Dan Cordingley, Co-Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer
Dan is a veteran of the semiconductor, communications standard, and networking industries with more than 20 years’ experience managing business initiatives and driving revenue growth. As a co-founder, Dan has been with Teradici since 2004, and has overseen tremendous growth, and expansion into new markets and vertical industries.
Prior to co-founding Teradici, Dan was a general manager with Intel Corporation, where he oversaw the Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) silicon business unit, which was market leader in key segments during his tenure. Before Intel, Dan was a general manager and director at Level One Communications, a leading supplier of networking and telecom semiconductors that was acquired by Intel in 1999. Under Dan's leadership, Level One conceived, standardized, and delivered several important communications standards in widespread use today. Dan has also held senior marketing and design engineering roles at Mitel Semiconductor (now Zarlink), Spectrum Signal Processing, Nortel Networks and IBM.
Dan holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and an MBA from the Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.
Jeff Dillabough, Vice President, Product Development
Jeff brings over 21 years of experience in building engineering teams and bringing innovative products to market targeted primarily at the telecommunications industry. Jeff’s long history in the telecom industry started with product development at Hewlett-Packard and quickly transitioned to architect and technical management roles at HP, PMC-Sierra and more recenty network equipment startup Zeugma Systems.
During his most recent role as the VP of Engineering at Zeugma Systems, Jeff was responsible for the Software, Hardware and QA teams in the development of a new class of Broadband Edge Network equipment called a Service Delivery Router. Previous to joining Zeugma, Jeff was the Director of Product Development at PMC-Sierra where he oversaw the specification and development of ASICs used in communications network equipment such as multi-service switches and routers. AT PMC Jeff also participated in creating a new storage business developing ASICs for SAS/SATA JBODs and RAID systems. Prior to PMC, Jeff started an HP R&D site in Burnaby, BC focused on developing leading edge networking test equipment for network equipment manufacturers R&D labs.
Jeff holds a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia.
Bob Johnson, Vice President, Business Development
Bob Johnson comes to Teradici with an impressive 25-year career in sales and business development that spans both emerging startups and public corporations. Most recently at IBM he led business development, strategic alliances and IP licensing efforts in the areas of virtualization, cloud storage/NAS, semiconductors, server/appliances and materials technology. Prior to IBM, Johnson was vice president of business development for Transitive, a leader in cross platform virtualization that was acquired by IBM. He has also held senior sales and business development roles at Cadence Design Systems and Hewlett Packard.
Bob holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Tapan Mohanti, Vice President, Operations and Manufacturing
Tapan brings 20 years of extensive experience in semiconductor operations (i.e. design, quality, reliability and test). Prior to joining Teradici, he was the VP of Operations and Manufacturing at Centillium Communications where he was responsible for managing multiple manufacturing sites, numerous vendor relationships, and developed an industry-leading level of quality and cost competitiveness. He has also held both management and technical positions at Fairchild Semiconductor, National Semiconductor, SGS Thomson Microelectronics, and CMC Limited in semiconductor IC design and manufacturing.
Tapan received his B.E.(Electrical and Electronics) from B.I.T.S. Pilani, India and M.S.(Microelectronics) from Clemson University, SC, USA.