Six members of the Natural Intelligence Semiconductor team at Trailhead North. From left: Dan Skinnner, vice president of business development and strategy; Steve Narum, architecture and development engineer; Russel Lloyd, very-large-scale integration (VLSI) development engineer; Dave Robert, VLSI development engineer; Matt Tanner, vice president of customer engineering; and Paul Dlugosch, president and CEO. Three founding members are not shown: Jim Hall, vice president of engineering; Terry Leslie, vice president of external research and development; and Harold Noyes, architecture and development engineer.
Six members of the Natural Intelligence Semiconductor team at Trailhead North. From left: Dan Skinnner, vice president of business development and strategy; Steve Narum, architecture and development engineer; Russel Lloyd, very-large-scale integration (VLSI) development engineer; Dave Robert, VLSI development engineer; Matt Tanner, vice president of customer engineering; and Paul Dlugosch, president and CEO. Three founding members are not shown: Jim Hall, vice president of engineering; Terry Leslie, vice president of external research and development; and Harold Noyes, architecture and development engineer. Trailhead Boise
Six members of the Natural Intelligence Semiconductor team at Trailhead North. From left: Dan Skinnner, vice president of business development and strategy; Steve Narum, architecture and development engineer; Russel Lloyd, very-large-scale integration (VLSI) development engineer; Dave Robert, VLSI development engineer; Matt Tanner, vice president of customer engineering; and Paul Dlugosch, president and CEO. Three founding members are not shown: Jim Hall, vice president of engineering; Terry Leslie, vice president of external research and development; and Harold Noyes, architecture and development engineer. Trailhead Boise

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