Tony is an experienced Operations & Engineering Executive with more than 40 years of hands-on knowledge in the design, engineering, implementation, and control of content generation, management and distribution systems. As SVP of broadcast engineering and operations at SiriusXM, responsibilities included the operation of satellite uplink systems, conditional access systems, over-the-air subscriber activation systems, and all content creation. Prior to joining XM, Tony spent 10 years as Vice President Technical Operations for the CBS Radio Division responsible for the technical operations of all the CBS owned radio stations.
Ed Giorgio is the founder of Bridgery Technologies and was co-founder of Ponte Technologies, a cybersecurity company recently acquired by KEYW. He was formerly a principal at Booz Allen Hamilton, where he spent 10 years working on information security and enterprise resilience issues. As an NSA mathematician for 30 years, Giorgio pioneered developments in cryptanalysis, communications security and public key cryptography. He is the only person to have served as both the U.S. chief codemaker and, subsequently, chief codebreaker, where he directly managed 1600 mathematicians and computer scientists.
Timothy M. Doherty is a respected senior data center executive with more than 20 years experience in the data center and telecommunications industries. Since the late 1990s he has successfully founded, operated and sold several data center and colocation companies in both private and public transactions. As Managing Director at Pihana Pacific he was part of a team that raised $300 million to build and operate data centers in the far east and Los Angeles before selling these assets to Equinix (EQIX). He founded Fortress Colocation with data centers in Seattle, Las Vegas and Phoenix. Tim is currently CEO of Digitial Fortress, a data center M&A fund and operations company.
Larry Achram is a product development executive with over 40 years of experience in the global auto industry. He has led global engineering teams and vehicle line business units across the entire development timeline from industrial design to volume production at plants in NAFTA, EU, and China. With a majority of his career at Chrysler, he has also contributed to vehicle programs at GM, Ford, AMC, and in partnerships with Daimler, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Chery, Great Wall, as well as auto startups Hybrid Kinetic Motors and Rivian. A few notable programs under his leadership include the 1st Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Chrysler 300 along with its sister vehicles, and the Chrysler Crossfire.