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Silicon Valley Technology Company Aditazz appoints Deepak Aatresh as CEO

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SOURCE Aditazz, Inc.

SAN BRUNO, Calif., June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Aditazz, Inc. today announced that it has appointed Deepak Aatresh, Co-Founder as the Chief Executive Officer of Aditazz, Inc. He will also continue to serve on the Board of Directors of the Company.

Aditazz was founded by principals with deep expertise in building architecture, semiconductor design, applied mathematics and computer science, and received Series A funding from Artiman Ventures in late 2011. The company's premise is that the massive construction industry-and particularly complex construction-is in desperate need of innovation.

Deepak spent seven years at Intel Corporation as part of the Architecture and Design team of several generations of microprocessors. Following Intel, he was part of the early team at Yago Systems, a Silicon-Valley high technology startup; later acquired by Cabletron Systems. Deepak then held management positions at Riverstone Networks and Lucent Technologies.

Deepak has a Master's degree in Electrical and Computer engineering from Arizona State University and a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Bangalore University in India. He currently holds eight patents.

"Aditazz's victory in Kaiser Permanente's 2012 'Small Hospital, Big Idea' competition followed by its winning the landmark Cancer Hospital project at Shantou University Medical College, China, sponsored by the Li Ka Shing Foundation (LKSF), shows our continuing momentum to integrate innovations in design, technology and manufacturing while solving complex infrastructure problems," said Deepak Aatresh, Aditazz's Chief Executive Officer.

"Deepak brings personal expertise and integrity to this new role, as well as the passion and leadership required to build Aditazz into the disruptive force I believe it can become. I look forward to working closely with Deepak as he leads the company forward," said Dr. David Lawrence, M.D., Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors, Aditazz, Inc.

About Aditazz

Aditazz designs and delivers next-generation facilities by integrating new design, technology and manufacturing techniques. Based in Silicon Valley, the company brings together experts and innovations from the worlds of semiconductor design, applied mathematics, computer science, building architecture, systems and structural engineering, modular manufacturing and assembly, and planning and operations. It has created a new generation of tools and technologies that results in dramatic increases in building construction speed, flexibility, predictability and cost-savings-all while maintaining the highest degree of aesthetic and functional elegance. Aditazz received funding from Artiman Ventures. Artiman Ventures is an early stage venture fund based in Silicon Valley. The firm invests in white spaces companies, with no identifiable competitors, seeking to create or disrupt multi-billion dollar markets. Artiman is sector agnostic and trans-disciplinary by design. Artiman is typically the first institutional capital, often at the concept phase. The team works as an active partner with its entrepreneurs, helping drive strategy, market definition and execution. For more information, please visit www.aditazz.com, www.artiman.com.

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