An ISO 9001 Certified Company

Miniature Low Cost Ceramic, Metal
and Polymer Parts

EoPlex Awards

                 EoPlex Management Team

Arthur L. Chait

Arthur L. Chait, Chairman, CEO & President Background: Solectron SVP; SRI International GM; Booz Allen & Hamilton; Dresser/Halliburton; BS Materials Engineering, MBA Marketing

Phil Rogren

Phil Rogren, VP Sales & Business Development Background: Shellcase; Alcoa Electronics; Hestia; BS Ceramic Engineering

Dr. Marvin Kilgo

Dr. Marvin Kilgo, Vice President, Operations and Engineering. Background: PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, an MS in Applied Statistics from University of Georgia, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech.

Ron Sorisho

Ron Sorisho, Chief Financial Officer Background: Solectron VP Finance; NatSteel; Smart Modular; National Semiconductor BS Business

EoPlex Board of Directors

Arthur L. Chait, Chairman, President and CEO, EoPlex

William H. Draper III, General Partner, Draper-Richards

Larry Kubal, Partner, Labrador Ventures

Michio Fujimura, Managing Director, ATA Ventures

Warren Packard, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson

Charles Taylor, Founder, EoPlex


EoPlex Advisory Board

Dr. Reinhold Dauskardt, Professor & Associate Chair Materials Science, Stanford University

Dr. Nicholas Imparato, Research Fellow, Professor Marketing Hoover Institute, Stanford University

Dr. Paul Jorgensen, COO retired, SRI International, Former Senior Scientist GE

Dr. Philip Metz, VP Marketing, Solectron Corporation

Dr. Mihir Parikh, Founder, Former Chairman and CEO, Asyst Technologies (ASYT: Nasdaq)

Mr. Larry Schlenoff, Former CFO, IBM Division

Mr. Bruce Tackman, CEO retired, Kavlico Corporation

Dr. David Wilcox, Director Micro Technology retired, Motorola.


EoPlex Partners

EoPlex works closely with partner companies to bring innovative solutions to the market. Partner companies benefit from EoPlex's proprietary HVPF™ manufacturing process, which makes possible the production of low cost, complex-shaped small parts and assemblies.

Patents

EoPlex Technologies, Inc. vigorously enforces its Intellectual Property Rights. For additional information and licensing options please contact Ron Sorisho at (650) 298-6502.

Investors

Larry Kubal, Partner, Labrador Ventures
Warren Packard, Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
Michio Fujimura, Managing Director, ATA Ventures
Charles Taylor, Founder, EoPlex
William H. Draper III, Draper-Richards

Customers

EoPlex is currently developing products for a number of multinational OEMs exercising NDA restrictions.

EoPlex Founders

Arthur L. Chait, has led EoPlex Technologies since 2003. He was previously an SVP of Solectron Corporation, a leading contract manufacturing firm now owned by Flextronics. Mr. Chait had responsibility for Solectron’s Global Account Organization, representing over 70% of the company’s revenues. He managed separate account teams that served global customers including: Cisco, IBM, Nortel, Dell, Sun, HP, Compaq, Agilent, Ericsson, Lucent, Motorola, Apple, Intel and others. Chait’s worldwide responsibility also included Solectron’s marketing organization and helped lead Solectron into new markets that included automotive, consumer electronics and industrial. He was part of the senior team at Solectron that grew the company from $6.1 Billion in FY98 to $18.6 Billion in FY01.
Mr. Chait’s career includes SRI International. There he was SVP of the worldwide consulting group, with a staff of over 600 and offices in California, New Jersey, Zurich, London, Paris, Tokyo, Singapore and Seoul. His career also includes Zitel Corporation as GM and SVP of the software division; Booz Allen & Hamilton as Senior Engagement Manager; PA Consulting Group (UK) as GM for North America; and Dresser/Halliburton as R&D Director.
Mr. Chait holds a BS degree in Ceramic and Materials Engineering from Rutgers University and an MBA in Strategy from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a past recipient of the Steinmetz Medal from GE.
A dynamic speaker, Mr. Chait has delivered keynotes and presentations for professional societies and organizations worldwide. Mr. Chait has served on the Boards of Blue Iguana Networks, Matridigm Corporation and TechVenture Networks. He was past Board Chair of the Challenge Learning Center, a non-profit organization that assists “at risk” young people in the San Francisco Bay Area through outdoor experiential training and team building. Mr. Chait also teaches at community colleges where his focus is on material he developed in over 30 years of interviewing and hiring employees to help young people with job searching, interviewing and resume preparation.


Charles S. Taylor, Founder, was formerly Vice President, Technology of the CardioThoracic Systems, Inc. (CTS) subsidiary of Guidant Corporation. Mr. Taylor is a highly successful entrepreneur, inventor, engineer, and manager with over 20 years experience. He was the founder, Vice President and Chief Technical Officer of CTS, the pioneer and leader in off-pump cardiac surgery which he took from his garage, through venture funding, and a successful IPO, as well as growing annual revenues to nearly $30 million prior to selling the company to Guidant in 1999. Prior to CTS, Mr. Taylor held research and development positions at Heartport, a developer of devices and procedures for minimally invasive cardiac surgery. Previously, he managed the establishment of a new development group for Eli Lilly's Medical Instrument Systems division, the Technology Development Center, developing surgical devices for vascular intervention procedures. Before that he was an Engineer and Manager for Advanced Cardiovascular Systems where he directed teams of engineers developing new manufacturing technologies and custom research and development equipment. This was the genesis of his interest in the development of small complex shapes and manufacturing technology to produce such shapes. Also at ACS, Mr. Taylor was involved in product invention and design. He is an inventor on over 50 patents. Since leaving Guidant/CTS, Mr. Taylor also founded Nellix, Inc., a start-up medical device company developing next-generation endografts for the treatment of aortic aneurysms.


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