Sensory Networks Appoints Security Industry Veteran Art Collmeyer to Board of Directors

By | April 18, 2006

Sensory Networks, the leader in acceleration technology for network security applications, today announced that Art Collmeyer has joined its board of directors. Art sits on numerous boards and has founded several leading companies in the security and hi-tech industry.

The first company Art founded was Weitek, the first company to implement the fabless semiconductor business model. Serving as the CEO from 1981 to 1988, Art managed Weitek´s growth and success through to its public offering, eventually becoming chairman in 1992. In 1996 Art went on to found Hi/fn and grew the company from an initial team of four, to a fully operational public company in only 2 years. Since 2000, Art has been actively involved in the founding and development of several technology companies, including iWatt, Iridigm (since acquired by Qualcomm), and ZeroG Wireless.

“We´re very pleased to welcome Art Collmeyer as a leading thinker and visionary in the security space,” said Matt Barrie, CEO of Sensory Networks. “His extensive experience in driving company growth and market leadership positioning will be instrumental in driving Sensory´s success.”

“Sensory Networks is having a great impact on the security industry with its advanced acceleration technology,” said Art Collmeyer. “I´m very excited about their NodalCore acceleration platform and its rapid adoption among a growing base of industry partnerships. I look forward to working with the team to take the company to the next level of growth and success.”

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