Bart Stuck

Focusing on tomorrow, where we spend the rest of our lives.

Bart Stuck attended MIT, worked at Bell Laboratories (Murray Hill, NJ), worked as an independent consultant for venture capital funds and for major telecom carriers and equipment vendors, founded a venture capital fund, and worked in metamathematics,
the geometric foundations of mathematical physics.

Strategic planning for the teams that create the products and services of tomorrow.

Bart Stuck has been involved with startup business strategic planning since the middle 1960s when he was at MIT and cold called Route 128 startups; he did his Master's Thesis in Amar Bose's group and spent time at Bose Corporation.

While at Bell Labs in the 1970s-1980s he spent significant time in Silicon Valley with startups such as Tandem Computers, Convergent Technologies, Silicon Graphics, MIPS Computers, Sun MicroSystems, as well as with super computer companies DenelCor and Tera Computer.  Google Scholar Citation.

In the 1990s he was involved with TranSwitch, Ciena, JDSUniphase, Global Crossing, Tegic, and CoVad. Ciena.

He was a consultant to GTech on 10+ online lotteries in the United States and United Kingdom. GTech.

In the 1990s, as the major telecom carriers began to evolve their networks from copper wire access, electromechanical switching, and microwave backbones, to optical fiber backbones, electronic routers, and wireless or optical fiber or copper wire digital network access, he was engaged with Korea Telecom, British Telecom, France Telecom, Deutsche Telekom, Telia, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, Embratel, ATT, MCI and Sprint. Michael Porter.

In the 2000s he was engaged with Terago, InPhase Technologies, and CorEdge Networks, as well as Liquid Piston. National Venture Capital Association.