Enschede, -- January 14, 2014 – With the appointment of Dirk Logie as CEO, Recore Systems BV, a Dutch fabless semiconductor company, takes a big step forward towards becoming a recognized supplier of reliable many-core processor subsystem IP, comprising both hardware and software components.
Mr. Logie is a senior management executive with broad international experience and a track record in leading high-tech organizations to growth and success. He is a former VP of Philips Semiconductors and was CEO at Chipidea Semiconductors and recently at AnSem in Leuven.
“In 2013, we developed a new vision for Recore while at the same time staying close to our roots”, says Gerard Rauwerda, CTO and co-founder at Recore Systems. “We will continue to expand our expertise of delivering many-core processor and network-on-chip interconnect IP for beamforming and embedded vision applications to customers in the medical, automotive, space, security and communication infrastructure markets. Our ambitions are high as we intend to enable software driven embedded system design for complex, reliable many-core subsystems“
Gerard continues: “We look forward to working with Dirk to turn our vision for Recore into a reality. Dirk brings us a strong business acumen and a thorough understanding of the customer. This is just what we need to realize our ambitions. We would also like to thank Mr. Nard Sintenie who has been acting CEO during the past year and look forward continue to work with Nard in his capacity as member of Recore’s supervisory board”.
Mr. Logie will be based at the company’s headquarters in Enschede, The Netherlands and can be reached at [dirk dot logie at recoresystems dot com].
About Recore Systems
Recore Systems is a Dutch fabless semiconductor company which develops reliable and fault-tolerant heterogeneous many-core subsystems. Our mission is to make the many-core life easy for both hardware and software developers. We implement our mission in hardware and software by delivering both many-core embedded RTOS and middleware, as well as many-core hardware subsystem IP tailored to our customer’s application needs.