CTO's Inventions Started Early in Life

Alleven, Monica
February 2006
Wireless Week;2/15/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p30
Trade Publication
Profiles Brian Roundtree, founder and chief technical officer for Snapln. Childhood experiences of Roundtree that conditioned and influenced him to like technology and inventions; Career background of Roundtree; Information on famous businesspeople and executives he had worked with; Comments from Roundtree.


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