QuantumIOT was founded on the bold vision of assembling an elite team of IoT engineers and data scientists to provide industrial IOT system integration services. Our experience spans every step of IoT project development, from hardware, to telecom technology, to data analytics and machine learning. Each member of our leadership team is highly accomplished and seasoned in his or her field. As a team, we’re both agile and powerful, so that we can tackle the big problems in system integration that many enterprise companies face in executing their IoT goals.
Jeff builds winning teams. These teams have provided strategic and tactical expertise to companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500. Prior to QuantumIOT, he served as CTO of Numerex, a leading provider of M2M solutions. He was the Chair of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) TR-50 Smart Device Communications Standards Committee and the Convener of the Global Standards Collaboration (GSC) M2M Standardization Task Force.
Jeff is no stranger to emerging technologies. As a scientist for Motorola, The Robotics Institute, and the SuperCollider he has worked on wireless sensor and control systems developed for the FBI, CIA, DOD, DOE, NASA, and USPS – from autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles to particle accelerators.
In 1993 Jeff co-founded OnRamp Technologies, a leading Internet Service Provider, which became the first investment of Verio. Jeff served as Verio’s Regional President and a board member as the company grew to one of the largest web-hosting companies in the world and a principal international ISP. Verio was sold for $6B to NTT.
In 2002 Jeff founded SensorLogic, one of the industry’s leading Telemetry Service Providers (TSP). Jeff was a co-founder of Via, Vericenter, Vaultnet, Memorial.com, Advanced Home Automation, i2b Ventures, and Ublip (aquired by Numerex in 2008). Jeff has served or serves on the boards of technology companies including Numerex, Winning Habits, CreditAnswers, Vericenter, and Verio. Jeff has also served as an advisor to several Venture Capital funds.
Jeff has a B.S. in Engineering Science from Trinity University, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington, where he serves on the Development Board of the University and the Advisory Board of the College of Engineering.
Steve has been developing software solutions for over 20 years, exclusively focusing on IoT for the last 10. Prior to joining QuantumIOT Steve was the VP of Software Application Architecture at Numerex and VP of Product Development at SensorLogic, in addition to several technical founder roles.
As the leader of QuantumIOT’s software solutions he supervises both web and mobile app development. Steve’s experience spans vehicle, fleet, and asset tracking, oil and gas tank-farm monitoring, mobile medical device monitoring, security and home automation controls, and other industrial solutions.
Steve holds a doctorate in Computer Science and Engineering from The University of Texas at Arlington and is a pioneer in the field of Big Data Analytics, having published numerous peer-reviewed papers in the area of streaming data analytics for IoT and holds multiple patents.
Andrew brings over 15 years of experience in design and architecture. Prior to QuantumIOT Andrew focused on highly scaleable and robust SaaS IoT platform architectures as the VP of Software Engineering and Architecture at Numerex.
Andrew is currently heading up the architecture of QuantumIOT’s industrial grade SaaS based mashup-of-microservices ‘unplatform’, which exposes standards-based ingestion, data analytics, stream computing, machine learning, and data lake services.
Andrew is an evangelist of the open source and open hardware communities, holds several patents in the IoT space, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from Texas A&M.
Michael has over 22 years of experience in the telecommunications and computer industry, primarily as founder and technologist.
Michael was founding partner of CoreXchange, Inc. (acquired by Zayo Group), director of telecommunications and special projects for NTT/Verio, a director for OnRamp Technologies, and served as a founding principal of Ascend Partners, an investment banking firm focused on strategic advisory services for established technology companies.
Michael also developed embedded hardware and software systems architecture for several telecommunications and government laboratories including Harris Controls and the Department of Energy’s Superconducting Supercollider High Energy Physics Laboratory in Dallas Texas.
Michael graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a bachelor’s degree in computer science engineering.