Trey Roessig is Promoted to Chief Technology Officer & SVP Engineering
Milpitas, Calif., February 18, 2020 — Empower Semiconductor, the world leader in Integrated Voltage Regulators (IVR), today announced the appointment of Trey Roessig, 49, as Chief Technology Officer & SVP Engineering.
Mr. Roessig brings over 20 years of experience and 25 US patents in power and mixed-signal design to the Empower Semiconductor engineering team. Prior to his promotion, Mr. Roessig spearheaded the successful development of Empower’s core technology as SVP of Engineering. Before this he served in senior technology and business roles at Companies such as Integrated Micro Instruments (acquired by Analog Devices) Volterra Semiconductor and ADI. Mr. Roessig holds a Ph.D. in Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley.
“Trey is a proven technology executive with a strong track record of bringing complex, groundbreaking technologies to market. Trey has led Empower’s talented engineering team for two years and demonstrated a world class ability to drive innovation and execution”, said Tim Phillips, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Empower Semiconductor. “His impressive track record will be an important part of winning the $6B market opportunity before us. We look forward to Trey’s contributions and leadership as CTO as we define and deliver the industry’s most advanced power management technology.”
“I am delighted to take on this expanded role at Empower as we deliver these cutting-edge power management technologies to market” said Roessig. “Empower’s technical achievements are a testament to the strength of our multi-disciplinary team, and I look forward to helping them accelerate our roadmap in delivering our disruptive power solutions to the market.”
Empower executives will be attending the APEC power conference in New Orleans, March 15-19, 2020. To book meetings at the show with Empower please email your requests to email@example.com or visit empowersemi.com for more information.
About Empower Semiconductor
The exponential increase in the amount of data being communicated and processed around the globe is driving the energy consumption of datacenters and communications networks to 17% of total electricity demand worldwide by 2030(1), dramatically increasing pollution, carbon emissions and cost. Empower Semiconductor was founded with the mission to “minimize the energy footprint of the digital economy” by developing novel fully integrated power management solutions that both increase the performance and reduce power consumption of energy-hungry, data-intensive applications.
Traditional power solutions require dozens of discrete components with big footprints, complex designs and deliver power inefficiently with poor response times and inaccuracies. Empower Semiconductor’s patented IVR technology integrates dozens of components into a single IC increasing efficiency, shrinking footprints by 10x and delivering power with unprecedented simplicity, speed & accuracy and with zero discrete components. The Empower IVR™ technology solves the power density challenge to address a wide range of applications including mobile, wearables, 5G, AI, and data centers. In 2020 the capacitor technology platform was added to further address power density. E-CAP revolutionized the capacitor industry as the world’s smallest, highest performing, and incredibly reliable capacitor for wearables, mobile, and SoC applications. The company is based in Milpitas, CA and is led by a team of highly experienced power experts and executives.
- Nature, “How to stop data centres from gobbling up the world’s electricity”, September 12, 2018
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