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There's lot of chopping and dicing these days at Sliceware Inc., as the startup led by onetime Sequent founder and CEO Casey Powell starts to heat up.
The company has just gained two new board members, both with long experience in small business systems, the space that Sliceware hopes to conquer with its managed network software package. And Sliceware has just entered into a relationship with its first U.S. reseller, who in turn has made an installation agreement with the first-ever U.S. customer for Sliceware's package.
Frank Gill, one of the two new board members, was the highest-ranking Intel employee in Oregon before his retirement in 1998. Gill headed the small business and networking group that was based at Intel Oregon, and was widely regarded as one of the major movers behind Intel's push into the worlds of networking and the …