John has spent more than 35 years in the tech industry, using new business models, new technologies, and new markets to create shareholder value. Most recently he served as CEO at semiconductor firm MACOM, spearheading 11 acquisitions that tripled sales in just five years. In addition to his decades of work in the United States, John has spent stints in both Ireland and the Netherlands.

Pison Technology, based in Boston, collects and classifies data from the most valuable source in the world—the human body— to create the next generation of neural interfaces that focus on gesture recognition and neurophysiological insight.

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