was a great place to work, but the times were bad (telecom bubble had just burst).Â Ike liked the company, but got bored with the work.Â So Ike joined Allegis Capital.Â HeÂ
also consulted for Dan E. @ Vanguard
, and rediscovered mesh networks.Â Gordon Bell
invited Ike to Brussels (for TTI/Vanguard) to talk about mesh networks
and other work colleaguesÂ invested in the company.Â TidalScale
's value proposition is that the product to be produced:Â "Scales, Simplifies, Auto-Optimizes, and Â Evolves."Â TidalScale turns â€œthe cloudâ€ upside down, according to Ike.Â "Rather than run virtual machines on servers, TidalScale runs servers on a virtual machine," he
Volunteering at non-profits was and stillÂ is very important toÂ Ike.Â HeÂ has been, or is currentlyÂ affiliated with:Â Â Â The Computer History Museum, The Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology, The IEEE Industry Advisory Board, Watermark, DARPA, MIT Sloan, MIT CSAIL, Stony Brook University,Â Peking University, Â Northwestern UniversityÂ EECS Dept.Â He is a Founding Trustee (in 1995) of the Computer History Museum, where he currently serves on several boards.