Computer Industry Pioneers Jack E. Shemer, Arthur J. Collmeyer, & Robert V. Adams Elected to INCEP Technologies Board of Directors

06 Jul, 2000, 01:00 ET from INCEP Technologies

    SAN DIEGO, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer industry pioneers Jack E.
 Shemer, Arthur J. Collmeyer, and Robert V. Adams have been elected to the
 board of directors for INCEP Technologies, a new venture-backed company
 focused on addressing significant issues associated with high-performance
 semiconductor devices.
     Jack E. Shemer, co-founder of INCEP Technologies, was elected the
 company's Chairman of the Board.  Dr. Shemer founded Teradata Corporation, a
 relational database computer company.  During his time with Teradata he served
 as Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, and Vice-Chairman when Teradata was
 acquired by AT&T and later merged into NCR Corporation.  Previously, Dr.
 Shemer was Vice-President of Systems Engineering for Citicorp's Transactions
 Technology Inc., co-founded Xerox's Advanced Development Laboratory (of the
 Palo Alto Research Center), and was section manager at Scientific Data
 Systems.  Dr. Shemer currently serves as a trustee for the Charles Babbage
 Foundation, which is dedicated to preserving the history of information
 processing, and is President of the Shemer Foundation, a private, non-profit
 charitable entity.
     Arthur J. Collmeyer, investor and member of the INCEP Board of Directors,
 has 36 years of electronics industry experience with Motorola, Xerox, CALMA,
 Weitek, and most recently with start-up, and now public company -- Hi/fn.  As
 a consultant, Dr. Collmeyer helped two start-ups, STAC and Fractal Design,
 become public companies and in 1981 co-founded Weitek, the first company to
 implement the "fabless" semiconductor business model.  He has served as Vice
 President of Engineering and Executive Vice President of the Microelectronics
 division of CALMA, a manufacturer of turn-key CAD systems for semiconductor
 manufacturers.  Dr. Collmeyer is currently CEO of iWatt, a company focused on
 developing power supply and voltage regulation technology with high operating
 efficiencies.
     Robert V. Adams, investor and member of the INCEP Board of Directors,
 currently serves as Chairman of Documentum and on the boards of Tekelec,
 Encad, and Peerless Systems.  At Xerox Technology Ventures (XTV), Adams was
 responsible for venture capital activity on their behalf.  With a fund of
 $30 million he formed startup companies that eventually returned $300M to
 Xerox.  In 1975, he took over the management of Printing Systems, a division
 of Xerox Systems Group (XSG) and later became the Group Vice President where
 he led the introduction of a number of new office products from Xerox PARC,
 including workstations and heterogeneous networks.  He also sponsored an
 ambitious project to develop a high-speed digital copier, which together with
 laser printing, is now the mainstay of Xerox revenue.
     INCEP Technologies is a new venture capital-backed company focused on
 developing integrated packaging solutions for high-performance semiconductor
 devices.  INCEP designs, develops, licenses, and markets proprietary
 technology referred to as INter-Circuit Encapsulated Packaging (INCEP(TM))
 enabling high levels of system integration through innovations in thermal
 management, power distribution, and electromagnetic interference (EMI)
 containment.  INCEP is dedicated to making advances in circuit packaging,
 device interconnection, and assembly processes.  Additional information about
 INCEP is available at www.incep.com.
 
 

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    SAN DIEGO, July 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Computer industry pioneers Jack E.
 Shemer, Arthur J. Collmeyer, and Robert V. Adams have been elected to the
 board of directors for INCEP Technologies, a new venture-backed company
 focused on addressing significant issues associated with high-performance
 semiconductor devices.
     Jack E. Shemer, co-founder of INCEP Technologies, was elected the
 company's Chairman of the Board.  Dr. Shemer founded Teradata Corporation, a
 relational database computer company.  During his time with Teradata he served
 as Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, and Vice-Chairman when Teradata was
 acquired by AT&T and later merged into NCR Corporation.  Previously, Dr.
 Shemer was Vice-President of Systems Engineering for Citicorp's Transactions
 Technology Inc., co-founded Xerox's Advanced Development Laboratory (of the
 Palo Alto Research Center), and was section manager at Scientific Data
 Systems.  Dr. Shemer currently serves as a trustee for the Charles Babbage
 Foundation, which is dedicated to preserving the history of information
 processing, and is President of the Shemer Foundation, a private, non-profit
 charitable entity.
     Arthur J. Collmeyer, investor and member of the INCEP Board of Directors,
 has 36 years of electronics industry experience with Motorola, Xerox, CALMA,
 Weitek, and most recently with start-up, and now public company -- Hi/fn.  As
 a consultant, Dr. Collmeyer helped two start-ups, STAC and Fractal Design,
 become public companies and in 1981 co-founded Weitek, the first company to
 implement the "fabless" semiconductor business model.  He has served as Vice
 President of Engineering and Executive Vice President of the Microelectronics
 division of CALMA, a manufacturer of turn-key CAD systems for semiconductor
 manufacturers.  Dr. Collmeyer is currently CEO of iWatt, a company focused on
 developing power supply and voltage regulation technology with high operating
 efficiencies.
     Robert V. Adams, investor and member of the INCEP Board of Directors,
 currently serves as Chairman of Documentum and on the boards of Tekelec,
 Encad, and Peerless Systems.  At Xerox Technology Ventures (XTV), Adams was
 responsible for venture capital activity on their behalf.  With a fund of
 $30 million he formed startup companies that eventually returned $300M to
 Xerox.  In 1975, he took over the management of Printing Systems, a division
 of Xerox Systems Group (XSG) and later became the Group Vice President where
 he led the introduction of a number of new office products from Xerox PARC,
 including workstations and heterogeneous networks.  He also sponsored an
 ambitious project to develop a high-speed digital copier, which together with
 laser printing, is now the mainstay of Xerox revenue.
     INCEP Technologies is a new venture capital-backed company focused on
 developing integrated packaging solutions for high-performance semiconductor
 devices.  INCEP designs, develops, licenses, and markets proprietary
 technology referred to as INter-Circuit Encapsulated Packaging (INCEP(TM))
 enabling high levels of system integration through innovations in thermal
 management, power distribution, and electromagnetic interference (EMI)
 containment.  INCEP is dedicated to making advances in circuit packaging,
 device interconnection, and assembly processes.  Additional information about
 INCEP is available at www.incep.com.
 
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