Ty Garibay Joins ArterisIP as CTO
ArterisIP today announced the appointment of Ty Garibay as the company’s chief technology officer. ArterisIP, which is based in Silicon Valley, provides system-on-chip (SoC) interconnect IP to accelerate SoC semiconductor assembly for a range of applications.
In the new position, Garibay will play a key role in extending ArterisIP’s innovation leadership in the on-chip interconnect semiconductor IP market, molding the company’s technical vision and driving corporate technology strategy as the industry adapts to serve the need for functionally safe machine learning and autonomous driving systems.
Prior to joining ArterisIP, Garibay managed ARM’s Austin Design Center and also ARM cores development and IC engineering for Texas Instruments’ OMAP application processors group. More recently, Garibay was VP of IC Engineering for Altera, and he later led FPGA IC design at Intel after it acquired Altera in late 2015. Garibay has authored and co-authored 34 patents, and he has been published in multiple technical journals and conferences.
“Ty is a highly respected technologist with a strong reputation and an excellent depth of knowledge in on-chip communications, SoC architecture and IC design. He is a well-known industry thought leader with a proven track record of semiconductor innovation, deep customer relationships and breakthrough product definition,” said K. Charles Janac, president and CEO of Arteris. “We are delighted to have Ty join us as we drive to continue our undisputed leadership in on-chip communications and interconnect IP.”