Deb Chatterjee

Senior Director of Engineering
Intel Corporation

Deb Chatterjee is a Senior Director of Engineering in Intel’s Ethernet Product Group, and heads the Network Acceleration Team. Deb’s team delivers large portions of software for Intel’s recent Infrastructure Processing Unit or IPU. This includes Encryption, Compression, virtual Switching, RDMA, NVMe, P4 development kit and P4 compiler. He is also the Execution Leader for the open source infrastructure development initiative called IPDK. Before coming to Intel, Deb headed all the networking software at Ericsson as part of the Ericsson Network Processor Group. Before that, from 1996 to 2013 he cofounded 4 chip design startups in Silicon Valley, and 3 of them got successfully acquired. These startups did groundbreaking work in MPEG2 encoding and decoding, MP3 and AAC audio encoding, digital video recorder technology, video transcoding for phones and tablets, and also a compiler-on-a-chip technology. Deb did his MS from UC Santa Cruz as well as a Leadership and Management program in UC Berkeley.

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