As CEO of Cornelis Networks, Phil is responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of the company.
Prior to co-founding Cornelis Networks, Phil served as a director at Intel Corporation, responsible for fabric platform planning and architecture, product positioning, and business development support.
Prior to that role, Phil served as vice president of engineering and vice president of HPC technology within QLogic’s Network Solutions Group, responsible for the design, development, and evangelizing of all high-performance computing products, as well as all storage area network switching products.
Before joining QLogic, Phil was vice president of engineering at SilverStorm Technologies, which he co-founded in 2000 and which was acquired by QLogic in 2006. SilverStorm’s core focus was on providing complete network solutions for high performance computing clusters.
Prior to co-founding SilverStorm, Phil served as director of engineering at Unisys Corporation and was responsible for all I/O development across the company’s diverse product lines.
Phil holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from St. Joseph’s University and a Master’s degree in Computer and Information Science from the University of Pennsylvania.