Mike Pascoe is well known for his strong record of building shareholder value in the telecommunications industry and for his active role on the boards of leading up-and-coming technology companies, such as ANDA Networks.
Most recently, Mr. Pascoe was CEO of Meriton Networks and led its private sale to Xtera Communications. Previously, Mr. Pascoe was CEO and President of PairGain Technologies, which ADC acquired in 2000 for $3 billion. Prior to PairGain, Mr. Pascoe was a key member of the executive management team at Newbridge Networks (acquired by Alcatel in 2000 for $7 billion) as the president of the U.S. division, as well as the EVP/GM of the North and South American business regions.
Prior to his 14 years with Newbridge, Mr. Pascoe held various engineering and marketing positions with Nortel, Mitel and the telecom division of Rockwell International.
Mr. Pascoe holds an electrical engineering degree from the University of Waterloo.
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President and CEO – Magor Communications Corporation (professional)
Magor Communications develops industry-leading telecollaboration systems that seamlessly integrate an individual’s desktop into a peer-to-peer high definition (HD) visual collaboration experience – without burdening the network or increasing IT costs. Magor works with technology and channel partners and OEMs to bring the power of telecollaboration to businesses of all sizes, across a range of industries and vertical markets.
Advisor & Mentor – Communitech HYPERDRIVE (professional)
HYPERDRIVE is a $30+ million tech startup incubator program with a global focus to seed, fund, and grow early-stage tech startups into “Series A” VC funded companies. HYPERDRIVE has assembled world-class advisers to help build your business Our mentor network includes Executives-in-Residence, industry leaders, subject experts, established entrepreneurs, service providers and investors ready to share real-world business experience.
Dean's Development Council – University of Waterloo Engineering (professional)
Engineering was the first faculty at the University of Waterloo. Now ranked among the top 50 engineering schools in the world, Waterloo Engineering is the largest engineering school in Canada. In 31 graduate degree programs, including course-based and research masters, and doctoral studies, our graduate students benefit from a robust and innovative research environment.
Council of Governors – i-CANADA (professional)
i-CANADA is a national movement to create a nation of Intelligent Communities large and small, central and remote, all enjoying the economic development, job growth and social prosperity now available in the world’s leading Intelligent Communities. The i-CANADA Council of Governors is comprised of the leadership of Canada’s ‘knowledge-based society’, and brings to i-CANADA the power to springboard the program of creating an Intelligent Nation.
University of Waterloo: Bachelor of Applied Science, Electrical Engineering
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- Corporate Training