Ventures cordially invites you to the next company tour
When: Monday, September 21, 2009
Robert Noyce Building,
2200 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95054
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Who: Silicom Ventures members only. Space is limited.
Please RSVP to [email protected] by September 7th.
3:30pm: Meet for check-in
3:45pm: Tour Intel Museum w/Appetizers & Refreshments
4:45pm: Keynote with Gadi Singer, VP Mobility Group & GM SoC Enabling Group, Intel
5:15pm: Q&A & Networking
About the Speaker:
Gadi Singer is vice president of the Mobility Group and general manager, SoC Enabling Group for Intel Corporation. The SoC Enabling Group is responsible for delivering central building blocks and driving Intel's SoC strategy focusing on fast turnaround time and modularity practices.
Singer joined Intel in 1983, holding a variety of senior technical and management positions in chip design, software engineering and CAD development. He was appointed vice president in 1999 and chief technical officer of Intel Communications Group in 2004, among other accomplishments.
From 2005 through 2007, Singer served as general manager of the Ultra Mobility Group, which is responsible for the development of revolutionary low-power Intel® Architecture solutions and the Mobile Internet Devices. Among his prior roles, Singer was general manager of the Microprocessor Products Group's Design Technology Division, co-general manager of the IA-64 Processor Division and general manager of Enterprise Processors Division. Among Singer's technological contributions is as inventor of the Schematics Formal Verification (SFV) method at Intel, which establishes mathematical equivalence between design logic schematics to substantially reduce schematics functional bugs. Singer was also one of the inventors of Intel's Hardware Description Language (iHDL).
Prior to joining Intel, Singer was a software engineer at Elbit Electronics in Israel from 1981 to 1983. Singer received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Technion University, Israel, in 1983. He pursued graduate studies at Technion University from 1986 to 1988.