Qylur Intelligent Systems Appoints AMD’s Jim Anderson to Board of Directors
Qylur Intelligent Systems, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based company providing artificial intelligence-based entry security solutions to public venues, announced that Jim Anderson, senior vice president and general manager of AMD’s Computing and Graphics Business, is joining its board of directors.
Before joining AMD, Anderson was with Intel Corporation, where he completed the acquisition and successful integration of the Axxia processor business from Broadcom Limited. He has also held a variety of senior leadership positions that span strategic planning, marketing, engineering, sales, and general management at major public companies such as Broadcom Limited (formerly, Avago Technologies) and LSI Corporation. Anderson also holds four patents for innovations in computer architecture.
“Leading the creation of technologies that combine industrial hardware and a full-stack software platform to bring about deep learning-based intelligent machines is a task for well-rounded and passionate visionaries,” said Qylur’s Founder and Chief Executive Officer Lisa Dolev. “Jim’s extensive industry experience and leadership in driving businesses to profitability, as well as his shared vision and passion for developing AI and intelligent machines platforms, will be invaluable to Qylur.”
Anderson holds numerous academic degrees, including an M.B.A. and M.S. in electrical engineering and computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an M.S. in electrical engineering from Purdue University, and a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Minnesota.