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Andreas Olofsson


Andreas Olofsson founded Adapteva in 2008 with a mission to create a new class of low power parallel processors. Since its inception, Adapteva as a semiconductor company has achieved three "world firsts": first to build a microprocessor with 50 GFLOPS/Watt processing efficiency, first to release an FOSS OpenCL SDK, and first to successfully crowd fund a project. Prior to starting Adapteva, Andreas worked at Analog Devices for 10 years developing energy efficiency DSPs and mixed signal SOCs. Andreas holds a BS degree in Physics and BS/MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.