• Research and Development
  • E-Commerce
  • Networking and Communications
  • Security
  • Consulting


GeekLabs started in 1998 as a joke name for back room of the large technology company I owned until 2003 that included a regional internet service provider. When I sold my shares of that company, I kept GeekLabs as a name to establish some continuity. GeekLabs exists to support past projects and customers of mine (some pre-date the internet) and explore new technologies.

Past clients include: Philip Morris, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Seagate, NextKnowledge, ABB, Pratt and Whitney, TVA, First Volunteer Bank, qDebit, Dish Networks, Trinity Communications....

Since November 2007, the primary focus has been UtiliFlex and technologies for smart grid and prepaid metering applications around the world.