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Fayyaz Singaporewala

Fayyaz Singaporewala received his M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University, Pennsylvania, USA, in 2008. With over 13 years of semiconductor industry experience, Fayyaz has held a number of senior technical positions in semiconductor processing, product and yield engineering, as well as R&D work in strained Silicon. For the past 4 years, he has been senior staff manager at the GLOBALFOUNDRIES Market Specialized Solutions Product Marketing department, focusing on wireless connectivity and RF solutions.

Peter Rabbeni received his BSEE degree from Stevens Institute of Technology and MSEE from the University of Massachusetts in 1986 and 1991, respectively. Peter joined GLOBALFOUNDRIES in October 2012 and is currently the Director of RF Field Marketing responsible for RF foundry marketing and business development worldwide. He has over 24 years of experience in RF system design/development, field applications support, technical sales, business development and marketing. Prior to joining GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Peter held various senior technical positions at Raytheon, Ericsson and IBM. In 1986, he joined Raytheon Company in Marlborough, MA where he was responsible for leading the development and deployment of critical RF subsystems for the US Navy's NESP satellite communications program. In 1996, he joined Ericsson in Research Triangle Park, NC where he contributed to the development and production of the company's first Japan PDC and US CDMA handset products. While at Ericsson, he was also responsible for the system definition and development of custom RFICs for future handset platforms. In 2001, he joined IBM Microelectronics where he held several senior technical sales positions supporting foundry applications consulting, business development and marketing within the US territory and overseas. In 2010, Peter was appointed business development program director for IBM's specialty foundry business where he was responsible for setting the divisions 200mm portfolio, roadmap and investment strategy. Most recently, his focus has been on the future application of SiGe, RFCMOS and RFSOI technologies for power amplifiers (PAs) and front end modules (FEMs) for multi-mode/multiband (MMMB) mobile applications. Peter has co-authored several papers and is a member of the IEEE.

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