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David Pulling

David Pulling

Inducted:

 4/22/2016

Degrees:

BSEE 1986 - West Virginia University
MBA 1989 - West Virginia University

Mr. David Pulling serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Qolsys, Inc.   Qolysis is a venture capital startup with
approximately 80 employees.   Qolsys has a product line that focuses on Home Automation and Security. 

 Mr. Pulling served as President of NetXen, Inc. Prior to joining NetXen, Inc. he was an Executive Vice President of Server Works where he was responsible for sales and marketing activities. As a founding member of the ServerWorks' team, he grew its server chipset business, with a market share of 90%, and played a key role in the sale of ServerWorks to Broadcom.

 Prior to ServerWorks, he held a number of executive management positions at Ross Technology. As Vice President of Strategic Marketing, he was instrumental in taking Ross Technology public in 1995.

 He earned his BSEE in 1986 from West Virginia University, and earned an MBA in 1989 from the University of Dallas.   He began his career after graduation from WVU at Texas Instruments.

Mr. Pulling has returned a number of times to WVU to meet and speak with students, and Qolsys has supported the WVU Solar Decathlon team in the area of home automation.