Soft Machines company logo

The profile is currenly unclaimed by the seller. All information is provided by CB Insights.

softmachines.com

Executives

4

Board of Directors

5

Soft Machines Board of Directors

5 Board of directors

Soft Machines has 5 board of directors, including Albert Yu.

Name

Firm

Work History

Other Seats

Albert Yu

Albert Yu, Dr. Yu retired from Intel Corporation in late 2002 as Senior Vice President, and a member of the corporate Management Committee after having been with Intel for almost thirty years. He was the Senior Vice President,General Manager of the heart of Intel�s business: microprocessors,chipsets, boards, software and research for over sixteen years.Under his leadership, Intel�s microprocessors from 386to the latest Pentium4 processor have become the highest volume microchips that power the computers and the Internet. He was also in charge of Intel corporate strategy that led to its entry into the optoelectronics business and its extensive international expansion programs.

Soft Machines

Axel Tillman

Axel Tillmann has more than 25 years of entrepreneurial and senior-management experience with high-growth, venture-backed companies. As a successful serial entrepreneur, he brings passion, relationships and expertise to the start-up environment, with insight into what it takes to drive global growth, enterprise endorsement, and ultimately, strategic acquisitions. His prior experience includes, ENIRA Technology (acquired by ArcSight), Azure Technologies, Platform Solutions, Alpha Consult and GBS Laboratories. He founded NOVILIT, Inc., raising its initial funding and setting the direction for the company’s market strategy, product development and R&D. Axel brings unusual technical depth to the companies he advises, with degrees in Electrical Engineering and Business Administration from Germany University Wuppertal. His industry involvement includes positions as Chairman of the Board at Platform Solutions and CitadelEx.

Soft Machines

Dmitry Akhanov

Mr. Akhanov is President and CEO of Rusnano USA, Inc., the US office for the Moscow-headquartered Rusnano, a $10 billion state-backed private equity and venture capital firm. Previously, Mr. Akhanov acted as the Head of the Russian Federal Energy Agency, implementing government policy and managing Russian state assets in the oil & gas, coal and electricity sectors. He has extensive experience in strategic planning, corporate finance and investor relations.

Soft Machines

Gordon Campbell

Gordon Campbell founded and operated a number of Silicon Valley technology companies. He established Techfarm, Inc. and Techfarm Ventures as models for partnering start-ups, creating cutting-edge technologies, with seasoned managerial and financial experience. During his 30-year career, Mr. Campbell has held positions in engineering, sales, marketing and management at Honeywell, Intersil and Motorola. He developed, implemented and managed Intel's marketing efforts prior to founding and incubating the start-up of many notable companies including: SEEQ Technology; CHIPS and Technologies, Inc.; and 3Dfx Interactive.

Soft Machines

Krishna Yarlagadda

Krishna Yarlagadda joined Smartron as an investor and strategic advisor on 20th March 2017. As a strategic advisor, Krishna will mentor the Chairman and the Board of the Company in building Smartron into a global brand. With an illustrious career spanning 20 years across computing, communication & connectivity technologies, his experience as a strategic advisor, would add to the team’s strength as it continues to invest and work towards making Smartron a successful brand to be reckoned with globally. Krishna currently serves as a senior advisor to Riverwood Capital, WRV and IvyCap Ventures. He was the President of Imagination Technologies Inc. until November 2016. Prior to this, Krishna served as the CEO of Hellosoft, before Imagination Technologies acquired it in 2010. And before that, as Chairman, President & CEO of ZSP (acquired by LSI Logic), he pioneered the development of DSP based on RISC technology that has been adopted by major semiconductor and system vendors and deployed in billions of devices. Krishna has been recognized as a “Technology Pioneer” by the World Economic Forum in Davos. A seasoned entrepreneur, Krishna has also been involved with several successful companies as investor/advisor/board member including Silicon Spice (acquired by Broadcom), Pequre (became ServerWorks acquired by Broadcom), vEngines (acquired by Centillium), nBand (acquired by Proxim), Chiplogic (acquired by ADI), Intoto (acquired by Freescale), Valyd (acquired by EMC), Posedge (acquired by Imagination), Vivu (acquired by Polycom), Soft Machines (acquired by Intel), eSilicon, Invecas, Nod, Ineda, Innovium, Fungible and NetSpeed Systems.

Soft Machines

Name

Albert Yu

Axel Tillman

Dmitry Akhanov

Gordon Campbell

Krishna Yarlagadda

Firm

Work History

Albert Yu, Dr. Yu retired from Intel Corporation in late 2002 as Senior Vice President, and a member of the corporate Management Committee after having been with Intel for almost thirty years. He was the Senior Vice President,General Manager of the heart of Intel�s business: microprocessors,chipsets, boards, software and research for over sixteen years.Under his leadership, Intel�s microprocessors from 386to the latest Pentium4 processor have become the highest volume microchips that power the computers and the Internet. He was also in charge of Intel corporate strategy that led to its entry into the optoelectronics business and its extensive international expansion programs.

