Functional Analyst at College of Western Idaho
- Boise, Idaho Area
- Computer Hardware
Ted Daniels's Overview
- OneStop Customer Service (Contract) at College of Western Idaho
- Board of Stewards at Crossroads Community Church, Nampa, ID
- QA Engineering Technician at Cypress Semiconductor
- Engineer at MPC Computers
- Engineer at MPC Computers (formerly Micron Electronics, Inc.)
Ted Daniels' Experience
OneStop Customer Service (Contract)
Educational Institution; 501-1000 employees; Higher Education industry
December 2009 – May 2010 (6 months)
Help individuals with their question relating to all aspects of the College.
QA Engineering Technician
Public Company; 5001-10,000 employees; CY; Semiconductors industry
January 2009 – April 2009 (4 months)
Electronics, hardware, software and documentation quality assurance.
Privately Held; 1001-5000 employees; Motion Pictures and Film industry
1995 – 2008 (13 years)
· Develop new tablet and notebooks systems.
· Develop timelines for product Development, Qualification, and Implementation of system hardware and software.
· Qualify, problem solve and implement hardware drivers.
· Work with hardware and software venders developing new products & testing beta products on current shipping platforms.
· Testing & trouble-shooting hardware and software configurations for stability and issues.
· Contact and work with venders stateside and overseas on new product lines and issues resolution.
· Test and implement new hardware and software to get the product to market ahead of schedule.
· Reduced product release time by improving the qualification and implementation of the hardware and software to the manufacturing floor.
· Streamline issue resolution by effectively communicating detailed test data and observations to internal teams and suppliers.
· Create new processes to improve testing on the production floor to allow for increase production volume and reducing errors at the end of the production process.
· Train departments in how to setup and implement new tests, processes for qualification, implementation, and driver disk creation for hardware and software.
· Support and resolve customer calls, internal departments’ concerns and question and/or issues.
· Successfully completed projects on time and under budget.
· Create and update driver and software disks for hardware and software products.
· Evaluate new hardware and software to ensure product would work for our customer target group before choosing product; send product reviews results to Product marketing and product review board.
· Successfully created new methods of improving the setup process.
· Reduced response time by improving working relationships between departments through the use of effectively communicating timeline issues.
· Trained new employees in how to setup and pre-install systems in a timely and effective manner.
Ted Daniels' Patents
Inventors: Ted Daniels
- United States Patent 6,417,840
- Issued May 25, 1999
A communication device capable of selectively communicating control signals to a computer and transmitting a narrow beam of light. A cordless communication device is provided having operational buttons and a port. The communication device may function as a computer mouse, a trackball apparatus, or a touch pad apparatus. Operational signals are generated by a signal generator in response to activation of the operational buttons or movement of a mouse ball. The communication device further includes a light generating apparatus in communication with the port which generates the narrow beam of light. A selectively operable switch is provided for selectively transmitting the operational signals or the beam of light. The communication device includes an independent power supply as well as a power level monitor and switching apparatus. Preferably, the beam of light is a laser beam or other focused beam of light.
Inventors: Ted Daniels
- United States Patent 6,373,500
- Issued August 19, 1999
An apparatus simultaneously displays the output of two or more computers on a single monitor in a manner similar to the manner in which television sets provide picture-in-picture (PIP) viewing. In one embodiment, computer video is converted to a format such as NTSC so that existing television set PIP circuits may be employed with little or no modification. In another embodiment, the PIP circuit accepts computer video inputs. In yet another embodiment, the apparatus utilizes a processor to control the content of the main display area and PIP window using cursor position. The apparatus also supplies input device signals, such as mouse and keyboard signals, to the computer corresponding to the main screen area and transmits dummy keyboard and mouse signals to other computers attached to the system.
Ted Daniels' Skills & Expertise
- Quality Assurance
- Software Documentation
- Computer Hardware
- Product Development
- Product Marketing
Ted Daniels' Education
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