As IneoQuest’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Calvin is responsible for overseeing the strategic development and execution of the company’s corporate and product initiatives. From 2010-2014, Calvin served as Chief Operating Officer and was responsible for leading IneoQuest’s daily operations. He also previously served as Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, where he oversaw the strategic positioning of IneoQuest and its growth into the global leader in Video Service Assurance solutions. Calvin brings over 22 years of experience in the technology industry and a wealth of leadership and business expertise to the IneoQuest management team.
Calvin’s professional experience prior to IneoQuest ranges from the negotiation of mergers and acquisitions to advanced Research & Development engineering at companies such as Motorola, Freescale Semiconductor, Surgient, and Zilog Semiconductor. This experience includes closing multi-million dollar OEM and strategic partnership agreements, international business development and management, product marketing, program management, professional services, and holder of four design patents.
Calvin holds a Bachelor’ degree in Electrical Engineering (cum laude) and Master of Business Administration (magna cum laude) from the University of Texas at Austin.
Steve joined IneoQuest in 2007 as CFO. In this position he manages the financial strategy and operations of the company. Steve is committed to streamlining company operations, maintaining a high level of integrity, and sustaining IneoQuest’s impressive growth rates. He has extensive experience in leading innovative companies to strong growth trajectories while expanding overall industry leadership.Steve has more than 30 years of experience in financial management including over 10 years in the position of CFO. Steve began his career at the Shipley Company Inc., where he held several key positions in financial management. He later joined the Arthur Bank & Company, Inc., as its CFO and Vice President of Operations. Most recently, Steve served as CFO, Treasurer, and Vice President of Administration at Keurig, where he helped lead the company from start up to the leading brand in the fast growing single-cup coffee market.
Steve received his BS from Providence College and his MBA from Suffolk University. He is active in the Providence College Alumni Association and is a member of the Board of Trustees Audit Committee and President’s Circle. In addition, he is presently the Board Chairperson of the Kennedy Donovan Center, a non-profit agency that provides various services for developmentally disabled individuals and their families. Steve and his family reside in Hopkinton, MA.
Alan Maillet is Vice President of Global Sales at Ineoquest Technologies where he is responsible for IneoQuest’s revenue growth across the globe. Alan’s sales career spans more than 25 years in the high-performance computing and networking industries, building sales teams focused on selling complex technologies and services to large corporations around the world.
Prior to joining IneoQuest, Alan ran Worldwide Sales at Redline Trading Solutions, where he was responsible for significant revenue expansion of their low latency trading solutions. Alan served as Vice President of Sales at U4EA Wireless, Inc. (formerly NextHop Technologies Inc.) as well as Vice President of Global Accounts and Alliances at Wind River Systems. Alan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Lowell in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Stuart is IneoQuest’s Vice President of Corporate Strategy. In this position, he is responsible for analyzing, creating, recommending, and executing strategic and operational initiatives to maximize IneoQuest’s global performance across the markets we serve.
Stuart is recognized as a thought leader in the video quality and assurance industry, regularly contributingpapers and delivering keynote presentations internationally. Stuart is an evangelist for a number of industry initiatives, such as “Program Availability,” to enable more efficient tracking of operational expenditure using end-to-end video analytics. He has represented IneoQuest in industry bodies such as the Telemanagement Forum, and leads several global market and business development initiatives to track industry “shifts” for high technology solution providers, with a specific focus on the video and communications markets.
Most recently, Stuart is spearheading IneoQuest’s latest technological developments by applying his expert knowledge to the end-to-end multiscreen video analytics for over-the-top (OTT) and TV Everywhere video streaming across CDN architectures. To this end, Stuart regularly contributes articles and leads speaking sessions and webinars focusing on the opportunities and challenges of these new video architectures and how IneoQuest’s solutions can help providers.
Stuart has spent the last 15 years working for high-tech US companies based on the East and West coasts and has contributed to several patents. Prior to joining IneoQuest, Stuart spent 10 years in various roles atWind River Systems.
As IneoQuest’s Vice President of Engineering, David Trzcinski manages all of IneoQuest’s engineering groups, products and solutions. He brings with him more than 30 years of leadership and vision in the visual media industry, specializing in imaging, graphics, camera, display and video systems. David’s deep expertise in audio and video quality drives product innovation and development efforts across all of IneoQuest’s video intelligence and service assurance solutions.
David began his career repairing radios and televisions while attending high school, which evolved into a lifelong career designing communications systems involving audio, video and computer graphics. He is a veteran of video and SaaS market leaders such as Avid Technology, Symantec, Nortel Networks, PictureTel, Hewlett Packard and Panasonic. While at Avid, David was Global Director of Media Platform Services Research and Development, where he was responsible for a global team of 115+ engineers delivering appliance, web-based and virtualized media services.
David holds a BSEE, magna cum laude, from the State University of New York at Buffalo, with a minor in economics, and has since completed advanced work in Image Processing, High Performance Networks, Agile Product Development and Business Management. He has held positions in and is a member of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers, Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, Society for Information Display and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
Among his many accomplishments, David was a founding member of the Committee on High Resolution Systems, which recommended the ultimately successful switch of the North American HDTV standard to all-digital, after which he served as the first chairman of the SMPTE Task Force on Digital Image Architecture.