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Ken McElvain

Founder of Synplicity
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Ken McElvain was a co-founder of Synplicity in 1994. McElvain was the principle scientist and engineer.
Prior to starting Synplicity, McElvain worked as the principal architect of the AutoLogic ASIC synthesis tool at Mentor Graphics Corporation, which he began developing at Silicon Compilers, Inc. before it was acquired by Mentor Graphics.

Before Silicon Compilers, McElvain worked as a CPU designer at Hewlett-Packard Company.

McElvain holds a BA in Mathematics and a BS in Computer Science from Washington State University.

Mr. McElvain holds a BA in Mathematics and a BS in Computer Science from Washington State University.


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