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NOVOCELL SEMICONDUCTOR, founded in 2001, was an early innovator in the commercialization of nonvolatile memory design using antifuse technology. In 2005, Novocell moved its headquarters to the recently constructed LindenPointe Innovative Business Campus, a 115-acre planned technical park.
Novocell has the industry segment's most unique and innovative patents, providing it with the ability to claim the highest reliability for it's OTP NVM product IP of any competitor, and has an enviable customer list including some of the largest electronics and avionics firms in the world.
As a member of The Pittsburgh Technology Collaborative (TTC), Novocell maintains a strong network of technical experts throughout the world which it leverages to drive innovation in its solutions. Included in this network are researchers and developers from Carnegie Mellon University, Penn State University, The University of Pittsburgh and other TTC member companies.
WALT NOVOSEL, President/CTO
Walt Novosel, nephew of Novocell's founder, is responsible for strategic direction, product development and innovation, and commercialization of Novocell products in addition to managing business operations. Walt takes his innovation leadership role at Novocell very seriously; His innovations include an integral role in the early design of the first generation NovoBlox OTP products and the development of 2nTP - the industry's first multi-time write antifuse device. He has worked in memory development, design and layout at Novocell since a year after the firm's founding.
Mr. Novosel has a B.S.E.E. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Ohio University.
IN MEMORY OF-
DAVID NOVOSEL, February 27, 1955 - May 15, 2009
As Co-Founder, CEO, CTO and President for Novocell Semiconductor, David Novosel spearheaded the initial development of the company’s CMOS solutions and services by specializing in non-volatile memories. An industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience in high performance memory design, Mr. Novosel designed numerous Flash, EEPROM/EPROM, SRAM and DRAM devices for Motorola, ST Microelectronics, AMD, Lattice Semiconductor, and Ramtron. Prior to co-founding Novocell, he founded a leading custom memory design services firm, Intelligent Micro Design in 1996.
Mr. Novosel earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Youngstown State University. In his career, David had 12 US patents granted in memory circuit techniques and currently has several patents pending.