The following are expert witnesses for Computer Architecture matters. Our experts cover the technologies of: computer architecture, parallel processing, processor design with deposition and testifying experience.
#1025 Consultant holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. With over 40 years of industry experience he has 34 patents and has given numerous lectures. He is an experienced expert witness, his expertise is in computer/parallel processing architecture, storage, Remote Direct Memory Access and Infiniband with testifying experience.
#1031 Expert Holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science. System architect with broad experience and vision in computing, communications, networking, multimedia, PC’s, Windows, Unix, software, and systems modeling. Development manager of advanced products and technologies. Leader and organizer of cross-functional and multi-company teams, technical groups, and standards bodies. Authored 4 books, 6 book chapters, 17 journal articles and numerous additional publications. Named inventor on two U.S. patents and one European patent. Expert in successful patent litigation, providing research, reports and testimony.
#1034 Computer Science professor’s research focuses on all aspects of Internet-scale distributed systems, including algorithms, architectures, performance, energy efficiency, and economics. He is known for helping pioneer content delivery networks (streaming) and other Internet-scale distributed networks that currently deliver much of the world’s web content, streaming videos, and online applications. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science a top ranked university.
#1051 Consultant holds an Electrical Engineering Ph.D. and has over 40 years of wireless telecommunication industry experience. He has invented over 30 patents and applications, lectured at respected institutes and has a great deal of litigation along with testifying experience.
- Mobile phones and networks: LTE (4G), WCDMA – UMTS (3G), 3GPP HSDPA – HSUPA, Wimax (4G) LMDS OFDMA based
- 3GPP and 3GPP2 protocol stack MAC/RRC/RLC, smartphones, low power design, GUI
- Software technologies: Voice applications, Parallel computing, Distributed computing, Mobile applications, C, C++, Matlab, Assembly, Client Server, Remote desktop, Voice streaming, Media streaming
- Alliance: 3GPP HSPA/WLAN, Blue Tooth, BTLE, UWB, 802.16 WiMax
- LBS: 3GPP GPS / 3GPP2 A-GPS, Location Based Services, LBS tracking, GPS database
- Computer architecture: Processor design, DSP, RISC/CISC, Memory, hardware abstraction, Virtualization, Virtual machines
- Mobile computing: 3GPP baseband processing, channel coding and modem, application processors, graphics processors, Display and power management
- Music, Voice and Video coding and encoding, including MP3, MP2, VoIP, 3GPP AMR, 3GPP2 EVRC, WB
#1057 Consultant is a Professor Emeritus and specializes in the full spectrum of computer and network technologies. He has a great deal of testifying experience and has served as an expert witness on numerous cases where the technology has been applied to general computing platforms including: mainframes, servers, workstations, notebooks, set-top boxes, mobile phones, personal digital assistants, eBook readers, and embedded computers.
- Computer architecture
- Digital Rights Management (DRM)
- Distributed objects
- Distributed programming
- Distributed systems
- Mobile phones
- Network applications and protocols
- Object-oriented programming
- Operating systems
- Real-time systems
- Web support and applications
#1019 This consultant is a technical leader in the computer, software and hard disk industry with over thirty years experience. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from an Ivy school. This expert has worked over 40 cases, testified in deposition and at trial. Inventor on seven patents and author of a book and several published technical papers.
- Bus design – system bus – local area network – LAN – bus bridge
- Standards – ATA – ATAPI – IDE – 1394 FireWire I-Link – SCSI – Futurebus
- Computer design – CPU – multiprocessor – I/O controller – input/output
- Memory design – memory controller – cache – Flash memory – RAM, ROM
- Hard disk – RAID – storage network – SAN – NAS
- Internet protocol – http – cookies – web server
- Software – firmware – embedded systems
- Operating system – file system – file server – file access protocol
- Simulation – performance – benchmark
#1084 Consultant holds a Ph.D. in Electrical engineering and consults on software projects. He has served as an expert witness.
- Automata theory
- Automated tool development
- Computer architecture
- Computer networking
- Computer performance measurement
- Digital computer systems analysis and design
- Information storage and retrieval systems
- Numerical analysis
- Program testing theory
- Program validation techniques
- Software engineering
- Software systems analysis and development
- Structured programming techniques
#1112 Consultant’s main area of research is EDA with a special interest in variation ( like voltage, temperature, timing) as well as EDA methodology and tool development in physical design , signal integrity, timing optimization. Another area of interest is computer architecture with a special interest in distributed ad parallel systems.
