Adam L. Simpson
President, Stoneprism Software
Starting at a young age, Adam, had an interest and love for computers. He created his own bulletin board system (BBS) in the early 80’s using ZX81’s and Apple IIe’s. He was enthralled with using computers to simplify life, access external networks and engage systems that facilitated communication with others across the country. Back in the early 80’s this was done with 300 and 1200 baud modems using 5 1/4″ floppy disks to load software onto 64K of ram within an 8 bit system.
Both of Adam’s parents were owners of multiple businesses and he was involved with each of them at an early age. It would be no wonder his adult life would lead him back to a career in business and entrepreneurship within technology.
Quick Facts About Adam:
Adam loved playing hockey. He play the game to a college level and often led teams in penalty minutes.
He soloed and obtained his private pilot’s – single engine land (SEL) at 17.
Adam is a US Army veteran having served with the 10th Mountain Division with several deployments including a deployment to Somalia, Africa for Operation Restore Hope and Homestead Florida for Hurricane Andrew Relief.
While in Somalia he was able to meet and shake the hand of then US President George H. W. Bush on New Years day, 1993.
In 1992, Adam served as driver for then Major, now General Mark A. Milley, Army Chief of Staff and now Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.
He attended St. Norbert College in DePere, Wisconsin majoring in Business Administration.
Netsonic was born in 1996 in a small apartment with a couple of T1 connections and eventually grew into a mission ready facility, which Adam and his family own and operates within its own privately held datacenter in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin.