Sundari brings more than 25 years of experience in the semiconductor sector as a senior executive, entrepreneur and engineer. Sundari founded Prism Circuits, Inc. and served as its CEO from 2006 until its acquisition by MoSys in 2009. She then served as Executive VP Engineering at MoSys where she was responsible for its engineering operations and product development until 2011. Prior to starting Prism, Sundari served as a Director of Engineering at Sun Microsystems. Sundari holds a MSEE from the University of Illinois and a BSEE from Baroda University in India.
Sailesh is a leading expert in algorithms for IP forwarding, deep packet inspection, memory systems & high speed systems. Previously, while at Huawei Technologies Sailesh was Chief Architect of a smart memory subsystem for industry's first 100G service network processor chipset. At Cisco Systems, as a member of the advanced architecture team he led development of "Content Aware Networks". Sailesh is the author of more than 20 technical papers published by top journals and conferences. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from Washington University and a BSEE from IIT, Kanpur.
Anush has a proven track record in senior roles in marketing and business development, finance and operations, product management, and engineering. Previously, he led business development activities at Power One Renewable Energy. At Skyline Solar, he helped shape second and third generation solar products as senior product manager. Anush held key engineering positions at Intel Corporation, working on advanced microprocessor and graphics processor products. He holds an MBA from University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, an MS in Computer Engineering from Ohio State University, and a BE in Electrical Engineering from Anna University, College of Engineering, Guindy.
Babu Turumella comes with over 25 years of experience, with a track-record of product development involving systems, chips and software for varied markets including broadcast video, computer servers, and microprocessors. Previously, he was heading the video hardware product line at GigPeak, Inc., through the acquisition of Magnum Semiconductor Inc. Prior to that, Babu held leadership roles at Sun Microsystems, ATI and was involved in a few startup companies since an early stage. Babu holds a MS in Computer Engineering from IIT, Kharagpur.
Joe Rowlands is Chief Architect at NetSpeed. Joe is a leading expert in cache coherency and memory system design. He has designed and implemented coherent memory sub-systems at companies including SiByte, Broadcom, Montalvo Systems, NVIDIA, Hitachi and more. His designs include CPU memory subsystems, coherent SoCs, and multi-chip CC-NUMA (Cache Coherent Non Uniform Memory Access) coherency systems. Joe has worked with industry standard coherency protocols and has developed custom protocols with silicon proof. Joe currently holds over 85 patents on cache coherency and memory subsystem design. He has a BS and MS in Electrical and Computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Matthew Raggett s vice president of worldwide sales at NetSpeed. Matthew is a seasoned sales executive, with over 30 years in the semiconductor IP and EDA industry. Prior to joining NetSpeed Systems, he was Vice President of Sales at CLK Design Automation, a supplier of high accuracy timing solutions. Prior to CLK, he was CEO of Analog Design Automation an EDA startup where he closed a round of funding and led its acquisition to Synopsys. Previously, he was VP of Field Operations at InSilicon where he grew the business from its startup beginnings to its eventual sale to and spin out from Phoenix technologies. Matthew has also held Sales & Business Development roles in Cadence Design Systems, Fairchild and National Semiconductor.
Sundari is a proven senior executive with over 25 years of leadership experience with companies in the semiconductor sector. Sundari founded Prism Circuits, Inc. and served as its chief executive officer from its inception in 2006 to acquisition of Prism by MoSys on June, 2009. Sundari served as executive vice president of engineering at MoSys, Inc. from June 2009 to June 2011 where she was responsible for its engineering operations and product development. Prior to joining Prism, Sundari served as a director of engineering at Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sundari holds a master of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois and a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Baroda University in India.
