Improving Computer Scalability & Reliability to Enable Continued Technology Advancement

The Blendics Technical Advisory Board (TAB) is composed of individuals with broad experience in IC technology that can aid the Company as it negotiates future business and technical hurdles. Our Board members include:

RICHARD CATIZONE

President of N-Rock Technology Consulting which specializes in the integration of people, technology and business. Before opening his consulting company, Richard spent 12 years working for Altera Corporation. Mr. Catizone holds a dual engineering degree in Computer & Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management.

CURTIS DAVIS

VP of Engineering & Operations at MulticoreWare Inc., has wide experience in startups, an extremely valuable asset to Blendics.

PATRICK CROWLEY

Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Washington University, received his BA from Illinois Wesleyan University and his PhD from University of Washington. Crowley’s interests span several areas at the intersection of computer architecture and networking systems and his current research projects focus on designing multicore processors and memory systems.

GREG SULLIVAN

CEO of Global Velocity, an innovator in next generation networking security solutions, received his BS from Washington University in System Science and Mathematics. Global Velocity makes use of multiple FPGAs for their powerful deep-packet inspection products. Before Global Velocity, Greg was Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the St. Louis technology-consulting firm G.A. Sullivan which was acquired by Avanade in 2003 after more than 20 years of award-winning growth and with offices in St. Louis, London and the Netherlands.

RON INDECK

Chief Technology Officer and Founder of Exegy, Inc. and CEO of the recent Exegy spin-off, VelociData, Inc. Dr. Indeck has 20 years of industry and academic experience in magnetics and electronics. He received his PhD from the University of Minnesota, was Professor of EE at Washington University in St. Louis and served as the President of the IEEE Magnetics Society.

JEAN ROBERSON

Chief Financial Officer of Appistry. Ms. Roberson brings more than 17 years of experience across all areas of finance. Prior to joining Appistry, she was CFO of Bandwidth Exchange Buildings, was co-founder and CFO of Partner Communications Services and served as Treasurer for Purina Mills. Ms. Roberson has a passion for mentoring early-stage companies and founded the Technology Entrepreneur Center to provide guidance to early-stage companies in St. Louis.

DON WINTER

VP of Engineering and Information Technology at Boeing Phantom Works. Mr. Winter was one of the founders of the Bold Stroke R&D Initiative at Boeing, focused on advancing the state of the art in cyber physical systems. He holds master’s degrees in both physics and business administration.

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