Prior to founding NCast, Dr. Hank Magnuski was cofounder and CEO of GammaLink. He invented the industry's first PC-to-fax communications technology in 1985. In 1994, GammaLink merged with Dialogic Corporation of Parsippany, New Jersey, a leading manufacturer of voice cards for the PC. In 1999, Dialogic merged with Intel. In 1995, Dr. Magnuski received the Fax Industry Award from BIS, now Giga Information Group, Inc.
H.S. "Hank"Magnuski (BSEE '65), his wife, Cynthia, and their son, Nicholas, pose for a picture after the U of I Foundation's October 4 meeting on campus.
The couple donated $300,000 to ECE, establishing the Henry Magnuski Scholar Fund for Outstanding Young Faculty Members in memory of Hank's father, a longtime employee of Motorola who developed circuits for the Walkie-Talkie, a variety of microwave equipment for the multichannel phone, radar data, and television video transmission.
Magnuski is founder and president of Internet Video Services Inc., a California company that specializes in the storage and distribution of high-quality video over the Internet's World Wide Web.
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