​​​​​​​OUR HISTORY

AMT-USC LLC has a rich history as the creators of one of the first GIS mapping GPS spatial software innovations. Created HAL the first supercomputer, going on to create the first FPGA board and software gate programable technology, the first RAID5 board and software, the first ENS software, the most advanced biometric IdM-ICAM-MDM innovative breakthrough.


Now AMT-USC developed the first quantum-inspired mathematical algorithms to Quantum Algorithms that successfully performed quantum processes that produced an Eigenvalue, allowing for the “determinable” value of the wave function allowing for the world’s first working quantum process software breakthrough. This was the start of quantum-inspired software for classical and digital computers.


Development at AMT then accelerated with the creation of quantum Superposition, Entanglement, Parallelism, Fast Fourier Transform Beam Propagation Method quantum algorithms creating computational optimization unparalleled breakthroughs.


This was followed by quantum-inspired software solutions of Qbit a software quantum processor, with cryptology advancements that lead to the creation of quantum encrypted data communications QEC, followed by QFire a quantum hardware and software accelerator. Creation accelerated with QFiberLink, the first quantum networking within Fiber Optics. This led to market shifting breakthrough creation called Quantum Superspecificity Scaling, this allows fine-grained control over the size and shape of the operational hardware utilization that allows HPC Servers to be Quantum Emulation Servers that now can perform quantum processes.


QFire not only pushed the envelope, but it also broke through the envelope by creating the first Quantum Inspired software for Classical Computing setting records for computational needs from the power of our optimized quantum algorithms powered by our Qbit.


This produced 100% complete hardware utilization, massively lowered energy use, thermal heat reduction, and software accelerated results up to 130 times faster delivered today that is the next level of computational optimization.


AMT-USC continues to push the developmental edge in quantum-inspired use of electromagnetics software for defense and communications, quadradic quantum algorithms to neural and artificial intelligence software, and quantum laser pulse innovations.

Hugh Douthit - CEO/Chief Quantum Architect


Hugh Douthit started by founding his first business success, STG, Inc. creating the first GIS mapping spatial GPS software as an integrated solution with a designed scientific workstation. After STG, found PACE Technologies created the first RAID-5 controller board technology and hot-swap software. Hugh went on to create the first- second-generation medical cloud-based viewers for radiology, cardiology, and mammography when founding his third company AIC.


Hugh designed the original cloud use connectivity, storage, and security methodology to software creations for the evolution of data center initiations after founding 3DC International. By US Army request, architected the first Emergency Alerting Messaging for use in Desert Storm when he co-founded World One, Inc. Next Hugh took on contracting development challenges at Konica and Siemens for successful software creation contracts.


Next was the co-developed success with DARPA creating the next-gen passive multi- biometric IdM-ICAM-MDM continuous user and access authentication with digital seal a PKI/Token replacement named One Solution after creating the sole proprietorship AMT while partnering with N2K, which is still unrivaled to this day.


Mr. Douthit then went on to found, his seventh and most successful company, AMT-USC. His goal was to develop mathematical algorithms to Quantum Algorithms that successfully performed quantum processes that produced an Eigenvalue, allowing for the “determinable” value of the wave function, creating the world’s first working quantum process software breakthrough. This was the start of quantum-inspired software for classical and digital computers.


Development at AMT then accelerated with the creation of quantum Superposition, Entanglement, Parallelism, Fast Fourier Transform Beam Propagation Method quantum algorithms creating computational optimization unparalleled breakthroughs. This was followed by quantum-inspired software solutions of Qbit a software quantum processor, with his partner Frank K, the father of modern cryptology they co-created quantum encrypted data communications QEC, then QFire a quantum hardware and software accelerator, followed by QFiberLink creating quantum networking in Fiber Optics. This led to market shifting breakthrough creation called Quantum Superspecificity Scaling, this allows fine-grained control over the size and shape of the operational hardware utilization that allows HPC Servers to be Quantum Emulation Servers that now can perform quantum processes.


Served 4 years in the US Army under George Patton Jr. with the 2nd Armored “Hell on Wheels” Division. Executive Board Member with the USF Cyber Security Board - State of Florida. Consulted and presented to the Joint Chiefs, the Pentagon Staff including top US Army and Marine Generals, Kathrine Morse-triple Ph.D. and Secretary CIO for the Air Force. Hugh currently serves on ATARC and QIE creating policy and development standard group guiding Quantum. 


Hugh's success was created by being mentored by the best of the best: Larry Michaels of SCO, Rick Inatome of Inacom Information Systems, and Frank Kamper of N2K.


Frank Kampper – Director of Product Refinement


Frank has developed solutions for DARPA, Los Alamos, White Sands, the CIA, and the Pentagon. Trained under Seymore Cray, Created the first HAL supercomputer, Created the first FPGA board technology.


Considered one of the original fathers of modern cryptology. Created software and hardware solutions for NRA, FEMA, the State of Florida, the State of Alabama, US Marines, US Army for the Afghanistan Conflict. Created Electromagnetic Shielding, Smart Munitions, and Smart Materials solutions.


QFire a co-creation with Hugh and Frank not only pushed the envelope, but it also broke through the envelope by creating the first Quantum Inspired software for Classical Computing setting records for computational needs from the power of our optimized quantum algorithms powered by our Qbit processor producing 100% complete hardware utilization, massively lowered energy use, thermal heat reduction, and software accelerated results up to 130 times faster delivered today.


Frank and Hugh are continuing to push the developmental edge in quantum-inspired use of electromagnetics software for defense and communications, neural and artificial intelligence software, and quantum laser pulse innovations.


Donna Wall - Director of Corporate Affairs


Donna is the Director of Corporate Affairs and acts as Advisor to the Chairman of the Board at AMT.


Donna Wall has an impressive history of multiple business startups. Donna has created five business startups taken to successful businesses enterprises.


Ms. Wall has an Innate ability to absorb reactively to highly technical software development with near-instant comprehension with the ability to predict new market shifts based on evolving market needs. Donna Wall is an experienced expert in business and financial operations providing this executive expertise to the executive staff of AMT.


Diego Stein - Director of Media Operation


Diego is a world-class expert in marketing content creation, copywriting, digital marketing strategist, video editor, business designer, and web designer.  


Diego’s history includes VP of Media at Hypetarget360, Hypechild, and Harpy Productions. He is also a lawyer, member of the Brazilian Bar Association.

AMT-USC Executives, Board Members, and Board Advisors 

AMT-USC 

Board of Directors

Hugh Douthit – Chairman of the Board


Donna Wall - Advisor to the Chairman of the Board


Deb Alterman - former CEO or President of SAIC, KeyW as Jacobs Engineering as honorary board member and advisor.


Rick Inatome - a Board Member (Directed Inacom Information Systems ($4 Billion Revenue) that evolved into HP today is an AMT board advisor and board member.


Kirk Vollmecke - as an honorary acting advisor to the board.


Mike Allen - as Honorary advisor and Honorary Board Member.