New York Institute of Technology’s Michael Hutt Joins Fintech Firm Speakerbus

Speakerbus.com – London & New York – Michael F. Hutt, Adjunct Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering at the New York Institute of Technology, joins Speakerbus, the UK-headquartered leading innovator of mission-critical voice collaboration solutions for financial institutions. Professor Hutt will hold the new position of Consulting Systems Engineer for North America.


Hutt joins Speakerbus at an interesting time, as the company gears up for major growth in the open systems and cloud technology sectors of its critical voice solutions. His extensive achievements encompass development of trading floor technology and co-founding (and holding the role of principal software engineer) at Router Management Solutions, Inc., where he developed the advanced Multicast Management Tool and Route Monitoring Tool for managing multicast networks. The company’s intellectual property was bought by Cisco Systems, subsequent to which Hutt moved to Cisco.


Patrick McCullough, CEO of Speakerbus, said, “The wealth of experience, innovation and track-record of success Michael brings to Speakerbus will be a great addition to our team. His choosing to join Speakerbus at this time is highly significant as we develop and release new solutions to the rapidly-evolving voice and communications sectors. I have admired Michael’s industry-changing work for many years and am excited to have him as part of the Speakerbus team, as we grow and move forward.”


Professor Hutt commented, “I enjoy the challenge of understanding a requirement and developing a novel approach and an innovative solution. I see that the same ‘can do’ attitude is the underlying theme within Speakerbus. The company has been keeping its clients at the forefront of technology for thirty years and I want to be part of where it is headed in its next phase.”


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