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Meet the NTest Inc. Executive Team
Prior to NTest, Cano was President of Alcon Technologies where he led the company’s network switching business. Before Alcon Technologies, Cano managed the optical networking products division at ADC where he was responsible for worldwide product line management and business strategy.
Cano holds a MBA from the University of Minnesota and a BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Brigham Young University. He is fluent in English and Spanish.
Prior to NTest, Dorny held executive management positions at Control Point Corporation, and Qualcomm, where he led mobile device management initiatives that introduced leading-edge platforms for products such as Amazon’s Kindle and Cardionet’s MCOT offering. Before joining Qualcomm, Dorny was Vice President and General Manager for Ethertronics, a leading OEM cellular antenna supplier. During his tenure there, Ethertronics earned the #52 position on the Inc. 500 fastest growing companies list. Before Ethertronics, Dorny held various executive engineering and product management positions at LightPointe, IBM (Aptiva Group), Calient Networks and ADC in its Spain office. Dorny also founded Turbotrax Inc. an R&D startup company that develops innovative solutions for the extreme sports industry.
Dorny holds a BSEE degree from Brigham Young University and is based in San Diego, California.
Before co-founding NTest, Troy served as General Manager of Alcon Technologies, where he led the company’s network switching business. Prior to Alcon Technologies, Troy was Managing Director of ADC’s tunable laser business based in Stockholm Sweden. Before that, Troy led ADC’s international product management team of 60 employees with responsibility for worldwide product line management and business strategy.
Troy holds an MBA from the University of St. Thomas. He also holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from St. Cloud State University. He is a global traveler and avid motorcyclist when away from the office or not visiting with NTest customers.