Numerical Technologies Appoints Fabio Angelillis as Senior Vice President Of Engineering
Semiconductor Industry Veteran Brings Successful Track Record Leading
Large-Scale Software Product Development
SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Numerical Technologies, Inc.
(Nasdaq: NMTC), a leading provider of subwavelength semiconductor technology, today announced the appointment of Fabio Angelillis
as senior vice president of engineering.Reporting to chief executive officer, Dr. Y.C. (Buno) Pati, Angelillis
will drive all Numerical's engineering and research and development (R&D) activities in order to support the growing industry adoption of subwavelength technology solutions.
Angelillis' appointment coincides with Numerical's subwavelength design-to-silicon solutions reaching critical mass at key semiconductor fabs across the world.Having managed large engineering teams in the development of multiple market-leading software products, Angelillis will leverage his expertise to lead the development of Numerical's phase shifting, optical proximity correction (OPC) and infrastructure product lines.His
work will build on the foundation laid by chief technical officer, Dr. Yao-Ting Wang, who will be free to focus on strategic technology direction and innovations that will strengthen the company's competitive edge.
"The widespread adoption of our subwavelength technologies has created a need for further integration across our supporting infrastructure software product lines," stated Pati."Fabio's unique combination of expertise -- delivering successful software products and integrating technologies from OEMs and acquisitions -- will prove extremely valuable as the need for subwavelength technology and infrastructure solutions deepens.His
strong hands-on engineering and R&D management experience will translate into added value for our customers who stand to benefit from Numerical's unique design-to-silicon infrastructure solution for the production of advanced integrated circuits."
was previously at KANA where, as executive vice president of engineering, he
successfully integrated the engineering organizations and technologies from eight merged companies to deliver six market leading eCRM products.Prior to KANA, Angelillis spent a ten-year period at Cadence Design Systems, Inc. in a variety of senior engineering management positions, including vice president of R&D and operations for the 250-employee Custom IC Solutions Unit.In this position, Angelillis managed the global engineering operations for the analog-mixed signal, physical verification and custom physical design product lines.Prior to Cadence, Angelillis held engineering and engineering management positions with Teradyne, Case Technologies and Hewlett Packard.Angelillis holds a B.S. in engineering with high honors from the University of Florida, an executive MBA from Santa Clara University, and is the author of numerous published technical papers.
About Numerical Numerical Technologies, Inc.
, ranked as one of the 100 fastest growing technology companies by Forbes ASAP, number six on Deloitte & Touche's 50 fastest growing companies in Silicon Valley, number 13 among Deloitte & Touche's Fast 500 companies for the U.S. & Canada, and the number one best small electronics company in Electronic Business, develops and markets proprietary technology, software tools and services that enable the semiconductor industry to produce subwavelength integrated circuits, i.e., integrated circuits with components smaller than the wavelength of light used to create circuit patterns on silicon.Numerical's products and industry alliances form a comprehensive design-to-silicon solution that enables the creation of smaller, faster and more power-efficient semiconductors using available manufacturing equipment.Numerical's customers include the world's leading semiconductor companies, design automation tool vendors, semiconductor equipment suppliers and photomask manufacturers.Additional information about the company is available on the Web at http://www.numeritech.com/.