Ash has a stellar record of developing and scaling successful technology companies. From 2004 to 2008, Ash was the founding CEO of Aricent, which he built into a major communications software company. Under Ash’s leadership, Aricent grew from $150 million to $500 million in revenue and became a strong brand. Prior to Aricent, Ash spent more than a decade at Flextronics. From 2001 to 2004, he was President of Original Design Manufacturing and Design Services where he launched businesses for mobility products and communications equipment that quickly became key differentiators for Flextronics. From 1994 to 2001, Ash was President of Asia Pacific for Flextronics. During this period, he grew revenues from $150 million to over $10 billion and created more than 100,000 jobs. Ash holds a BSEE from the Thapar Institute of Technology (India) and an MBA from Southeastern Louisiana University. Ash is Founder and Chairman of SnapStickInc (recently acquired by Rovi), ChrononixInc and Infonam Inc. Ash is on the board of directors of Micromax, a fast growing innovative telecom company, and is also an advisor to Riverwood Capital, a globally focused private equity firm.
Samir is a serial entrepreneur with many years of experience in founding new companies to develop leading-edge products, acquiring strategic customer base and establishing revenue to drive growth. Samir served as Chief Operating Officer of Prism Circuits, Inc. Samir founded Cast Iron Systems Inc. in 2001 and established the early partnership with Salesforce.com. He served as Vice President of Business Development at Cast Iron Systems Inc. until March 2007. Earlier, Samir successfully led a variety of entrepreneurial initiatives for at Sun Microsystems Inc. He was a founding member of four breakthrough initiatives at Sun which all became highly recognized operational divisions of Javasoft (J2EE, J2ME), iPlanet (AOL/Netscape), Jini appliances and SPARC Microelectronics. Samir served as the first business member of the Java team since 1995. His pioneering work developed the successful business, go-to-market and product strategies for J2EE & J2ME. Samir has an MBA from Santa Clara University, a MSEE from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and BSEE from MSU Baroda, India.
Fred co-founded MetaRAM, Inc. in 2005 and served as its President and Chief Executive Officer. Fred spent 10 years at AMD helping to get real competition to the microprocessor market with products like the AMD Athlon and AMD Opteron. At AMD, he served as Vice President of Design as well as Corporate Vice President and Chief Technical Officer. He began his career working with Gordon Bell at Encore Computer Corporation, where he focused on parallel software development. Later, as a member of the founding team of Kendall Square Research, he participated in all aspects of hardware design including the development of CAD methodologies, the invention of the AllCache memory system, the architecture and design of the CPU and the multiprocessor verification environment. He serves as a Director Netspeed Systems and TidalscaleInc and is currently a senior advisor to Samsung, Glasspoint Solar, Ineda Systems and a number of other technology companies. Fred previously served as a member of the board of directors of MIPS Technologies prior to its acquisition by Imagination Technologies, of SeaMicro, Inc. prior to its acquisition by AMD and of GlassPoint Solar. Fred was named one of the 25 most influential CTOs by InfoWorld Magazine. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. Fred studied Physics and Systems Engineering at Harvard University and received BS in Physics.
Dipti is vice president in the Internet of Things Group and general manager of the Strategy and Solutions Engineering Division at Intel Corporation. Previously, she served as VP and GM of Power, Lighting and Display at Skyworks, a maker of analog semiconductors. Before that, she spent 17 years at Texas Instruments, rising to VP and GM of the Single Core Processors group, a multinational business unit consisting of ARM MPU, video security and DSP. While at TI, Vachani also led the creation of the company’s Sitara brand of ARM MPUs.
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Intel Capital, Intel's global investment and M&A organization, makes equity investments in innovative technology start-ups and companies worldwide. Intel Capital invests in a broad range of companies offering hardware, software, and services targeting enterprise, mobility, consumer Internet, digital media and semiconductor manufacturing. Since 1991, Intel Capital has invested more than US$11 billion in over 1,400 companies in 57 countries. In that timeframe, 209 portfolio companies have gone public on various exchanges around the world and 363 were acquired or participated in a merger. In 2013, Intel Capital invested US$333 million in 146 investments with approximately 49 percent of funds invested outside North America.
