30 Jan 2019 Stamford - CoolIT Systems, a world expert in scalable liquid cooling technology for data centres and HPC systems, has announced that Ken Dyer has joined the company as Chief Intellectual Property Counsel.
CEO Geoff Lyon commented: "We are thrilled to welcome Ken Dyer to the CoolIT Systems team. Ken's deep experience in all facets of the legal and business aspects of Intellectual Property will be invaluable as CoolIT builds on its position as the world leader in data centre liquid cooling."
"I am excited to join CoolIT at this point of inflection in the data centre liquid cooling market place", stated Ken Dyer. "The company has created and continues to develop a significant IP portfolio that can be strategically leveraged to support the company's strategy and growth."
With over 20 years of experience in private practice as well as several in-house positions, Ken Dyer has built an impressive resume. Before joining CoolIT Systems, Ken Dyer was most recently Vice President, IP Licensing at Silicon Valley based Tela Innovations where he successfully concluded significant deals with world leading technology companies such as Samsung, Qualcomm and TSMC - Taiwan Semiconductor. Previously, Ken Dyer spent several years with Intellectual Ventures in senior IP legal and business roles relating to the monetization of IVs diverse patent portfolio. Earlier in his career, Ken Dyer represented plaintiffs and defendants in patent litigations before the ITC and US District Courts as a partner at Perkins Coie LLP and as an associate at both Kirkland & Ellis LLP and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.