Trevor G. Marshall, Ph.D.,
3423 Hill Canyon Ave.,
Thousand Oaks, California 91360, USA
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MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
1988: Instrumental in the merger of Definicon Systems into Helionetics Inc (Nasdaq: HLXC)
1993: Negotiated and closed merger between YARC Systems and the Danish Corporation, DanRIP Intl. A/S
1999: Negotiated merger between YARC Systems and Quality Photographic Imaging Inc
2000: Negotiated a 'white knight' 'merger of equals' between YARC Systems and Printware Inc (Nasdaq: PRTW)
PRIZES AND AWARDS
I.E.E.E. Region 10 Student Paper Prize, "Efficient Audio-Digital Conversion"
Australian Patents #75460/81 and #80706/82
'Eddy' Award for Best Macintosh Accelerator Board, 'MacRageous' RISC Coprocessor System
MacRageous nominated for product excellence in the category of "Hardware Awards, Add-on Boards" by MacUser UK
Finalist, MacUser Editors Choice, for "Screamer" 3-D Graphics Accelerator
PUBLISHED PAPERS AND ARTICLES
Dr. Marshall has presented papers at COMDEX, Microprocessor Forum and WLAN Security conferences. A regular contributor to the CMP/TechWeb IT Publications, he has published over 75 papers in both the academic and popular press. A categorized list of the CMP articles can be viewed by clicking this link, while the scholarly publications are available at this link.
Thousand Oaks, California
|2001||The Tolly Group
Manasquan, New Jersey
' Director of Technology
The Tolly Group is a leading Consultancy and Testing Agency, a provider of Independent test reports and analysis on level 1, 2 and 3 networking products
|1988-2000||YARC Systems Corporation
' Chief Technology Officer / Chief Executive Officer (CTO / CEO)
YARC pioneered Multi-Processor Computing technologies. YARC's OEM customers have included Roland DG (Japan), Linotype AG (Germany), Dai-Nippon Screen (Japan), DCA, and Honeywell Aerospace. YARC performed engineering development for Microsoft, Advanced Micro Devices, and AGFA Compugraphic.
Definicon Systems Inc
' Chief Technical Officer, Chief Operating Officer (CTO / COO)
Definicon produced Computing Coprocessor systems, which accelerated early personal computers so that they could efficiently perform scientific calculations.
Cambrian Consultants Inc, Cambrian Systems Inc
' Project Engineer, Consultant
Cambrian Systems produced Hard Disk media certification equipment, including the 'Super Spin Stand', used for certification of high density magnetic media.
Curtin University (http://www.curtin.edu.au)
Responsible for planning and teaching the under-graduate course units "Electronic Design" and "Electronic Production." Also assisted with the supervision of under-graduate research projects.
WAIT-Aid is the consulting arm of the University. Consulted, on behalf of the University, on several mining and industrial projects, including a Digital-RF Non Directional Beacon and a Synthesized Baseband Communications Receiver
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