Ignacio Angulo

Ignacio Angulo, Advisor

Ignacio Angulo is a consummate telecom executive with over 30 years of experience in designing, deploying, expanding and operating wireless, data and fiber optic networks in multiple geographies. Before becoming an independent consultant, he worked for 7 years at AT&T as AVP RAN Engineering and AVP Construction & Engineering roles for the West Region, supporting and expanding 2G, 3G and 4G networks. Prior to that, he was the CTO for Centennial de Puerto Rico (part of Centennial Communications – NYSE:CYCL), a full service provider in the island that was the most significant CLEC provider for business solutions, data networks, submarine capacity and wireless services with revenues around $400M/year; the company was acquired by AT&T in 2009. Prior to Centennial, Ignacio was EVP of Wireless Network Operations and Systems for Movilnet, a nation-wide wireless services provider in Venezuela. The company was controlled by a consortium formed by Verizon, AT&T, Telefonica de España and local investors (NYSE:VNT). He was responsible for major migrations from Analog to 2G and 3G, Y2K, SAP Implementation and Real-Time Prepaid platforms. Before that, Ignacio also worked at Ericsson in Montreal, Canada supporting the whole North American market for Ericsson. Ignacio holds a BSc in Electronic Engineering (5-year program) from Universidad Simón Bolívar in Caracas, Venezuela, and has completed the Executive Program at Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.
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Brad Boston

Brad Boston, Advisor

Boston brings more than thirty years of relevant technology industry experience. He is a recognized team builder and leader, known for his business acumen and technological innovation. He has successfully managed organizations well known for harnessing technology for enhanced services, productivity gains and competitive advantage. Brad Boston joined NetNumber as President and Chief Executive Officer in July 2013. He had been a member of the company’s Board of Directors since April 2002. He refocused the company on the transition of the Telecom industry away from hardware appliances to software systems. He retired on Feb 1 2018 after having grown the company from $13 million in revenue and $0 backlog to $35 million in 2017 with a backlog of $15 million. Today, NetNumber applications run in the critical infrastructure of many tier-1 fixed line, mobile and cable carriers worldwide including Verizon, British Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, BICS (Belgacom), Orange, Vodafone, Comcast, Cablevision and others.

He joined Cisco in August 2001 as Chief Information Officer, a position he held through 2006 at which time became Senior Vice President of Cisco Global Government Solutions Group (GGSG) and Corporate Security Programs Organization (CSPO). As CIO, Boston implemented portfolio management disciplines to consolidate the IT application capabilities for the company. As part of this a major effort to consolidate various disjointed databases in throughout the company was also launched in order to improve operational efficiency and customer management. As the head of GGSG, he advised global defense, space and security agencies on business practices and technology solutions to achieve and enhance their mission goals. One of the GGSG accomplishments under Boston was the launching of a commercial router on the Intelsat-14 satellite as part of the IP Routing in Space (IRIS) Joint Capabilities Technology Demonstration (JCTD) for the US Department of Defense. As head of CSPO, he focused on ensuring the integrity, confidentiality and availability of Cisco’s critical information and computing assets. He also consulted with various governments throughout the world on Cyber Security matters. Boston retired from Cisco in the fall of 2012.

Prior to Cisco, Boston was the Executive Vice President of Operations at Corio, an enterprise-focused Internet ASP. He was instrumental in redefining the company’s product offering and business model. Before joining Corio, Boston served as Executive Vice President of product development and delivery and President of Sabre Computer Services at the Sabre Group. He prepared the organization for its spin-out from American Airlines, an historic transaction that created a leading IT firm valued at more than the former parent company. Additionally, he managed the early development, operations and support of Travelocity.com; led the largest system conversion in the airline industry when USAirways converted to Sabre; and architected the development and implementation of the technology plan to modernize the Sabre system infrastructure and applications. Mr. Boston also has held executive positions at American Express, Visa, United Airlines/Covia and at American National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago, where he began his career. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from University of Illinois, College of Engineering, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. He is a member of the board of directors and Chairman of the Compensation Committee of Vectrus, a defense services business. He is a member of the board of directors of Koolspan, a Mobile Security company headquartered in Bethesda Maryland He is an advisor to the CEO of Spyrus, INC, a company that provides PKI security solutions to government and commercial companies. He has also served in positions on the board of directors of Travelocity, Mercury Interactive, Active Power, Actividentity, the American Red Cross and aap3 a computer services company in the United Kingdom.
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Joel Hariton

Joel Hariton, Advisor

Joel Hariton has over 40 years of experience in deploying and operating wireless networks. He has successfully pioneered new network technologies in rapidly growing commercial operations on 6 continents. Most of these entities were start-up businesses established under harsh conditions. Many were the first cellular services in the country where they were launched.

