Orchestra Technology, Inc. welcomes Terry Hungle to its Advisory Board. He brings over thirty years of leadership and business experience to the stage and will help tune our growth. Most recently Terry was CFO at Mavenir Systems, Inc, a market leading SDN, NFV and Cloud solutions company providing VoLTE, IMS, RCS and many more innovative solutions to the Mobile eco-system. He also serves on the Advisory Board of Centina Systems. He was formerly CFO at Navini Networks, Inc. (Acquired by Cisco), vice president of corporate development at Spatial Wireless, Inc (acquired by Alcatel) and CFO at Nortel Networks, Inc.
Terry said, “I am excited about what Orchestra is doing in Mobile-Cloud-BigData space and look forward to engaging with them to help them expand their reach”.
“Having Terry on our Advisory Board takes us to next level. Terry brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to help scale our reach in the Telecom Industry. We look forward to his guidance.”, said Anuj Jain, Founder and CEO of Orchestra Technology.
Orchestra Technology is dedicated to improving mobile communications through its products and services. Led by a successful and proven team, their Intelli-Agent Platform speeds up the launch, monitoring and troubleshooting of new technologies such as VoLTE, VoWiFi, LAA, IoT to highlight a few. Their portfolio of Mobile Enterprise Applications enables monetization of networks in numerous ways while the suite of Professional Services aids in ensuring quality, speedy deployment and management of complex networks and products.
Mark Stachiw, a Managing Partner and Founder of Artic Partners, a boutique equity firm investing in technology based companies. Through over 25 years as a senior executive at several well-known telecommunications companies and as a venture capitalist, Mark has catalyzed growth at a plethora of companies by helping shape and drive strategy. Mark has been repeatedly recognized by the business and legal community for his substantial contributions to the organizations he has been privileged to help lead, including his role in corporate board governance.
Prior to joining Artic Partners, Mark was the Managing Partner, General Counsel and Secretary of NxGen Partners where he sourced and evaluated over 350 investment opportunities and directed investments in companies valued over $20 million. Prior to NxGen, Mark was the Vice Chairman, General Counsel and Secretary, at MetroPCS Communications, Inc. (NYSE:PCS), a $6 billion dollar Fortune 500 public wireless communications company, where he was responsible for board governance, legal, regulatory and external affairs and, at times, human resources and corporate development. Mark took MetroPCS public in 2007, helped raise and refinance over $28 billion in debt, and was instrumental in helping the company quintuple its addressable market and over sextuple its revenue. Mark was also played a key role in leading the company’s combination with T-Mobile, the largest domestic merger announced in 2012. Earlier, Mark was a senior executive and chief legal, external affairs and regulatory officer for divisions of several other publicly traded communications companies and an entrepreneur who started several technology companies.
OT CEO Anuj Jain said, “Orchestra Technology will certainly benefit from all the expertise Mark has to offer. His various experience in corporate governance will be a great boon to our future growth and we look forward to having him on our Advisory Board.”
Mark Stachiw adds,” I am excited to be joining the Advisory Board of Orchestra Technology. Orchestra Technologies’ Intelli-Agent platform is a game changer for wireless and it is the foundation for a number of products and services for the network and subscriber device ecosystems. I look forward to helping Orchestra Technology grow its business”.
Phil Peterson is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Silicon Valley startup Context Engines. Prior to Context Engines, Phil served as CEO and VP, Engineering at Qplay, a pioneer in aggregation of Internet video. Prior to Qplay, Phil held engineering leadership roles in the iCloud group at Apple during a period of hyper-growth. Phil was an engineering leader at enterprise-mobility startup Good Technology, and later co-GM of the Good team at Motorola. Phil led engineering teams at Netscape in the ‘90s, specializing in messaging and embedded browser technologies. Earlier in his career, Phil held software development roles at Collabra Software, Borland International, Xerox and Data General.
Orchestra Technology, Inc. welcomes Wayne Irwin to its Advisory Board. With over 30 years of executive experience in Technology, Wayne has a track record of successfully implementing organizational transformations and business growth to achieve measurable results. Wayne is currently a Director in Intel’s Internet of Things (IOT) group that is in charge of developing the overall partner ecosystem for the IOT.
Prior to joining Intel, Wayne served as a Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Embedded and Connected Services division of Symphony Services, a global technology development and services company. His team was the catalyst for the strategic development of Symphony Services plan, to grow both traditional embedded computing and entry into the new connected market of the IOT. Previously, Wayne was the President of the Americas division for Acision, where he led a 5X growth in revenues and profitability for the organization. Wayne is a customer centric Executive. Under his leadership, his teams have solved complex business issues with well architected solutions based on a combination of products, services, and software platforms.
On joining Orchestra Technology’s Advisory Board, Wayne said,” I am excited to be joining the elite executive advisers to assist with the development and growth of the company especially in the Internet-of-Things domain. Orchestra Technology’s, Intelli-Agent Platform positions them extremely well to accelerate the IOT adoption in the market place.”
Anuj Jain, Founder and CEO of Orchestra Technology adds, “We are excited to have Wayne on board. His experience in management, sales and mentoring nature are tremendous assets for us. We look forward to his guidance to continue our growth in 2016 and beyond.”
Orchestra Technology, Inc. welcomes Rob Strickland to its elite Advisory Board. Rob brings over 25 years of leadership and business experience. Presently he heads Digital Nexus. Prior to Digital Nexus, Rob was the CTO of Leap Wireless/ Cricket Communication. Cricket provided innovative, high-value wireless services to a young and ethnically diverse customer base of nearly 5 million customers and was acquired by ATT in 2015. Rob IT, Engineering, Operations and Product Realization for CDMA and LTE networks. Over his career, Rob Strickland served as Senior Vice President and CIO at T-Mobile USA from 2006-2010. He also served as CIO for Echostar/Dish network, Continental Cablevision and CTO for Landmark Communications (former owner of the Weather Channel). Early in his career he worked at Apple (5 years), Harvard Business School, Stratus Computers and Honeywell International.
He has co-founded two product startups OurHive and Selfie 123. Rob serves on the boards of Centri Technology and CEARCH. He advises many startups and executives throughout the industry and acts as a catalyst for innovation.