Jeffery L. Carter
President & CEO
Jeff has software development experience with artificial intelligence technologies such as natural language processing, vector space analysis, expert systems and intelligent agents. At Motorola he was the software architect for a knowledge management system that employed such artificial intelligence technologies. The knowledge management system included bibliometric, scientometric and cybermetric analysis techniques that were use to provide a prioritization for portfolio management and analysis. As a database analyst in early 90s, He was among the first to be implementing WAIS databases via the Internet and building CGI (common gateway interfaces).
Jeff has over 15 years of experience in the industries of technology analysis and intellectual property. Prior to founding HighTech-Solutions, he served as a Program Manager at Motorola’s Semiconductor Product Sector Intellectual Property Department. In this capacity, he was instrumental in reshaping the IP department from an overhead department into a profit and loss business. For the assertive licensing team, his responsibilities included target company selection, department resource prioritization, managing the reverse engineering process and directing the claim chart process. In an effort to further increase the profitability of Motorola’s intellectual property portfolio, he implemented a patent-harvesting process, which enabled Motorola’s licensing teams to boost the performance of their patent and technology licensing programs. He has created a multitude of claim charts for both infringement and non-infringement positions, and provides in-depth patent analyses and thorough prior art searches. Well-versed in the field of IP litigation, his experience includes serving as an expert consultant for several significant wireless and cellular phone litigation cases.
Jeff received his M.S. in Telecommunications from Southern Methodist University (SMU). He earned a Graduate Certificate in Telecommunications Management from the University of Dallas, and graduated with a B.A. in Japanese from Brigham Young University (BYU). He is published in the area of wireless and mobile computing, holds several patent applications and has one issued patent.
Jeff is fluent in English and Japanese.