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Executive Management


Neal Riedel
President and CEO

Neal has more than 22 years of experience in communication system design. He has led large inter-disciplinary development teams working on chipsets for wireless communication systems at Rockwell Semiconductor Systems (now Conexant) and Pacific Communication Sciences, Inc. In 1998, he co-founded Ultima Communication Incorporated, which developed Bluetooth wireless technology for leading semiconductor manufacturers prior to being sold to GlobeSpan, Inc. in 2000. He has been awarded four patents in communication systems design, and has been responsible for the ground-up development of multiple protocol stacks for wireless communications systems.
Mike Beck
VP of Engineering

Mike has more than 19 years of experience in the research, design, development, and implementation of communication systems. Since 1997, Mike operated his own consulting and IP development company (Beck's Design Center), having played a major role in the development of products for leaders in wireless industry. Mike has been technically involved with development of wireless handsets for multiple standards (e.g., CDMA, TDMA), the development of wireless chipsets (e.g., IS-95, PHS), and high-speed data communication devices (e.g. DSL, Serdes). He has also led inter-disciplinary teams in the design of wireless data products. Mike has a broad range of experience encompassing board level and chip level hardware design, digital signal processing and systems engineering, technical team management and product development. Prior to Beck's Design Center, Mike held senior engineering or management positions at LSI Logic, PCSI, and E-Systems.

Mike Creamer
VP of Development

Mike has more than 18 years of communication system experience. Prior to coming to Serrano in 2007, he was CTO for AudioCodes North America. He managed technical relationships with their largest customers, forged strategic partnerships, and drove North American VoIP gateway development. Prior to AudioCodes, he was founder and VP of engineering for Nuera Communications, (founded 1997, acquired by AudioCodes in 2006). He lead development of soft-switches and gateways, plus he did hardware development for the gateway platforms. Nuera´s products were widely regarded as the most reliable equipment in the market, capturing deployment spots in 6 of the 10 largest North American cable operators, and were resold by Nortel Networks worldwide. Before that, Mike was a hardware developer for wireline and wireless communication systems at Pacific Communications Sciences Inc.
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