We innovate across photonics, electronics, packaging and manufacturing to create optics significantly more dense, scalable and lower power than existing solutions, breaking the I/O wall in data centers and enabling more advanced compute, AI and machine learning.
Founder & CTO
Previously, Peter led Bell Labs’ fiber-optic transmission research, setting multiple high-speed optical transmission records and contributing to optical communications product developments and live field trials. He has published over 500 scientific papers, holds over 80 granted patents and has been widely recognized with awards including Bell Labs Fellow, Fellow of the IEEE and Optica, Member of the US National Academy of Engineering, the John Tyndall Award and an honorary doctorate from the Technical University of Eindhoven. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Lightwave Technology, Program Chair of ECOC and Program/General Chair of OFC. He received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Vienna, Austria.
Prior to joining, Dan was Vice President of Marketing at Broadcom, where he defined and brought to market multiple generations of Broadcom’s industry-leading Ethernet NICs, SmartNICs and offload compute engines for video and encryption. He grew the business by over 10x by partnering closely with the leading hyperscale cloud operators and system OEMs across the world. During his career at Broadcom, he led numerous market leading products, and was responsible for nearly $1B in annual revenue. Before Broadcom, Dan was Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Sandburst Corp., a pioneer in developing scalable switch fabrics and network processors as merchant silicon components for high-end Ethernet switches. Sandburst was acquired by Broadcom in 2006. Dan holds a BA from Duke University.
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