Ceton Corporation's mission is to develop new, market-leading hardware and software solutions that help realize the promise of the digital home and which capitalize on the explosion of High Definition television, digital media, content protection and the integration of these with PC technologies.


Gary Hammer, President and Chief Executive Officer
Jeremy Hammer, Chief Technology Officer
James Hammer, Chief Operations Officer
Ed Graczyk, Chief Marketing Officer
Pam Hammer, Director of Corporate Development
Austin Foxley, Vice President of Software Development

Gary Hammer

President and Chief Executive Officer

Gary has served as President and CEO of Ceton since its inception. He sets overall strategy and direction and is responsible for all business and financial aspects of the company, including strategic planning, product development and business development. Gary looks for long-term opportunities to strengthen Ceton's core technologies and product offerings while supporting innovation of new technologies. Gary graduated from the University of Missouri at Rolla with a B. S. degree in Chemical Engineering.


Jeremy Hammer

Chief Technology Officer

As Chief Technology Officer, Jeremy is responsible for the technical architecture of Ceton's advanced technologies. Among other things, he is responsible for the design, verification and implementation of the company's innovative, patent-pending M-Card DRM Processor, which is at the core of Ceton's solutions. He also works closely with leading industry partners on the integration of Ceton's technologies with third-party solutions. Jeremy holds a B.S. degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Washington.


James Hammer

Chief Operations Officer

As Chief Operations Officer, James manages Hardware Systems Design Engineering for both RF analog and high speed digital systems. A highly-skilled electrical engineer and hardware designer, James is responsible for R&D design and manufacturing as well as industrial design for Ceton's product lines. He also works with key partners and industry leaders and is responsible for helping drive the company's technology innovations and strategy. James graduated from the University of Washington with a B. S. degree in Electrical Engineering, specializing in Analog Circuit Design.


Ed Graczyk

Chief Marketing Officer

Ed has the easiest job at Ceton, telling the world about the amazing technology his colleagues have developed! As Chief Marketing Officer, he is responsible for product marketing, branding, marketing communications, media relations, advertising and all the other tools we use in our marketing toolbox. Prior to working with Ceton, Ed was CMO for Zecco, one of the fasted-growing online discount brokerage firms. Ed also spent sixteen years at Microsoft where his roles included Director of Marketing for the Microsoft TV and Microsoft Mediaroom businesses and where he was a key executive helping establish Microsoft as the leading producer of software delivery platforms for digital television worldwide. Ed graduated from the Boston College Carroll School of Management where he triple majored in marketing, computer science and economics.


Pam Hammer

Director of Corporate Development

Pam leads Corporate Development efforts for Ceton worldwide. Her primary focus is identifying strategic partnering opportunities with innovative companies across the PC, consumer electronics, digital media, and TV distribution ecosystems. In addition to her responsibilities in corporate development, Pam is also Ceton's de facto chief administrative officer and manages the company's operations and administration functions.


Austin Foxley

Vice President of Software Development

As Vice President of Software Development, Austin is responsible for leading the teams that develop Ceton's core software in both the consumer and commercial space. Austin also manages the company's advanced research and development efforts, identifying and developing new technologies to expand the company's product offerings. Austin graduated with a B. S. degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Washington.