Learn more about the company that's changing the way people connect to their digital worlds - at home, at work, and on the go.
Silicon Image's patented VRS® ClearView™ technology scales and cleans video from any source, optimizing it for HD displays.
The UltraGig 6400 is a single-chip solution for 60 GHz wireless connectivity in smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices
Silicon Image will release its second quarter 2014 financial results after the market closes on July 30, 2014.
Peter Hanelt is a seasoned retail and consumer markets executive, having spent the last 30 years in CEO, COO and CFO roles for a variety of publicly and privately held companies. He is currently president and founder of a consulting firm specializing in improving operating results and providing expertise in corporate governance and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Previously, Hanelt served as COO and chief restructuring officer of Good Guys. Prior to that, he was CEO of Natural Wonders, COO and CFO of Esprit De Corp, COO and CFO for Post Tool, Inc., COO and CFO of Manetti-Farrow, Inc. and a principal of Regent Pacific. Hanelt has also held CFO, VP of Finance and Controller positions at two hospitals in the San Francisco Bay Area and earlier spent five years on the audit and tax staff at Deloitte & Touche. He served four years with the U.S. Army and 18 years as an officer in the reserves. Hanelt has served as a director of Silicon Image, Inc. since May 2005, including Chairman of the Board since July 2005. He also serves on the board of Bidz.com, Patelco Credit Union, Dignitary Health, formerly Catholic Healthcare West, InterHealth Nutraceuticals and Coast Asset Management LLC. Hanelt is a certified public accountant, holds a master's degree in business administration from the University of California, Berkeley and a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Dr. Bill George has over 40 years of experience in the semiconductor industry. He served as Executive Vice President of Operations for ON Semiconductor when the company separated from Motorola in 1999, overseeing technology development, manufacturing, quality and reliability and order fulfillment operations at the company's facilities in the U.S., China, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Japan, Philippines and Malaysia. Prior to joining ON Semiconductor, Dr. George served as Corporate Vice President and Director of Manufacturing for Motorola's Semiconductor Components Group, responsible for investment and operational strategy for Motorola's worldwide semiconductor manufacturing operations, including fabrication and final manufacturing plants in Asia, Europe and the Americas. Dr. George joined Motorola in 1968 where he progressed through a number of assignments in R&D, manufacturing and business management. In 1991, Dr. George was assigned to Sematech in Austin, Texas where he served three years as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. Returning to Phoenix in 1994, he managed wafer fabrication for the Communication, Power and Signal Technologies Group. Dr. George has served as a director of Silicon Image, Inc. since October 2005. He also serves on the board of Ramtron International Corp. and Power Integrations, Inc. He received his bachelor's degree in metallurgical engineering in from the University of Oklahoma and earned a Ph.D. in materials science from Purdue University. He has authored ten papers on electronic materials and devices and has been granted seven patents on semiconductor devices. Dr. George was honored as a "Distinguished Engineering Alumnus" by Purdue University.
Masood Jabbar has held a variety of management positions with public companies during his 30+ years in the technology industry. His management career is anchored by 16 years at Sun Microsystems, where he held various executive positions, including Executive Vice President of Sun's global sales operations. Previous to that role, Jabbar served as president and earlier as Chief of Staff and CFO of Sun Microsystems Computer Company, the business unit responsible for the development and delivery of desktop and server computing systems. While serving as Chief of Staff of this business unit, Jabbar spearheaded its technology and business acquisitions, and was responsible for business development and strategic alliances. Earlier, he served as general manager for Sun's Interactive Products Group, VP of Finance and Planning for the Worldwide Field Organization and Director of Marketing for the U.S. Field Operations. Prior to joining Sun, he spent 10 years at Xerox Corporation and two years at IBM in various finance and planning roles. Jabbar has served as a director of Silicon Image, Inc. since May 2005. He also serves on the board of JDS Uniphase Corp., RF Micro Devices, and Calypso Technology. Jabbar holds a bachelor's degree in economics and statistics from the University of Punjab in Pakistan, a master's degree in business administration from West Texas A&M University and a master's degree in international management from the American Graduate School of International Management.
Martino has over 25 years of experience in the high-tech industry, having served in various executive management roles focusing on the consumer electronics, communications and computing markets. Martino joined Silicon Image in January 2010 from SAI Technology, Inc., a leading supplier of 4G and security technology solutions to the mobile communications industry. During Martino's two year tenure as a Board Member, Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Angel investor, SAI experienced rapid growth and built a strong and innovative business. Prior to SAI, Martino was the President and CEO of Cornice Inc., an innovator and technology leader of portable storage solutions to the portable consumer and mobile phone markets. Before joining Cornice, Martino held the position of COO at Zoran Corporation, a leading provider of digital solutions for the growing digital entertainment and digital imaging markets where he was COO for approximately four years, guiding the company through a period of tremendous growth. Martino also spent nearly 14 years with National Semiconductor in four different countries, including its headquarters in Silicon Valley, Japan, China and Australia. Martino holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Melbourne, Parkville (Victoria, Australia) and a Graduate Diploma in Digital Communications from Monash University, Clayton (Victoria, Australia).
With over 30 years of experience in the information technology and consumer industries, Dr. William Raduchel has held various senior executive positions at AOL Time Warner, Inc., AOL, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Xerox Corporation, and McGraw-Hill, Inc., and has extensive board experience with both private and public companies including five years as chairman of Opera Software ASA until 2011. Dr. Raduchel served as Chairman, CEO and Director of Ruckus Network, a digital entertainment network for students at colleges and universities featuring national, local and campus-based programming over the university networks. Prior to that, Dr. Raduchel served as Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of AOL Time Warner, Inc. where he was named "CTO of the Year" by InfoWorld Magazine. He spent 11 years at Sun Microsystems, Inc. in senior executive roles including CIO, CFO, Chief Strategy Officer, Acting Vice President of Human Resources, and Vice President of Corporate Planning and Development. During his tenure at Sun, he was recognized as "CIO of the Year" by CIO Magazine and "Best CFO in the Computer Industry" by Wall Street Transcript. Dr. Raduchel has served as a director of Silicon Image, Inc. since December 2005. He also serves on the board of ePals, LiveIntent, MokaFive and Virident. He is a strategic advisor to Daily Mail and General Trust PLC, a leading U.K. media company, and to Naspers Ltd. Dr. Raduchel received his master's and Ph.D. degrees in economics from Harvard University and a bachelor's degree in economics from Michigan State University. He was also given an honorary doctorate in business from Michigan Technological University. Dr. Raduchel is an adjunct professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. He has 13 U.S. patents.