20 years in communications and networking: SVP Google, CEO Alphabet Access, President Qualcomm Atheros, CEO Atheros Communications.
Professor Computer Science, Stanford University. 25 years of academic/industrial experience. Co-Inventor of SDN; founder of three successful startups Nicira, Abrizio, Nemo.
36 years at Texas Instruments: Corporate Fellow; Pioneer in high performance processor design; large switch fabric design.
22 years at Texas Instruments: VP Systems R&D, GM Networking ASIC & Catalog Analog businesses.
30 years in networking and compute: SVP for Cisco’s Servers and Access Switches, VP for iPhone hardware at Apple; VP Eng at two successful start-ups (Nuova, Growth). Senior roles at Google, SGI, Sun.
20 years in networking: Broadcom, Nortel/Bay Networks; Led networking product lines at Broadcom: covering switches, switch fabrics, server NICs, network processors (NPUs) and network SoCs.
25 years in finance and accounting, with experience in both public accounting and various start-up companies. Led finance team at Nicira from inception through eventual acquisition by VMware in 2012.
"So, software is eating the software companies that are eating the world. And Barefoot Networks is helping to feed the beast.”