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Management Team

Jennifer M. Indovina

TED Fellow 2010

Stevie Awards For Women In Business
Jennifer M. Indovina LinkedIn: Jennifer M. Indovina
President & CEO

Jennifer brings an extensive management, marketing, and engineering background creating and building high growth companies to Tenrehte. She has managed large international teams in a corporate setting and has broad experience in new product development, technical marketing, sales, and managing existing product lines with revenues over $50 million. Jennifer was previously the Director of Marketing for Vivace Semiconductor where she led global technical marketing, sales, and customer engineering teams based in the US, South Korea, and China. Jennifer was responsible for all technical documentation, marketing and sales material, and advertising for the complete VSP Digital Media System-On-Chip (SoC) product line. Prior to joining Vivace, she was a Marketing Associate responsible for all technical documentation, marketing and sales material for a Digital Signal Processor IP startup, Improv Systems. Early in her career Jennifer was an Associate Engineer at Improv Systems responsible for DSP benchmarking and characterization. She has written numerous technical papers and is a contributor to the textbook "International Corporate Finance" to be published in 2010. Jennifer is an active member of the Western New York Energy Advisory Board. The board is composed of a talented and experienced group of energy leaders from throughout Western New York to provide expert advice and assist in developing constructive solutions to lower energy prices, create jobs, and clean up our environment.

Jennifer was selected as a TED Fellow to participate in the prestigious 2010 TED Fellows program. She was selected as a 2010 Finalist in the Best Young Entrepreneur category for the 7th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business. Jen is an Advisory Board Co-chair for the Science Ambassador Scholarship, a full tuition scholarship for a woman seeking an undergraduate degree in science, engineering, or math, funded by Cards Against Humanity. In her spare time Jen is also an adjunct professor at Rochester Institute of Technology.

Jennifer holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MBA in Finance and Marketing from Rochester Institute of Technology. While at Rochester Institute of Technology, she was the project leader and contributing engineer for the M.E.T.E.O.R. Project, a capstone project to produce the first university based space program which would conduct laboratory experiments at low Earth orbit.

Mark A. Indovina Mark A. Indovina LinkedIn: Mark A. Indovina
Vice President of Engineering

Mark brings a rich combination of technical, operational, and entrepreneurship expertise to Tenrehte. Prior to Tenrehte, Mark was Chief Technology Officer and a founder of Vivace Semiconductor, a fabless semiconductor start-up company focused on providing System-On-Chip (SoC) solutions for the growing digital entertainment markets. At Vivace he was responsible for the successful delivery of working silicon protypes, operating system, DSP algorithms, and runtime software for multiple products. Previously Mark was a founder and Vice President of Engineering for Improv Systems, Inc., a company which develops and licenses intellectual property for digital signal processing including a proprietary DSP architecture, development tools, DSP algorithms, and application software. At Improv he was responsible for securing multiple license agreements and a $9M strategic investment from Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. (Philips). Prior to joining Improv Systems, Mark was the Director of Engineering for the newly formed Digital IC Design Group of Cadence Design Systems, where in less than 4 years he built a group of over 200 engineers performing over $65M of contract IC design for various companies throughout the world. Before Cadence Design Systems, Mark was a Principle Research Engineer in the Applied Research department of Motorola working on strategic mixed signal semiconductor devices and SoC solutions that paved the way for exciting new wireless, battery powered communications devices. During this time he was also an adjunct professor at Florida Atlantic University where he taught classes in VLSI design, logic design, and computer architecture. Mark was active in obtaining NSF grants for projects assigned to the university, and joint projects partially funded by Motorola. Prior to Motorola, Mark was with Computer Consoles researching and developing various digital signaling processing based sub-systems as part of a novel digital switch architecture. He started his engineering career at Ashly Audio designing various products used in professional sound reinforcement. He is a senior member of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and AES (Audio Engineering Society). Mark is the co-author of an eBook on IC design and has authored and co-authored various technical papers, position papers, trade journal publications, has participated in various standards bodies and committees, and chaired and presented at society and industry forums.

In his spare time Mark is also an adjunct professor in the Electrical & Microelectronic Engineering Department at Rochester Institute of Technology. He is also a member of the Industrial Advisory Boards for the Electrical Engineering Department and Multidisciplinary Senior Design Program at Rochester Institute of Technology.

Mark earned an AS in Applied Science and his BS and MS in Electrical Engineering and from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Carlos Barrios Carlos Barrios
Chief Engineer

Carlos has an extensive engineering background in startup companies. He has worked in large international teams in a corporate setting and has broad experience in new product development. Before joining Tenrehte, Carlos was an Engineer for Vivace Semiconductor where he designed hardware for emulation and prototyping of SOC's, and ultimately ported an entire SOC platform to 2 Xilinx FPGA's. He also wrote software applications for hardware verification that were used during simulation and regression testing, execution on the FPGA prototype and finally on the SOC prototype chip and it's companion development board. Prior to joining Vivace, Carlos was an Engineer for Improv Systems, a Digital Signal Processor IP startup, where he developed, optimized and tested DSP software applications and companion hardware blocks used for encoding and decoding of various types of media such as video and still images. A custom DSP platform was used to run applications. This work resulted in one patent disclosure. In his spare time Carlos is also an adjunct professor at Rochester Institute of Technology.

Carlos graduated summa cum laude with both the BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology.

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