The patented Concertio Optimizer suite of tools optimizes hardware and software systems to work in concert with the currently running workloads. By continuously monitoring and dynamically optimizing system settings, Concertio Optimizer tools effectively transform general-purpose systems into high-performant, tailor-made systems. Concertio is part of the Runway program in the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute of Cornell Tech, NYC.
Meet the Team
Dr. Tomer Morad
Concertio is led by Tomer Morad, a seasoned entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in management, business development, and technical leadership in the industry. Prior to co-founding Concertio, Tomer co-founded and served as CEO of transSpot, a provider of digital advertising solutions for the digital signage market. Before that, Tomer served as CTO and Chairman of transSpot, Chief Security Officer at Horizon Semiconductors, and a technical team leader at an intelligence unit in the Israel Defense Forces. Tomer holds a PhD from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, which focused on energy-efficient system resource allocation.
Concertio’s development efforts are led by Andrey Gelman, who is an expert in server and embedded Linux. Prior to co-founding Concertio, Andrey served as a software engineer at CompuLab, a software engineer at LSI Corporation, and firmware engineer at Horizon Semiconductors. Andrey has also served as a technical officer in the Signal Corps of the Israel Defense Forces. Andrey holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
Michael joined Concertio after many years of working as an R&D Manager and as a Software Architect for Frontline PCB Solutions (a joint venture of Orbotech and Mentor Graphics) developing industry-leading software products on Linux, Unix and Windows. Michael is well acquainted with all stages of software product life-cycle. He is also experienced in Agile software development and helps us in optimizing our software development process. Michael holds a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Kazan State University of Russia.
Prof. Uri Weiser
Chief Science Officer
Uri Weiser is the Chief Science Officer of Concertio, and is a Professor emeritus at the Electrical Engineering department, the Technion IIT., Haifa Israel. Prof. Weiser worked at Intel from 1988 till 2007, where he initiated the definition of the first Pentium® processor, drove the definition of Intel’s MMX™ technology, co-invented the Trace Cache, co-managed the new Intel Microprocessor Design Center at Austin, Texas and formed an Advanced Media applications research activity. Weiser was appointed an Intel Fellow in 1996, in 2002 he became an IEEE Fellow and in 2005 an ACM Fellow. Prof. Weiser was awarded the ChipEx Global Industry leader award in 2016 and the ACM/IEE prestigious Eckert Mauchly award in 2016. Prior to his career at Intel, Prof. Weiser led the design of the NS32532 microprocessor at National Semiconductor.
As a CPA/MBA, David has diverse experience as an executive and consultant to businesses in clean tech, media, software, technology and wireless spaces. He provides financial, strategic and operational advisory services serving in the role of a CFO/COO consultant. Previously, David has held positions such as CFO of a smart grid network provider, President of an Israeli technology company, Controller of a telecom subsidiary of an investor owned utility and SVP – Finance of an interactive digital media company. David is mentoring Concertio with his expertise in early stage businesses.
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