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Eric Gayles, Ph.D.

Advisor San Francisco Bay Area, US

Engineering Director and Strategic Solutions Architect, Advanced Research and Development

Engineering Director and Strategic Solutions Architect, Advanced Research and Development

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Intrinsix Corp.
Teradata
SiQuance
Institute for Defense Analyses
Intel Corporation
SKTA Innopartners

Positions

Technical Director and Solutions Architect Intrinsix Corp. 2013 - present
Sr. Consultant & Project Manager / Directing Technical Lead SiQuance 2012 - 2013
Engineering Director / Senior Technical Strategist Intel Corporation 2008 - 2012
Engineering Manager / Program Manager / Product Manager – CPU, SOC, Digital Home Intel Corporation 2004 - 2008
Circuits Design Manager / Low Power Research Manager – Intel Architecture Group Intel Corporation 1996 - 2004

Education

Penn State University Computer Science and Engineering 1992 - 1996
University of Maryland Baltimore County 1988 - 1992

Interested In

Markets of Interest
  • • Consumer Electronics
  • • Enterprise Software
  • • Hardware
  • • Productivity Tools
  • • Small Businesses

You Should Know About Me

Key Accomplishments

Dr. Gayles’ leadership in microprocessor design, high tech program management, and advanced research spans 17 years. He has managed engineering teams in the U.S., Latin America, and Asia. He is currently Executive Platform Development Manager and Design Lead for Enterprise Data Center Solutions with Teradata Corporation. He also holds a Senior Adjunct Researcher position with the Institute for Defense Analyses. Dr. Gayles recently held the position of Technical Director and Solutions Architect for Intrinsix – serving as the Engineering Manager for California. Previously he served as a Director within Intel Research and as a Senior Engineering Project Manager. His programs and technical innovations have led to the productization of significant advancements in the areas of Low Power Electronics, High Speed I/Os, Connected Computing, and advanced Memory Systems.

Dr. Gayles managed the Circuits Lab of the Low Power Research Group in the late 90’s. This was Intel’s first low power research activity covering circuits – which led to a 30% reduction in power across IA CPUs. Dr. Gayles led several startup, acquisition, and investment evaluations across multiple business groups during his tenure at Intel. He managed Intel Lab’s $50 Million University Research Investment portfolio - successfully crafting a new cohesive vision for high impact strategic initiatives, partnership with Government Research Agencies and driving cross-industry leadership.

Dr. Gayles’ key research areas include low power, VLSI circuit architectures, advanced I/O, and packaging. He successfully applied his expertise during his tenure in Intel – having received a significant number of corporate awards and recognitions for advancing the quality and performance of Intel’s processors. He also has an extensive software background and has managed CAD organizations responsible for CPU timing and reliability.

Research programs under Dr. Gayles’ guidance included Cloud Computing, Graphics, and advanced system memory architectures. He holds several patents in the field and has published numerous papers.

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Chuck Gershman
We worked together at Intrinsix Corp.  •  Strategic Development, Director, Intrinsix Corp.. Previously Executive Advisor/CEO, Packet Architects. Drexel grad.
Eric has tremendous technical understanding and communications abilities. He is always thinking of new solutions to problems.
Chuck Gershman
We worked together  •  Strategic Development, Director, Intrinsix Corp.. Previously Executive Advisor/CEO, Packet Architects. Drexel grad.
Expert in the field of SOC/ASIC design. Great base of contacts from his days at Intel
Carson Schmidt
We worked together  •  VP of Engineering, Teradata. Previously VP of Engineering, NCR.
Eric thinks deeply and has great insights.