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This profile was last updated on 7/18/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Mr. Stephen D. Saylor

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Employment History


  • engineering degree
  • BSEE
    Northeastern University
147 Total References
Web References
Management | SiOnyx The Black Silicon Company, 18 July 2015 [cached]
Stephen Saylor President & CEO
Mr. Saylor joined Adobe from FlashPoint Technology, a digital imaging company he co-founded with a team from Apple Computer, which they built into one of the most prolific licensing firms to serve the consumer digital photography industry. In his early career, Mr. Saylor held a variety of technology management, marketing and engineering roles with Apple, Polaroid and Technicare Corporation. Mr. Saylor holds a BSEE from Northeastern University.
SYPHA guides to NLEs, DAWs and DV cameras, 14 July 2005 [cached]
"Matrox Axio, in combination with the Adobe Video Collection, delivers a high performance HD editing solution optimised to meet the needs of video, film, and broadcast professionals," said Steve Saylor, vice president of Digital Video and Audio products at Adobe.
FlashPoint Technology Inc., 17 Nov 2002 [cached]
Stephen D. Saylor, presidentMr. Saylor has over 15 years of experience in the digital imaging marketplace.He is a co founder of FlashPoint and assisted in negotiating the company's technology from Apple Computer where he was a line manager for imaging products, having joined Apple in 1993.Mr. Saylor has held several key positions in marketing, engineering, and research and development at Apple, Polaroid Corporation, and Technicare Corporation.He has contributed to a number of patents in the digital imaging field and is well recognized in the digital photography community.He has a BSEE from Northeastern University.
Shutterbug Magazine - The latest on photography, cameras, film, lenses, equipment, darkroom, lighting, flash, color processing and more., 14 Aug 2000 [cached]
By crossing the half-million mark, FlashPoint is rapidly building momentum for next-generation intelligent imaging products that help photographers do more, said Stephen Saylor, executive vice president and general manager at FlashPoint.Global industry leaders who license Digita add power, flexibility and extended functionality to their newest digital cameras and printers..
The market-leading manufacturers that have adopted Digita are accelerating the growth of digital imaging by producing devices that are powerful, easy to use, long lived and both customizable and upgradable.Businesses and consumers also are rapidly adopting Digita-enabled digital cameras because of the unique ability to run aftermarket software inside the camera to perform an unlimited variety of customizable, industry-specific and recreational applications.
The Digita standard Digita is the industry's first software-based platform for next generation imaging appliances.
Premiere?® Pro later this year," said ... [cached]
Premiere?® Pro later this year," said Steve Saylor, Vice President, Digital
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