Mr. Gallagher has 30 years of telecommunications, networking, and wireless industry experience. Before joining SpiderCloud Wireless, Inc. as chief executive officer in February of 2008, Mr. Gallagher was the chief executive officer of FiberTower, Inc., a company he joined via the merger with First Avenue Networks in 2006 where Mr. Gallagher was the chief executive officer. Mr. Gallagher was previously the president of Flarion Technologies, a company acquired by Qualcomm. At Flarion, Mr. Gallagher led the mobile broadband communication company’s day-to-day operational strategy, sales and marketing, and expansion into Europe and Asia. Before joining Flarion, in March 2001, Mr. Gallagher was the senior vice president for worldwide sales and operations for Nortel Networks' IP Services business unit (formerly Shasta Networks acquired by Nortel in April 1999). Prior to Shasta Networks, Mr. Gallagher led Bay Networks’ North American sales operations. At Bay Networks, Mr. Gallagher had profit and loss responsibilities for an organization of 1,500 people with annual revenues of more than $1.5 billion. Bay Networks was acquired by Nortel in September 1998. Before Bay Networks, Mr. Gallagher held positions with Synoptics, AT&T and Network Equipment Technologies. Mr. Gallagher holds an MBA from Pace University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business from Fordham University.
Mr. Scott is SpiderCloud Wireless, Inc.’s chief financial officer. Mr. Scott joined the Company in January 2012. Prior to SpiderCloud, Mr. Scott was chief financial officer of FiberTower Corporation, where Mr. Scott was responsible for finance, administration and strategic planning from August 2006 through January 2012. Prior to FiberTower, Mr. Scott was chief financial officer of First Avenue Networks, which merged with FiberTower in August 2006. Mr. Scott has also worked with several telecommunications firms in interim senior management roles, Winstar Communications, Montgomery Securities (Banc of America Securities), Thomas Weisel Partners and Merrill Lynch. Mr. Scott holds a BA and an MBA from the University of Virginia.
Mr. Parsay joined SpiderCloud Wireless as senior vice president of engineering and operations in January 2010. Mr. Parsay has over 25 years experience in bringing wire-line and wireless products and systems to market, and has previously held RF engineering and management positions with Aperto Networks, Ericsson, DIVA, Kestrel, and Lantern Communications. Mr. Parsay holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Chico State University, and a Master of Science in Engineering Management from Santa Clara University.
Mr. Casey is SpiderCloud Wireless, Inc.’s senior vice president of sales, global. Mr. Casey has over 25 years of experience in the wireless and wire line networking industries. Most recently, Mr. Casey worked as executive sales consultant on the AT&T account for Movik Networks, a company focused on delivering purpose-built solutions that bring content and application awareness to the edge of the mobile network. Prior to Movik Networks, Mr. Casey was the vice president of sales at FiberTower, a company he joined via the merger with First Avenue Networks in 2006. Before FiberTower, Mr. Casey was the vice president of sales for Flarion Technologies, a company acquired by Qualcomm in early 2006. At Flarion, Mr. Casey led the North American sales efforts with Nextel (Sprint) and other US carriers from 2001 up to the Qualcomm acquisition. Prior to Flarion, Mr. Casey was the vice president of US sales for the IP Services BU (Shasta Networks). Mr. Casey has held senior sales positions with Nortel Networks and Bay Networks (Synoptics/Wellfleet) with a focus on enterprise and service provider accounts. Mr. Casey holds a BA from Brigham Young University.
Ms. McCarthy is vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of SpiderCloud Wireless, Inc. In her role as general counsel, Ms. McCarthy is responsible for overseeing SpiderCloud’s global legal affairs, including all intellectual property matters, contract negotiations, corporate and government affairs and human resources. Prior to joining SpiderCloud, Ms. McCarthy served as vice president, general counsel of Flarion Technologies, Inc., an OFDM technology company purchased by Qualcomm, Inc. in 2006. While at Flarion, Ms. McCarthy was responsible for all worldwide legal matters, including litigation, intellectual property protection, government affairs, and customer, partner and vendor contract negotiations. Ms. McCarthy led the negotiations of Qualcomm’s acquisition of Flarion and joined Qualcomm subsequent to the close of the acquisition. Prior to Flarion, Ms. McCarthy was general counsel of NeoPoint, Inc. and vice president, senior counsel at NextWave Telecom. Previously, Ms. McCarthy was with the law firm of Baker & McKenzie. Ms. McCarthy received a B.S. from Suffolk University and her J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law where Ms. McCarthy was executive editor of the International Law Journal.
Mr. Finlayson has more than 25 years of field experience working with telecommunications, networking, and wireless companies. Before joining SpiderCloud Wireless in 2008, Mr. Finlayson was the senior vice president of technology with FiberTower, a San Francisco based wireless backhaul company. Prior to FiberTower, Mr. Finlayson was the vice president of technology with First Avenue Networks (a company later acquired by FiberTower). Before joining First Avenue Networks, Mr. Finlayson served as senior technical consultant for Flarion Technologies where he was responsible for technical consulting worldwide, including the deployment and testing of 3G/4G mobile broadband networks for major cellular operators across the U.S., Europe and Asia. Prior to Flarion, Mr. Finlayson held technical management roles for Shasta Networks, a company later acquired by Nortel Networks. Before his tenure with Shasta Networks, Mr. Finlayson held engineering and management positions with Wellfleet Communications (which became Bay Networks though the merger with Synoptics). Mr. Finlayson began his career in networking at the University of Buffalo. Mr. Finlayson holds a Bachelor degree from the University of Buffalo, New York.
Mr. Jain joined SpiderCloud Wireless in September 2011. Prior to SpiderCloud, Mr. Jain was the vice president of marketing, sales and service for Airvana's CDMA femtocell business. Mr. Jain’s tenure at Airvana spanned ten years, including the company’s inception. At Airvana, Mr. Jain held several leadership roles in marketing, business development and sales for 3G EVDO macro cellular products and femtocells. Prior to Airvana, Mr. Jain held both technical and business positions at Qualcomm, Ericsson and McKinsey & Company. Mr. Jain holds an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, an MS in Electrical Engineering from University of California at Irvine and a Bachelor Technology in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.