About Bay Microsystems

Board of Directors

Bay Microsystems’ board of directors includes:

Harry Carr

President and Chief Executive Officer

Harry is a transformational leader with extensive experience as CEO and COO in both divisions of Fortune 100 companies as well as entrepreneurial-driven private/public technology startup companies. He has raised more than $500M for startup companies and led successful M&A deals and corporate integrations.

Prior to joining Bay, Harry served as COO of Compass Networks, CEO and then Chairman of Simpler Networks, Chairman and CEO of Tellium, Divisional COO at Lucent Technologies, COO of Yurie Systems, and Defense Markets VP for AT&T. Harry has also been an owner of several private businesses and an advisor to several early-stage startup companies. Harry holds a B.S. in Finance from Fairfield University and a J.D. from The University of Connecticut School of Law.

Dr. Paul G. Kaminski

Former Under Secretary of Defense

Dr. Paul G. Kaminski has been a director of Bay since 2003.

Paul G. Kaminski is Chairman and CEO of Technovation, Inc., a consulting company dedicated to the development and application of advanced technology. From 1994 to 1997, Dr. Kaminski served as the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology where he was responsible for all Department of Defense (DoD) research, development, and acquisition programs. In this role, he was also accountable for DoD logistics, environmental security and international programs. He has served as Chairman of the Defense Science Board and was a member of the Defense Policy Board.

Dr. Kaminski has had a continuing career involving large program management, and development and application of advanced technology in both the private and public sectors. He served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Technology Strategies and Alliances, a technology-oriented investment banking and consulting firm. His previous government experience includes a 20-year career as an officer in the Air Force, during which he served as Director for Low Observables Technology, with responsibility for directing the development, production and fielding of the major stealth systems (e.g., F-117, B-2). He also led the initial development of a National Reconnaissance Office space system and related sensor technology.

Currently, Dr. Kaminski is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, and a Senior Fellow of the Defense Science Board. He is Chairman of the Board of Exostar Inc. and of HRL Labs, and a Director of Bay Microsystems, CoVant Technologies, DFI International, General Dynamics Corporation, In-Q-Tel, Inc., and the RAND Corporation. He serves as an advisor to the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, LynuxWorks, Inc., MILCOM Technologies and MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Additionally, he is a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Technical Advisory Board, the National Reconnaissance Office Technology Advisory Group, the FBI Director's Advisory Board, and the Atlantic Council.

Dr. Kaminski received a Bachelor of Science from the Air Force Academy, Master of Science degrees in both Aeronautics and Astronautics and in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University.

Al Mazloom

Vice President and General Counsel, Trenton Technology

Al Mazloom is the General Counsel of Trenton Technology, Inc. of Utica, New York, a manufacturer of industrial computing products and printed circuit board assemblies. He previously served as CFO and General Counsel of Franklin Park Consulting of McLean, Virginia where he directed all legal and financial matters relating to the group's strategic consulting and venture capital activities. He also serves as an advisor to the founders of several early-stage companies in the technology and energy industries.

Mr. Mazloom holds a B.B.A. in Accountancy and Finance from the University of Notre Dame, and an M.B.A., J.D. (Cum Laude), and LL.M (with Distinction) in Taxation from Georgetown University.

Jim Hunt

Managing Partner and Founder, NextFED, Inc.

Mr. Hunt is Founder and Managing Partner of NextFED. Previously, he was Founder and Managing Partner at The MITA Group, a public affairs and business strategy consultancy based in Washington, DC. His previous experience includes both executive-level management as well as entrepreneurial ventures. As Founder, President and CEO of Ernst & Young Technologies, he had significant influence on the growth and success of the division. After the merger of Ernst & Young and Cap Gemini, he became President of Cap Gemini Technologies, and was responsible for the management of this subsidiary of Cap Gemini. Mr. Hunt was a Managing Director of Global System Integration at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, where he was responsible for building complete hardware and software delivery and system integration. Additionally, he was Founder, President and CEO of BDS Incorporated, a computer networking and UNIX client server focused federal system integration company, as well as a consultant for many high technology companies.

Mr. Hunt manages an extensive portfolio as an angel investor. He is also actively involved in various other organizations, such as Carnegie Speech, iMove, Sensics, and VideoNext.

Mr. Hunt is Director of Entrepreneurship at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, and holds a B.S. in photographic science from the Rochester Institute of Technology and a B.A. in Marketing from the University of Notre Dame.

Scott Macomber

Director, Maverick Brands and Clairvoyante

Scott is an experienced entrepreneur and private investor who has held leadership positions in a number of public and private Silicon Valley technology companies. Scott was CEO of Zeevo, a privately held venture-back company, which was acquired by Broadcom in March of 2005. Prior to Zeevo, he was an initial employee and President of Silicon Image, which held its initial public offering in October 1999.

Earlier in his career, Scott held management positions at LSI Logic and Silicon Solutions. Scott began his career at Bell Labs. In addition to Silicon Image and Zeevo, Scott has served on the boards of a number of private venture-backed companies including Kiptronic (acquired by Limelight Networks) and Clairvoyant (acquired by Samsung Electronics) and is currently a board member of Maverick Brands, LLC and Bay Microsystems, Inc.

He received an MBA and MSEE from Stanford University and a BSEE from the University of Michigan. Scott is married, with two adult sons.