Corrent co-founders Bhatnagar, Anand leave for new start-up

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 28 April 2004, 07:00 Hrs
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Corrent co-founders Hemi Bhatnagar and Satish Anand have left the company in order to found Tallika Corp., a new semiconductor start-up that will focus on the PCI Express standard.

"I decided to move on and focus my energies on semiconductor applications. Our work at Corrent was pretty much done," said Bhatnagar, who had been vice president of engineering at Corrent and is Chief Executive at Tallika. Since launching as a security chip company in 2000, Corrent had transitioned to security systems in recent months.

Anand had been chief technology officer at Corrent. He and Bhatnagar were business partners long before Corrent. At Philips Semiconductor, Bhatnagar was an engineering manager and Anand a chip architect; the two also worked together at VLSI Technology.

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