Entropic Names President/CEO

Patrick Henry cries, 'Give me a job as president and CEO of Entropic Communications, or give me death!' Fortunately, they hire him

October 27, 2003

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SAN DIEGO -- Entropic Communications has named Patrick Henry president and CEO. Entropic chips that turn existing cable television outlets into high-speed home networks. Henry’s predecessor and Entropic co-founder, Dr. Itzhak Gurantz, remains with the company as chief technical officer and chairman of the board.

Henry has 20 years of high-tech executive experience. Just prior to Entropic, he served as president and CEO of Pictos Technologies, developers of digital imaging products. Before that, he was CEO of LinCom Wireless, a chip company focused on 802.11 wireless LAN products. He also served as a vice president and general manager at LSI Logic, and was a senior vice president at C-Cube Microsystems, a pioneer in the development of digital video ICs. He also held sales and marketing executive management positions at Hyundai Electronics America (now Hynix) and AMD. Henry earned an MBA from the University of Southern California, and holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering science and mechanics, with high honors, from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Entropic Communications Inc.

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