Plexxi’s advisors.

Founding Partner, Pillar Companies
Jamie is a founding partner at Pillar Companies and formerly of North Bridge Venture Partners investing in data center infrastructure, wired and wireless communications technologies and advanced materials. Prior to joining North Bridge in 1998, he co-founded and served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing at PureSpeech, a venture-backed speech recognition software and applications company. Before that, Jamie was an early employee with Symmetrix, a provider of manufacturing execution software. He is a graduate of MIT and the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, President of the Board of the New England Venture Capital Association and Chairman of the MATCH School, a Boston-area charter school.
Technology Advisor
Disruptive breakthrough and innovation is at the foundation of most great companies. Plexxi technology advisor Rick Barry has served at the very core of innovation in optical communication and networking, where he has worked in industry, research, and academia. Rick was the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Sycamore Networks where he focused on product architecture, development, and technology as well customer development, product strategy, and intellectual property.  Prior to Sycamore, he was a member of the technical staff in the Advanced Networks Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory where he focused on network architecture and performance of all-optical and electro-optical ground and spaced based networks. Rick has served as an Assistant Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department at The George Washington University. Rick received his PhD ’93, MS ’89, and BS ‘89 in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He holds many patents in the area of optical communications, networking, protection, switching, architecture and coding and is the author of over 45 technical publications.



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