SK Hynix is the global leader in producing semiconductor, such as DRAM and NAND flash and System IC including CMOS Image Sensors. Since pilot production of Korea’s first 16Kb SRAM in 1984, SK Hynix consistently led the industry with smaller, faster and lower power semiconductor. Headquartered in Korea, it is the world’s top tier semiconductor supplier offering Dynamic Random Access Memory chips (“DRAM”), Flash memory chips ("NAND Flash") and CMOS Image Sensors ("CIS") for a wide range of distinguished customers globally. The Company’s shares are traded on the Korea Exchange, and the Global Depository shares are listed on the Luxemburg Stock Exchange.
S-Cubed Capital is a diversified investment holding company and family office located in Menlo Park, CA. The organization has global interests in agribusiness, financial asset management, philanthropy and real estate. Its investment portfolio is comprised of direct investments as well as partnerships with many leading investment managers.
Ajay Shah founded Shah Capital Partners in 2004 and joined the Silver Lake team in 2007 as the Managing Partner to found and develop the firm's middle market strategy, Silver Lake Sumeru. Prior to founding Shah Capital, Mr. Shah founded and managed the Technology Solutions Business of Solectron, a $2 billion business. Mr. Shah was the CEO of Smart Modular Technologies, a company that he co-founded in 1989 and led through its public offering in 1995. He managed its growth to over $1 billion in revenues and directed its acquisition by Solectron Corp. in 1999 for over $2 billion. Mr. Shah serves on the board of directors of Opera Solutions , Mobile Messenger, and is chairman of the board of SMART Modular. He is a senior fellow of the American Leadership Forum and also serves on the boards of The Indian School of Business, India and is a Trustee of the American India Foundation. He has a B.S. in Engineering from University of Baroda and an M.S. in Engineering Management from Stanford University.
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Gaurav Garg is an active investor in enterprise and mobile technology companies and serves on the boards of Ruckus Wireless (NYSE: RKUS), FireEye, MobileIron, Jasper, Shape Security, Instart Logic, several other privately held companies, and previously Netscaler. He was deeply involved with Sequoia Capital's investments in Aruba Networks (Nasdaq: ARUN), Jawbone (aka Aliph), and Ring Central as a board observer or investment sponsor. Gaurav was a partner at Sequoia Capital from 2001 to 2010, and a Special Limited Partner from 2010-2012. Prior to joining Sequoia Capital, Gaurav was a founder, board member and Senior Vice President of Product Management at Redback Networks, which was acquired by Ericcson in January 2007. Prior to Redback Networks, Gaurav held various engineering positions at SynOptics and Bay Networks. Gaurav holds a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering and a BS in Computer Science, all from Washington University in St. Louis.
Lip-Bu Tan is Founder and Chairman of Walden International, a leading venture capital firm managing $2 billion. He concurrently serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Cadence Design Systems, Inc., and has been a member of the Cadence Board of Directors since 2004. He currently serves on the Boards of Ambarella Inc. (NASDAQ: AMBA), SINA (NASDAQ: SINA); Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (NYSE: SMI; HKSE: 981) and previously served on the Boards of Inphi Corporation (NYSE: IPHI); Flextronics International (NASDAQ: FLEX) and MindTree Ltd. (IN: MTCL). Lip-Bu invests primarily in industries relating to semiconductor/components, alternative energy, and digital media. During his tenure at Walden, he’s made investments in Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Corporation; Ambarella, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMBA); Aptina Imaging, Inc.; Beceem Communications; Inphi Corporation (NYSE: IPHI); EnVerv, Inc.; Silicon Mitus; Telegent Systems; Tilera Corporation; Premisys Communication, S3, Centillium (NASDAQ: CTLM), Endwave (NASDAQ: ENWV), Integrated Silicon Solutions Inc. (NASDAQ: ISSI), Leadis Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: LDIS), Network Peripheral, and Unisem (KLSE: UNI). Lip-Bu received his B.S. from Nanyang University in Singapore, his M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and his MBA from the University of San Francisco. Additionally, Lip-Bu serves on the Board of Trustees and the School of Engineering Dean’s Council at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), the School of Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the College of Engineering Advisory Board at University of California Berkeley, the Board of Directors of the Global Semiconductor Alliance (GSA), and on the Board of Directors of United Overseas Bank (UOB) in Singapore. He also served as a Trustee of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore from 2006 to 2011, and a member of the Regent College Board of Governors from 2006 to 2012. Lip-Bu has been ranked amongst the Top 10 Venture Capitalists in China by Zero2ipo and the Top 50 Venture Capitalists on the Forbes Midas List.
