Mr. Hui’s experience targets both engineering and business, U.S. centric and globally for more than 25 years. Beginning in 1972, he was with Schlumberger Corp. as a field engineer in several countries and with S&T Enterprises Ltd., in Hong Kong as their sales and marketing manager. Between 1975 and 1983, during and after his graduate school, Mr. Hui held various positions.
He was with Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory in network and data acquisition systems for linking the super computer centers in U.S. with the Linear Accelerator in Stanford University. In addition, while at At Amdahl Corp. in Sunnyvale, California, he was the designer of Amdahl’s bus system for their first MP (Multiprocessor) IBM compatible mainframe computer. At STC Computer Research Corp., he was one of the six members in computer architecture for the first CMOS mainframe computer (also an IBM mainframe compatible machine).
In late 1983, Mr. Hui founded Everex System Inc. in Mountain View, California. He took Everex public in 1987, growing it to over US $500 million in annual sales with over 1,500 employees worldwide. In 1999, he was advisor to the Henderson (China) Group in Hong Kong as well as the Principle Architect for One Trend.Net Inc. in 2000. In 2001, he became the President of the Telecommunications and Technology Group of Henderson (China). His responsibilities included oversight and management of 23000 Km of nationwide fiber optics backbone in China.
Following his tenure at Henderson, Mr. Hui founded Power All Networks, Ltd., a leading edge networking company that has broad and superior applications across the networking, storage, telecommunications, media and Internet areas.
Mr. Hui received a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 1972, a masters of science in mechanical engineering in 1977 and a master of engineers in computer science and electrical engineering in 1979, both from the University of California at Berkeley.