Hamid joined the GenapSys team with more than 14 years of industry experience, where Dr. Rategh has been responsible for the development of a wide range of products, from RFICs to adaptive equalizers for optical communication and also Mixed-Signal Memory interface products. Prior to joining GenapSys, Dr. Rategh was Sr. Director of Engineering at Inphi, where he lead many fronts including signal integrity efforts for the company’s 100G product as well as development of Inphi’s first generation memory buffer chip. Dr. Rategh was Sr. Director of engineering at Scientera Networks where he was responsible for the development of adaptive Electronic Dispersion Compensation chips for 10GBASE-LRM using their proprietary analog signal processing technology. Dr. Rategh was also cofounder and VP of Engineering of Tavanza which was later acquired by Celeritek in 2002 and subsequently by Anadigics in 2003.
Dr. Rategh holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology, a MS degree in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University, and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.