Michael Marks is a founding Partner of Riverwood Capital. Prior to establishing Riverwood, he was a Partner and Senior Advisor at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. in 2006 and 2007. Before KKR, he spent 13 years as CEO of Flextronics International Ltd. and built the company into one of the largest technology companies in the world. As its CEO, Michael led Flextronics as it increased annualized revenues from $93 million to approximately $16 billion, while establishing operations in over 35 countries and integrating over 100 acquisitions. As Chairman, he helped Flextronics grow to annualized revenues of $36 billion. Electronic Business Magazine named Michael one of the Top Ten Most Influential Executives in Silicon Valley History and CEO of the Year for 2003. Michael earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA and MA from Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio.
Mr. Stevens is the Managing Partner of S-Cubed Capital. He is a special limited partner and former managing partner at Sequoia Capital, a global venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, CA. Mark joined Sequoia in 1989 as an associate and became a partner in 1993. Prior to Sequoia, he was employed at Intel Corporation from 1982 to 1987 in a variety of sales positions. He began his career as member of the technical staff at Hughes Aircraft Company from 1980 to 1982. Mark currently serves on the Board of Directors of NVIDIA and Second Spectrum. He has served on the Board of Trustees of USC since 2001 (co-chair of the Investment Committee and member of Finance and Executive Committees) and Menlo School. He is a part-time lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is also a member of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering Board of Councilors and is the founder and chairman of the USC Stevens Center for Innovation. He also serves on the Advisory board of the Harvard Business School’s California Research Center (CRC). Mark earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and B.A. in Economics (both magna cum laude) from the University of Southern California (USC) in 1981, an M.S. in Computer Engineering from USC in 1984 and an MBA from Harvard University in 1989.
Mr. Wagner was a General Partner at Accel Management Co, Inc until 2011. At Accel, Mr. Wagner focused on information technology and energy sectors, investing in start-up ventures as well as growth-stage. In addition to his United States focused investment activity, Mr. Wagner led Accel Management's original initiatives in India culminating in the formation of Accel India in 2008. He previously worked at Redback Networks, where he was an investor. He served as President and Chief Executive Officer of netVmg, Inc. Mr. Wagner has worked in networking, technology, and computing since the mid-1980's, as a Physicist, Line Manager, and Venture Investor. Mr. Wagner served as the President at the Western Association of Venture Capitalists. He is a Member of the Investment Committee of Meritech Capital Partners. His thesis on venture investing in the energy sector is articulated in the Accel white paper "Entrepreneurial Energy" and "Entrepreneurial Energy 2.0". Mr. Wagner holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School where Mr. Wagner was a Baker Scholar and an A.B. in Physics, summa cum laude, from Harvard College. He studied at University of Mainz, Germany in Physics.
Imagination is a global technology leader whose products touch the lives of billions of people across the globe. The company’s broad range of silicon IP (intellectual property) includes the key processing blocks needed to create the SoCs (Systems on Chips) that power all mobile, consumer and embedded electronics. Its unique software IP, infrastructure technologies and system solutions enable its customers to get to market quickly with complete and highly differentiated SoC platforms. Imagination’s licensees include many of the world’s leading semiconductor manufacturers, network operators and OEMs/ODMs who are creating some of the world’s most iconic products.
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