Mellanox Technologies, Ltd.
2620 Augustine Dr.,
Santa Clara , CA 95054
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Mellanox Technologies Inc. develops semiconductor solutions for the communications and data storage market segments, based on the InfiniBand Trade Association standard. The company has strong venture backing from Intel Capital, Raza Venture Management, Sequoia Capital, and US Venture Partners. Business operations, sales, marketing, and customer service are headquartered in Santa Clara, CA., with design, engineering, and quality and reliability operations based in Israel.
Mellanox Technologies Ltd. develops InfiniBand semiconductor solutions for the communications, server, and data storage market segments. InfiniBand products from the company support the market for Host and Target Channel Adapters, switches, and solutions designed to enable high performance, reliable, I/O fabrics.
Eyal Waldman, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Prior to founding Mellanox, Eyal was a cofounder of Galileo Technology, Ltd., and served as the Vice President of Engineering from March 1993 until February of 1999. In this role he was intimately involved in the definition, execution, marketing, sales and customer support of all of Galileo's products. At Galileo he grew the organization, starting with a small group and ultimately building a highly productive engineering team of 160 employees. In addition he was responsible for the development of state of the art design methodologies, resulting in production-worthy first silicon successes. Before Galileo he worked for Intel in Haifa, Israel, from August 1989 until March of 1993. During this period he led the logic design of secondary cache controllers for the 50MHz i486, i860XP, and the 66Mhz Pentium. He participated in defining the architecture and micro-architecture of Intel's next generation x86 microprocessors, and the architecture of Intel's next generation Massively Parallel Processing (MPP) computer. In 1991, he earned the highest distinction awarded by Intel, the Intel Achievement Award, for the 82495 Cache Controller design, and was recognized as the Israel Design Center Employee of the Year in 1992. Mr. Waldman has 1 patent on the synchronization mechanism of Intel's future 64 bit architecture and 3 patents pending. Mr. Waldman holds a B.Sc.E.E. (Cum Laude) and an M.Sc.E.E. from the Technion in Israel.