Aurangzeb was co-founder, President & CEO of Altia Systems through March 2019, and is
now SVP, Intelligent Vision Systems at GN Jabra, following the M&A1 of Altia Systems with
GN Jabra. He helped grow Altia Systems’ unique PanaCast real-time, multi-camera array,
immersive intelligent vision system products to serve more than 1,600 companies, including
200+ universities, around the world. PanaCast is a platform which enables people and
systems to see and make sense of their environment in real time. PanaCast enables modern
video collaboration, edge AI data and information, education, machine learning, AR/VR
content creation, professional broadcasting, and autonomous vehicle capabilities.
Earlier, Aurangzeb was President & CEO at Everspin Technologies (NASD: MRAM; $137M
IPO). He was co-founder, President & CEO at Altius Solutions and, immediately following
the merger Simplex Solutions, contributed to the IPO in May 2001 (NASD: SPLX; $305M
IPO). Additionally, he helps mentor startups and develop new companies, such as CliQr,
which was acquired by Cisco Systems in 2016 for $260M2.
Aurangzeb held senior engineering and general management positions at Cadence (NASD:
CDNS), Cirrus Logic (NASD: CRUS), Tandem Computers (NYSE: TDM, now part of HP)
and Fairchild. He helped deliver several industry-first systems and System-on-Chip ICs to
market, including the Sony Computer Entertainment GS®I-32 and PlayStation®-2 Graphics
Synthesizers, the Cirrus Logic 3Ci™ SoC, and the Tandem Computers NonStop™,
Himalaya™ and Cyclone™ series of massively-parallel servers. These products received
industry leadership recognition and delivered $200M - $1B in annual revenues.
Aurangzeb received an MS in Electrical Engineering and an MS in Engineering Management
from Stanford University, executive education at the Stanford GSB, a double-major BS in
Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences and Nuclear Engineering from the University
of California at Berkeley, and a B.Sc. in Physics and Mathematics from Government College,
Lahore, Pakistan, where he stood first in class and received the Academic Roll of Honour.