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VIMOC Technologies

nCell™, a revolutionary cognitive computing Server-on-Chip to sustain the growth of big data and enabling next generation Internet services.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Palo Alto, CA, USA
  • Currency AUD
  • Founded October 2012
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Our vision is to become a world leader in artificial intelligence and pioneer the next generation computing machines: Self-programmable, high performance sensory cognitive computing processors. This revolutionary computing architecture will change the way we interact with machines and will have enormous benefits & initiate countless revolutionary advances in human knowledge enabling the next generation Internet services.


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    Tarik Hammadou
    Co-founder & CEO

    Tarik is an experienced entrepreneur (VIMOC is his second venture) and VLSI engineer ex Motorola. He has good personal connections with key influencers and customers in Silicon Valley, Taiwan and China.

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    Anthony Laskovski
    Co-founder & VP Engineering

    Anthony is a PhD electronics engineer with expertise in micro electro mechanical systems (MEMS) and nanotechnology.

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    Gordon Whitehead
    VP Kaooma application platform

    More than 10 years experience, digital marketing, strong background in strategic marketing, market analysis, marketing metrics, brand management, customer behaviour, product development, new product/market exploration, sales & service optimisation, technology architectures and processes, innovation & governance; to social & digital media such as websites, mobile, eCommerce, social networking, content and database marketing.

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    Prof Amine Bermack
    Technical Advisory Board Member

    VLSI and cognitive computing expert, IEEE Fellow, and professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

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    Prof. Neil Weste
    Board adviser

    IEEE fellow. Australian inventor & engineer, noted for having designed a 2-chip wireless LAN implementation and for authoring the textbook Principles of CMOS VLSI Design. In 1997 he started Radiata Communications with David Skellern where the first 802.11a chip was designed. The company was acquired by Cisco Systems in 2001. Weste remained with Cisco for 2 years and then founded NHEW R&D, a technology-investment and consulting firm.


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