Mike is the Chief Executive Officer of Lamprey Networks Inc. As CEO, Mike is responsible for overall direction and operations of LNI. He brings over 30 years of senior leadership experience across large and entrepreneurial companies within several industries including Telecommunications, Information Technology and Defense Electronics. His broad technical experience and background as a successful integrator position LNI to drive innovation as a leader in the Healthcare IT industry.
Prior to joining LNI, Mike was North American Head of R&D Services for Nokia Siemens Networks, a telecommunications joint venture between Nokia and Siemens; Vice President of Operations for Siemens Network Convergence, an entrepreneurial subsidiary of Siemens Communications responsible for next generation voice networks; and Vice President of Programs for SierraCom, a start-up in cellular backhaul. Mike also held several senior level positions within Lockheed Sanders, Raytheon and M/A Com.
Mike holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, as well as a master’s in business administration from Rivier University.
President and CTO
Barry is the President and Chief Technology Officer of Lamprey Networks. He founded LNI in 1999 and has over 20 years of leadership experience developing internet technologies.
Barry has worked on compliance and verification issues in a number of settings, founding the InterOperability Lab (IOL) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), and leading the protocol design of an SiSCI to Fibre Channel translation chip for Trebia before launching LNI. Additionally, he has developed test suites for many communications and storage protocols including IEEE 11073, iWARP (RFC 5044, RFC5040, and RFC 5041), Fibre Channel, iSCSI, FDDI, IEEE 802.5, HomePlug, PCI-ASI, PCI-E, as well as protocols within the IEEE 802.x family.
VP of Business Development
Charles (Chuck) Parker is the VP Business Development for Lamprey Networks Inc. With more than 20 years of Healthcare IT experience, he has led several research and for-profit initiatives. Most recently as the Executive Director of the Continua Health Alliance – a membership-driven company focused on developing an eco-system of interoperable personal health devices – Chuck has been active in leading the industry in the Personal Connected Health area for the past 6 years.
Mr. Parker has collaborated internationally with governments, payers, providers and vendors. Through working with Standards bodies and industry experts, he has worked to instill standards built upon international criteria from IEEE, HL7, Bluetooth, USB, and others. In 2012, Denmark and Singapore began collaborating with Continua to require all personal connected health devices used in their national telemedicine programs were Continua Certified to ensure convenient and secure collection, communication and access to personal health data for itscitizens.
Mr. Parker’s experiences include healthcare technology, policy, regulation, and the strategic design of evaluation and measurement strategies. He has led national programs for practice transformation and has served on national and international committees for assessing adoption requirements.
Mr. Parker holds a Master of Science degree in Healthcare Informatics from Northeastern University. He earned his BA in Communication Studies and Business Management at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.