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Scott has worked on advanced wireless networks around the world. As Managing Partner, Scott brings a well-rounded telecommunications operation and strategic planning background to NetLogix. After beginning his career at Pacific Bell in Central Office Engineering, later moving into Tandem Operations, Scott worked in an executive development program at Bellcore before moved into Strategic Technology planning and working as a Senior Manager at Telesis Technology Laboratories. Scott held various senior management positions in Network Engineering and Operations and was involved as a lead negotiator in network infrastructure agreements worth more than $10 billion during his service with AirTouch Communications, SprintPCS, and PrimeCo (which became Verizon Wireless). Subsequently, Scott became the first Vice President of Engineering and Operations for Clearwire. Prior to founding NetLogix, Scott served as Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of SkyRiver Communications.
Scott holds a BSEE degree from San Francisco State University and has completed coursework for his MS in Telecommunications from the University of Colorado.
Ken is responsible for the day-to-day operations of NetLogix's client networks. Beginning his career at Pacific Bell with 24 years of service, Ken has participated in numerous technical roles and has contributed to the development of Pacific Bell's National Network Management infrastructure. Ken went on to Siemens Stromberg-Carlson, where he managed the Pacific Bell support relationship.
Ken became involved at AirTouch, where he helped deploy and manage Germany's first cellular (GSM) network. He returned to the United States to work as NOC Director for PrimeCo (which became Verizon Wireless), then went on to help shape NOC Operations for SprintPCS, and later, Connex GSM (Romania's cellular GSM provider). Before co-founding NetLogix, Ken transitioned to the technology vendor side at Cisco Systems, where he helped develop their MGCP/VoIP product line and Gluon Networks (which became Zhone Technologies).