|Andre I. Masalovitch
Inforus Consortium President
During 1995-2003 Andre Masalovitch was Executive Director and Chief Developer of more than 10 successful international projects :
Micral Inc., St. Paul, MN, USA (CEO Charles Smoot). Russian specialists, headed by A. Masalovitch, completed four R&D projects related to the cellular telephony. The key advantage of Russian team was high level and low cost of signal processing solutions.
Parsytec , Chemnitz, Germany (Managing Director Dietrich Theb). Russian team , headed by A. Masalovitch, designed a set of sophisticated application programs for Parsytec multiprocessing hardware. The key advantage of Russian team was the ability of rapid development of large number of programs and libraries.
3L Limited, Edinburgh, UK (Director Alan Culloch). Russian team, headed by A. Masalovitch, designed key algorithms of C compiler for a number of application-specific hardware units. The key advantage of Russian team was the unique technology of high-level algorithm acceleration.
Eagle Aerospace, Vaduz, Liechtenstein (General Manager Nick Grey). Russian team, headed by A. Masalovitch, completed a number of rapid prototyping projects for the potential large scale investment projects. The key result - for the less of six month the first pre-release version of the Flanker simulation game was designed. Now it's one of top three simulation games in the world.
Transtech Parallel Systems, Bucks, UK (Director Mike Cahill). Russian team, leaded by A. Masalovitch, designed a number of optimization algorithms for Transtech hardware.
EQUIS International, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (Chief Manager Curtis Palmer). Russian team, headed by A. Masalovitch, designed the interface and data processing modules for the well known EQUIS Metastock on-line trading software. As the result EQUIS entered Russian market and some other local markets.
Super PC Intl, Minneapolis, MN, USA (Director Arjun Runganadhan). Russian team, leaded by A. Masalovitch, designed and manufactured the prototype version of the scalable and flexible ISDN communication switch. The original idea and basic algorithms of Russian developers were patented in USA.
Viking Interconnect Systems, Mayer, MN (Director Gary Miller). Russian team, headed by A. Masalovitch, designed the layouts of printed circuit boards for high-speed communication devices.
i-Group, Boston, MS, USA (President Stephen Roy) Russian team, headed by A. Masalovitch, is developing the client/server software for Electronic B2B Exchange. The original Smart Exchange approach allows to expand Exchange features using fuzzy requests, natural language requests and unique "Ask Market" feature.