Executive Team

Meet the NTest Inc. Executive Team

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JORGE CANO
President and Co-Founder
A telecommunications technology veteran of more than two decades, Cano oversees engineering and development of NTest’s worldwide test and measurement business, including its European operations from the company’s office in Spain. Cano co-founded NTest with Troy Veitenheimer and has more than 15 years in the remote fiber test system (RFTS) and fiber monitoring market.

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.

Troy Veitenheimer
VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS AND CO-FOUNDER
Troy heads up global operations and sales operations of the company’s test and measurement business. He has devoted more than 15 years of his distinguished high-technology career to the remote fiber test systems (RFTS) and fiber monitoring market.

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.

NTest Inc.

We develop and manufacture FiberWatch™, the leading Remote Fiber Test System in the world. FiberWatch™ monitors the physical integrity of fiber optic networks.