Tim Mortsolf is a founder and the Chief Executive Officer of OasisWorks. Tim has worked in the software R&D fields of Internet routing and subscriber management throughout his career at Bell Laboratories, U.S. Robotics, RedBack Networks (acquired by Ericsson), Starent Networks (acquired by Cisco), and Cisco Systems. Tim was also a cofounder and served as the chief architect at Affirmed Networks (acquired by Microsoft). Tim holds a large number telecommunications and Internet technology patents and is an author of several IETF networking standards.
At U.S. Robotics, Tim defined the Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) that enables secure remote access to corporate networks across the public Internet. For work in this field, he was a recipient of the PC Magazine Networking Software Innovation of the Year award. Tim is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Massachusetts and holds degrees in physics, chemistry, biochemistry, and molecular biology.
Scott Myelle is a founder and the Chief Operating Officer of OasisWorks. Scott began his career at Tellabs working on T1 & E1 Transcoders before moving into Sales Engineering for Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC) voice and data communications where he was instrumental in winning a $25M account in the Netherlands which led him to move to Amsterdam, Holland. While in Amsterdam, Scott co-founded Priority Wireless (a wholly owned subsidiary of the cable conglomerate United Pan-Europe Communications) as the Director of Engineering deploying Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) networks in Spain, France, Switzerland, Finland and Norway over three years. Upon Scott’s return to the United States he pursued an MBA and held many management roles at Tellabs, Contextream (acquired by HPE) and Cisco Systems. Scott earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology and an MBA from Northern Illinois University.
Anil Gunturu leads technology at OasisWorks. Anil began his career writing software for Remote Access Servers (RAS) at Advanced Computer Communications (acquired by Ericsson). For the past 20 years, Anil has led teams developing software for a wide spectrum of applications ranging from packet forwarding software in Network Processing Units (NPUs) to distributed enterprise applications at various companies including Foundry Networks (acquired by Brocade), Mistletoe Technologies, Starent Networks (acquired by Cisco) and Amazon Web Services. Anil holds an MBA from the Sloan School at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Master’s in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins, and Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.
Daniel leads the development team at OasisWorks. Daniel has been building and leading software (and hardware) teams in startups and large companies for most of his career. Daniel started his career building laser-based particle counters and embedded systems. Later, Daniel moved into networking, including being a founding member of Starent Networks (acquired by Cisco Systems). Daniel has also consulted in the areas of business transformation and M&A. Daniel has a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Leeds in the UK.
Fernando has more than 20 years of experience in IT & Telecom with market leading companies, including Cisco Systems, Starent Networks, Motorola, Affirmed Networks and Mavenir. He worked in both VC-backed startups as well as established big companies.
Throughout his career, Fernando held Product Strategy, Product Management, Business Development and Marketing roles for Cable Access, Voice over IP, Mobile Networks Packet Core and RAN / OpenRAN. He worked with global Tier 1 carriers on their network strategies and deployments. Fernando has an MBA from Babson College and MSEE from ITBA Buenos Aires, Argentina.