CEO & Cofounder
Originally from Edmonton, Canada. BSc, Computer Science, University of Alberta. MBA Harvard. MSEE (coursework), Santa Clara University. 1979-1990 AMD, Senior VP, Microprocessors and Logic with >500 direct reports. 1990 joined 2 PhD founders as founding CEO to grow Rambus from 4 people to IPO to $2 Billion market cap, till 2005. Director of Everspin, the leading MRAM company.
senior VP Engineering & cofounder
Originally from Shanghai, PRC. BSEECS, UC Berkeley. Two years as VLSI designer at Zoran. MSEE, EE PhD UCLA: designed 5 FPGA chips from 90nm to 40nm. 2013 Distinguished PhD Dissertation Award. 2014 ISSCC Lewis Winner Award for Outstanding Paper. Cheng has led the architecture, silicon implementation and software development for eFPGA over two generations from 180nm-7nm and now neural inferencing. Multiple patents at UCLA and Flex Logix.
Originally from Scottsdale, AZ. BS Chemical Engineering, Arizona State University. Over 20 years of sales and sales management experience starting as Account Sales Manager at Motorola for Apple, Sun, SGI then Director Strategic Accounts at ARM. Moved to ARC as VP Sales, North America. When Virage acquired ARC, became VP Global Accounts and lead worldwide sales effort for ARC. When Synopsys acquired Virage, was interim VP Worldwide Sales for Virage/ARC, then transitioned into Director of Product Solution Sales coordinating all ARC sales activities for Synopsys in North America. During Andy’s time selling ARC, it became the #2 embedded processor by unit market share.
vp silicon & SOC Engineering
Originally from Pune, India. BSEE University of Utah. MSEE Stanford. MBA San Jose State. Abhijit has led the silicon implementation of EFLX eFPGA in 180nm, 40nm, 28nm, 16nm, 14nm, 12nm and now in design of 7nm and nnMAX inference in 16nm. Abhijit’s team is also in implementation of NMAX in 16nm. Over 20 years experience in silicon and system design at LTX then Rambus where he was Senior Engineering Director and Technical Director. Has managed over 100 people in high speed digital logic, mixed signal, system, verification and software teams. His projects have resulted in millions of chips and systems sold by companies such as Intel, Sony, IBM, Toshiba and others.
Originally from Winnipeg, Canada. Bachelors Business Economics, UC Santa Barbara. MBA Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Corporate Controller at several companies including QED and PMC-Sierra where she spent 8 years ending up as VP and Treasurer. CFO of a couple of other companies since then.
Director of Architecture Solutions
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina. BSEE San Francisco State University. Tony’s team’s role at Flex Logix is to provide support to customers to evaluate architectural alternatives for using EFLX eFPGA and NMAX inferencing to achieve the best result. Over twenty years Architecting systems and ICs at National, Sun and Intel. Most recently at Intel, Tony was Lead System Architect for multiple generations of Intel CPU Cores, and led system clocking architecture for all client systems. At Sun, Tony was Lead System Architect for several servers and workstations and led I/O architecture and microarchitecture of several systems and chips.
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, EFPGA SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Originally from Shanghai, PRC. BSEE & MSEE, Fudan University. PhD EE/CS, University of California, Berkeley researching novel placement and routing algorithms. Over a dozen years working on FPGA and Structured ASIC synthesis, placement and routing first at Synplicity (Synplify) then at Synopsys when they acquired Synplicity. He has worked on high-performance place & route for many generations of Virtex FPGAs, timing-driven large-scale placement algorithms and global routing algorithms.
DIRECTOR, INFERENCE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
Originally from Moscow, Russia. Bachelors and Masters, Computer Engineering, Moscow State Institute of Electronics. Developed embedded software and software drivers as a Manager and Director at multiple companies including Hitachi Communications, Kumu Networks and Enphase Energy.
HARDWARE DESIGN DIRECTOR, SILICON ENGINEERING
Hardware Engineering Director, Silicon Engineering. Originally from Chennai, India. BSEE, University Madras & MSEE, Arizona State University. MTS, Principal Engineer then Sr Hardware Design Manager at Sun/Oracle with >15 years design experience and >5 years management experience in process technologies from 130nm to 7nm. Has managed multiple projects to silicon completion/validation at Flex Logix.
hardware design manager, silicon engineering
Hardware Design Manager, Silicon Engineering. Originally from Taoyuan, Taiwan. BSEE, MSEE National Taiwan University. EE PhD UCLA: with Cheng Wang designed 5 FPGAs from 90nm to 40nm. Project lead on two EFLX4K ports. 2014 Distinguished PhD Award. 2014 ISSCC Lewis Winner Award for Outstanding Paper. Has managed multiple projects to silicon completion and validation at Flex Logix.
