Board of Advisors
At 22-years-old Pehr had almost completed a degree at MIT. He dropped out and started NBX Corporation to make an IP-based phone system that used Ethernet to carry voice calls. When Pehr and his co-founders sold NBX to 3Com Corp. for $90 million in 1999, he returned to MIT and finished a BS and MS in computer science and electrical engineering. Upon moving to Wisconsin, he became the executive director of Silicon Pastures, the first angel network in Wisconsin. He worked for Metavante, a financial services company, in their M&A group as an acquisition advisor. Currently, he is VP of Platform Technology at Harqen.