Duncan is an accomplished business leader with over 20 years of experience in the semiconductor and technology space.
Mark Moffat is a 30-year technology veteran with extensive experience driving growth in the semiconductor industry.
Ben has over 25 years of experience developing products for wireless applications.
Duncan currently serves as principal at JAM Tech Consulting, where he works with technology companies to develop actionable business plans and high-level strategies. Over the course of his career, Duncan has held a number of senior level positions. Most recently, he served as vice president of IDT’s RF division, successfully growing the business 3-fold in less than 3 years. Prior to that, he was the vice president of pSemi Corporation’s HPA business unit, he also oversaw the Marketing Communications team and worked with the CEO on strategic, investment and acquisition ventures. Duncan received his MBA from Wake Forest University and holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering from University of Birmingham.
In his spare time Duncan spends his time chasing around after the kids and dabbling in cycling and running.
Prior to joining Spirit Semiconductor, Mark served as managing director for pSemi Corporation’s UK division and product line director of power management products, where he led incubation activity for a new product line including global R&D and business development activities. Previously, Mark served as RFMD’s product line director, where he was responsible for starting and growing a new product line to develop high-margin general purpose RFIC components. He is the recipient of more than ten patents with more applications pending and author of two academic publications. Mark received his bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering from University of Edinburgh.
In his spare time Mark enjoys competing in long-distance triathlons, messing around with old Land Rovers and playing guitar.
Ben joined Spirit Semiconductor from Oxford-based startup Metaboards where he was head of engineering. Prior to his move to Oxford, Ben was responsible for a number of RF systems engineering challenges at envelope tracking innovator Nujira.
While there he was an active contributor to the MIPI eTrak specification. After Nujira was acquired by Qualcomm in 2015, Ben held the position of senior staff engineer at the Cambridge UK office, where he continued the technical work done at Nujira and led the design of complex multi-band measurement systems. Ben has successfully filed a number of patents in the field of envelope tracking. He holds a master’s degree in microwave solid state physics, and a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronic engineering, both from University of Portsmouth.
Ben is a keen guitar player.