Meet Our Team

Huw Davies
Huw DaviesCEO and Co-Founder
Huw is a technology business leader with general management, founder roles, product marketing, business development and sales. He has worked in both start-ups and multi-national corporate organisations. His experience spans global business development, operational and financial management, licensing technology transfer, and collaborative research/commercial partnering. Huw’s background is in semiconductors and consumer electronics and he has extensive experience of working in Silicon Valley. He holds a BSc and PhD from Cardiff University and an Executive MBA from the University of Bath.
Laurence Strong
Laurence StrongCOO and Co-Founder
Laurence is an experienced technical marketer with an electronic engineering background in the semiconductor and consumer electronics industries.
He navigates the space between engineering development and customer sales by representing the voice of the customer to ensure a product is fit for market, managing resources to ensure timely delivery and developing partnerships to accelerate development and shorten time to revenues. Laurence has experience working at early stage start-up companies through to global corporations.
Laurence has a 1st class BEng degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Birmingham.
Chris Travis
Chris TravisCTO
Chris has held CTO positions with several technology start-ups, the most recent of which, Redux, was recently sold to Google. Throughout his career, Chris has focused on low power technologies and brings a wealth of experience in optimizing the performance of low power systems. Chris has an engineering BA and MA from the University of Cambridge.
Mark Ross
Mark RossAdvisor
Mark has been at the center of the Silicon Valley business and technology world for years working for companies like Xerox PARC (Palo Alto Research Center), NeXT, Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, Cypress Semiconductor and Dell. Mark was directly responsible for shipping five systems for the communications and computation markets that contributed over $1 billion in revenue each.