In his initial role with Rambus, he worked as a mixed-signal circuit designer on high-speed memory PHY projects. Those efforts culminated in 2006 with the release of the CELL microprocessor, the CPU within the PlayStation 3 gaming platform. For the next eight years, he worked in the Memory Architecture group with a focus on advanced 3D and 2.5D memory systems. This group was the genesis of the Rambus Labs team where he worked until 2014. After that, he transitioned to the then recently acquired Cryptography Research team, first in a technical role on the anti-counterfeiting product team and later as product manager for that team. His current focus is the director of anti-tamper technology development as well as business-line manager for silicon security products for U.S. Defense.
Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. He is a husband, a father and skeptical technophile who lives and works in Palo Alto, California.
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