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Ampliphae Ltd, based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is an innovative start-up that is revolutionising how service provider and enterprise Wide Area Networks (WAN) are configured and operated to support Cloud Computing. Cloud is bringing unprecedented flexibility and efficiency to the IT infrastructure of companies of all sizes, and Ampliphae is ensuring that the enterprise network can support business-critical hybrid Cloud and SaaS applications.

Working with the world’s largest service providers and equipment vendors, Ampliphae was founded with a vision to develop solutions that leverage machine learning and deep analytics to revolutionize how networks are operated and consumed.

Trevor Graham (CEO)

Trevor has over 20 years’ broad experience across the networking industry, with perspective gained from senior roles at BT, Nortel Networks, Intelliden, IBM and Vello Systems. As VP of Product Architecture at Intelliden, Trevor oversaw the development of the product portfolio through to a successful acquisition by IBM. Subsequently Trevor was the Chief Architect at Vello Systems during the early days of the SDN industry, helping to shape the direction of the new technology and standards.

Tim Croy (CTO)

Tim has extensive expertise in developing carrier-grade network management systems, deployed in some of the largest communications networks in the world. He has a passion for technology and a proven track record in delivering robust, scalable and effective software products for highly demanding telecoms customers. He is a respected member of the global telecoms technical community, having made significant contributions to international standards and authored numerous patents in the space.

Angela Reavey (CFO)

Angela is a former Chairman of Chartered Accountants Ireland (Ulster Society). She has a wide range of management accountancy expertise gained at one of the Big Four in Belfast and London and as a partner at BDO. In 2012 Angela founded Capaxo Ltd, providing management consultancy and corporate finance services to the public and private sector. She holds non-executive directorships in a number of private companies and public bodies in Northern Ireland.

John Lennon (Board Chairman)

John is co-founder and Sales Director of Novosco, a highly successful provider of Cloud, managed IT services and technical consultancy. Novosco has received numerous awards and accolades, including being on the Sunday Times Best Companies list for the past 3 years, and the only company to be placed in the Deloitte Fast 50 for 15 consecutive years.

Deirdre Terrins (Non Executive Board Member)

Deirdre has extensive corporate experience in managing new technology offerings and market creation. Her international sales background in Siemens, (Europe) and Xerox (US) was developed further in venture and change management roles in the US, UK and Asia. Deirdre has managed innovative product and process assignments in both public and private sectors. She has sectoral expertise in telecoms, IT, analytics, renewables, ecommerce, enterprise systems and innovative products. Her new product development background includes the successful introduction of ‘disruptive’ technologies into new markets. She has directed investment in startups, high growth, MBO and IP commercialisation companies from origination to exit.

Dr Steve Brankin (Non Executive Board Member)

Steve founded and led the highly successful software company Asidua Ltd through to acquisition by Civica Group. Headquartered in Belfast with offices in Birmingham and Dublin, Asidua employed over 140 people and had an impressive list of public and private sector global clients. Steve is a strong supporter of local business, serving on several industry committees including the IET NI Engineering Policy Group which advises government on engineering issues. He has received numerous awards including the Deloitte Fast 50 and UTV Business Eye Technology Personality of the Year.

Steve recently joined Northern Regional College as Vice Principal for Transformation and Business Development. His dual role is to plan and lead the college through transformational reorganisation for improved efficiency & quality, and in parallel develop strong relationships between the college and businesses in the region.