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CrossFiber , Inc.
10455 Pacific Center Ct
CrossFiber is a venture-backed private company developing the world's smallest and least costly reliable optical switches for fiber optic networks. We are looking for an exceptionally self-motivated Senior Hardware Engineer to join our product engineering...
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Michael Decelle was named dean of the Manchester campus at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), succeeding interim leader J. Michael Hickey.
A UNH alumnus, Decelle is president and CEO of CrossFiber, a venture-funded startup company in San Diego.
Mike Decelle, President & CEO
has more than 30 years of experience in the commercialization of advanced technologies
, in both large company environments as well as in small startups.
Mike was most recently CEO of Sun Catalytix, a Cambridge, MA-based, venture-backed startup developing next-generation, grid-scale storage systems for the renewable energy industry.
Previously, Mike was the CEO of several other companies commercializing advanced photonics technologies, including LumenZ, NoblePeak Vision, and Apogee Photonics.
Of these companies, Apogee Photonics
developed high-speed laser transmitters for the communications industry and, under Mike's leadership, became the top U.S. supplier in its segment before its sale to CyOptics (now Avago) in 2007.
Mike started his career at Bell Laboratories, eventually becoming a senior executive of Lucent Technologies, leading some of the company's largest sales teams and lines of business.
Sun Catalytix :: Team
Michael P. Decelle
Michael P. Decelle President & CEO
Mike Decelle is the President and CEO of Sun Catalytix.
Prior to joining Sun Catalytix in 2011, Mike was the President & CEO of NoblePeak Vision Corp., a developer of multi-spectral, germanium imagers and camera cores supplied to the commercial security, defense, and instrumentation markets.
Prior to this, Mike was President & CEO of Apogee Photonics, a leading supplier of high-speed optoelectronic components to the telecommunications industry.
Earlier, Mike spent 18 years at Bell Laboratories and, later, Lucent Technologies in a wide range of roles spanning product R&D, major account sales and general management of businesses lines worth more than $2B.
Mike received his BS from the University of New Hampshire, his M Eng.
Michael P. Decelle President & CEO
Apogee Photonics - About Us - Board of Directors
Mike Decelle, CEO, Apogee PhotonicsMike Decelle brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in the design, development, marketing, and sales of communication systems and optical components.He joined ASIP in March 2002 from Chorum Technologies, a leading provider of passive optical components and subsystems, where he was responsible for all commercial operations including marketing, product management, sales, and business development.Prior to Chorum, Mike spent 17 years at Bell Laboratories and, later, Lucent Technologies in a variety of R&D and executive management positions across a wide range of product lines and functional responsibilities including: leading the systems engineering and marketing efforts for Lucent's first DWDM system, sales leadership for the NYNEX (later Verizon), MCI, WorldCom, and SNET customer accounts, and product management of Lucent's network management software business. Mike holds a BSEE from the University of New Hampshire, an MSEE from Cornell University and has completed the Program for Management Development at the Harvard Business School.
Vol 28 SunFlash: 2000-05-01 to 2000-07-11
Lucent has long seen the softswitch as a breakthrough in helping both traditional and emerging carriers deliver the best of the circuit and IP worlds to their customers , said Mike Decelle , vice_president_of_marketing for Open Network Solutions at Lucent_Technologies.As one of the preferred platforms for the Lucent Softswitch , Sun Netra gives us an open , carrier-grade environment that helps simplify deployment issues and enables communications providers to expedite application development..