Venray Technology Ltd. is a privately held developer of intellectual property based in Dallas, Texas formed in 2005. Areas of interest in information technology, including microprocessor architecture, dynamic network management, and peer-to-peer communications.
Russell's three-decade career dates from the birth of the microprocessor. One or more of his designs are licensed into most computers, cell phones, and video games manufactured today.
Russell's achievements include co-designing the Sh-Boom Processor, which is included in "25 Microchips That Shook The World," By Brian Santo, featured in IEEE Spectrum magazine. He has a BSEE from Georgia Tech and an MSEE from Arizona State.
Beth's financial background ranges from money management, to mortgage-banking, to fraud examination, to accounting for startups. She is particularly proficient at fitting apparently unrelated pieces into coherent deals. She relaxes by destroying defenseless paper targets.
She has both an BBA in Accounting and an MBA from Baylor.
Nolan is a founding partner in a boutique Investment Banking firm in the Dallas area. His interest in technology has grown since his first exposure in the early 1980s. He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and holds three advanced degrees. His current involvement on numerous Boards has given him a broad perspective of the practical application of emerging technology.
Kendall has spent 30 years in consumer and industrial marketing. He is currently Director of International Sales for Venray Technology Ltd, an IP development concern. He has a BS in Economics from the University of Arkansas and a JD from the SMU School of Law.