Most recently, Bukspan served as vice-president of chip design at NVIDIA, leading the semiconductor giant’s Chip Design Networking unit.
Prior to this, the new appointment spent almost 20 years at Mellanox Technologies, holding a range of chip design leadership roles up until its $7bn acquisition by NVIDIA in 2019.
Meanwhile, former CEO and co-founder Uri Beitler will take on the role of chief strategy & business development officer, focusing on developing strategic partnerships and creating new business opportunities to promote growth.
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“I’m excited to join Pliops and continue to integrate the advanced technology it developed – together with its founders, Uri, Moshe and Aryeh, and the company’s leaders and employees. Pliops is experiencing an excellent momentum for continued growth and expansion,” said new Pliops CEO, Bukspan.
Beitler commented: “I am very proud of Pliops’ achievements to date and am excited to work closely with Ido, who has an impressive track record.
“I have no doubt that Ido will successfully lead Pliops forward and help implement our product roadmap and integrations with our customers.”
Pliops chairman Aryeh Mergi added: “In his position as CEO, Uri built and led Pliops from the day it was established to many outstanding achievements.
“Now, in bringing on Ido, we are adding someone with substantial experience in our target markets, and I have no doubt that the impressive career Ido built at NVIDIA and his leadership capabilities will help Pliops accelerate its current positive momentum to increase growth and expansion into additional markets.”
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