vSync Circuits is an EDA and IP solutions company, providing integration and verification solutions for ASIC and FPGA design and verification groups. The company introduces a novel and unique technology for reliable multiple clock-domain design integration and verification, comprising of a tool-based approach, which bridges the design and verification worlds. vSync Circuits methodology is generic and is compatible with all different design flows.
Dr. Reuven Dobkin
Reuven Dobkin holds Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. Reuven is co-founder, CTO and acting CEO of vSync Circuits LTD. In past, Reuven served as VLSI group manager at Ramon Chips LTD., developing Radiation Hardened VLSI technology for space applications (2005-2009). Beforehand, he led a VLSI design group in IC4IC LTD. developing a family of chips for communications (2001-2002). Through the years 1997-2000 he worked within RAFAEL ASIC Experts design group. In parallel, through the years 1999-2005 Reuven worked as project officer in the Armament Research and Development Directory of Ministry of Defense, managing research groups in the fields of C4I Systems, Signal Processing, Software Systems Engineering and VLSI. Reuven’s research interests are VLSI architectures, asynchronous logic, synchronization, GALS systems, SoC, NoC and parallel architecture.
Prof. Ran Ginosar
Ran received the B.Sc degree from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, in 1978, and the Ph.D. degree from Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, in 1982, both in electrical and computer engineering. His Ph.D. research focused on shared-memory multiprocessors. He worked at the AT&T Bell Laboratories on multiprocessor architectures from 1982 to 1983 and joined the Technion in 1983. He was a visiting Associate Professor with the University of Utah in 1989–1990, and a visiting faculty member with Intel Research Labs from 1997 to 1999. He co-founded several companies in various application areas of VLSI systems (I Sight, Ultraguide, Mobilian, AI Semi, Ramon Chips, Plurality). He is an Associate Professor with the Departments of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and he serves as head of the VLSI Systems Research Center at the Technion. His research interests include VLSI architecture, many-core computers, asynchronous logic and synchronization, and networks on chip.
VP of SW Development
Leonid Brook leads software development in vSync Circuits, actively managing local and offshore development sites, interacting with other teams to coordinate activities and resources, and ensure product quality, performance delivery goals. Prior to co-founding vSync Circuits, Leonid held leading software positions at Microsoft and Philips Medical Systems defining architecture and leading development of state-of-the-art systems. Leonid holds M. Sc. degree in industrial management from Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.