President and CEO
Glenn serves customers by making sure that everyone at ASSET continually strives to increase customer satisfaction. He is in charge of new initiatives, and stays close to the market by spending the majority of his time with customers, prospects, and the people working closest with them. Glenn led the ASSET business at Texas Instruments before spinning ASSET out of TI in 1995. The original ASSET focus was boundary scan test and Glenn led the company through its expansion and transition to a leader in embedded instrumentation. He holds an MBA from SMU and a BSIE from the University of South Florida.
Vice President, Product Development
Keith serves customers by bringing years of hardware and embedded software development expertise to ensure ASSET focuses on accelerating product development, flexibility and an ISO 9001 level of quality. Prior to joining ASSET, Keith was Director of Embedded Software Development at Cray, Inc. (acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) in 2019). Keith also previously held Director of Engineering positions with Newisys Inc., Polycom (now Poly, Inc.), General Bandwidth and Alcatel (formerly DSC). Keith holds a BS in Applied Mathematics and minor in Computer Science and Business Management from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, magna cum laude.
Vice President of Sales
Mr. Sguigna has more than 20 years of experience in senior-level general management, marketing, engineering, sales, manufacturing, finance and customer service positions. Before joining ASSET, he worked in the telecom industry. He has had profit and loss responsibility for a $150 million division of Spirent Communications, a supplier of test products and services. Prior to his tenure with Spirent, Mr. Sguigna also served in business development positions with Nortel Networks, overseeing the growth of its voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) products.
Chief Technologist, Non-intrusive Board Test and JTAG
Adam ensures that ASSET’s non-intrusive board test (NBT) methodologies comprise a best-in-class solution to meet the evolving need for improved coverage of board test in the face of ongoing erosion of physical access. Pursuant to ASSET’s strong support for standards, Adam is an active participant in IEEE 1149.1, having previously served terms as working group vice chair and as standard technical editor (for the 2001 revision), as well as in nearly all related standards, to include: 1149.4, 1149.5, 1149.6, 1149.7, 1149.8.1, 1500, 1532, 1581, P1149.1.1, P1149.10, iNEMI boundary-scan adoption, PICMG MicroTCA, and SJTAG (system JTAG). Adam’s experience prior to ASSET spanned over a decade at Texas Instruments, Sherman TX, where he had roles in application support for TI’s boundary-scan logic products and for test and characterization of new logic families. Adam earned the BSEE degree from Oklahoma State University, Stillwater OK, in 1986.