David Oros has been a leader in the successful development of high-technology businesses for more than 30 years. Currently, he is a founding partner of Gamma 3 LLC. Gamma 3 provides early-stage funding for start-up initiatives focused on IP creation, technology advancement, and commercialization. It partners with best-in-class academic institutions, inventors, and entrepreneurs to create advanced technology companies in the Maryland area.
David has raised more than $2.5 billion in six public offerings and has been recognized as a leader and visionary in several technology fields. His many awards and honors include acknowledgement as the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year; Mobile Computing Magazine’s Person of the Year for 2000, and the KPMG High Tech Entrepreneur of the Year. He received the Westinghouse award for Leadership in Research and Development. David also holds a U.S. patent for the airborne multi-function radar system.
David is the Chairman and founder of Terbium Labs. Terbium Labs is an information security company that runs Matchlight, a data intelligence system that monitors the Internet for breaches of organizations' most sensitive data. He is also Chairman of Gemstone Biotherapeutics LLC. Gemstone Biotherapeutics is a leader in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. It is developing bioengineering technology for clinical cell therapy solutions and wound healing products.
From 2007 to 2010, David was a founding partner of Global Domain Partners, LLC, a managed futures company that uses advanced optimization modeling as a predictive tool for worldwide markets, currencies, and commodities. From 1996 to 2006, he was the Chairman and CEO of Aether Systems, Inc., a leading provider of wireless and mobile data solutions for the financial trading systems, transportation, and public safety industries. He built Aether Systems from a small consulting company with a handful of employees to an industry leader in high-end wireless applications.
From 1994 until 1996, David was President of NexGen Technologies, LLC, a wireless software development company. From 1992 until 1994, he was President of the Wireless Data Group at Westinghouse Electric. For a decade prior to that, he directed internal research at Westinghouse Electric, managing large programs in advanced airborne radar design and development.
David currently serves on the Board of Directors for Evolving Systems, Inc. He is on the Board of Visitors for the University of Maryland Baltimore County and is the Senior Executive CEO In Residence. He also is on the Board of Directors for Paul’s Place, a community outreach center in Washington Village.