About Gateview Technologies
Gateview Technologies is an industry-changing provider of advanced design and manufactured IT power distribution for data centers and other mission- critical facilities.
Trusted by the world’s largest IT equipment and data center providers, Gateview’s mission has been to change the power distribution status quo by creating innovative, state-of-the-art designs that outperform legacy brands while while elevating user’s experience from product selection, ordering, deployment to product performance and quality.
Our Quality Policy
PowerLOK has the greatest reliability while implementing power-dense features not found on other rack PDUs. PowerLOK’s patented construction methods designed for factory automation and stringent quality-control, ensure our customers the best quality product available on the market today.
PowerLok rack PDUs are manufactured in the USA in a highly certified AS9100 facility. With robotic soldering, PowerLok has been independently verified to be 3X more reliable than PDUs with mechanical terminations.
Safety and reliability are top priorities for PowerLOK rack PDUs, and that’s why we subject our products to rigorous life testing including; voltage cycling, high and low temperature exposure, and resistance to vibration.
PowerLOK’s quality assurance meets many standards including ISO and AS9100 necessary for space, aviation and defense.
Our Management Team
Gateview’s mission is to provide its customers with efficient, streamlined, and dependable rack PDUs. Our management team brings a wide range of professional experience and unique contributions that provide an exceptional experience for its customers.
Mark has a 30-year product development background in power electronics, and a 16-year business development background in the data center industry. Mark founded Opengate, a data center air automation company in 2007 and grew revenues by over 100% annually for five-years. Opengate’s Unity Cooling System earned an Innovation Award from the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and won Best Facilities Product Award from the Uptime Institute.
Mark holds multiple U.S. and international patents for power and cooling systems and was the main inventor for In-Row Cooling. Mark also led the team that established APC’s first standard for taking product ideas and customer needs to the point of an innovative marketable solution.
Mark’s attention to detail and executive management of high-growth start-ups, experience leading technology research and implementation, and the ability to work closely in collaboration with customers, has allowed him to accelerate business growth in his past endeavors. Mark brings a clearly focused management style that promotes creative thinking and organized execution.
A strategic, operations, and market aware Chief Executive Officer and Board member with a record of success focusing early stage, mid-sized, and large companies, delivering bottom-line results in complex, rapidly changing environments. An industry expert in energy management, electrical infrastructure, and strategic repositioning of companies with NOLs.
Mr. Ascolese has previously held the positions of; CEO at Active Power, and Power Analytics, President of Eaton Power Systems, and various management positions at the General Electric Company. He has also served on various for profit and non-profit boards including Triangle United Way and the Tammy Lynn Center Boards.
He is a graduate of the University of Louisville School of Business and Duke’s Fuqua School of Business Executive Management Program.
Chief Operations Officer and Board Member
Ersson is an operations, manufacturing, supply chain and engineering executive with over 25 years of increasing leadership roles in international high tech and power electronics companies with demonstrated ability to manage full P & L responsibility. He was instrumental in the global expansion of APC’s manufacturing presence. He has shown successful experience improving Operations, supply chain and engineering activities across companies like SynQor, The Robbins Company and Acumentrics Corp.
Ersson Holds a BS in electrical and electronics engineering from University of Rhode Island and he is a certified lean six sigma black belt. He has implemented ERP systems, ISO standards and Lean principles across multiple companies in the defense and power electronics sectors.
Mr. Schultz has over thirty-five years of diversified engineering experience in design, development, and production of electronic power equipment for military, industrial, and commercial applications.
He has a proven record in the development of new products and a demonstrated ability to successfully deliver products that exceed customer expectations. Lynn is listed as inventor or co-inventor on five patents related to UPS battery management, mechanical transfer relay arc mitigation, and switch mode power supply designs.
Lynn had a successful 16-year career with Schneider Electric’s APC subsidiary serving in various roles including Chief Engineer overseeing products serving the Verizon Fios market. Prior to APC, he worked as an independent consultant for 12 years serving customers in the telecommunications power and induction welding industries. Early in his engineering design career, Lynn was employed by Raytheon, Wang Labs, and Warren Power Systems.
VP of Development
Clint offers a unique blend of new product and services development experience with over 15 years’ in developing data center products and services. Clint has compiled multiple US Patents and design awards during his 30+ year career developing power electronics.
Clint previously held positions as a business development executive with Enabled Energy and director of development with Upsite Technologies, where Clint invented and led the development of Upsite’s patented AisleLok modular containment product line, winning the 2015 Modern Infrastructure Impact Award, and being selected as a Data Center Dynamics Award Finalist. Prior to Upsite, Clint spent 20 years with APC/Schneider Electric as a design engineer developing power products and professional services for the data center market.