Josh Snowhorn

Josh loves cars and racing. He founded TrackRats, LLC, the premier car club for track enthusiasts. He values approachability, accessibility, collaboration, innovation and growth. These qualities guided Josh’s leadership in the interconnection industry over the last 20 years and building over $10B of value along the way. He has pretty much seen and done it all through key founding and executive positions at Terremark, Verizon (NYSE: VZ), Cincinnati Bell, and CyrusOne (Nasdaq: CONE). Josh founded the Global Peering Forum, the annual meeting for the Internet interconnection and peering community where he serves on the board of directors. Josh serves on the advisory board of Telescent, the finest automated interconnection machine on the planet. He is an avid speaker at conferences globally including networking, data centers, real estate, edge networking, and quantum computing. He has been a surfer for 37 years and a snowboarder for 25 years, traveling the globe in pursuit of experiences.

Auto racing enthusiast. Industry leader and innovator. Surfer and snowboarder. Peering expert. Public speaker. Founder and CEO of Quantum Loophole.


Scott Noteboom

Scott believes that the only place for a rebel is a revolution. At Quantum Loophole, Scott serves on the front lines of the Decarbonization Revolution. His mission is to help enable next-generation data centers that autonomously orchestrate supply and demand between clean energy and cloud computing resources. His intention: Better, faster, cleaner and cheaper– pick four. A former mercenary in the Cloud Revolution, Scott served as VP of Operations at Yahoo! and Head of Global Infrastructure at Apple. He led deployment and operation of two of the world’s largest clouds, driving innovation in the data center and distributed compute space. In backing the Clean Energy Revolution, data centers are breaking away from their dirty energy-hog past. Scott served as CEO and Founder of Litbit, and earlier grew a small underground bulletin board (bbs) into a sizable Internet Service Provider (ISP.) Scott likes to brag about creating one of the world’s first Voice over IP (VOIP) companies, learning that being first isn’t always worth bragging about. A wise person once said that “rebels die.” Scott’s been working to prove that wrong ever since.

Technology rebel. Challenging the status quo. Green and clean advocate. Transformation revolutionary. CTO of Quantum Loophole.


Sylvia Kang

Sylvia Kang Vice President of Real Estate at Quantum Loophole lead site selection and energy management in her past roles at Yahoo!, Microsoft and CyrusOne. Her passion is focused on delivering assets with the lowest cost of ownership. Before entering the data center profession, Sylvia spent over a decade as a tax advisor with seven years in state and local tax at PriceWaterhouseCoopers and KPMG. Sylvia has passed data center favorable legislation in over 10 states. Outside of work, you will find her snowboarding or skiing in Tahoe with her daughter Taylor, eating a rare ribeye with a vintage bottle of red, or continuing her decade long hunt for the perfect Mercedes Sprinter Conversion – used of course because low cost is not just a passion, it’s a life-style -excepting the red wine.


Ron da Silva

Ron da Silva leads Operations for Quantum Loophole. He is an executive leader, international board member and Internet technology expert. He brings extensive experience leading network architecture & engineering; building Internet backbones, broadband networks and cloud infrastructure; and leading corporate and Internet governance. Over twenty (25+) years of proven business experience, culminating in senior executive leadership. NACD certified Board Governance Fellow.

He also serves on the Board of the Internet Association for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN); and, is a Communications Commissioner for Loudoun County, Va.

Previously as Executive Director, Ron launched startup Internet Tool & Die Company building industrial tools for enterprises and service providers. As CIO and co-Founder, Ron also launched startup CertifiedTrue, a block-chain company providing distributed applications for real estate, legal and insurance professionals. As CEO of Network Technologies Global, provided Internet, broadband and telecommunications advice and expertise. Ron led Network Engineering, Architecture & Technology for Time Warner Cable (acquired by Charter Communications) as Group Vice President.

Ron held prior architecture, engineering and operating roles with America Online and Sprint. He additionally served in technical and planning roles for Bauer Compressors in Norfolk, Va. while completing his Bachelor of Science in applied mathematics and English at Old Dominion University.

Ron is well known in the service provider and cable industries and is very active in various industry organizations. He previously served as Chairman of the Advisory Council for American Registry of Internet Numbers (ARIN); co-chair of the L2TPEXT working group in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF); member of the Number Resource Organization’s Number Council (NRO-NC) (aka Address Serving Organization Address Council ASO-AC); is current or prior member of SCTE, IETF, ISOC, NAMIC, WICT; past speaker and participant at NANOG, CableLabs, NCTA. Ron has experience volunteering on the Board of Directors of various organizations.


Rich Paul-Hus

Rich is Vice President at Quantum Loophole covering sales, public relations and lobbying. Rich formerly served as the CEO of HUSdigital LLC where he is responsible for strategy, business development and growth initiatives. On a mission to build a business based on two key areas: building a corporate culture that aligned team-member, customer and corporate interests; and attracting world-class talent to democratize data in the digital ad space.

Prior to taking on his role at HUSdigital, Rich gained experience in Whoop Wireless and then Hypower, where he served as SVP Business Development, helping to take the company from startup to over $100 million in annual revenue. Rich has given his time to numerous charitable and political entities throughout his career. He is a graduate of Stetson University and is married with four children.

Business leader. Relationship builder. Alignment seeker. Talent developer. Connection maker and giver. VP, Development at Quantum Loophole.


Oren Wool

Passionate about finding solutions that allow both enterprise and the Earth to prosper, Oren is committed to driving data center de-carbonization innovations that enable Quantum Loophole customers to meet their business goals while lowering their environmental impact.

Oren has over 20 years of experience in community engagement and civic affairs. He is the founder and Executive Director of Sustainable North Bay (SNB), a California collaborative working with local leaders in education, government, the nonprofit world and traditional businesses. SNB acts as a catalyst to unleash the economic power of enterprise on solving critical challenges like food scarcity, housing access, and climate adaptation and mitigation. Additionally, Oren is an integrator for One Planet Living, a sustainability framework that aims to make big issues approachable enough to solve.

Experienced in international supply chain logistics, fair trade manufacturing, and organic agriculture, Oren brings a history of entrepreneurial and managerial skills to Quantum Loophole. He’s an Open Source advocate and Front End hobbyist who got his start with HTML and Notepad.

Oren has a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Investment Management from the University of Alabama. He serves as the Board Chair of the U.S. Green Building Council Redwood Empire Chapter, which promotes sustainability in building design, construction, and operation.

Oren is based in the sustainability wonderland of Sonoma County, California.


Rick Keiner

Rick’s career has been almost a perfect split. 10 years in accounting, then jumping to corporate finance for the back nine. He began his career and was “baptized by fire” in the public accounting world, at Deloitte. He later joined Cincinnati Bell, a regional telecom provider. He worked for 5 years in accounting, investor relations and SEC reporting groups. He then leapt over to the finance side of the house, assuming the Director of Finance role for the Cell Phone division, which at the time was bringing in $300M in annual revenues. After a few years Rick was selected for the team responsible for spinning off in an IPO, the Data Center business, CyrusOne (Nasdaq: CONE). He sat at the helm of the mighty Financial Planning and Analysis group for this $800M annual revenue Data Center REIT. Rick is a self-admitted golf addict, although his game likely won’t reflect this, should you join him at the links. He loves his biennial Canadian canoe fishing trips, an occasional skydive, and watching his fantasy football team struggle mightily. He loves spending time with his family and friends, whether in his hometown of Cincinnati or his new home in Jacksonville Florida.