Mr. Anderson is an angel investor. He served as the Vice President of Platform Technology of HarQen. At 22-years-old Pehr had almost completed a degree at MIT. He dropped out and started NBX Corporation to make an IP-based phone system that used Ethernet to carry voice calls. When Pehr and his co-founders sold NBX to 3Com Corp for $90 million in 1999, he returned to MIT and finished a BS and MS in computer science and electrical engineering. Upon moving to Wisconsin, he became the Executive Director of Silicon Pastures, the first angel network in Wisconsin. Most recently he worked for Metavante, a financial services company, in their M&A group as an acquisition advisor.