The Yottabyte Leadership Team

 

Greg Campbell

Principal, Vice President of Technology

The developer of the Yottabyte software architecture, Campbell heads product development, including R&D, application development and quality assurance. He specializes in creating highly fault-tolerant, hardware-efficient, and scalable software platforms. Earlier, he was co-founder and Vice President of Technology of Codespear, where he developed a platform that allowed for interoperable communications. In 2007, Codespear was sold to Federal Signal Corporation, where Campbell became Chief Software Architect and Director of Advanced Technology. He also has multiple patents pending for computer software and hardware. Campbell studied computer science at the University of Michigan - Dearborn.

Paul E. Hodges III

Principal, President and CEO

Hodges has a 20-year track record as a successful entrepreneur. Most recently, he served as principal of Netarx, a network integration and services organization, which he helped grow substantially during his tenure. Earlier, Hodges co-founded and was CEO of Codespear, a developer of broadcast alert and interoperable communications software, now part of Federal Signal. In 2007 he was a founder of First Michigan Bank, a $3 billion bank of which he is director. Other companies he has founded include Bloomfield Computer Systems (BCS), later purchased by Datatec, an international IT and managed services provider, and the marketing and advertising agencies ePrize and Alteris Group. Hodges studied computer engineering at Lawrence Technological University.

 

Duane Tursi

Principal, Vice President of Sales and Marketing

Tursi has 18 years of experience maximizing sales opportunities in highly competitive markets. As a principal and co-founder of Netarx, he was responsible for sales and marketing, and grew the company into a nationally recognized leader in systems integration and remote network operations. Tursi was instrumental in Netarx's acquisition of the VAR business of Analyst International in 2009, which he took to $65 million in revenue in 2010 and subsequently sold to Logicalis in 2011. Tursi served as an original member of Cisco's Partner Executive Exchange Board. He holds a BS in biological science from Emory University.