Axel Tillmann has more than 25 years of entrepreneurial and senior-management experience with high-growth, venture-backed companies. As a successful serial entrepreneur, he brings passion, relationships and expertise to the start-up environment, with insight into what it takes to drive global growth, enterprise endorsement, and ultimately, strategic acquisitions. His prior experience includes, ENIRA Technology (acquired by ArcSight), Azure Technologies, Platform Solutions, Alpha Consult and GBS Laboratories. He founded NOVILIT, Inc., raising its initial funding and setting the direction for the company’s market strategy, product development and R&D. Axel brings unusual technical depth to the companies he advises, with degrees in Electrical Engineering and Business Administration from Germany University Wuppertal. His industry involvement includes positions as Chairman of the Board at Platform Solutions and CitadelEx.

Mr. Akhanov is President and CEO of Rusnano USA, Inc., the US office for the Moscow-headquartered Rusnano, a $10 billion state-backed private equity and venture capital firm. Previously, Mr. Akhanov acted as the Head of the Russian Federal Energy Agency, implementing government policy and managing Russian state assets in the oil & gas, coal and electricity sectors. He has extensive experience in strategic planning, corporate finance and investor relations.

Gordon Campbell founded and operated a number of Silicon Valley technology companies. He established Techfarm, Inc. and Techfarm Ventures as models for partnering start-ups, creating cutting-edge technologies, with seasoned managerial and financial experience. During his 30-year career, Mr. Campbell has held positions in engineering, sales, marketing and management at Honeywell, Intersil and Motorola. He developed, implemented and managed Intel's marketing efforts prior to founding and incubating the start-up of many notable companies including: SEEQ Technology; CHIPS and Technologies, Inc.; and 3Dfx Interactive.

Krishna Yarlagadda joined Smartron as an investor and strategic advisor on 20th March 2017. As a strategic advisor, Krishna will mentor the Chairman and the Board of the Company in building Smartron into a global brand. With an illustrious career spanning 20 years across computing, communication & connectivity technologies, his experience as a strategic advisor, would add to the team’s strength as it continues to invest and work towards making Smartron a successful brand to be reckoned with globally. Krishna currently serves as a senior advisor to Riverwood Capital, WRV and IvyCap Ventures. He was the President of Imagination Technologies Inc. until November 2016. Prior to this, Krishna served as the CEO of Hellosoft, before Imagination Technologies acquired it in 2010. And before that, as Chairman, President & CEO of ZSP (acquired by LSI Logic), he pioneered the development of DSP based on RISC technology that has been adopted by major semiconductor and system vendors and deployed in billions of devices. Krishna has been recognized as a “Technology Pioneer” by the World Economic Forum in Davos. A seasoned entrepreneur, Krishna has also been involved with several successful companies as investor/advisor/board member including Silicon Spice (acquired by Broadcom), Pequre (became ServerWorks acquired by Broadcom), vEngines (acquired by Centillium), nBand (acquired by Proxim), Chiplogic (acquired by ADI), Intoto (acquired by Freescale), Valyd (acquired by EMC), Posedge (acquired by Imagination), Vivu (acquired by Polycom), Soft Machines (acquired by Intel), eSilicon, Invecas, Nod, Ineda, Innovium, Fungible and NetSpeed Systems.

Other Seats

Soft Machines

Soft Machines

Soft Machines

Soft Machines

Soft Machines

Soft Machines Management Team

4 Team Members

Soft Machines has 4 executives. Soft Machines's founder is Mahesh Lingareddy. Soft Machines's current President is Mohammad Abdallah.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Mahesh Lingareddy

Founder

Current

Mohammad Abdallah

President

Current

Tom Kais

Chief Financial Officer

Current

William Hill

Founder

Former

Name

Mahesh Lingareddy

Mohammad Abdallah

Tom Kais

William Hill

Work History

Title

Founder

President

Chief Financial Officer

Founder

Status

Current

Current

Current

Former

Discover the right solution for your team

The CB Insights tech market intelligence platform analyzes millions of data points on vendors, products, partnerships, and patents to help your team find their next technology solution.

Request a demo

CBI websites generally use certain cookies to enable better interactions with our sites and services. Use of these cookies, which may be stored on your device, permits us to improve and customize your experience. You can read more about your cookie choices at our privacy policy here. By continuing to use this site you are consenting to these choices.