Company, Exec, Team of the Year
Company of the Year
AQuantia -- ACE Awardee
Cadence -- Runner up
Faraj Aalaei, president and CEO of AQuantia accepts the ACE Award from Junko Yoshida and Patrick Mannion. Executive of the Year
Lisa Su -- ACE Awardee
Executive of the Year: Lisa Su
Senior vice president & General manager,
Global Business Units, AMD.
Senior VP and GM, Global Business Units Advanced Micro Devices Dr. Mohamed Hafed CEO Introspect Technology Ronald Black CEO Rambus Inc. John Kispert CEO Spansion Rob Shaddock Executive VP & Chief Technology Officer TE Connectivity
Kamal Khouri from AMD Embedded Solutions accepting award for AMD's Lisa Siu, senior VP and GM, Global Business Units.
Design Team of the Year
HMC Stratix V Interoperability Team
AMD AMD Mainstream APU ("Kabini") Team Agilent Technologies RF Device PXI Test Solution Design Team Stratos Stratos Product Development, as design partner to Global Good and Intellectual Ventures Labs TE Automotive Team
(Left to right): a Micron representative; Greg Waters, CEO of IDT (award sponsor); and Manish Deo, product marketing manage, Altera. Altera/Micron won ACE award for Design Team of Year.
Members on the team:
Jay Walstrum, Senior, System Architect
Jon Parry, Principal Engineer - DRAM
John Meduna, Senior SCG Engineer
Chris Johnson, DRAM Applications Engineering Manager
Travis Dirkes, Senior Program Manager
Brian Gross, Architect, Networking Platforms
Tom Kinsley, Architect, Server Platforms
Manish Deo, Product Marketing Manager
Jason Mo, Senior Manager
Antoine Alary, Senior MTS
Gregg Baeckler, Principal Engineer
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