Stellar Switches, Inc., is a Delaware C Corporation with offices in the Boston, Massachusetts, area.
Stellar's Board of Techncial Advisors:
Radia Perlman—Intel Corporation Fellow, inventor of the spanning tree on which classic bridges are based, and inventor of the RBridge technology on which Stellar Switches is built. She was the only person listed in both the 20th and 25th anniversary issues of Data Communications Magazine as one of the 20 most influential people in the industry.
Margaret R. Wasserman—Director of Product Development at Sandstorm Enterprises, formerly Vice President of Development at ThingMagic, and, before that, Director of Device Management at Wind River. When she was IETF Internet Area Director, Margaret was instrumental in establishing the IETF TRILL working group, on whose technology Stellar Switches build.
Alia Atlas—Network Architect at British Telecom, previously Senior Software Engineer at Google and, before that, Consulting Software Engineer at Avici.
Kurt Baty—Kurt has 32 years' experience in the electronics industry and has been, since 1988, an independent consultant designing ASICs (Application Specific Integrated Circuits) for his clients, having taped out 54 ASICs to date. His client list includes many large companies: NEC, NCR, HP, Nortel, Synopsys and Lucent. He has also worked with a number of startup companies in the last 25 years; these include LANcity, Aware, 0-in, Argon Networks, Cimaron Communications and NetEffect. From 1980-88 Kurt worked at Stratus Computer where he was one of the initial group of seven hardware engineers, and designed all of the communications hardware for the first five years of the company.