Chief Technology Officer
Charles Wilson is the Chief Technology Officer of Information Architected, Inc..
With 30 years of experience on both the hardware and software sides of the high technology industry in a variety of company roles, Charles has experienced the challenges of building products, assembling and managing teams and starting and running companies, both large and small.
Charles started his career in 1981 while still a student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst by accepting the job to build a computer center at the College of Engineering. He helped faculty members raise millions of dollars in grants, wired all five buildings with a new networking technology (ethernet was untried then) and built workstation based labs for students. All of those efforts laid the groundwork for his future career.
Charles went on to Digital Equipment where he worked as a Program Manager in Corporate R&D rerseraching and building workstation based clusters, distributed systems and highly parallel supercomputers.
He left Digital in 1993 to join a small company tasked to build a $20M supercomputer for Lawrence Livermore National Lab (LLNL). That supercomputer was one of the most reliable computers used at LLNL and was in service for over 5 years.
Charles then co-founded his first startup where he and Gerry Talbot built some of the industries first multiple processor servers. That startup was sold to Hyundai Electronics America where Charles became GM of their Computer Systems Division and then CEO of Axil Computer, their $70M workstation subsidiary.
Charles left Axil in 1997 to try his hand at consulting working in a number of companies and markets including an interesting year at Dragon Systems.
In 2002 Charles joined Atomic Dog Publishing as CEO to help the electronic textbook market.
In 2004, it was time to go back to working for himself, so Charles found Netserity, LLC a company focused on building custom software applications and solutions. Solutions included the worlds first electronic exchange for trading energy derivatives which was in use by all the major energy companies, a business intelligence application at a major pharmaceutical in use by over 3000 people daily and a ticketing system for a AAA minor league baseball team.
Charles joined forces as the CTO for Information Architected to continue to offer custom developed and integrated software, as well as to continue to expand his expertise in content management solutions.
Charles has a background in supercomputers, distributed systems, voice recognition, natural language processing, electronic publishing, trading platforms, online transactions systems, business intelligence, document and content management and mobile software development.