Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer, Palmchip Corporation
Jauher is an award-winning tech entrepreneur, inventor, and engineer with nearly 35 years of experience. He is the chairman and CEO of Netvinci Corporation, AI and Human-Machine Learning company, where he oversees all product design, engineering, and funding for human-machine learning technologies. He is also the founder of Palmchip Corporation, a company that invented CoreFrame, the first System-on-Chip (SoC) architecture, which enables billions of wireless and storage devices today.
He has been named twice as the ‘Top 20 visionary CEOs in the world’ by the EE Times and was awarded the 2010 Terman Award for best Cloud Computing/Software as a Service product by the TechAmerica Foundation. He holds several technology patents having to do with CyberSecurity, SoC and on-chip interconnect technology. A leading expert in the area of SoC technologies, Jauher has participated in many panels and has written and presented a number of articles ranging from CyberSecurity, System-on-Chip (SoC), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) technologies.
In 1996, Jauher left Quantum Corporation to start Palmchip. Before that, he led a team to develop the world’s first SSD system-on-chip controller at Quantum. He also worked at Unisys, Amdahl, and Samsung.
Jauher is an experienced CEO in running several global companies like Netvinci, Moobila Corporation and Palmchip Pakistan (Pvt).
Jauher is an EIR at EvoNexus. At EvoNexus he is involved in new startup selection, mentoring and guiding startup entrepreneurs. He is always looking to invest in new startups. Please contact him at email@example.com.