past 11 years, Mr. Campbell has analyzed companies in a multitude of sectors including technology, telecommunications, health care, financials and energy. He received his BA in Economics from the University of Maryland and his MBA from Georgetown University. Mr. Campbell has been a CFA since 1990. Profile
TWST: Within the wireless and software area, where are you focused?

Mr. Campbell: My current coverage focuses on Borland (BORL), Mechanical

Dynamics (MDII), Proxim (PROX) and Microvision