#1117 Consultant is a Professor and Associate Chair for Ph.D. Affairs in the Computer Science Department His research interests are in the area of architecture-based software development. His work focuses on software architecture modeling and analysis; middleware facilities for architectural implementation; domain-specific architectures; architectural styles; and architecture-level support for software development in highly distributed, mobile, resource constrained, and embedded computing environments. He is a co-author of a textbook on software architectures. Consultant has expert witness experience.
#1125 Consultant is a professor of Computer Science. His interests are in uniprocessor architecture and organization, architecturally-focused performance measurement and analysis, clocking and timing issues in digital systems. Consultant has a great deal of litigation experience.
#1128 Consultant is a professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering. His research interests are in Computer Architecture, Programming Languages and Compilers, Next Generation Embedded Architectures, Reconfigurable Computing, Software Based Simulation of Computer Systems, Low Power Computing, Real Time Systems. Expert has extensive litigation experience.
#1137 Consultant has over 35 years’ experience in electronics design, computer systems, communications systems, hardware, and software. He worked on packet-switching networks, including the ARPAnet and early TCP/IP systems at BBN in the 1970’s, custom Very-Large-Scale Integrated Circuits at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center in 1981, designed the production Xerox single-chip Optical Mouse, assisted Jim Clark (later founder of Silicon Graphics, Inc.) in testing his first Geometry Engine chips, and led the custom chip design efforts for the Apple Macintosh team in 1982 – 1983. He also led Apple’s efforts to support TCP/IP, and ran Apple’s first internet commerce pilot program. He was Director of Technology at Netscape from 1996 – 1997. At Xerox, he also led initial deployment and internal communications efforts related to Ethernet. At Apple and at Netscape he was very active with standards efforts. He studied packet voice in a graduate seminar at MIT, and has also worked on wired and wireless communications systems, including 802.11. He combines a strong understanding of technology with an in-depth approach to business needs.
He has expert witness experience and been deposed.
#1175 Consultant is a professor Computer architecture, augmented reality, parallel programming, graphics processing, compilers, and systems.
#1299 Consultant has a PHD in electrical engineering he is an independent consultant, specializing in microprocessors and computer systems. He has provided clients with expert services for patent litigation, technology assessment, and product development. He has over 40 years of wide-ranging academic and industry experience that enable him to provide expert consulting services in the following areas:
- Computers, Computer Systems
- Computer Architecture
- PC Systems
- Embedded Systems
- Design Validation and Debug
- Performance Evaluation
- Cache Memory
- Instruction Sets
- Media Processing
- Power Management
#1341 Consultant is an experienced computer systems engineer, computer scientist, software engineer, manager, strategic planner, and author. Broad based skills in many areas of computer science and engineering including computer architecture, VLSI design, operating systems, distributed systems, programming language design, optimizing compilers, just-in-time compilers, formal theory, cryptography, emergent systems and modeling, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, algorithmic game theory, economic and financial modeling, and analysis of algorithms. He has a broad knowledge of the scientific literature and is experienced as litigation consultant/expert witness.
#1398 Consultant is a professor whose teaching and research focuses on building microsystems (systems constructed of silicon chips, both analog and digital, and silicon micro-machined components) for applications in computing, communications, sensors, robotics, and signal processing. His research interests are in Computer Architecture and Systems (Including Microprocessor Architecture, Special-Purpose Processor Architectures), Electronic Circuits and Systems (Including Computer-Aided Design / Modeling, Digital Circuits, VLSI) and Networking (Including Local-Area and Wide-Area Networks), Physical Electronics, Photonics & Magnetics (Including Nanotechnology, Optical Materials and Photonic Devices, Silicon Devices and Fabrication).
#1459 Consultant is an expert in network design and architecture he is fully versed and experienced with multi-layer networks entailing multiple tiers of network switches and routers. Consultant has expert witness experience along with testifying.
#1481 Consultant has over 30 years of industry experience and 10 years of academic experience as a professor in the electrical department. Consultant’s area of expertise is in memory, power, computer architecture, UI, software. Consultant has extensive expert witness experience along with testifying.