Jeff White has more than twenty years of experience in both early-stage and large high-tech ventures, including multiple successful roles as CEO and investor. Currently a managing partner at Trestle Ventures, he is also president of EcoSpan, a bioplastics company that specializes in the development of proprietary biopolymers for products in a variety of industries from cosmetics to toys. He has also acted as a board member and active director of business model development, corporate expansion, acquisitions, and fund raising for Talk Market, Curv Sports, Maverick Network Solutions, and Coates Analytics. His previous executive experience includes CEO of RFID technology company RCD Technology, Chairman and CEO of Fingerworks (acquired by Apple), president of genomics at Napro Bio, and vice president and business development positions at Hewlett Packard and Agilent Technologies.
"Jeff White is a terrific and credited addition to the ETI team, and we are excited to welcome him to our board," said Guang Gao, ETIs founder and chairman. "His wealth of industry experience and proven track record of building high-tech successes is a perfect complement to our expansion plans for our core software performance acceleration services and transformative SWARM technology for multi-core/multi-node computing."
"ETI presents a unique opportunity for a high-tech industry veteran," said White. "The company is developing a truly transformative technology that will enable the computing industry to fully transition to multi-core without sacrificing performance, and I am eager to join the team to help bring this solution to market with maximum impact."
ETIs high-performance software solutions and services include its customized software performance acceleration services for the optimization and scaling of programs for many-core and heterogeneous architectures. Based in the technology of ETIs breakthrough SWARM (SWift Adaptive Runtime Machine) for multi-core/multi-node systems, ETIs services are specifically designed to enable organizations to conquer the performance challenges presented by the intersection of massively parallel software applications and hybrid HPC systems.
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