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Banderacom is a fabless semiconductor company focused on dramatically increasing the performance, scalability, reliability, flexibility, and time-to-market of networking, storage, and server system manufacturer's products by providing flexible, interoperable, high performance semiconductors based on the InfiniBand standard.

Les Crudele Les Crudele, CEO
Les Crudele joined Banderacom as CEO effective, November 15, 2000. Mr. Crudele served on the board of directors of Quantum Effect Devices (QED), a fabless semiconductor company focused on high-performance MIPS embedded microprocessors for the networking industry. He helped to oversee QED's management operations and played a key role in all aspects of the company's corporate strategy.


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