Aurangzeb Khan
6 Feb 2018 | 17:00 - 17:30 | Unified Communications Theatre | Altia Systems Add to calendar
The Future of Intelligent Vision in AV
Aurangzeb Khan
President and CEO
Altia Systems
We're seeing the next layer of AV technology unfold and it has been deemed
Speaker Biography:
Aurangzeb co-founded Altia Systems in 2011 to develop real-time multi-camera systems with ultra low latency for immersive video, with real-time sensing and connectivity to the cloud to enable a variety of services, including video collaboration and applications for autonomous learning systems using intelligent vision. During 2009 - 2010, he was President & CEO at Everspin Technologies, Inc., a VC-funded spin-off focusing on MRAM ICs (NASD: MRAM). In 2008, Aurangzeb co-founded Citius Consulting, a high-technology management consultancy with two public/private company CEO colleagues. Earlier, he was co-founder, President & CEO at Altius Solutions and, following the merger with Simplex Solutions, EVP/GM of the SoC Design Foundry business at Simplex, contributing to a ~$300M IPO in May 2001 (NASD: SPLX). After Cadence Design Systems acquired Simplex in June 2002, he served as CVP/GM of Design Services business at Cadence. Aurangzeb held senior engineering and general management positions at Cirrus Logic, Tandem Computers (now part of HP) and Fairchild. He helped deliver several industry-first systems and SoCs to market, including the Sony Computer Entertainment GSI-32 and PlayStation-2 Graphics Synthesizers, the Cirrus Logic 3Ci-SoC and the Tandem Computers NonStop, Himalaya, and Cyclone series of massively-parallel servers. Several of the SoC and systems products received industry leadership recognition and delivered $200M to more than $1B in annual revenues. Aurangzeb received an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. in Engineering Management from Stanford University, executive education at the Stanford GSB, a double-major B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences and Nuclear Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley, and a B.Sc. in Physics and Mathematics from Government College, Lahore, Pakistan, where he stood first in class and received the Academic Roll of Honor