Management Team

William Leach, President:
Prior to co-founding Intercon Tech, LLC, Mr. Leach was the co-founder and President of Vivid Print Innovations, Inc.  As the President of Vivid Print Innovations, William compiled a team of leading inkjet developers that developed a wide range of custom inkjet systems from printing on 3D objects to material deposition on silicon wafers.  Prior to founding Vivid Print Innovations, Mr. Leach was employed at Signtech USA® and subsequently NUR Macroprinters® (Signtech® was purchased by NUR Macroprinters®), as the VP of R&D.  He developed the electronics for the Salsa® line of printers prior to serving as V.P. of R&D.  While serving as V.P. of R&D, he put together a team of developers that specialized in rapid product development and he had significant input into the direction of the product lines.  Within a 3-year span, his team successfully developed 7 products.  Later, as V.P. of Technical Services, he helped establish the Response Center and many service-related processes.
Michael Fischer, Senior Vice President:
A computer and system architect, inventor, R&D team leader, and product developer whose work has advanced the state of the art in areas as diverse as wireless data networks, multithreaded processors, intelligent I/O controllers, object oriented systems, virtualization, and raster graphics.  Many of his product designs are based upon application-specific, embedded processors — He has designed 24 processors in technologies ranging from TTL MSI to 65nm CMOS. As a system architect he has developed innovative solutions for numerous applications, including industrial automation, medical telemetry, scalable multiprocessors and high-performance I/O interfaces. He is inventor and co-inventor on 51 patents. In the 1970′s he was one of the pioneers of raster graphics. In the 1980′s he developed symmetric multiprocessors, one of the industry’s first hypervisors, and the world first LAN with dynamically variable data rates.  Since 1990, he has worked primarily on wireless data networks, including WLAN, WiMax, UWB, and LTE. He made the largest individual contribution to the development of WLANs — inventing some of the enabling technology, writing and/or editing major portions of the IEEE 802.11 standard, and architecting and leading development of the controller used in over 100 million WLAN devices, including essentially all of the first 25 million WiFi devices that were shipped.