Aurangzeb Khan
Free
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
Abstract:
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