Blair Kellerhals is Content Marketing and Project Manager at Kyrio. She was formerly a senior editor at the Petri IT Knowledgebase.
John Cernazanu provides program management leadership across Wireless, Testing, Security, and Online Services lines of business at Kyrio.
Jason Lauer is Director of Wireless and Testing Services at Kyrio. He leads a dedicated team of lab and test engineers providing certification, interoperability, performance, and compatibility testing for wired and wireless networked devices across a wide range of technologies, including SDN/NFV, CBRS, Coherent Optics, IoT, WiFi, and DOCSIS® programs.
Jesus Lopez, Director of Lab Services at Kyrio, leads the wireless testing group at Kyrio and is responsible for all wireless testing services including Wi-Fi characterization and performance testing.
Jen has a passion for bringing organizations to life, particularly when they deliver new value to customers. She has extensive experience supporting the growth and viability of start-ups and emerging companies. Most recently, she served as head of Client Services for a Silicon Valley agency with a rich history of helping clients launch new brands, reinvigorate existing ones, and introduce innovative new products. Previously Jen was VP Managing Director for Astia, a technology incubator, where she directed marketing for a global portfolio of young companies, resulting in 22 exits and 3 IPO’s. Jen received her B.S. in Business Administration from Colorado State University, is a ACC certified business coach and a speaker at entrepreneur conferences.
Mitch Ashley is the president and general manager of Kyrio and is responsible for leading the strategy, business development and operations across its multiple lines of business. As an entrepreneur and a technology leader, he brings over twenty years of experience to this role, creating new products and services in the security, internet, telecommunications, and banking industries.
Matt Forbes is a Senior Systems Engineer for the Kyrio Wireless Testing Services team. He has worked at CableLabs and Kyrio for the past 14 years testing voice, data and wireless services. Today he performs wireless and IoT testing services for Kyrio.
Mark Meyer is the Director of the Development Team for the Wireless and Testing Services group at Kyrio. He is responsible for managing interoperability events and development support at CableLabs and Kyrio. In addition to his management duties, Mark is also an active participate on several different Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) working groups and is the chair for the Certification Procedures Requirements task group. Mark has been an employee with CableLabs and Kyrio for 18.5 years.
Ritesh Gujarathi is a lead engineer at Kyrio. His expertise is in wireless technologies, where he is responsible for cellular and Wi-Fi testing, product evaluation, certification testing and testing for analysis and proof of concepts.
Ron has 25 years of management and technical experience in the high technology industry and has worked in many areas of computer and embedded systems, including system-level design, semiconductors, software, and security and cryptography.
Robin Ku is Director of the Kyrio NFV Interop lab at CableLabs in Louisville CO. His responsibilities include SDN/NFV system integration, baseline performance testing and development of test capabilities that will help the supplier and operator communities move toward commercial deployment of virtualization technologies.
He also leads a software development team that recently completed automation of DOCSIS® 3.1 certification testing. Prior to that, he managed certification testing for the PacketCable project, including test plan development, test automation and distributed work teams. Before joining CableLabs, Robin was a network engineer and systems administrator for a regional ISP in Los Angeles, CA.
In overseeing legal affairs of Kyrio, Simon brings over 25 years experience, providing legal guidance and resolution on a wide range of domestic and international business issues, including technology licensing, corporate law, employment law, telecommunications, trademark, copyright, tax, privacy, cybersecurity and general security matters.