President & Chief Executive Officer
Amos Kohn serves as President and Director of DPW Holdings Inc. He also servers as President and CEO of Coolisys Technologies, Inc., a technology-centric company dedicated to servicing defense, aerospace, industrial and medical businesses worldwide.
Mr. Kohn also has served as President and CEO of Digital Power Corporation since 2008 and as a member of the American NYSE: DPW Board of Directors since 2003. He has more than 20 years of successful global executive management experience, including multiple C-level roles in private and established, publicly-traded companies. Mr. Kohn consistently provides executive leadership to guide businesses through expansion. He demonstrates the business acumen and technical savvy that are required to deliver revolutionary emerging services while maintaining a competitive edge. Mr. Kohn was Vice President of Business Development at Scopus Video Networks, Inc., a Princeton, New Jersey company that develops and markets digital video networking products (2006–2007); Vice President of Solutions Engineering at ICTV, Inc., a leading provider of network-based streaming media technology solutions for digital video and web-driven programming, located in Los Gatos, California (2003–2006); Chief Architect at Liberate Technologies, a leading company in the development of a full range of digital media processing for broadcast and broadband industries, located in San Carlos, California (2000–2003); and Executive Vice President of Engineering and Technology at Golden Channel & Co., the largest cable television multiple-systems operator (MSO) in Israel, where he had executive responsibility for developing and implementing the entire nationwide CATV system (1989–2000).
Mr. Kohn is named as an inventor on several United States and international patents and holds Electronics Engineering and Business Administration degrees.
VP of operations
Prior to Coolisys Technologies, Russell provided remote/embedded executive management consulting services in the operations space for early-stage technology companies shepherding capabilities from engineering development prototypes to full-on mass production readiness (time-to- market, excellence in quality, COGS target attainment, and robust business process).
From 1998 – 2009 Russell established and managed the operations team and the manufacturing supply chain for several startups, including Hammerhead Systems, Tahoe Networks (acquired by Nokia in 2003), and Shasta Networks (acquired by Nortel Networks in 1999).
Earlier in Russell’s career he held a variety of product development, program management, and manufacturing engineering roles with Echelon (IPO in 1998), Unisys Corporation, and Amdahl Corporation.
Russell has a BS in Industrial Design from San Jose State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.