Sponsor of:


website security

Scott Phillips, President

Scott Phillips grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma and graduated from Holland Hall preparatory school.  After receiving his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Northwestern University, Scott returned to Tulsa and founded his first company Commercial Electronics.  Commercial Electronics provided contract R & D and advanced sensor technology development to the public and private sector included a project for NASA for use on a manned mission to Mars.

Scott was a Powertrain Engineer for Saturn Corporation and has worked as an independent racing consultant/engineer.  He has a broad spectrum of published Journal Articles and has spoken nationally on Alternative Fueled Vehicle Technology.

Scott is a past Chairman of the Mid-Continent Section of the Society of Automotive Engineers and the Tulsa Engineering Foundation (TEF). Scott was recognized by Tulsa People Magazine as one of Tulsa’s top 40 people under the age of 40.

Scott is also a founding board member of Fab Lab Tulsa, a 21st Century non-profit community center for innovation, entrepreneurship, and STEM education through a partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Scott’s current passion lives at the nexus of entrepreneurship, the maker movement, and civic hacking, three transformative movements that he believes are democratizing how we live, work and play.

In 1999, Scott Phillips co-founded Isocentric Networks with Frank Boyer establishing Oklahoma's premier web hosting and colocation services provider.

Frank Boyer, Chief Technical Officer

Frank Boyer has an extensive background in designing, developing, and deploying sophisticated Internet software systems.  Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Frank attended Oklahoma State University majoring in Computer Science. 

Early in his career Frank was a Project Engineer with Frontier Engineering in Stillwater, Oklahoma, where he received a Top Secret government security clearance.  He designed and developed a rugged, high-speed radar pulse analysis system.  As Manager of Interactive Systems at Prevue Networks in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Frank conceived and managed the development of the first Prevue Online web site providing localized TV listings, weather and entertainment content.  

Frank went on to become the Director of Interactive at TV Guide where he led a team of software engineers and graphic artists in the evolution of Prevue Online to TV Guide Online to create an integrated television entertainment web site providing on-demand video content, entertainment content, and television listings for over ten thousand cable and satellite systems.  Frank earned multiple US Patents for his work at both Prevue Networks and TV Guide.

Frank's extensive experience with Internet software technologies such as Real Video, NetShow, ASP, and COM/ATL object design methodologies as well as his intimate knowledge of server hardware, load-balancing software, Cisco routers and switches, LDAP, SQL, SMTP, and ListServ fueled his desire to establish a state-of-the-art web hosting company.  In 1999, Frank Boyer founded Isocentric Networks along with his friend and business partner Scott Phillips.