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 third quarter 2014 financial results on October 30, 2014.
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).
Raymond Cook is responsible for overseeing the company's worldwide accounting and financial reporting. Cook has over 25 years of experience in the financial and technology industries, which includes accounting, SEC reporting, mergers and acquisitions and investor relations. He joined Silicon Image in 2014.
Before joining Silicon Image, Cook served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at STEC (recently acquired by HGST, a wholly owned subsidiary of Western Digital). Prior to STEC, Cook held several executive positions including Vice President Finance & Corporate Controller of Mindspeed Technologies, Inc., Executive Director of Accounting and External Reporting for Conexant Systems, Inc., and Director of Accounting for Rockwell Semiconductor Systems.
Cook is a Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant. He received his B.S. Accounting and M.B.A. Finance from Loyola Marymount University.
Tim Vehling is responsible for Silicon Image’s Connectivity Products Group, which includes global research and development, product marketing, and applications engineering support for Silicon Image’s HDMI®, MHL®, and 60GHz WirelessHD® product lines. In addition, the Connectivity Products Group comprises the DVDO® product line and Simplay Labs testing and certification services.
Vehling has over 20 years of international industry experience combined with a strong technology background. Vehling’s expertise includes fostering strategic relationships with partners and customers, driving product roadmaps and definitions, and leading global teams. Vehling joined Silicon Image in 2009 as Vice President of Worldwide Marketing.
Prior to joining Silicon Image, Vehling held the position of Vice President of Marketing and Applications Engineering at Micronas Gmbh. Prior to that, Vehling was Vice President of Consumer Marketing at LSI, where he helped establish the company as an industry leader in MPEG CODEC solutions and DVD recorder processors. Previous appointments include marketing management positions with C-Cube Microsystems, ATI Technologies, Chromatic Research, and VLSI. Vehling has lived and worked in Tokyo, Japan and Munich, Germany.
Vehling holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Valparaiso University, Indiana.
As Chief Legal and Administrative Officer, Lopez is responsible for overseeing the company's legal affairs worldwide, including corporate governance and compliance, securities laws and intellectual property matters, strategic partnerships, litigation, licensing, and mergers and acquisitions activity. Lopez also oversees the Company's technology services organizations and is the company's Chief Compliance Officer and Corporate Secretary. Lopez joined Silicon Image in January 2007 from the law firm of Morrison & Foerster, where he was Of Counsel and advised public and private emerging growth, medical device and technology companies in a wide variety of substantive areas, with an emphasis on board and corporate governance matters, securities regulatory and disclosure matters, financings and strategic transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, purchases and sales of assets, licensing, joint ventures and distribution arrangements. Previously, Lopez was General Counsel and Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Terayon Communication Systems, a publicly-held manufacturer of broadband access equipment. Lopez has also held senior management and general counsel positions at ReSound Corporation and Nellcor Puritan Bennett, Inc., two publicly-held, medical device companies. Lopez began his career as an associate with the law firms of Morrison & Foerster and McCutchen Doyle Brown & Enersen. Lopez earned his B.A. in Economics from Columbia University and a J.D. from the Harvard Law School.
As Chief Strategy and Technology Officer, Khurram Sheikh is responsible for driving the company's strategic initiatives and technology innovation as well as overseeing corporate development, business development, marketing and industry standards activities.
With over 20 years of experience in the mobile broadband and Internet industry, Mr. Sheikh has been at the forefront of many groundbreaking efforts, including development of the 4G wireless technology standards and ecosystem, building the first broadband wireless 4G network and devices, deploying the first cable Wi-Fi systems and designing the first integrated 4G-Wi-Fi small cell base station.
Prior to joining Silicon Image, Mr. Sheikh was founder and CEO of JKSFS, a communications technology company based in Silicon Valley. Previously, he served as CEO of Powerwave Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of end-to-end wireless infrastructure solutions. During his tenure at Powerwave, he also held the position of CTO, where he was responsible for product development, engineering, R&D, business development as well as overseeing global product/business units. Before joining Powerwave, Mr. Sheikh served as vice president, wireless strategy and development at Time Warner Cable, where he led the company's entry into the wireless space. He also served as chief technology advisor for Sprint, spearheading technology assessment, research and development, network architecture and design, and strategic development of next-generation wireless solutions.
