David Caplan, Chairman of the Board of Directors for Objectivity, Inc.
Chairman of the Board of Directors, oversees the long-term direction of the company. He joined Objectivity in 1992 as President, CEO and Chairman. Before joining Objectivity, David served as an independent management consultant and interim CEO for startup companies including Legato Systems, Resonex and Photon Dynamics. Prior to that, he was President and CEO of Tolerant Systems, the predecessor company to Veritas Software Corporation. In addition, David was a General Partner of Adler and Company, a venture capital firm, from 1984 to 1986. David holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in mathematics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an M.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania, and an EJD from the Concord Law School.
Dr. Inder Singh, Chairman of the Board of Directors for Lynuxworks, Inc.
Dr. Inder M. Singh is the Chairman of LynuxWorks and was CEO until 2006. He founded Excelan, an early leader in local area networks in 1982 and served as its chairman, CEO and president until 1985. Excelan later merged with Novell. Dr. Singh was a co-founder of Kalpana, which pioneered Ethernet switching technology, and was one of Cisco's early acquisitions. Dr. Singh is a director of PacketStream and PocketPass, and has served on the boards of Mylex, Kalpana, Omnitel, Integrated Media Systems, Univation, Vivix, and Eon Systems. Dr. Singh is Board Chairman and ELC President for the Embedded Linux Consortium. In addition to his experience with high technology start-up companies, Dr. Singh has prior management and technical experience with Zilog, where he headed the Networking and Advanced Systems Development Group. At Zilog, he was the architect of the Z8000 UNIX®-based product line. Dr. Singh has also held positions at Amdahl, where he was a Senior Computer Architect, Gartner Research, the Yale Computer Center, and Ontel. He holds Ph.D. and M.Phil. degrees in computer science from Yale University, and an MSEE from Polytechnic Institute of New York.
Haydar Haba, Founder of Intelepeer, Inc.Haydar Haba is an established expert in the telecommunications industry, Mr. Haba founded Intelepeer after a thorough study of the issues limiting global communication and realizing the future of SIP-based VoIP communications. Mr. Haba has over 18 years experience in the communications industry. Prior to IntelePeerTM, Mr. Haba was Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Telco 214, an emerging leader in the international voice market that was successful in winning large market share from AT&T, MCI and Sprint. Mr. Haba began his career at Symetrics Industries, a publicly traded defense communications and computer telephony integrator. Mr. Haba is recognized internationally as an innovative and revolutionizing force within the communications industry. His knowledge and opinions on global communications and the future of VoIP have been featured commentary in print and broadcast media. Mr. Haba has completed PhD course work in Electrical Engineering and holds Bachelor of Science and Masters degrees from Florida Institute of Technology.