During the 14 years as the lead engineering executive at Millicom International Cellular, Joel played a key role in growing the company from a market value of $14 million to over $3 billion. As Group CTO and Senior Vice President, he contributed to this rapid expansion through efficient planning and oversight of engineering and technical operations. He carefully managed the expansion of the engineering team from under 35 staff to over 1,000 respected individuals, while keeping careful controls on spending and service quality.

An expert on wireless technology, standards, and operations, Mr. Hariton has negotiated and overseen the efficient deployment of over $600 million in infrastructure hardware and services, often breaking ground with new network concepts, such as the first dual band GSM network globally.

After Millicom, Joel was a senior advisor to CG SAT, now Vivendi International, in Paris, and Vice President of Wireless Services for CH2MHill in London. He was also CTO of Reliance WiMAX World and Afrimax, implementing and operating 4G services throughout sub-Sahara Africa.

Mr. Hariton holds a B.A. from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and did post graduate work in Management Information Systems and Data Communications at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Recently, Joel has been involved with Harvard’s Institute for Applied Computational Science (IACS) in perusing his interest of machine learning.

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Sumit Roy

Sumit Roy, Advisor

(Fellow, IEEE 2007) received the B. Tech. degree from the Indian Institute of Technology (Kanpur) in 1983, and the M. S. and Ph. D. degrees from the University of California (Santa Barbara), all in Electrical & Comp. Engineering in 1985 and 1988 respectively, as well as an M. A. in Statistics and Applied Probability in 1988. His previous academic appointments were at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania, and at the University of Texas, San Antonio; presently he holds the ECE-CoE Integrated Systems Professorship, Univ. of Washington, Seattle. His research interests and technology expertise spans analysis/design and prototyping of wireless communication systems/networks, with an emphasis on various technologies: 5G wireless LANs (802.11ax), 5G New Radio and emerging 5G/beyond 5G standards for vehicular (terrestrial and airborne) networks, multi-standard inter-networking/coexistence and dynamic spectrum access solutions for spectrum sharing. He was elevated to IEEE Fellow by Communications Society for his ``contributions to multi-user communications theory and cross-layer design of wireless networking standards”. He spent 2001-03 on academic leave at Intel Wireless Technology Lab as a Senior Researcher engaged in systems architecture definition and standards development for ultra-wideband systems (Wireless PANs) and next generation high-speed (pre 802.11n) wireless LANs. He served as Science Foundation of Ireland Isaac Walton Fellow during a sabbatical at University College, Dublin (Jan-Jun 2008) and was the recipient of a Royal Acad. Engineering (UK) Distinguished Visiting Fellowship during summer 2011. During 2014-15, he spent a sabbatical year at Microsoft Research, Bangalore, India, as Erskine Fellow at University of Canterbury, New Zealand and as Short Term Visiting Foreign Expert at Shanghai JiaoTung University. He has published over 100 archival journal and 120 conference publications and his research has been consistently funded by various US agencies and industrial organizations leading to 10 awarded US patents. His recent activities for IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) includes membership of several technical (notably Technical Comm. on Cognitive Networks) and conference program committees (IEEE DySPAN). He has served as Associate Editor for all the major ComSoc publications in his area at various times, including the IEEE Trans. Communications, IEEE J. Sel. Areas of Communications, IEEE Trans. on Wireless Communications, IEEE Trans. Mobile Computing and IEEE Trans. Circuits & Systems-II Express Briefs. He has served two stints as IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer 2013-2015, 2017-18. He currently serves as an elected Executive Comm. Member for the National Spectrum Consortium (www.nationalspectrumconsortium.org) and contributes to novel 5G spectrum sharing solutions for the Federal government.
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