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Executives

10

Board of Directors

4

Nitronex Board of Directors

4 Board of directors

Nitronex has 4 board of directors, including Charles Shalvoy.

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Charles Shalvoy

President & CEO, Nitronex Corp.; Executive Chairman & Acting CEO, Nitronex; President & CEO, Conductus; President & COO, Therma-Wave; VP, Operations, Wehr Test Systems

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Clinton Bybee

Mr. Bybee is a co-founder and Managing Director, Emeritus of ARCH Venture Partners. He has helped organize and finance numerous companies including MicroOptical Devices (acquired by EMCORE), Innovalight (acquired by DuPont), Intelligent Reasoning Systems (acquired by Photon Dynamics), and CoolEdge Lighting. Mr. Bybee serves as a board member of Impinj (PI), Agrivida, and Board Chairman of Cooledge Lighting. He also serves on the Advisory Board of the Yellowstone Park Foundation and is an organizing member of the Texas Venture Capital Association. Mr. Bybee holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago and a B.S. in Engineering from Texas A&M University.

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John Shoch

John F. Shoch, PhD, became a venture capitalist in 1985, working with Craig Taylor to manage venture investments at Asset Management Associates, and then co-founded Alloy Ventures in 1996. At Alloy, he focuses on investments in enterprise software, communications infrastructure, semiconductors and all aspects of the Internet.Operating experienceBefore becoming a venture capitalist, John worked as a computer scientist, technology executive and inventor. He gained deep hands-on, operational experience at Xerox, which he joined in 1971. For many years, he worked the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), where he helped develop the Ethernet, a local area network system. In 1980, he became the assistant to the CEO of Xerox. In 1982, John became president of the Office Systems Division, developing networked office systems derived from Xerox PARC research. John received a BA (1971) in Political Science, an MS (1977), and a PhD (1979) in Computer Science, all from Stanford.Current board seatsJohn serves on the board of directors of Knowledge Networks, MontaVista Software, Lightpole, Nitronex, Ravenflow, and Xangati.Past Board SeatsJohn was previously a director of semiconductor firm Conductus, which was acquired by Superconductor Technologies Inc. in 2002

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Raman Khanna

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Name

Charles Shalvoy

Clinton Bybee

John Shoch

Raman Khanna

Firm

Work History

President & CEO, Nitronex Corp.; Executive Chairman & Acting CEO, Nitronex; President & CEO, Conductus; President & COO, Therma-Wave; VP, Operations, Wehr Test Systems

Mr. Bybee is a co-founder and Managing Director, Emeritus of ARCH Venture Partners. He has helped organize and finance numerous companies including MicroOptical Devices (acquired by EMCORE), Innovalight (acquired by DuPont), Intelligent Reasoning Systems (acquired by Photon Dynamics), and CoolEdge Lighting. Mr. Bybee serves as a board member of Impinj (PI), Agrivida, and Board Chairman of Cooledge Lighting. He also serves on the Advisory Board of the Yellowstone Park Foundation and is an organizing member of the Texas Venture Capital Association. Mr. Bybee holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago and a B.S. in Engineering from Texas A&M University.

John F. Shoch, PhD, became a venture capitalist in 1985, working with Craig Taylor to manage venture investments at Asset Management Associates, and then co-founded Alloy Ventures in 1996. At Alloy, he focuses on investments in enterprise software, communications infrastructure, semiconductors and all aspects of the Internet.Operating experienceBefore becoming a venture capitalist, John worked as a computer scientist, technology executive and inventor. He gained deep hands-on, operational experience at Xerox, which he joined in 1971. For many years, he worked the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), where he helped develop the Ethernet, a local area network system. In 1980, he became the assistant to the CEO of Xerox. In 1982, John became president of the Office Systems Division, developing networked office systems derived from Xerox PARC research. John received a BA (1971) in Political Science, an MS (1977), and a PhD (1979) in Computer Science, all from Stanford.Current board seatsJohn serves on the board of directors of Knowledge Networks, MontaVista Software, Lightpole, Nitronex, Ravenflow, and Xangati.Past Board SeatsJohn was previously a director of semiconductor firm Conductus, which was acquired by Superconductor Technologies Inc. in 2002

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Nitronex Management Team

10 Team Members

Nitronex has 10 executives. Nitronex's current Chief Executive Officer, President is Greg Baker.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Greg Baker

Chief Executive Officer, President

Current

Kin Tan

Chief Operating Officer

Current

Jack Hillson

Chief Executive Officer, President

Former

Bob Lynch

Chief Executive Officer, President

Former

Charles E Shalvoy

Chief Executive Officer

Former

Name

Greg Baker

Kin Tan

Jack Hillson

Bob Lynch

Charles E Shalvoy

Work History

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Chief Executive Officer, President

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Executive Officer, President

Chief Executive Officer, President

Chief Executive Officer

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Current

Current

Former

Former

Former

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