Gary Warden is founder and President of SRB Consulting, Inc. SRB Consulting, Inc., provides Fibre Channel consulting, seminars and training courses for world-class companies in the Mil-Aero market.
Resume & Vitae
Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science with Computing Systems Option from Wright State University.
1996-2003; 2006-Present, President and Founder of SRB Consulting, Inc.
SRB Consulting Inc. is committed to cutting-edge technical training, seminars and consulting on the Fibre Channel Protocol as an avionics and weapons systems data bus.
Dec. 2001-2005, President and Co-Founder, NGS, Beavercreek, OH
Mr. Warden’s expertise as a Fibre Channel consultant and his previous development management experience enabled him to pull together the concepts, people, and money to start NGS. Mr. Warden is co-founder and Chairman of the Board for NGS. Mr. Warden is specifically responsible for providing leadership, management, and direction to the NGS management team including Engineering, Marketing, Sales Business Development, and Operations.
2006, VP of Business Development for AIM-USA
Assembled an engineering team to lead the development of a Fibre Channel tester card sold by AIM-USA in the DoD avionics marketplace. AIM-USA, 2689 Commons Blvd., Suite 201, Beavercreek, Ohio 45431.
2004-2006, President and CTO of startup company, Next Generation Systems
Gary led the development of a 16 port 2 gigabit per port Fibre Channel workgroup switch that layered guaranteed bandwidth and latency Quality of Service features onto standard Fibre Channel Class 2 and Class 3 traffic. Gary has a patent pending on his invention.
May 1996-Dec. 2001, President, SRB Consulting, Inc. Tipp City, OH
Mr. Warden provided a range of Fibre Channel technology consulting services, including product plan reviews, product development reviews, Fibre Channel technology training, seminars, marketing and engineering document reviews, competitive analysis, market projections, simulation studies of design tradeoffs, and other engineering management services.
June 1985-May 1996, Advanced Product Development Manager, Systran Corporation, Dayton, OH
Responsible for Systran’s technology forecasts Mr. Warden co-invented the SCRAMNet® network and subsequently founded and headed Systran’s product division. Mr. Warden was involved in all aspects of growing the division. He developed and executed the Business Plan for Systran’s product division growing the product line from SCRAMNet® to FibreXpress. Mr. Warden developed the initial product sales and marketing strategies taking the company from start to nearly $20 million annual gross revenue in 3 years.
June 1980-June 1985, Senior Engineer, Systran Corporation, Dayton, OH
Mr. Warden achieved increasingly responsible positions starting with junior programmer and culminating with senior project engineer. Mr. Warden specified the requirements and managed 25 hardware and software engineers in the development of the Advanced Multi-Purpose Support Environment (AMPSE), which was designed to support embedded computer resources in avionics. He also designed and coded the distributive real-time executive for AMPSE.
Mr. Warden developed a checkpoint-restart capability for the real-time simulation for the Digital Avionics Information System (DAIS) project at the Avionics Laboratory, WPAFB. He also supported the Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory on an Equations of Motion (EOM) model for several fighter aircraft, and he developed a terrain board model which involved interfacing a PSP-11/34 processor to a Pacer processor via a DR11B DMA module.