ADDC’s new board appointment sets sights on a ‘last mile’ secure compute solution for drones


Arnouse Digital Devices Corporation (ADDC) has appointed Dean Nelson to its board of directors.

The former head of Uber Metal has joined the high-tech compute designer and manufacturer’s board in a move to help with a ‘last mile’ secure compute solution for global IoT devices.

Michael Arnouse, chairman and CEO of ADDC, said he was looking forward to welcoming Nelson.

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He commented: “We are excited to welcome Mr. Nelson on board and honoured that he accepted our invitation to offer his industry expertise as we bring our technology offerings to the data center and global computing market.”

On his appointment, Dean Nelson, founder and CEO of Dean Nelson Inc, said: “ADDC’s technology and patent portfolio are highly applicable to the core data center, edge, autonomous vehicles, VTOL, and drone markets.”

Adding: “There is a need for a last mile, ruggedized, secure compute solution for the billions of IoT devices globally that are being deployed on the ground and in the air. ADDC is uniquely positioned to serve this space.”

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