C Speed is area leader in hiring more interns/grads from the CASE program at SU than any other company since CASE's inception.
C Speed LLC won't reverse the tide of lost manufacturing jobs by itself, but the high-tech company in Salina has growth plans.
The company is based at 316 Commerce Blvd., in Salina, but C Speed recently opened a new 11,000-square-foot manufacturing facility about a mile away at 4465 Steelway Blvd., Clay. There it plans to increase production of so-called "black box" devices it designs and produces for military contractors, electronics manufacturers and others.
Central New York's wave of innovation
In 1981, 17-year-old Lysack left his family’s Orange County, N.Y., onion farm to study electrical engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology. From there he joined GE in Syracuse, then SRC while attending SU for a master’s degree in computer engineering. He started his own electronics company in Liverpool, Perigee. He and his business partner, Justin Louise, then started a second company, C Speed, its name referring to the speed of light, where they have 35 employees, most of them engineers.
International Wind and Radar Forum
The International Wind and Radar Forum will provide an exclusive opportunity for government and industry stakeholders from Europe and North America to openly share their ideas and experiences regarding the interaction of wind turbines and radar equipment. The forum will also enable discussion of the impact of wind turbines on military testing and training operations. One of the confirmed speakers is David A. Lysack, President, C Speed, LLC.