Mr. Sheikh received his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology in Pakistan with highest honors and a master's degree in electrical engineering with a focus on wireless communications from Stanford University. He has also completed executive development courses at the Harvard Business School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is an active board member of several venture-funded start-up and private equity funded companies focused on breakthrough technologies that are shaping the communication ecosystem from the device to the cloud.
Nancy Hauge is responsible for Silicon Image's human resources activities worldwide. She has over 25 years of executive human resources experience across multiple industries including technology, retail, restaurant and education.
Prior to joining Silicon Image, Hauge served as the senior vice president of human resources for K12 Inc., where she was responsible for talent management, organizational effectiveness, total rewards, workforce analytics, employee and executive benefits, and HR technologies. During her tenure at K12, the company quadrupled in size and successfully completed its IPO.
Before joining K12, Hauge was the chief customer advocate and senior vice president of human resources at Ruckus Network, a venture-backed, entertainment-based social media company. In addition, Hauge was the senior partner at 54th Street Partners, where she served as the interim vice president of human resources for several rapidly growing public companies and many venture-backed start-ups.
Hauge also served as the founding vice president of people at Noah's New York Bagels, the vice president of human resources for Gymboree Corporation, and she held various senior management, strategic planning and quality positions at Sun Microsystems.
Hauge currently sits on the board of directors of Magnus Health, and is an advisor to Wilmington Pharmaceuticals, BlackRidge Technologies and Mixbook.
Seamus Meagher is responsible for worldwide sales for Silicon Image's semiconductor product lines. He is a technology sales veteran whose experience spans sales leadership roles at industry defining companies such as Transmeta, Red Hat, and VocalTec Communications. Prior to becoming VP of Worldwide Sales Meagher was Silicon Image's Taiwan Country Manager based in Taipei, Taiwan and prior to that Director of Sales for the Americas and EMEA based in the USA.
Prior to joining Silicon Image in 2004 Meagher was responsible for North America sales at Transmeta Corporation, a company responsible for developing innovative and revolutionary CPUs for the low-power market segment. Before that, Meagher was the first sales person for Red Hat where he held the position of Director of Sales and was personally responsible for selling the industry's first Enterprise Linux support contracts. Meagher started his career in technology sales at VocalTec Communications, the company who invented and patented the first Voice over IP audio transceiver.
Seamus holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Science from Pepperdine University and an MBA from Texas A&M University.
Rashid Osmani is responsible for supply chain management, procurement, manufacturing, distribution, test engineering, quality and product engineering at Silicon Image.
With more than 25 years of management and product development experience, Osmani leads Silicon Image’s engineering efforts in support of the company’s strategy to deliver pure digital content everywhere.
Osmani joined Silicon Image from RF Micro Devices, where he served as Vice President and General Manager from 2005 to 2008. Prior to that, Osmani held the position of Senior Director of Engineering at Motorola, leading the architecture and systems engineering team for the cellular handset division. Before joining Motorola, Osmani was a scientist at the Defense Electronics Research Laboratory in Hyderabad.
Osmani has been awarded 13 U.S. patents. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Osmania University, a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and a Master’s of Technology degree from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Hyderabad, India.
David Pederson drives long-term strategy at Silicon Image and leads the company's corporate marketing activities, as well as oversees the company's standards initiatives such as HDMI®, MHL®, and WirelessHD®. Pederson is a seasoned marketing and strategy executive with 25 years of experience in the semiconductor industry, combined with a strong technical background in consumer electronics. His areas of expertise include competitive analysis, product roadmaps, system level partner development, and go-to-market strategies.
Most recently, Pederson provided consumer market strategy and business development consultancy services to companies focused on video processing products for HD televisions. Previous appointments include a Vice President Corporate Marketing position at Zoran Corporation, a global leader in semiconductors for consumer electronics, where Pederson was responsible for corporate strategic planning and corporate communications. Prior to that, Pederson spent 17 years at National Semiconductor in various engineering, strategic marketing and management positions including Director of the Set-top Box product line. Pederson began his career as a software developer at Teledyne.
A recognized expert in his field, Pederson has delivered numerous talks on the subjects of the connected digital home, the networked entertainment center, and connected consumer electronics products.
Pederson holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Virginia.