Mr. A. J. Huang
Chairman and CEO of Accton Technology Corp.(TSE:2345), a leading networking system manufacturer based in Hsinchu, Taiwan, which he brought to IPO in Taiwan in 1995.    Formerly, he worked with Wang Laboratories as well as Taiwan Telephone and Telegram Bureau.


Mr. Chun P. Chiu
Founder of Integrated Device Technology, Inc.(NASDAQ:IDTI).    Founder, former President & CEO of Quality Semiconductor Inc., which he brought to its IPO in 1994 and eventually led to a successful merger into IDT in 1999.    He is on the board/advisory board of a wide range of technology companies including Anchiva Systems Ltd. and Azalea Networks Inc.


Mr. David Tsang
Managing member & co-founder of Acorn Campus, a Silicon Valley based incubator VC.    Founder, former Chairman & CEO of Oak Technology, Inc.(currently Zoran), which he successfully brought to IPO in 1995.    Also founded Data Technology Corp., a manufacturer of disk controllers and high-density disk drives as well as Xebec, another disk controller manufacturer.


Dr. Hsun K. Chou
Founder & CEO of EICO, Inc., a back-end service company for semiconductor industry.    Formerly served as Director of Operations of Toshiba Semiconductor USA, in charge of two wafer fabrication facilities.    He is also a seasoned angel investor who supported a broad range of high-tech companies from the early stages including NetScreen Technologies Inc.(IPO and then acquired by Juniper Networks) and Protego Networks, Inc. (acquired by Cisco Systems)


Mr. Len Perham
President & CEO of Mosys, Inc., a provider of SoC memory and analog/mixed-signal IP.    Chairman of NetLogic Microsystems Inc.(NASDAQ:NETL)    Former President & CEO of Integrated Device Technology, Inc.(NASDAQ:IDTI), where he incubated several companies including Galileo Technology Inc. (acquired by Marvell Technology), Quantum Effect Devices, Inc. (acquired by PMC-Sierra) and Monolithinc System Technology Inc.(NASDAQ:MOSY)


Dr. Ta-Lin Hsu
Chairman & founder of H&Q Asia Pacific.    He serves on the Board of Directors and advisory board of numerous high-tech companies and governmental organizations including Marvell Technology Group, Ltd..    Former Senior Manager of IBM's Research Division, where he directed advanced research and development of mass storage systems and technology.


Dr. Yoshio Nishi
IEEE fellow and a member of the Japan Society of Applied Physics; Institute of Electronics, Communication Engineers of Japan; and the Electrochemical Society.  Professor of Electrical Engineering Department of Stanford University and Director of Stanford Nanofabrication Facility.    Former Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist of Texas Instruments Inc., where he directed R&D activities for semiconductor processes and devices.