Coby Hanoch comes to WeeBit Nano with 15 years’ experience in engineering and engineering management and 23 years’ experience in sales management and executive roles. Coby was Vice President Worldwide Sales at Verisity where he was part of the founding team and grew the company to over $100M in annual sales which facilitated its acquisition by Cadence Design Systems (NASDAQ:CDNS). He was also Vice President Worldwide Sales at Jasper, doubling sales before it was acquired by Cadence. As CEO of PacketLight, Coby helped steer the company away from bankruptcy. Coby recently set up a consulting company, EDAcon Partners, which helps startups define their corporate strategies, set up their worldwide sales channel and raise capital. Coby holds a Bachelor of Science in Systems Design from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
Amir brings to WeeBit Nano two decades of experience in device and technology for the semiconductor industry, with particular expertise in Flash memory technology. Prior to working at WeeBit Nano, Amir served as a senior Engineer in some of the leading technology companies in the semiconductor and memory field, including Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), SanDisk (NASDAQ:SNDK), Micron (NASDAQ:MU) and Marvell (NASDAQ:MRVL). Amir has accumulated broad knowledge and expertise in multiple engineering fields including Device, Technology Development, Quality & Reliability, and ASIC R&D. As a Senior Device Engineer, Amir was involved in developing the most advanced 45nm NOR Flash technology to date. Amir holds a M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Tel-Aviv University and a B.Sc. in Material Science and Engineering from Ben-Gurion University. In 2015 Amir graduated with a B.A. honors in Psychology from the Open University of Israel.
Ms. Felder has over 20 years’ experience as a Certified Public Accountant. As a senior manager at PWC Israel (Kesleman & Keselman) Ms. Felder was responsible for auditing large public companies traded on the TASE and US Stock Exchanges. She has also served as the CFO of several start-up companies and has extensive experience with SEC filings, SOX procedures, taxation reports and IPO procedures. Currently, Ms. Felder serves as an active director on the board of several public companies traded on the TASE and NASDAQ. She is also a Professor of Accounting at the College of Management, Academic Studies, School of Business Administration. Ms. Felder holds a CPA and a Master’s degree in Finance from the City University of New York.
Dr Nissan-Cohen manages Weebit’s R&D activities. Yoav’s career covers nearly 40 years of scientific research, technology development, and executive management in the hi-tech industry. He is currently Chairman and CEO of Zullavision, a company which leverages Israeli technologies to provide innovative solutions for film and TV productions.
Yoav received his PhD researching non-volatile memories, under the supervision of Prof Dov Frohman, the inventor of the first non-volatile memory technology.
He started his illustrious career as a research scientist in GE’s R&D center in New York where he studied the use of silicon dioxide in semiconductor memory devices. He then led the spin-off of National Semiconductor’s fabrication facility in Israel, establishing Tower Semiconductor, a Nasdaq-listed, global specialty semiconductor foundry leader with a market cap of US$3.4 billion, where he served as CEO for nine years. Dr. Nissan-Cohen also played a key role in establishing a non-volatile technology startup, Saifun Semiconductor, which was subsequently sold to Spansion. After two years in the venture capital industry, he returned to his entrepreneurial origins taking up Chairman and CEO positions in Amimon which provides wireless transmissions of HD Video at zero latency. Dr. Nissan-Cohen holds a PhD in Applied Physics where his focus was SiOx memories.
Atiq Raza is a highly respected veteran in the semiconductor industry, playing a significant role in the evolution of the semiconductor industry over the past 30 years. Atiq gained his reputation as Chairman and CEO of NexGen, which revolutionized the design of x86 processors, and acquired in 1996 by Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ: AMD). Atiq then became President and COO of AMD and led its transition from running behind Intel processors to being a direct competitor, gaining significant market share in PCs and the Cloud. Later Atiq was the founder, Chairman and CEO of RMI which was acquired by NetLogic which in turn was acquired by Broadcom (NASDAQ: AVGO) on the strength of the RMI processor. Since then Atiq has held multiple roles, including investor, Chairman and CEO of semiconductor companies, and serving on the boards of many companies including Mellanox, Magma Design Automation, Matrix and Solantro, to name a few. Today Atiq is Chairman and CEO at Virsec Systems Inc.
Coby Hanoch comes to WeeBit Nano with 15 years’ experience in engineering and engineering management and 23 years’ experience
Amir brings to WeeBit Nano two decades of experience in device and technology for the semiconductor industry, with
Ms. Felder has over 20 years’ experience as a Certified Public Accountant. As a senior manager at PWC Israel (Kesleman & Keselman)
Dr Nissan-Cohen manages Weebit’s R&D activities. Yoav’s career covers nearly 40 years of scientific research, technology development,