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Board of Directors

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1366 Technologies Board of Directors

5 Board of directors

1366 Technologies has 5 board of directors, including Bob Metcalfe.

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Bob Metcalfe

While an engineer-scientist (1965-1979), Bob helped pioneer the Internet. In 1973, at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, he invented Ethernet, the local-area networking (LAN) standard on which he shares four patents. Now, 35 years later, about 350 million new Ethernet ports are shipped annually.While an entrepreneur-executive (1979-1990), Bob founded 3Com Corporation, the billion-dollar networking company where at various times he was Chairman, CEO, division general manager, and vice president of engineering, sales, and marketing.While a publisher-pundit (1990-2000), Bob was CEO of IDG's InfoWorld Publishing Company (1992-1995). For eight years, he opined about the Internet in an InfoWorld column read weekly by half a million information technologists.Bob's books include Packet Communication, Beyond Calculation, and Internet Collapses.

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Carmichael Roberts

Carmichael is a founding partner of Material Impact, a fund that seeks out transformative technologies and builds them into enduring companies that solve real-world problems. The fund's strategy is based on Carmichael’s successful career as an entrepreneur-investor in “materials,” blending a unique business model of licensing university technology and commercializing it through targeted partnerships with Fortune 500 companies. Carmichael is also a member of Breakthrough Energy, a mission-oriented group committed to changing the world by creating and building companies that address the threat of climate change and long-term sustainability of the planet. As part of their work, Breakthrough Energy will invest over $1B over the next 20 years to help scale products for energy, transportation, agriculture, and construction. As a General Partner at North Bridge Venture Partners, Carmichael financed and built several successful companies, including 1366 technologies and Foro Energy. As co-founder and chairman of nonprofit Diagnostics For All, he is developing paper-based diagnostics to serve marginalized patients globally. Prior to North Bridge, Carmichael co-founded several ventures, and served as President and CEO of Arsenal Medical. Prior to his entrepreneurial career, he worked in BD at GelTex Pharmaceuticals, acquired by Genzyme for $1.3 billion, and in new product and business development at Dow Chemical. Carmichael serves on the boards for the National Venture Capital Association and Massachusetts General Hospital Physician Organization. In 1999, he was named by MIT’s Technology Review as one of the world’s top 100 young entrepreneurs. Carmichael is a trustee of Duke University. Carmichael received his BS and PhD in organic chemistry from Duke University and completed his postdoctoral National Science Foundation fellowship at Harvard University. Carmichael also has an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.

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Emanuel Sachs

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Reidar Langmo

Reidar Langmo has more than a decade of clean energy expertise. He was one of the founders of both ScanWafer (1994) and REC (2000), which became one of the world’s leading solar companies. Reidar held positions as chairman and CEO both in REC and its subsidiaries. He played a key role in connection with REC’s strategic acquisitions of ASiMI’s silicon plants both in 2002 and 2005. In 2006, REC had the most successful clean energy IPO to date with an $8B market cap. Reidar holds an MSc from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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Reider Langmo

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Bob Metcalfe

Carmichael Roberts

Emanuel Sachs

Reidar Langmo

Reider Langmo

Firm

Work History

While an engineer-scientist (1965-1979), Bob helped pioneer the Internet. In 1973, at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, he invented Ethernet, the local-area networking (LAN) standard on which he shares four patents. Now, 35 years later, about 350 million new Ethernet ports are shipped annually.While an entrepreneur-executive (1979-1990), Bob founded 3Com Corporation, the billion-dollar networking company where at various times he was Chairman, CEO, division general manager, and vice president of engineering, sales, and marketing.While a publisher-pundit (1990-2000), Bob was CEO of IDG's InfoWorld Publishing Company (1992-1995). For eight years, he opined about the Internet in an InfoWorld column read weekly by half a million information technologists.Bob's books include Packet Communication, Beyond Calculation, and Internet Collapses.

Carmichael is a founding partner of Material Impact, a fund that seeks out transformative technologies and builds them into enduring companies that solve real-world problems. The fund's strategy is based on Carmichael’s successful career as an entrepreneur-investor in “materials,” blending a unique business model of licensing university technology and commercializing it through targeted partnerships with Fortune 500 companies. Carmichael is also a member of Breakthrough Energy, a mission-oriented group committed to changing the world by creating and building companies that address the threat of climate change and long-term sustainability of the planet. As part of their work, Breakthrough Energy will invest over $1B over the next 20 years to help scale products for energy, transportation, agriculture, and construction. As a General Partner at North Bridge Venture Partners, Carmichael financed and built several successful companies, including 1366 technologies and Foro Energy. As co-founder and chairman of nonprofit Diagnostics For All, he is developing paper-based diagnostics to serve marginalized patients globally. Prior to North Bridge, Carmichael co-founded several ventures, and served as President and CEO of Arsenal Medical. Prior to his entrepreneurial career, he worked in BD at GelTex Pharmaceuticals, acquired by Genzyme for $1.3 billion, and in new product and business development at Dow Chemical. Carmichael serves on the boards for the National Venture Capital Association and Massachusetts General Hospital Physician Organization. In 1999, he was named by MIT’s Technology Review as one of the world’s top 100 young entrepreneurs. Carmichael is a trustee of Duke University. Carmichael received his BS and PhD in organic chemistry from Duke University and completed his postdoctoral National Science Foundation fellowship at Harvard University. Carmichael also has an MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management.

Reidar Langmo has more than a decade of clean energy expertise. He was one of the founders of both ScanWafer (1994) and REC (2000), which became one of the world’s leading solar companies. Reidar held positions as chairman and CEO both in REC and its subsidiaries. He played a key role in connection with REC’s strategic acquisitions of ASiMI’s silicon plants both in 2002 and 2005. In 2006, REC had the most successful clean energy IPO to date with an $8B market cap. Reidar holds an MSc from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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1366 Technologies Management Team

6 Team Members

1366 Technologies has 6 executives. 1366 Technologies's founder is Andrew Gabor. 1366 Technologies's current Founder, Chief Executive Officer is Frank van Mierlo.

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Frank van Mierlo

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Current

Andrew Gabor

Founder

Former

Dan Matloff

Chief Financial Officer

Former

Emanuel Sachs

Chief Technology Officer

Former

Craig Lund

Chief Commercial Officer

Former

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Frank van Mierlo

Andrew Gabor

Dan Matloff

Emanuel Sachs

Craig Lund

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Founder, Chief Executive Officer

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