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Alan Gatherer

Futurewei Technologies, Inc.
Senior Technical Vice President
Alan Gatherer is a Senior Technical Vice President at Futurewei Technologies, USA and Fellow of the IEEE.  He is responsible for R&D efforts in the US to develop next generation baseband chips and software for 4G and 5G basestation modems. His group is presently developing new technologies for baseband SoC in the areas of multimode modems as a Service, interconnect and memory fabric, CPU/DSP clusters and virtualization, focusing on 5G deployment. Alan joined Futurewei in January 2010. Prior to that he was a TI Fellow and CTO at Texas Instruments where he led the development of high performance, multicore DSP at TI and worked on various telecommunication standards. Alan has authored over 50 journal and conference papers. In addition, he holds over 80 awarded patents and is author of the book “The Application of Programmable DSPs in Mobile Communications.”  Alan holds a bachelor of engineering in microprocessor engineering from Strathclyde University in Scotland.  He also attended Stanford University in California where he received a master’s in electrical engineering in 1989 and his doctorate in electrical engineering in 1993.

Alan Gatherer is a Senior Technical Vice President at Futurewei Technologies, USA and Fellow of the IEEE. He is responsible for R&D efforts in the US to develop next generation baseband chips and software. Alan joined Futurewei in January 2010. Prior to that he was a TI Fellow and CTO at Texas Instruments where he led the development of high performance, multicore DSP at TI and worked on various telecommunication standards. Alan has authored over 50 journal and conference papers, holds over 80 awarded patents and is author of the book “The Application of Programmable DSPs in Mobile Communications.” Alan received his BEng from Strathclyde University in Scotland and his PhD from Stanford University in California in 1993.

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