2015 – Launch of GreenPAK4 product family
2014 – Silego teamed up with Mouser Electronics
2014 – Launch of CurrentPAK and GreenPAK3 product families
2013 – Launch of GreenCLK3 product family
2013 – Open subsidiaries in Japan and Ukraine, and manufacturer’s representative in Germany
2012 – Launch of GreenFET3 Integrated Power Switch product family
2011 – Silego is recognized as one of the fastest growing technology companies in North America, by Deloitte's 2011 Technology Fast 500
2010 Launch of GreenPAK and GreenCLK product families
2009 Launch of GreenFET product family
2009 Opening of Hefei China Design Center
2008 Becomes World's largest Notebook and Netbook Clock Supplier
2007 Achieve Profitability
2006 Opening of Korea Design Center
2004 First Revenue
2003 Launch DDR Register product family
John Teegen, CEO|
Mr. Teegen joined Silego in September 2010 and has more than 25 years management experience in high technology markets including computing, communications, and consumer digital entertainment. Most recently, he served as Vice President Global Sales at Kovio Inc., a privately held manufacturer of printed silicon electronics. Previously, he cofounded SNR Technologies Group, LLC (a privately held consulting and investment company) and he held executive management positions at NeoPhotonics (NPTN), MMC Networks (AMCC), Intellon (QCOM), and VLSI Technology (NXP). John began his career in 1982 with Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
He is a founding member of Emergent Growth Fund I, a member of the Board of Trustees at the Whitney Laboratory of Marine Bioscience, and a member of the Engineering Advisory Council for the University of Florida’s College of Engineering. Mr. Teegen completed his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at the University of Florida in 1982.
Dr. Ilbok Lee, Executive Chairman |
Dr. Ilbok Lee has served as president and chief executive officer and as the director of Silego since its inception. From April 1999 to September 2001, he was senior vice president and general manager of the Timing Technology Division at Cypress Semiconductor, after Cypress Acquired IC Works. From May 1992 to March 1999, he was president and chief executive officer and the director of IC Works, a company which he co-founded. From 1989 to May 1992, he was president and director of Samsung Semiconductor, Inc.
Dr. Lee served in various technical and managerial positions at Intel and National Semiconductor, prior to co-founding Samsung Semiconductor, Inc., in the U.S. in 1983. Dr. Lee has previously served as director of ESS Technology, Inc, V3 Semiconductor Inc. and Sierra Monolithics. Dr. Lee holds a B.S.E.E. from Seoul National University and an M.S.E.E and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Dr. Lee has earned number of patents and awards.
Chen Wang, COO |
Chen Wang has served as the senior vice president of operations and engineering and as the director of Silego since its inception. From April 1999 to September 2001, he was vice president of operations and engineering of the Timing Technology Division at Cypress Semiconductor, after Cypress acquired IC Works. From May 1992 to March 1999, he was senior vice president of operations and engineering and the director of IC Works, a company which he co-founded. Prior to the founding of IC Works, Mr. Wang was vice president of engineering at Samsung Semiconductor, Inc., where he led the group that developed memory products, clocks, and other semiconductor products. Mr. Wang holds an M.S.E.E. from San Jose State University.
Kuang-Yu Chen, VP of Product Development |
Kuang-Yu Chen has served as vice president of product development of Silego since October 2002. From April 1999 to March 2002, he was managing director of product development of the Timing Technology Division at Cypress Semiconductor after Cypress acquired IC Works. From May 1998 to March 1999, he was vice president of product development at IC Works, where he previously served in various engineering management positions since May 1993. Prior to joining IC Works, Mr. Chen served various positions in Device & Design engineering at Integrated Device Technology and Samsung Semiconductor since 1984. Mr. Chen holds a B.S.E.E. from TamKang University in Taiwan and an M.S.E.E. from San Jose State University.
Dan Feier, VP of Administration/CFO |
Dan Feier has served as vice president of administration and chief financial officer of Silego since January 2003. From April 1999 to April 2002, he was managing director of finance at Cypress Semiconductor, after Cypress acquired IC Works. At Cypress, he managed the product divisions and subsidiary finance functions, as well as M&A activities. From July 1997 to March 1999, he was vice president of administration and chief financial officer of IC Works. Prior to IC Works, he served as corporate controller of Sierra Semiconductor (PMC Sierra) and in various senior financial management positions at Philips Semiconductor, Oki Semiconductor, and Advanced Micro Devices. Mr. Feier holds a B.A in economics from Brandeis University and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.
John McDonald, VP of Marketing|
John McDonald came to Silego in early 2008 to lead the turn-around of Silego as a PC clock company due to the expected 2010 integration of this clocking product family that represented more than 90% of Silego’s revenue. John and the Silego team used this two year window to introduce the GreenFET power control, GreenPAK Mixed Signal Matrix, and GreenCLK 32.768 kHz silicon clock products. Even after the disappearance of the PC Clock market, Silego is now more than twice the size, far more profitable, and has shipped the 1 billionth unit of these new product families. Prior to Silego, Mr. McDonald founded the SiTime Marketing team in 2005 contributing to the introduction of the world’s first production MEMS oscillator while achieving numerous design wins.
In 2001 Mr. McDonald was requested to join Cypress MicroSystems (CMS), a Cypress Semiconductor CY:NYSE funded startup, as the VP of Marketing at a time when the start-up had zero revenue, no customers, and significant quality issues. The team behind CMS quickly grew to become the popular PSoC microcontroller family eventually being spun into Cypress Semiconductor with value exceeding $200M+. John’s team led Cypress’ introduction into the touch sense market which later represented over $400M in annual CY revenue. Prior to CMS, John worked for Cypress Semiconductor and was part of the general purpose and programmable clock marketing group from 1998 to 2001 during a period in which non acquisition sales grew by more than 5x.
Mr. McDonald has also worked for Analog Devices in the Precision Op Amp group and as an advanced analog bio-medical design engineer for 6 years in Washington State. John has his BSEE from the University of Washington (1990), has authored numerous technical articles, and holds 6 patents with others pending.
Mike Noonen, VP Sales and Business Development|
Mike Noonen joined in April 2016. He has 25 years of experience of growing businesses and mixed-signal innovation. Most recently he was the interim CEO and Board Director at Ambiq Micro. Previously, Noonen was the Chairman and co-founder of Silicon Catalyst, the semiconductor solution start-up incubator based in Silicon Valley. Silicon Catalyst won the 2015 EE Times/EDN “Start-up of the Year” Ace Award.
Previously as EVP, Global Products, Design, Sales, & Marketing at GlobalFoundries, Noonen led the customer focused turnaround that resulted in industry leading growth in 2012. In 2008 Noonen joined NXP following its spin-out from Philips. As EVP, Worldwide Sales & Marketing, he and NXP's CTO crafted NXP's high performance mixed-signal repositioning leading to its growth and successful 2010 IPO.
Noonen has held GM and executive sales and marketing roles at National Semiconductor, Cisco Systems and 8x8. He started his career at NCR Microelectronics as an FAE teaching mixed-signal ASIC design. He holds a BSEE from Colorado State University and in 2012 was named the College of Engineering Distinguished Alumni. He also served on the Global Semiconductor Alliance Board of Directors and was Chairman of Socle in Taiwan. He holds multiple patents in the areas of Internet telephony and video communications.