DIRECTOR, SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Director, Systems Engineering. Originally from Zigong, Sichuan. BS Technical Physics, Peking University, MS Physics, University of Arizona., MSEE/CE, University of Arizona. Engineer at SGI and Intel. Joined 3Par as a hardware engineer when it was a startup; 3Par was acquired by HP. Prior to joining Flex Logix William managed a group of >40 engineers for Hardware System Engineering, Design and QA of HPE’s Storage Business Unit. . At Flex Logix William is responsible for our PCIe and other board products.
technical advisor and cofounder
Originally from Pozega, Serbia. Professor of EE at UCLA: PhD Supervisor of Cheng Wang and Fang-Li Yuan. 2007 D. Sakrison Memorial Prize, 2009 NSF Career Award, 2010 ISSCC Jack Raper Award. 2014 ISSCC Lewis Winner Award for Outstanding Paper.
Inference Technical marketing manager
AI Inference Technical Marketing Manager. Originally from New York City. BS Computer Engineering, Columbia University. Prior to joining Flex Logix, Vinay was a hardware Engineer designing the next generation compute hardware for Lyft’s self driving system. Explored different system architecture balancing performance, mass, volume, thermal and cost constraints.
co-founder and managing Partner of lux capital
Co-founder and Managing Partner of Lux Capital (luxcapital.com), based in Palo Alto CA. Focuses on investments in technology and energy. Started at Lehman Brothers in Equity Research, led the spin off of Lux Research and founded Lux Capital. Peter manages investments in Accelergy, Angstrom, Auris, Everspin, Flex Logix, G2X, Gridco, Lux Research, Luxtera, Matterport and Transphorm. Graduated cum laude from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School.
General partner of eclipse ventures
General Partner of Eclipse Ventures (eclipse.vc), based in Palo Alto CA. Started at Transitron before joining Dr. Gordon Moore’s team at Fairchild where he oversaw development of the first generation of digital ICs. Co-founded National Semiconductor where he was VP/GM of ICs. He also was CEO of two companies. Joined Sequoia as a General Partner where he was Chairman of Cypress Semi, Microchip, Vitesse Semi, Open-Silicon, Redback Networks, Verisity and Plumtree. He was also a Director at Mellanox, YouTube and Xoom. As a General Partner at Khosla Ventures he served on the boards of Skybox (Google), Cogenra (Sunpower), SEEO (Bosch), Avogy, SeaMicro (AMD) and HeartVista. He current sits on the Eclipse boards of Diassess, Flex Logix, Kindred, and Light. Graduated from Toulouse University with a BSEE/MS Physics.
ceo & cofounder
BSc, Computer Science, University of Alberta. MBA Harvard. MSEE (coursework), Santa Clara University. 1979-1990 AMD, ending up as Senior VP, Microprocessors and Logic with >500 direct reports. 1990 joined 2 PhD founders as founding CEO to grow Rambus from 4 people to IPO to $2 Billion market cap, till 2005. Ran a solar company and served on several high tech boards since then. Board member of Everspin Inc.
SENIOR VP ENGINEERING & cofounder
BSEECS, UC Berkeley. Two years as VLSI designer at Zoran. MSEE, EE PhD UCLA: 5 FPGA chips from 90nm to 40nm. 2013 Distinguished PhD Dissertation Award. 2014 ISSCC Lewis Winner Award for Outstanding Paper. Multiple patents at UCLA and Flex Logix.
GM, Microsoft Azure Cloud Hardware
GM Microsoft Azure Cloud Hardware responsible for architecture and design for cloud hardware infrastructure and driving infrastructure innovation. Kushagra is an Independent Board Member. Kushagra is also a Board Member of the Open Compute Project. Kushagra holds a MS in Computer Science (SUNY Binghamton) and BE in Computer Engineering (VJTI Mumbai).
Partner at Lux Capital, focusing on investments in technology and energy, based in Palo Alto CA. Previously held technical positions at GM and several Silicon Valley technology startups. BSEE UC Berkeley. MSEE, EE PhD UCLA.