Each member of MedTrava's Advisory Board is an expert in their respective field. The team brings decades of experience in large, successful enterprise companies such as Waveset/Sun Microsystems, Tivoli/IBM, and Hewlett-Packard.
is President and Founder of SailPoint – an identity risk management company based in Austin, Texas, overseeing product development, marketing, sales and services for the company. He previously served as founder and vice president of marketing for Waveset, where he turned ground-breaking innovation into tangible market results. Following the acquisition of Waveset by Sun Microsystems, Kevin led strategic positioning initiatives for Sun's software portfolio. A seasoned industry veteran, Kevin has brought innovative technologies to market for companies including UniSQL and IBM/Tivoli Systems.
is an IBM Fellow and Chief Architect. Largely responsible for development of the POWER5, he is one of the most prolific inventors in the world, being awarded 78 patents in 2002 and a further 53 in 2003. He has won IBM's Inventor of the Year award each year since 1998. He has 300 patents to his name and is currently listed among the top 10 patent holders alive in the USA.
Arimilli moved with his family to the United States from Andhra Pradesh, India, in 1969. He studied at Louisiana State University, and joined IBM in 1985. He is regarded as IBM's leading expert on symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system structures, cache/memory hierarchies and system bus protocols.
is Board Member and Former CEO and Founder, Waveset Technologies which was sold to Sun Microsystems in 2003. Turner leverages 20 years of industry experience in building and growing successful companies. Prior to Waveset, he served as entrepreneur-in-residence at Austin Ventures where he advised early stage companies. Mike joined Austin Ventures from Tivoli Systems, where he served as vice president and general manager. Mike's proven ability to turn business strategies into tangible market results contributed to significant success at Tivoli, which he helped grow from a small startup to an industry leader. Prior to Tivoli Systems, Mike was with Convex Computer Corporation which was acquired by Hewlett-Packard.