Mike Jadon, Board Director, CEO & Co-Founder
Mike has twenty years of experience in memory storage and multi-processing.  Prior to co-founding Radian, he was a principal and G.M. at Micro Memory where he led the transformation of the business into an IP oriented company that developed clustered multi-processing solutions and advanced storage devices.  This included creating the Umem line which became the industry’s leading PCI/PCIe NVRAM storage device for OEMs.  The transformation resulted in a significant technology portfolio that doubled Micro Memory’s revenues and led to an acquisition by partner VMEtro, where he continued in his position as G.M. and took on the additional role of U.S. CTO.  After VMEtro was acquired by Curtiss-Wright, Mike continued to lead the memory storage and processing group, exceeding revenue and profit milestones each quarter.

Brian Dexheimer, Board Director
Brian’s roles at Seagate included President of Consumer Solutions, Chief Marketing and Sales Officer, and EVP Global Sales & Marketing.  He was a key member of the executive team that led the company through a successful privatization and subsequent IPO in 2002. During that time, Brian grew company sales from $6 Billion to over $10 Billion through expansion into new markets and geographies.  As President, Consumer Solutions, he was responsible for the development, manufacturing and go-to-market of Seagate’s $1 Billion branded DAS, NAS and consumer storage products and services.   Brian started his career at Control Data Corp. and more recently served as an advisory consultant to SanDisk.  Along with his involvement in Radian, Brian has been on the Board of Plantronics since 2008.

Ted Sanford, Board Director
Ted is a veteran of several software startups, including being CEO and Co-Founder of FlashSoft, a leading provider of Flash caching technology that was acquired by SanDisk [SNDK].  Prior to FlashSoft, Ted was CEO of Baccel, a software company focusing on Continuous Data Protection (CDP) that supported advanced features such as rewritable clones and shadow copying.  Ted was an early member of AppStream, acquired by Symantec [SYMC], and a co-founder of 3Cube which was acquired by Oracle [ORCL].

Robert Lercari, Vice President of Engineering & Co-Founder
At Micro Memory, Robert designed a patented system to support async/sync mirroring of non-volatile PCI memory in highly available, N+1 scalable storage clusters.  As the Director of Engineering, he led a senior R&D staff of software, hardware, and logic designers that produced the Umem line of NVRAM storage devices and the company’s multi-processing line.  Based on an internally developed, zero-copy RDMA software framework, the multi-processing product line connected dense compute, DSP and storage blades over a serial switch fabric backplane.  Robert started his career at Computer Sciences Corp., where he designed the hardware and software for a real time, reflective memory network that supported a 32-node synchronous compute cluster.

Wayne Rickard, Advisor
Wayne has been a pioneer in storage networking, working hands on with the early versions of fibre channel and initiating standardization efforts through industry consortiums such as SNIA and FCIA.  He was Co-Founder and held V.P. of Engineering and CTO roles at Gadzoox Networks, an early leader in fibre channel SAN switches.  As a Director of Engineering at Emulex, Wayne led an Advanced Technology group that developed the industry’s first fibre channel HBA.  He has held V.P. and division Chief Technologist positions at Seagate and been an Advisory Board member at PMC Sierra.