Mobilygen Appoints Anoop Khurana as New VP Engineering
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Mobilygen Appoints Anoop Khurana as New VP Engineering

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mobilygen, a leader in high-definition H.264 video codec ICs, has appointed Anoop Khurana as Vice President of Engineering. His responsibilities include overseeing the company's team of 50 engineers and working with Mobilygen's CTO, Sorin Cismas and Chief Scientist, Guy Cote to deliver industry leading H.264 video compression products and a strong intellectual property roadmap.

Anoop brings 22 years of semi-conductor and software product development expertise to managing the entire life cycle of semiconductor products, from design to volume production. Mr. Khurana has previously held executive management positions at Ikanos Communications and at S3 Inc. and has product development experience in wired communications, 3D graphics, and video domains.

"We are pleased to welcome Anoop to Mobilygen," stated Chris Day, CEO and president of Mobilygen. "Anoop's proven ability to deliver products 'first time right', together with his in-depth knowledge of silicon, software, and system design, makes him an invaluable addition to the Mobilygen team."

"I am pleased to be joining Mobilygen at an exciting time in the company's development," said Anoop. "I look forward to building upon Mobilygen's strengths in low-power, high-definition H.264 encoding to deliver world class solutions for our customers."

Prior to joining Mobilygen, Mr. Khurana was at Ikanos Communications where he built and led an engineering team that developed four generations of VDSL and mixed signal chip sets. Ikanos Communications did a successful IPO in 2005. In addition to technology, Mr. Khurana fundraises and volunteers for Ruchika (, a non-profit organization in India dedicated to bringing education to street children. He has a BE from the University of Roorkee, India and an MSEE from the University of Florida, Gainseville.

About Mobilygen

Mobilygen is a leading developer of low-power H.264 video compression ICs. Based in Santa Clara, Mobilygen is a privately held fabless semiconductor company backed by Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, Redpoint Ventures, Lehman Brothers, Integral Capital Partners, and Cardinal Venture Capital. For more information, see

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